Diwali 2023 Date: Wishes, Images (3D Diya), Rangoli with Story and Puja Muhurat Detail

When is Diwali 2023? Perfect Happy Diwali! Wishes, Rangoli Designs, and Images for your Celebration

How Do People Celebrate Diwali in Other Parts of India?

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Diwali in India is celebrated differently with unique rituals and traditions, including Kali Puja(Bengal), Dev Deepawali(Varanasi), Kauriya Kathi(Odisha), Vasu Baras(Maharashtra), New Year(Gujarat), Narakasura Burning(Goa), and Guru Nanak's return(Punjab). 

What is the Story Behind Diwali?

One of the most well-known stories about Diwali is about Lord Rama.

One of the most well-known stories about Diwali is about Lord Rama Diwali in Ayodhya is celebrated after Lord Rama defeats Ravana, a demon king, with Lakshmana and Hanuman's help, and the people light diyas throughout the kingdom. 

Another reason why Diwali is celebrated is that On this day, Lord Krishna defeated Narakasura and liberated the people of his kingdom. After defeating the demon, Lord Krishna declared it a day of celebration. 

Diwali is associated with the Goddess Lakshmi, who symbolizes wealth, prosperity, and fertility, and is believed to have chosen Lord Vishnu as her husband. 

What is the Significance of lighting Diyas on Diwali?

The purpose of diyas is to dispel the darkness and ward off the evil energy. light is a symbol of knowledge that eliminates ignorance’s darkness 

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On This Diwali 2023 The Lakshmi Puja Muhurat (best time to perform Lakshmi Puja) lasts for one hour 56 minutes from 05:40 PM to 07:36 PM on November 12th, 2023.

Diwali 2023 Lakshmi Puja Muhurat

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