Diwali 2023

Things to keep in mind on DIWALI 2023 Lakshmi Pujan…

On the day of Lakshmi Puja, the majority of Hindu families adorn their houses and places of business with marigold flowers as well as Ashoka, mango, and banana leaves. Maintaining unpeeled coconut covering Mangalik Kalash on either side of the main door of the house is thought to be fortunate.

In order to prepare for Lakshmi Puja, one should place idols of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi on an elevated platform to the right of the person and adorn them with silk garments and jewelry. After that, Navgraha gods should be sthapit by keeping a white cloth on an elevated platform to the left. To sthapit Navgraha, nine slots of Akshata (unbroken rice) should be prepared on the white cloth, and sixteen slots of wheat or wheat flour should be prepared on the red cloth. Following the instructions on Lakshmi Puja Vidhi, one should complete Lakshmi Puja in its entirety.

Puja Lakshmi Muhurat

Lakshmi Puja should be performed on Diwali during Pradosh Kaal, which begins after sunset and lasts for roughly two hours and twenty-four minutes. According to some reports, Mahanishita Kaal should also do Lakshmi Puja. Mahanishita Kaal is, in our opinion, most appropriate for the Tantrik community and Pandits who are in practice and have the most knowledge of Lakshmi Puja at this particular time. We recommend Pradosh Kaal Muhurat to the general public.

To do Lakshmi Puja, we do not recommend using Choghadiya Muhurat, as those are only suitable for travel. When Sthir Lagna is in full swing during Pradosh Kaal, it’s the ideal time for Lakshmi Puja. Sthir signifies fixed, as in immovable. This is the ideal time for Lakshmi Puja because if you perform it during Sthir Lagna, Lakshmiji will dwell in your home. During the festivities of Diwali, Vrishabha Lagna is regarded as Sthir and mostly coincides with Pradosh Kaal.

We give the precise time slot for Lakshmi Puja. Pradosh Kaal and Sthir Lagna are present in our muhurat periods, and Amavasya is in effect. When writing down the times for Shubh Lakshmi Puja, you should first choose your city because we supply Muhurat based on location.

During Diwali Puja, several communities—especially Gujarati businessmen—perform Chopda Pujan. New account books are opened in front of Goddess Lakshmi at Chopda Puja in order to obtain Her grace for the upcoming financial year. Deepavali Puja and Lakshmi Ganesh Pujan are other names for Diwali Puja.

Lakshmi Puja on Sunday, November 12, 2023
Lakshmi Puja Muhurat – 17:39 to 19:35
Duration – 01 Hour 56 Mins
Pradosh Kaal – 17:29 to 20:08
Vrishabha Kaal – 17:39 to 19:35
Amavasya Tithi Begins – 14:44 on Nov 12, 2023
Amavasya Tithi Ends – 14:56 on Nov 13, 2023
Panchang for Lakshmi Puja
Choghadiya Muhurat on Lakshmi Puja
Lakshmi Puja Muhurat in Other Cities
18:09 to 20:09 – Pune
17:39 to 19:35 – New Delhi
17:52 to 19:54 – Chennai
17:48 to 19:44 – Jaipur
17:52 to 19:53 – Hyderabad
17:40 to 19:36 – Gurgaon
17:37 to 19:32 – Chandigarh
17:05 to 19:03 – Kolkata
18:12 to 20:12 – Mumbai
18:03 to 20:05 – Bengaluru
18:07 to 20:06 – Ahmedabad
17:39 to 19:34 – Noida

Happy Diwali To Everyone

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