Diwali 2020 Puja Muhurat and Timing: Today is Diwali, the festival of lights. It is one of the most prominent and major festivals of Hindus. This festival, which is celebrated as a symbol of the victory of truth over untruth, is celebrated not only in India but also in many countries around the world. Crackers are left on this day, sweets are sent to friends and relatives. Apart from this, it is most important that Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi are worshiped on this happy occasion. Let us know when is the auspicious time of worship on this day.
Choghadiya Muhurat for Diwali
According to Jyotishacharya Pandit Sujit Shrivastava, this time the Chaughdiya Muhurta for the worship of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on Diwali is as follows. Choghadiya is of four clock and is about 96 minutes.
02:18 pm to 04:06 pm
05:29 pm to 07:06 pm
08:46 pm till 01:46 pm and
The next day is the auspicious time of Choghadiya from 05: 05 to 06:45.
Auspicious time for worship
According to Jyotishacharya Pandit Sujit Shrivastava, this time auspicious time for the worship of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on Diwali is as follows.
Pradosh Kaal 05:30 pm to 08:33 pm
Taurus 5:30 pm to 07: 25 pm
Leo Ascendant night 12: 32 to 02: 20 minutes
Aghori or Tantric people worship Mata Kali at night.
According to Jyotishacharya Pandit Shyam Shankar Mishra, this time to worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha this Diwali. He told that this time is for Delhi. If someone from Banaras wants to know the time of the Puja Muhurta, then it has to be reduced by 20 minutes. This difference in time is due to longitude.
12:57 to 02:29
Evening 05:36 to 07:33
11:34 to 02:18 at night
Many stories behind celebrating Diwali
Since when did the festival of Diwali come in Indian tradition, there are many stories and many traditions behind it.
- According to a tradition in it, when Lord Ram slew Lanka King Ravana and returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile, the people of Ayodhya welcomed him by lighting a lamp in the joy of his return.
- Apart from this, according to another legend, on this day, Shri Krishna killed Narakasura and saved the people from their terror. On getting relief from the terror of Narakasura, Dwarkas welcomed Shri Krishna by lighting them.
- According to another tradition, Goddess Lakshmi came out of the ocean churning on this day. Apart from this, it is also believed that Lord Vishnu and Mother Lakshmi were married on this day.