Know what are the correct dates of 5 special days of Diwali , Read about correct time

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After Dussehra, people are now eagerly waiting for the 5-day celebration of Diwali. Diwali after Dussehra is a major festival in India. For information, let us know that Diwali is not just one day, it is a festival of 5 days. Something new happens every day. The festival of Diwali begins on Kartik Amavasya, but it starts with Govats Dwadashi on Kartik Dwadashi. Diwali ends on the fifth day with Bhaiya Dooj or Yama Dwitiya. Let us know when this year is Diwali, Dhanteras, Govardhan Puja, Lakshmi Puja, Bhaiya Dooj. What are its exact dates. Calendar of Diwali 2020

1. First Day of Diwali:

Govts Dwadashi The festival of Diwali begins on Govats Dwadashi falling on the Dwadashi date of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. Govats Dwadashi  is the first day of Diwali. This time Govts Dwadashi is on Thursday, November 12. The Kartik Krishna Dwadashi Tithi starts from 12:40 pm late on November 11, which will be at 09:30 on November 12. The time of worship on the day of Govats Dwadashi is from 05:29 in the evening to 08.17 in the evening. On this day, cow dynasty is worshiped.

2. Second Day of Diwali:

Dhanteras The second day of Diwali is Dhanteras, it is known as Dhantrayodashi. According to Hindi Panchang, Dhanteras takes place on Trayodashi date of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. This year Dhanteras is on Friday, the 13th of November. Trayodashi Tithi is starting from 09.30 pm on November 12, which is 05 to 59 minutes on November 13. The Muhurta of Dhanteras puja is from 05 to 28 in the evening from 05 to 59 in the evening. On this day Yama Deepam also happens. A lamp is lit outside the house for Yamraj.

Know what are the correct dates of 5 special days of Diwali , Read about correct time

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3. Third Day of Diwali:

Narak Chaturdashi and Lakshmi Puja The third day of Diwali is Naraka Chaturdashi falling on Kartik Krishna Chaturdashi date, but according to the English calendar, Chaturdashi date and Amavasya date fall many times a day. Diwali is celebrated on Kartik Amavasya, Lakshmi Puja is performed on this day. This time Narak Chaturdashi and Lakshmi Puja i.e. Diwali is on the same date on 14th November.

Narak Chaturdashi: Chaturdashi date of Kartik month starts from 05.59 PM on November 13, from 02:00 to 17 minutes on 14th November Is. In such a situation, Narak Chaturdashi is on November 14 at 2:17 pm. Diwali or Lakshmi Puja: The Amavaya Tithi of Kartik month starts from 02:00 on 17 November on 14 November, which will end on 15 November at 10:36 AM. In such a situation, Lakshmi Puja of Diwali will take place on 14 November.

4. Fourth day of Diwali:

Govardhan Puja or Annakoot The fourth day of Diwali is Govardhan Puja or Annakoot. It happens on the Pratipada date of the Shukla Paksha of Kartik month. This year Karthik Shukla Pratipada starts at 10:36 am on November 15, which is till 07:06 am on November 16. Govardhan Puja is on 15 November. The Muhurta of Govardhan Puja is from 03:19 in the afternoon to 05:27 in the evening.

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