Diwali is one of the major Indian festivals which is celebrated all around the country on a large scale. Every year it is celebrated with a great pomp and show. This very especial festival goes five days long which start from Dhanteras and ends on Bhaiya Dooj. The way of celebrating Diwali can be a slightly different place to place.
Importance of Diwali Pujan
It is not only celebrated at home, but at the work place as well. On this auspicious day, Lakshmi-Ganesha pooja is organised at home as well. Since it brings prosperity, happiness and wealth to the home.
On this great day, various things are worshipped like ink bottle, new account books and pen etc., everything related to your business.
Not only Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped but other Gods and Goddesses are also worshipped on this auspicious day.
Diwali Pujan Vidhi
- They are four auspicious lagna to conduct this pooja. As per your convenience, you may choose any of these lagna. And the four are Vrishchika Lagna, Kumbha Lagna, Vrishabha Lagna and Simha Lagna.
- You need Rice, Roli, Turmric and Lime Powder, Chandan, Sacred Thread, Kapoor, Nariyal, Shree Fal, Btashe, Sweets, Ghee, Milk, Curd, Sahad, Panchamrit, Fruit, Dry Fruitm Kheel, Clove, Ilayachi, Kesarm Sindoor, Kumkum, Flower, Gulab, Garland, Paan Ke Pattem, Supari, Idol of Lakshmi and Ganesha, Jewellery, Kalashm, Safed Vastra, Red Cloth, Perfume and Ganga Water to perform pooja.
- The Best Time for Lakshmi Puja, Pradosh Kaal Muhurat, Lakshmi Puja Muhurta - 18:27 to 20:09, Duration - 1 Hour 42 Minutes, Pradosh Kaal - 17:33 to 20:09, Vrishabha Kaal - 18:27 to 20:22, Amavasya Tithi Begins - 20:40 on 29th October, Amavasya Tithi Ends - 23:08 on 30th October.
- People take bath in the morning and perform pooja in this evening.