Diwali 2020: Date, Time, Significance Of Deepavali Puja

Happy Diwali 2020 date, time,Significance

Diwali Dates

14 November

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat

6 PM to 8 PM

Pradosh Kaal

5:55 PM to 8:25 PM

Vrishabh Kaal 

6 PM to 8:04 PM

When Is Diwali 2020?

14 November 2020

This year, Diwali falls on 14th November, 2020 (Saturday). The festivities begin from 13th November, which is Dhanteras (Friday). Diwali is also followed by Govardhan Puja on 15th November (Sunday) and Bhaiya Dooj on 16th November (Monday).


Diwali 2020 Significance

Diwali is said to be the day that Lord Rama returned after a fourteen year exile to be reinstated as the king of Ayodhya. The citizens rejoiced at the return of their king, and thus Diwali was born. Also known as 'the festival of lights', or 'Deepavali', it is customary to light earthen diyas and candles to celebrate the day. Homes are cleaned and decorated and Rangolis are painted on the floor. People purchase and wear new clothes and jewellery during this period, and pray to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. Kali Puja is performed in Eastern States of India such as Bengal, and in Tamil Nadu the day is celebrated as Narak Chatardushi. It is also a common practice to visit friends, relatives and near and dear ones with gifts, dry fruits and sweets to wish them on Diwali.

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