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Diwali 2021 Calendar, Puja Shubh Muhurat: Know auspicious time to worship Goddess Lakshmi this Deepavali

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 1 November 2021, 23:35 IST
Happy Diwali 2021

Diwali 2021: Deepavali or Diwali is one of the biggest festivals of India and it is also called the festival of lights. This year, Diwali will be celebrated on November 4. To celebrate the festival, it is important to know the auspicious timings to perform the puja and other rituals of Diwali,

The festival symbolizes the victory of good over evil and light over darkness. Diwali is a five-day-long festival that begins with Dhanteras and concludes with Bhaiya Dooj.


Check out Diwali Calendar 2021:

Day 1 - Dhantrayodashi ( November 2, 2021)
Day 2 - Narak Chaturdashi (November 3, 2021)
Day 3 - Lakshmi Puja (November 4, 2021)
Day 4 - Govardhan Puja (November 5, 2021)
Day 5 - Bhaiya Dooj (November 6, 2021)

Diwali 2021: Date and Time or Subh Muhurat of Lakshmi Pujan:

This year Diwali will be observed on November 4. According to the Hindu calendar, the right time to perform Maa Lakshmi puja is 06:09 pm to 08:04 pm.

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Lakshmi Puja Muhurat - 06:09 PM to 08:04 PM (Duration - 01 Hour 56 Mins)

  • Pradosh Kaal - 05:34 PM to 08:10 PM
  • Vrishabha Kaal - 06:09 PM to 08:04 PM
  • Amavasya Tithi Begins - 06:03 AM on Nov 04, 2021
  • Amavasya Tithi Ends - 02:44 AM on Nov 05, 2021

Check city-wise puja muhurat:
06:32 PM to 08:21 PM - Bengaluru
06:37 PM to 08:33 PM - Ahmedabad
06:08 PM to 08:04 PM - Noida
06:39 PM to 08:32 PM - Pune
06:09 PM to 08:04 PM - New Delhi
06:10 PM to 08:05 PM - Gurgaon
06:07 PM to 08:01 PM - Chandigarh
05:34 PM to 07:31 PM - Kolkata
06:21 PM to 08:10 PM - Chennai
06:17 PM to 08:14 PM - Jaipur
06:22 PM to 08:14 PM - Hyderabad
06:42 PM to 08:35 PM - Mumbai

Diwali 2021: Significance and Puja Vidhi:

On Diwali, devotees worshipped Lord Ganesha and the goddess Lakshmi. Maa Lakshmi is considered as the goddess of prosperity and wealth. People can offer flowers, sweets like laddoo, halwa, kheer, and other sweet dishes. Many people keep fast on this day and pray for their ancestors and their house gods. After performing Lakshmi pujan, people light candles, diyas to bring prosperity to their life and then burst crackers to celebrate the festival.

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First published: 1 November 2021, 14:52 IST
 
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