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Diwali 2021: One Less vacation This Year as Chhoti Diwali And Badi Diwali to be Celebrated on Same Day. Narak Chaturdashi or Choti Diwali is sometimes celebrated every day before Diwali, however this year, it’ll be a distinct situation because it is falling on an identical day as Diwali.

Diwali 2021: The competition of sunshine, Diwali is round the corner. Diwali is well known with Diyas, rangoli’s, lights, and with a great deal of enthusiasm and joy. On Diwali, it’s believed that Lord Ram came to his home Ayodhya when defeating Lanka King Ravana. Lord Ram came back home when fourteen years of Vanvaas and folks welcome him by lighting Diyas and lamps. However, this year Chhoti Diwali is falling on an indentical day as Badi Diwali i.e. on Gregorian calendar month. meaning one less vacation this year.

Narak Chaturdashi or Choti Diwali is sometimes celebrated every day before Diwali, however this year, it’ll be a distinct situation because it is falling on an identical day as Diwali. The auspicious time of Abhyanga Snan on Choti Diwali (Diwali bathing ritual) is going to be from five.23 am to 6.43 am.

Diwali and alternative festivities this year got delayed by a month thanks to malmas. And this can be the explanation that Amavasya can fall on 2 days this year. This has placed many folks in an exceeding quandary that once is Diwali. look at the muhurat and auspicious time for the Hindu deity puja in 2021.

  • Lakshmi Puja on weekday, November
  • Lakshmi Puja Muhurat: four.35 pm to 6.31 pm
  • Pradosh Kaal: four.34 pm to 7.11 pm (most auspicious time for puja)
  • Vrishabha Kaal: four.35 pm to 6.31 pm
  • Amavasya Tithi begins at two.17 pm on Gregorian calendar month fourteen
  • Amavasya Tithi ends at ten.36 am on Gregorian calendar month fifteen
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Also, look at the city-wise auspicious time for Hindu deity Puja

  • New Delhi five.28 pm to 7.24 pm
  • Gurgaon 5.29 pm to 7.25 pm
  • Noida- 05.28pm to 07.23pm
  • Jaipur 5.37 pm to 07.33 pm
  • Chandigarh five.26 pm to 7.21 pm
  • Ahmedabad five.57 pm to 7.55 pm
  • Kolkata 4.54 pm to 6.52 pm
  • Chennai 5.41pm to 7.43pm
  • Hyderabad five.42 pm to 7.42 pm
  • Mumbai 6.01 pm to 8.01 pm
  • Bengaluru five.52 pm to 7.54 pm
  • Pune 5.58 pm to 7.59 pm

Celebrate this Diwali with Diyas, lamps, and rangolis!

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