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Diwali 2021 Shubh Muhurat & Samagri for Lakshmi Puja

M Kanika
M Kanika
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The festival of Diwali has a special significance in Hinduism. The festival of light is celebrated with great joy and fervor by all including the farming community. People decorate their homes with strings, lights & diyas. Ganesha Lakshmi is worshiped on this day. There is a law to worship Maa Kali during the Mahanishith period on the day of Diwali with Ganesha - Lakshmi 

Diwali Puja Date & Timings

  • According to the Hindi calendar, the festival of Diwali is celebrated on the New Moon Day of Kartik month.

  • According to the calculations, this year the date of Kartik Amavasya will start from 06:03 in the morning on November 04 to 02:44 in the night on November 05.

  • According to the religious leaders, the festival of Diwali will be celebrated on Thursday, November 04.

  • The five-day Diwali festival is starting from Dhanteras on November 02, the next day Narkachaturdashi will be celebrated.

  • Annakoot & Govardhan Puja will be performed on Pratipada day on 05 November after Diwali.

  • The festival of Yama Dwitiya or Bhaiya Dooj will be celebrated on 06 November.

Diwali Puja Time/Lakshmi Puja Time

  • The day of Diwali is also known as Lakshmi Pujan. On this day there is a law to worship Goddess Lakshmi & Lord Ganesha together.

  • Along with this, Mahakali and the Ishta Devas of all sects are also worshiped on this day.

  • The most auspicious time for Lakshmi Puja is 1 hour 55 minutes. 

  • After this, from 11.38 pm to 12.30 pm, there is a Muhurta for worshiping Maa Kali during the Mahanishith period.

Diwali Puja Samagri 

The Puja Samagri plays an extremely important role in fulfilling the aim of a particular Puja ritual or ceremony. Each & every Puja Samagri holds divine energy & the power to attract certain deity principles while possessing particular divine energy.

In order to make your Puja Safal, below we have mentioned the Puja Samagri of Diwali Puja:

  • Laxmi Idol

  • Kumkum

  • Sandal Paste

  • Turmeric Powder

  • Black Abir

  • White Abir

  • Colored Powder

  • Camphor

  • Honey

  • Attar

  • Gomutra

  • Rose Water

  • Ganga Water

  • Akshat Rice

  • Cardamom, Clove & Betel Nut

  • Oti Samagri

  • Lotus Seed

  • Panchameva

  • Ghee Diya

  • Chunri

  • Cotton Wicks

  • Mauli Thread

  • Agarbatti

  • Altar Cloth 

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