Deepavali Pujan, celebration and significance India

Deepavali Festival

Diwali is an ancient Hindu festival and is celebrated in the month of November
each year and is the biggest festival of Hindu as well as of India. Diwali is
also called as the festival of lights, festival of victory of good or light over
evil or darkness. Diwali extend over two day. on very first day people clean up
their house, office and celebrate choti diwali with their neighbors and
relatives, and next day is celebrated as lakshmi pujan and is the day for which
all preparations are made.
Special pakwans(dishes) are made to offer goddess Lakshmi and every member of
family participate in lakshmi pujan. And after puja fireworks follows, children
light fire crackers. 

Celebration and Significance of Diwali

Deepavali is the celebration of victory of light over dark. People clean their
homes office and shops. Diwali is the season of shopping, people buy clothes home
utensils sweets. They buy gifts for their friends and family. children loves to
hear stories of goddess Lakshmi and even some ancient stories. They light up
their house to welcome goddess Lakshmi. Its a day when people get together and
celebrate Diwali together.

Diwali 2015 

Date : Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Lakshmi Puja Muhurta = 17:58 to 19:56
Duration = 1 Hour 58 Mins
Pradosh Kaal = 17:40 to 20:16
Vrishabha Kaal = 17:58 to 19:56

Amavasya Tithi Begins = 21:23 on 10/Nov/2015
Amavasya Tithi Ends = 23:16 on 11/Nov/2015

                                                   Happy Deepavali   

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