Mumbai: Diwali has special significance in Hinduism. The festival of Diwali begins at Dhanteras and ends at Bhai Duje. This year, Diwali falls on 14th November (Saturday). According to religious beliefs, on this day Lord Rama killed Lankapati Ravana and returned to Ayodhya. On the return of Lord Rama, he was welcomed in Ayodhya by lighting a lamp. It is said that Diwali is celebrated by commemorating this day. However, there is confusion among the people about the dates of Dhanteras, Narak Chaturdashi and Diwali this year. Find out the exact dates of Dhanteras, Chhota Diwali (Narak Chaturdashi) and Diwali and the auspicious time of worship –
Dhanteras festival is celebrated on the thirteenth day of Kartik Krishnapaksha. This year Dhanteras will be celebrated on 13th November. According to astrologers, November 12 will be the thirteenth from the evening. In such a situation, shopping for Dhanteras can also be done on 12 November. Although the festival is celebrated on Uday Tithi. Under such circumstances Dhanteras will be celebrated on 13th November.
Chhota Diwali 2020 (Narak Chaturdashi) –
This year the small Diwali or Narak Chaturdashi will be celebrated on 14th November. The best time to bathe in Hell Fourteen will be from 5:23 to 6:43 in the morning. The 14th of November 14th will only last until 1.16pm. After that, Diwali will also be celebrated on this day due to the new moon.
Diwali (Diwali) 2020-
The new moon date will last till 10.00 am on 15th November. Ganesha and mother Lakshmi are worshiped at night on the date of new moon. Under such circumstances, Diwali will be celebrated on November 14 this year.
Brothers 2020 –
Govardhan Puja will be held on 15th November 2020 and Bhai Duj or Chitragupta Jayanti will be celebrated on 16th November. In fact, according to the Hindi calendar, the second date is not coming, due to which the date is decreasing.