When is Diwali celebrated?

Diwali 2020: Saturday 14 November 2020

Know about Diwali is in 2020 and Diwali 2020 date and Muhurat. Diwali or Deepawali is a major festival of Hinduism. Diwali has special significance in Hinduism. The festival of Diwali lasting about 5 days from Dhanteras to Bhai Dooj is celebrated in many countries of the world including India and Nepal. Deepawali is also called Deep Utsav. Because Deepawali means the line of lamps. The festival of Diwali is known as the victory of light over darkness.

Apart from Hinduism, followers of Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism also celebrate Diwali. In Jainism, Diwali is celebrated as the salvation day of Lord Mahavira. At the same time, Sikhs celebrate it as a day of detention.

When is Diwali celebrated?

  1. There is a law to celebrate Deepawali (Mahalakshmi Pujan) on the new moon day of the month of Kartik. If Amavasya Tithi does not touch Pradosh Kaal for two days, then there is a law to celebrate Diwali on the second day. This opinion is most prevalent and valid.
  2. At the same time, according to another opinion, if Amavasya Tithi does not come in Pradosh Kaal for two days, then in such a situation Diwali should be celebrated on the first day.
  3. Apart from this, if Amavasya Tithi is annihilated, that is, if Amavasya Tithi does not fall and Pratipada starts directly after Chaturdashi, then there is a law to celebrate Diwali on Chaturdashi Tithi on the first day.

Muhurt for Diwali Poojan

Date: 14 November 2020 (Saturday)

Laxmi Pooja – 17:30:04 to 19:25:54

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Duration :1 Hour 55 Minutes

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