Diwali Pujan Muhurat 7th November 2018

Maha Lakshmi Pujan and festival of Diwali is celebrated in Pradosh Kaal of Karitik Krishna Paksha, fixed Lagna time. In order to get the blessings of Goddess of wealth, i.e.

How to Perform Deepavali Puja

Diwali is specially related to the worshipping of Goddess Lakshmi. This day, Goddess Lakshmi is welcomed through Puja performed in every house, family, office etc.

Goddess Maha Lakshmi Aarti

Diwali Pujan is performed in a systematic manner. After worshipping, Aarti of Maha Lakshmi is performed with lamps of ghee and camphor.

Goverdhan and Annakut Festival

Goverdhan Festival is celebrated on the next day of Diwali. In the year 2018, it will be celebrated on 8th November, Pratipad Tithi of Kartik Shukla Paksha.

Bhai Dooj Festival 2018

Festival of Bhai Dooj will be celebrated on Dwetiya of Kartik Shukla Paksha. In the year 2018, Bhai Dooj will be on 9th November. It is a festival of faith and love of sisters towards their brother.

Dhanteras, Kartik Kishna Paksha, 5th November 2018

In the North India, Dhanteras is celebrated with full faith and enthusiasm on Trayodashi of Kartik Krishna Paksha. Apart from Dev Dhanvantri, Goddess Lakshmi and God Kuber are worshipped on this day.

Diwali Pujan Story

Once there lived a moneylender in a village. Everyday his daughter used to offer water to a Peepal tree. Goddess Lakshmi used to reside on that tree.

Diwali Importance and how to make Goddess Lakshmi reside in the house

Diwali is the main festival of Hindus. It has a religious and mythological significance. According to a belief, 12 signs are divided into two parts.