Diwali 2021: Laxmi and Ganesh Puja Timings, Vidhi and All You Need to Know

 The carnival of Diwali has a special significance in Hinduism, for it brings happiness and light. According to the Hindu agenda and folklore, Diwali is celebrated on the day of Amavasya of Krishna Paksha in Kartik month. This generation Kartik Amavasya is on 4th November 2021 (Thursday). 


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 Maa Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshipped on Diwali. According to the beliefs, worshipping Maa Lakshmi on Diwali brings happiness and affluence to the house and family members. It's also believed that there will be no dearth of capitalist if you worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on the day of Diwali.


Shubha muhurta of pooja on Diwali  

 Date of Diwali – 4th November 2021 (Thursday) 

 Amavasya Tithi starts-4th November 2021 from 0603 am 

 Amavasya Tithi ends-on 5th November 2021 till 0244 am 


 The time for Laxmi Pooja and Lord Ganesha Puja 

 Time 0609 pm to 0820 pm 

 Duration-1 hour 55 flashes 

Pradosh Kaal-173409 PM to 201027 PM  

 Vrshabh kaal-181029 PM to 200620 PM 

Nishita Kaal Muhurta on Diwali 

 Nishita Kal-1139 pm to 0031 pm on 5th November 

Sinha Lagna-from 0039 PM on 5th November to 0256 AM 


 Diwali Shubh Choghadiya Muhurta 

Morning Muhurta 063453 am to 075717 pm  

 Morning Muhurta 104206 am to 144920 pm 

Evening Muhurta 161145 PM to 204931 PM  

 Ratri Muhurta 240453 PM to 014234 PM 

 Pooja vidhi on Diwali 

 First, take a Sankalp ( pledge) of puja. 

 Worship Lord Kuber, along with Lord Ganesha, Maa Lakshmi, Maa Saraswati on the day of Diwali. 

 Chant Om Shri Shri Namah 11 times or one rosary. 

 Keep a single coconut or 11 Kamalgatte at the place of deification. 

 Worship the Shree Yantra and place it in the north direction.  

 Recite Goddess Suktam on this day. 

 Points to offer as bhog to Goddess Laxmi 

 On the day of Diwali, singhada, pomegranate, quince are offered to Goddess Lakshmi. Sitaphal is also kept during the pooja. You can also keep sugarcane. It's believed that Maa Lakshmi likes water platitudes the most. Kesarbhaat, halwa and kheer are offered to Goddess Lakshmi as bhog.

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