On November 14, Diwali will be celebrated with enthusiasm all over the country. This Diwali the rare addition of three planets is making it even more special. According to the Jyoshis, on Diwali, Guru planet will remain in its own sign Sagittarius and Saturn in its own sign Capricorn, while Venus will be in Virgo.
In Hinduism, the festival of Deepawali is given special importance. Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshiped on Diwali. This time, Diwali will be celebrated with enthusiasm all over the country on 14 November. This Diwali the rare addition of three planets is making it even more special. According to the Jyotis, on Diwali, Guru planet will remain in its own sign Sagittarius and Saturn in its own sign Capricorn, while Venus will remain in Virgo.
Diwali 2020: This rare yoga being made on this Diwali, these planets will change, know who will benefit
Such a coincidence was formed 499 years ago
It is being said that this rare sum of three planets was formed in 1521 before 2020 on Deepawali. In such a situation, this coincidence is being formed after 499 years. In the scriptures, Guru and Shani have been considered as the causative planets to strengthen the economic condition. In such a situation, on Diwali, these two planets will make their success a big success in money related activities.
Dhanteras 2020 Date: date of Dhanteras or Dhantrayodashi, auspicious time, worship method and its
Auspicious worship auspicious
Lakshmi Puja: – On the evening of November 14 from 5 to 28 minutes from 7 to 24 minutes.
Pradosh Kaal Muhurta: On the evening of 14 November, it is from 5.28 am to 8:30 in the night.
Taurus Kaal Muhurta: On the evening of 14 November, it is from 5.28 pm to 7.24 pm.
Do Lakshmi Pujan in Choghadiya Muhurta
Lakshmi Puja Muhurat in the afternoon- On November 14, 02 to 17 minutes, from 04 to 07 in the evening.
Laxmi Puja Muhurat in the evening- In the evening of November 14, 05 to 28 minutes from 07 to 07 minutes.
Laxmi Puja Muhurat at night- On November 14, 08 to 47 minutes late, 01 to 45 minutes.
Muhurat of Lakshmi Puja in the morning- On November 15, 05 to 04 minutes 06 to 44 minutes.
Be careful while shopping on Dhanteras on November 13, test real silver and gold in this way
Why is Diwali celebrated
Let us know that Lord Sri Ram returned to Ayodhya after completing his 14 years of exile after conquering Lanka. Then every house in Ayodhya was lighted by lighting a lamp. Diwali is celebrated on this occasion and it is also called Light Festival. Ayodhya residents decorated the house with lamps in the joy of returning to Lord Rama’s house. Since then, the festival of Diwali or Diwali is celebrated every year on the new moon day of Kartik month.