Dhanteras 2020 timings for buying gold: There is a tradition in Indian culture to buy gold and silver on the occasion of Dhanteras before Diwali. People wait for this auspicious occasion throughout the year so that big shopping can be done on this day. Due to the tradition of buying gold and silver, on the day of Dhanteras, the markets are also attractive. In such a situation, due to the Corona epidemic and economic slowness, Dhanteras has come as a hope for the shopkeepers this time. According to the belief, Lord Dhanvantari is worshiped on the day of Dhanteras.
Dhanteras can celebrate two days
This time Dhanteras is falling for two days. So some people can celebrate it today i.e. on November 12 and some people will celebrate it on tomorrow i.e. November 13. Jyotishacharya can celebrate the beliefs of Pandit Shyam Shankar Mishra on Dhanteras today. However, in some areas it will be celebrated on 13 November. According to Jyotishacharya Pandit Sujit Shrivastava, it is appropriate to celebrate it on 13 November due to the Udaya date.
When is the auspicious time?
Jyotishacharya Pandit Shyam Shankar Mishra says that there is no special auspicious time for shopping, but you can shop for it throughout the day. However, he has definitely said the auspicious time of worship on this day. According to them, worship can be done between 11:40 to 12:40 in the day and from 5:17 to 7:30 in the evening.
Regarding the auspicious time of November 13, Jyotishacharya Pandit Sujit Shrivastava told that this evening will be from 05:30 to 05:59. The Pradosh period is from 05:28 in the evening to 08:08 in the night. Apart from this, you can worship Vrish Kaal from 05:30 pm to 07:29 pm.
Why is Dhanteras celebrated?
According to the belief, Lord Dhanvantari is worshiped on the day of Dhanteras. There is a mythological belief that at the time when the ocean was churning, Lord Dhanwantari came out of the ocean churning as a gem. On the auspicious occasion of Dhanteras, Lord Ganesha, Mata Lakshmi and Kubera Ji are also worshipped along with Dhanvantari.