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Dhanteras 2023: 5 days significance and shubh muhurat timings

Dhanteras 2023: 5 days significance and shubh muhurat timings: Dhantrayodashi or absolutely Dhanteras is the first good sized day of Diwali competition falling on Friday, November 10, 2023. ‘Dhana’ way wealth and ‘Teras’ method the thirteenth day within the Hindu moon cycle.

This essential day falls inside the month of Kartika on the thirteenth day of Kartika Krishna Paksha. It commonly takes place one or days earlier than the primary Diwali Puja day, also referred to as Lakshmi Puja.

Diwali, the festival of lighting, is coming near, with humans buying in markets. Dhanteras, the start of the 5-day pageant, is taken into consideration a lucky day to buy new steel gadgets, specifically gold and silver.

Diwali is a five-day pageant celebrated with diverse rituals and worship of diverse Gods and Goddesses, with the maximum full-size day being the brand new moon day, Amavasya, also known as Lakshmi Puja, Lakshmi-Ganesh Puja, and Diwali Puja.

On November 10th: Dhanteras or Dan Thrayodashi is scheduled to be inaugurated

Drik Panchang reports that the Dhanteras puja muhurat, which lasts 1 hour 56 mins, will start at 5:47 pm on November 10 and finish at 7:43 pm, marking the worship of Lord Kubera and Goddess Lakshmi.

On November 11 : is the day of Naraka Chaturdashi, also known as Choti Diwali

Naraka Chaturdasi, also called Choti Diwali, will be celebrated on Martinmas with a ‘deepdaan shubh muhurat’ starting at 05:29 pm and ending at 8:07 pm.

On November 12th: the celebration of Diwali is celebrated

Drik Panchang states that the Lakshmi Puja muhurat on Diwali, the main festive day, will last from 5:39 pm to 7:35 pm, marking the end result of the Lakshmi Puja celebration.

On November 13th: the Govardhan Puja is celebrated

Govardhan Puja, celebrated a day after Diwali, is an afternoon of worship for Lord Krishna, who is believed to have stored Mathura citizens from Lord Indra by using lifting a mountain named ‘Govardhan’.

On November 14: Bhai Dooj is observed

Bhai Dooj, Bhaiya Dooj, or Bhau Beej is an afternoon inside the lunar calendar that commemorates the bond among brothers and sisters, taking place on November 14. It falls on the second day of Shukla Paksha and is much like Rakshabandhan.

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