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Date of Diwali – Deepavali
2017 – Thursday, October 19
2018 – Wednesday, November 7
2019 – Sunday, October 27
2020 – Saturday, November 14

First-day  (October 17, 2017) Celebrate Dhanteras –

This five-day festival starts with Dhanteras. In which all the houses are decorated with a house and people come out of the house to buy something new to buy gold, silver, and kitchen. On this day Goddess Puja Dhanvantari is said to have said that Dhanvantari had a birthday of the goddess of wealth on this day, which keeps our body healthy. Many people worship Lakshmi at home this day and it is believed that evil is destroyed by this.

Second Day (October 18, 2017) Celebrate Nark Chaturdashi –

This day is also known as Diwali, the second day of the five-day festival of Nark Chaturdashi. On this day, people clean their homes, decorate the house with colors. From this day, people give good wishes to Diwali. On this day people start buying gifts for their special gift and make them happy by giving them gifts.

Third Day (October 19, 2017) Celebrate Diwali – Lakshmi Poojan

On the third day is the third day in this festival, Deepawali is celebrated on this day. On this day, Lord Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha and Goddess Saraswati and Kuber are worshiped at night. It is said that on this day Mother Laxmi enters the Earth. And to invite them to their home and to be kept forever, all people kept all the doors, windows and the balcony stays open. And after worship, the children welcome Mother Lakshmi with crackers cracked outside their home.

On this day all traders are worshiped the Lord Kuber and mother Lakshmi in their shops.

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Fourth  (October 20, 2017) Celebrate Day Padwa –

The day after Diwali is called Padva, which is often celebrated by married people. This day is special for the married couple and they gave lots of gifts to each other Even today, in this tradition, many traditions are celebrated. Along with this, people also do Govardhan Pooja along with Lord Krishna.

Fifth Day (October 21, 2017) Celebrate Brother Duj –

This five-day festival ends with the unlimited love of unlimited love and brother and sister. This day is like Rakshabandhan, but there are different rituals in it. At brother-in-law, all family members spend some time together and build some memorable moments. According to tradition, sister worshiped his brother and brother gave a gift to his sister. On this day, brother prays for his sister’s safety and sister also gives good wishes to her brother’s for good health.

 

 


Updated: September 7, 2017 — 1:59 pm
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