Happy Diwali poojan Celebrations Date 2016
Diwali is a major festival of India. It is celebrated on a new moon night sometime in the months of October and November. The exact day of the festival is decided according to the Hindu calendar.there are various other stories associated with the festival. Diwali, or Dipawali, is India’s biggest and most important holiday of the year. The festival gets its name from the row avali of clay lamps deepa that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects us from spiritual darkness. This festival is as important to Hindus as the Christmas holiday is to Christians.
The most Five Days of Diwali Celebrations 2016
Fast day of Dhanteras 28 / 10/ 2016 The Goddess of Wealthand Prosperity, and the birthday of Dhanvantari, The God of Health and Healing, and is thus considered an auspicious occasion. is a major shopping day, especially for articles made of precious metals like gold or silverReadIt. It is in fact the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksh, the dark forthnight of the month of Kartik. On this day, Lord Dhanwantari came out of the ocean with Ayurvedic for mankind. This day marks the beginning of deepawali celebrations. On this day at sunset, Hindus should bathe and offer a lighted deeya with Prasad (sweets offered at worship time) to Yama Raj. The Lord of Death and pray for protection from untimely death. The first day of Diwali is called Dhanvantari Triodasi or Dhanwantari Triodasi also called Dhan Theras.
The second day of Diwali: Chhoti Diwali
The Second day of Dipawali is called Narak Chaturdasi. On this day Lord Krishna destroyed the demon Narakasur and made the world free from fear. On this day, one should massage the body with oil to relieve it of tiredness, bathe and rest so that Diwali can be celebarated with vigour and devotion. This is absolutely not true. It is advisable that one consults with a learned Pandit or Hindu Astrologer for proper guidance on this matter. On this night, Yama Deeya should not be lit. The Shastras declares that Yama Deeya should be offered on Triodasi night with Prasad. Some people mistook it to mean that because Yama Deeya was lit on that night, that it should always be lit on the night before deepavali.
The Third day of Diwali: Lakshmi Puja on Deepawali
This is the day when worship unto Mother Lakshmi is performed. The Third day of these festvities is the actual Diwali/ Deepawali when Goddess lakshmi is worshipped, along with lord Ganessha. The after worshipping Mahalakshmi in the evening with 3rd families people visit temples, gurudwaras and churches to light candles
The fourth day of Diwali- Padwa & Govardhan Puja
The secend last day ( 4th day of Govardhan Pooja is performed). Many thousands of years ago, Lord Krishna caused the people of Vraja to perform Govardhan Pooja. From then on, every year Hindus worship Govardhan to honour that first Pooja done by the people of Vraja.
The fifth day of Diwali: Bhai Dooj
The last day (V) of the Diwali is called Bhai teeka. This is the day after Goverdhan Pooja is performed and normal two days after Diwali day. It is a day dedicated to sisters. He gave his sister a Vardhan that whosoever visits her on this day shall be liberated from all sins. They will achieve Moksha or final emancipation. From then on, brothers visit their sisters on this day to enquire of their welfare. The Bhai Dooj or Bhai Beej or Teeka- Tilak or Bhai Fota Brothers visit their sisters on this day and the sister Celebrate and prepare sweets Specially in honour of their bordhers wishing long Happy Good Healthy life and great Successfully.
Deepawali Pooja ki vises samgari
The Deppawali ki Pooja ke items Following items, which are needed during five days Diwali Puja, should be collected before Deepawali. This list doesn’t Add daily Puja items but it list only those items which are needed especial for Diwali Puja 30/10/2016
- New Murti (Idols) of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi
- One red silk cloth for Goddess Lakshmi
- Flowers and at least three garlands made of fresh flowers
- Bilva-leaves and Tulsi-leaves
- Naivedhya e.g. sweets, fruits, sugarcane, Lava (parched rice)
- Sweet Paan (at least 3)
- One red cloth for God’s Aasan (seating)
- Wooden stool for keeping Murti(s)
- Five big earthen Deepak (lamp)
- Small earthen Deepak (at least 25)
- One fresh earthen Kalash
- One pen made of pomegranate or Bilva branch
- Duba ( Durva grass)
- Pancha Pallav /twigs of following 11 trees
- Sarvoshadhi – five following herbs
- Sapt-Mritika/ mud collected from 7 places
- Horse Stable
- Elephant Stable
- Cow Shelter
- Ant Heap
- River confluence
- Royal Palace
Diwali pooja ka Time on 30 October 2016:
- Lakshmi Puja Muhurta = 18:35 to 20:19
- Duration = 1 Hour 44 Mins
- Pradosh Kaal = 17:48 to 20:35
- Vrishabha Kaal = 18:35 to 20:19