Ancient Hindu tradition honor and commiserates Deepawali or Diwali festival which marked the return of Lord Ram, Sita, and Lakshman to Ayodhya, after 14 years of exile.
So the popular Hindu festival Diwali 2017 is being rejoiced with all Hindu people in the name of Lord Ram, as per mythology the whole of Ayodhya was lit up with diyas in order to welcome Ram.
Diwali 2017: Lakshmi Puja Vidhi & Muhurat On Diwali,
Diwali is actually celebrated by all Hindus people mainly and by some other communities too globally. The carnival represents the victory of light over darkness so Diwali is also known as the ‘festival of lights’. Diwali 2017 or Deepavali 2017 is in this year falls on the 18th October.
Deepawali is as per belives and mythology is considered as the occasion of Lord Vishnu marrying Goddess Laksmi. Some people also believes that the Goddess Lakshmi was born on the day, so all Hindus today rejoices Deepavali.
Some Bengalis also worship Goddess Kali on the day of Diwali. Lord Ganesha is also worshiped on the day of Diwali with his sister Maa Lakshmi as the day is considered as the sacred one.
This year on Deepawali the Pradosh Kaal Muhurat for Lakshmi Puja starts at 7:26 pm and ends at 8:25 pm. The Pradosh Kaal on Diwali 2017 starts at 5:54 pm and ends at 8:25 pm. The Vrisabha Kaal starts at 7:26 pm and ends at 9:24 pm.
The Amavasya Tithi for Deepawali is going to begin at 12:13 am on October 19 and will end at 00:41 am on October 20.
The Mahanishita Kaal Muhurat for Lakshmi Puja on Deepawali 2017 starts at 11:40 pm and ends at 12:31 am on October 20, 2017. The Mahanishita Kaal on Deepavali 2017 starts at 11:40 pm and is up to 12:31 am on October 20, 2017.
The sacred Choghadiya Muhurat for Lakshmi Puja on Deepawali will start in the morning Choghadiya Muhurat is from 06:28 am to 07:53 am. The night muhurat is from 12:06 am to 12:41 am on October 20.
Depawali 2017: Wishes, Images, WhatsApp and Facebook Status and Messages, Quotes, Greetings, Wallpapers you can share with your friends and family
Happy Diwali to all of U
Diwali Aayii Khushiyaan Laayii
I love Diwali
Diwali is light of the festival
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