Diwali 2023 Date Shubh Muhurat, Puja Timing, About the Festival

Diwali is one of the famous Indian festivals. It is known as the festival of lights also. On this festival all thepeople wake up early and ready in the morning to pay tribute to their ancestors and adore Goddess. This is the day ofAmavasya day; People also do shradh on the same day. In ancient times most people performed after daylong fasting. But these days it is nothing like that. Into traditional times Lakshmi observes a long day of fasting as this is the day of Lakshmi puja. People break their fast after doing the puja of Goddess Lakshmi. In 2022, Diwali falls on 24th October that is Monday.

Puja timings and shubh muhurat of Diwali


To know about the pooja timings and shubh muhurat of Diwali first you have to consider the date. In 2022 it comes on 24th October. The shubh muhurt for the Lakshmi puja starts from 6.53-8.16. The overall duration is for 1 hour and 23 minutes. The Amavasya tithi begins at 5:27 on 24 October and ends at 4:18 on 25th October. Numerous people decorate their houses as well as an office with different beautifull flowers. Apart from this most, people use banana and mango leaves on the era of the Lakshmi pooja. It is reflectedfavourable to place Manglik Kalash that is covered with coconut at individually sides of the arrivaldoor of the home.

The overall role of Lakshmi puja is vital to this festival of Diwali. For Lakshmi pooja one can carry red cloth at the right-hand side at the upper platform and connect Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesh on it. After adding them with the best cloth and jewelry you need to keep it on a white cloth on theside, platform should be high.

About Diwali festival

A very big story is related to this festival. On this day Rama comes back into the after the 14 years vanvas. This is why the festival e usually lasts for five days and celebrated during the Hindus that is between October and November This is the most famous festival of Hinduism that symbolizes the spiritual victory of light, over the darkness and knowledge, over ignorance the lights of Diwali signifies the best time to the soil the dark Desire over the best thoughts, eradicate all the Shadows And levels. It gives proper strength to the real thoughts.

Diwali is also known as Deepawali. Before Diwali celebrants start preparing by cleaning their offices and houses and decoratingthem properly which is considered auspicious to you, clean your home as well as officers. At the time of Diwali during Diwali people, we are the finest clothes and decorate their homes with Diwali and rangoli.They worship the Goddess Lakshmi. This is the perfect sign of prosperity and wealth. At the time of evening, people started Puja. This is a very famous festival in Hindu culture as a part of the Indians enjoy this festival children’s love to burn crackers after the Puja.