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Diwali is celebrated  in between the month of October to November. There are alot reasons to celebrate diwali festival. The main reason for Hindu’s is because God vishnu’s Avtaar Rama killed the ravan and then he come back to his “home” after 14 years of Exile then people celebrated it with burning diyas . Since then Diwali is celebrated every year with lightning, burning diyas and candles. get here the best Happy diwali animated gifs pictures, Diwali GIF Images for WhatsApp & facebook. 
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Diwali is one of the major festivals celebrated in the country. Neighbourhoods are beautifully lit-up with lamps, hanging lights and other decorative items. Rangoli designs can be seen outside houses, flower decorations and abundant sweets are stacked up for guests.




This year precautions will be taken due to the deadly novel coronavirus pandemic. Social distancing, wearing masks, gloves add up to the routine for keeping the COVID-19 outbrak at bay.




People buy new clothes and get dressed to their ethnic best on Diwali, welcoming the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha respectively.




In the evening, Lakshmi and Ganpati Puja is performed. Moreover, the gates of the house are kept open for abundant blessings of the almighty as part of the tradition of Diwali.



Lakshmi Puja Vidhi:






Finalise a spot at your home where you would like to perform the Pujan. The Mandir area in your home can also be used for performing Lakshmi Pujan.Clean the spot with Ganga Jal (water) or plain water. Put a piece of Yellow or red cloth on a wooden platform. Put a small Rangoli made of rice flour.


Respectfully place the idol or photo of Goddess Lakshmi on the platform. Put a handful of grains on the platform rather towards the right or left of the idol or photo.


The next step will be to prepare a 'Kalash'. Fill the 'Kalash' with water, one supari, a marigold flower, coin, and rice. You also need to keep five mango leaves, which will be used in the 'Kalash'. Place an uncut coconut with is fiber protruding upward in such a manner that the mango leaves remain partly inside and partially outside-facing upward.


The next step is to prepare a traditional 'puja ki thali', comprising rice grains, which will have to be placed in a heap (not too high). Then, with the help of turmeric powder (also known as 'Haldi'), draw a lotus flower over it. Once your drawing is completed, gracefully place your beautiful Lakshmi idol over it. As is known to all, goddess Lakshmi is our supreme source of livelihood, kindly place some coins before the idol (Maa will feel happy).


According to Hindu beliefs, Lord Ganesha is invoked before any god or goddess when performing a puja or Havan. Therefore, you will also have to place a Ganpati idol on the right side of the 'Kalash' (making sure that it is the South-West direction). As per rituals in our Hindu religion, welcome the lord with putting a Haldi-Kumkum tilak on the forehead. Offer some rice grains to the Ganpati idol.


Once the Lakshmi-Ganesha idols are strategically placed, you can also seek the blessings of the god and goddess by keeping your books, pen or any such personal belonging (you feel is related to your profession). With all this done, now is the time to light the lamp.


Light a special Diwali Diya, and place it on the 'puja ki thali'. Also, with it put some more rice grains kumkum and flowers. You will also have to remember to keep aside a glass of water that will be used during the puja. Now, as you proceed to perform the puja—start with putting a 'tilak' on the 'Kalash', also apply it on a glass of water which you kept it aside for puja. Offer some flowers also.


Now starts the process of invoking the goddess. If you know how to correctly chant the Vedic mantras of Lakshmi Maa—sing it, if you can't—worry not. Take some flowers and rice grains in your hand, close your eyes with full devotion bow your head down before the goddess and chant her holy name. Afterward, offer the flowers and rice in your hand to the goddess.


Once the goddess is invoked, take the Lakshmi idol and put in a plate, while bathing it with water. Put the 'Panchamrit', and clean the idol again with pure water. Now, carefully clean the idol, wipe out the water and place it on the 'Kalash'.


Now is your turn to apply Haldi-Kumkum tilak to the mother goddess, and yes don't forget the rice grains. Welcome the goddess with a freshly-made garland of flowers. You can also offer some marigold and Bel. To get that aromatic feel, light up some incense sticks before the goddess.


You will then have to please the goddess offering her some sweets, as it is the festival of wonderful mithais. Place the coconut in front of the goddess. You will also have to place the supari on a supari leaf—again beautifying it with some Haldi-Kumkum and rice grains. Also add some puffed rice, coriander seeds, and cumin seeds. What follows is, offering the Mother goddess your favourite Diwali mithai, fruits, money, or any precious jewellery item.




Lastly, the entire puja culminates with a Lakshmi Aarti, where everyone joins in the celebratory mood and prays to the Mother goddess together. With folded hands, we immerse ourselves before the goddess Lakshmi and in our honest askings —pray for prosperity and well-being.




Close your eyes, fold your hands and immerse yourself in the bhakti of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha.

Today Dhanteras: 3 for shopping and 1 for worship, 5 day Dipotsav from 12 to 16 November

DHANTERAS 2020


In Samudra Manthan, Lord Dhanvantari brought nectar in a kalash, hence the tradition of buying metal utensils on this day.

The five-day Dipotsav festival is starting from today.  In some places this festival starts from Rama Ekadashi.

Due to the difference in the calendar, there is confusion about Dhanteras this time.

A few will celebrate the festival on November 12 and a few on November 13.

According to astrologers from Varanasi, Tirupati and Ujjain, the thirteenth date this year will start on the evening of November 12 and will last till around 3 pm on November 13.



Here's wishing all our readers a very happy Diwali!

Due to this, November 12 is the thirteenth date in the pollution season, so on this evening, Dhanteras festival should be celebrated by worshiping Lord Dhanvantari and lighting the Yama Deepak. If you want to shop on the thirteenth date, you can do so on November 13th.



Due to this, November 12 is the thirteenth date in the pollution season, so on this evening, Dhanteras festival should be celebrated by worshiping Lord Dhanvantari and lighting the Yama Deepak.

If you want to shop on the thirteenth date, you can do so on November 13th.

Thus Dhanteras can be purchased for 2 days.

The 14th date will then start on the 13th and will last till about 1.25 pm on the 14th.

Then Amas will start and on the 14th Kalichaudash and Diwali will be celebrated.

On the 15th there will be Govardhan Puja and on the 16th there will be Bhai Beej Parva.

A special day with Dhanteras unseen moments: -

According to scholars, Dhanteras will be the best time for shopping in the evening with worship of Lakshmi and Kubera and Yama Dipdan.  Shopping can be done all day as there is a tradition of shopping on the day of Dhanteras.

It is auspicious to buy silver coins, Ganesha and Lakshmi statues on this day for the sake of keeping the family intact, as well as the tradition of buying gold and silver items.  Apart from this it is customary to buy brass, bronze, steel and copper utensils.

Dhanvantari also appeared on this day, which is why this day is called Dhanteras.  In Samudra ManthanLord Dhanvantari brought nectar in a kalash, so metal utensils are bought on this day.

Worship and Lamps:

Lord Dhanvantari should be offered herbs along with worship materials.  Eating herbs as prasad cures diseases.

Lord Dhanvantari should have Krishna Tulsi, cow's milk and butter made from it.

Cow's ghee should be used in the lamps lit in worship.

A lampstand should be needed for Yamaraj after sunset.

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Diwali begins with Rama Ekadashi on Wednesday. The festivals of Diwali this year have an eclipse of dates, due to which the date of Dhanteras-Kalichaudash and the date of Kalichaudash-Diwali fall on the same day.



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The five-day Dipotsav festival is starting from today. In some places this festival starts from Rama Ekadashi. Due to the difference in the calendar, there is confusion about Dhanteras this time. A few will celebrate the festival on November 12 and a few on November 13. According to astrologers from Varanasi, Tirupati and Ujjain, the thirteenth date this year will start on the evening of November 12 and will last till around 3 pm on November 13.

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