DIWALI 2020

Diwali or Deepawali is a Hindu festival with a luminous recognition across the globe. This festival has a special mention in foreign countries for the way of celebration. It is one of the biggest festivals in India. Therefore, on this day the entire country is lights up millions of Diyas (earthen lamps). The festival of Diwali is celebrated in the month of Kartika and it falls on the thirteenth fortnight on the Hindu calendar. However, according to the Gregorian calendar, the celebration falls in the month of October or November.

The celebration of Diwali is dedicated to the homecoming of Lord Ram after an exile of 14 months with his brother Laxman and wife, Goddess Sita. Also, the celebration includes lighting earthen lamp with Ghee, decorating homes with Rangoli & flowers and worshipping Lord Ram, Goddess Sita, Goddess Laxmi, and Lord Ganesha. Also. Diwali is the festival of eliminating evil vibes by worshipping God. It is the festival that enlightens people.


 

MEANING OF DIWALI

Diwali is the festival of Lights and its celebration takes place to commemorate the triumph of Lord Ram over the demon king Ravana and coming back home. The name Deepawali comes from the language Sanskrit and it means “row of lights”. On the evening of Deepawali, people light up dozens of Diyas, candles, flowers, and colors. It lightens the homes, temples, and streets on a dark night.

In major portions of India, Diwali is a five-day festival among which third is considered the most important because it is the day people celebrate Deepawali by worshipping Gods.


 

SIGNIFICANCE OF DIWALI

Diwali brings the joy of other festivals as well. Celebration of Dhanteras, Deepdan, Govardhan Puja, and Bhai Dooj enters the air with preparations of Deepawali. It is a five-day-long festivity falling all together to spread joy.

Diwali holds a huge religious, cultural, traditional, social, and economic importance. This festival amalgamates people together despite their differences. Also, the celebration of Diwali brings feelings above religion and region differences and discriminations. On this day, faith in righteousness and goodness adjoin people. In India, people from all the sections celebrate Diwali in their own way. This festival has many names similar to Diwali.


 

DIWALI ACROSS THE WORLD

Primarily, followers of Hindu, Jain, and Sikhs celebrate Diwali. However, in the entire country, people observe a public holiday on the occasion of Diwali. Therefore, this festival has religious respect from the people across the globe.

As a matter of fact, the public of the United Kingdom, United States, Australia, and Singapore from different communities also celebrate the festival of Diwali. Nevertheless, the celebration in Indian cities is the most popular. 

Moreover, on the night of Diwali, when the sky is dark, people light candles, clay lamps, lanterns and places everywhere in their home to attract goodness and seek blessings of Gods. However, in some areas, people float Diyas in the lakes because of their belief of offering light to Gods and ward off the evils.


 

WHEN IS DIWALI IN 2020 AND SUBH MUHURAT?

DIWALI 2020 DATES- 14 November 2020 (Saturday)

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat : 17:30:04 to 19:25:54

Duration : 1 Hour 55 Minute

Pradosh Kaal : 17:27:41 to 20:06:58

Vrishabha Kaal : 17:30:04 to 19:25:54


 


 


 


 


 


(Updated Date & Time :- 2020-03-03 10:14:58 )


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