Happy Diwali everyone out there from the LiveHeed team. On this occasion goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on the occasion of Diwali. Deepawali as known as Diwali brings with it the joy of togetherness and festivity. According to Hindu Puranas, Deepavali is celebrated on the Amavasya Tithi of the Kartik month, but it is also believed that the date of Amavasya starts in the evening, ie Pradosh Kaal, and in the middle of the night.
You all just close your eyes, hold your fingers and we’ll immerse yourself in the bhakti of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi. Here’s all you need to know about Deepawali puja timings and shubh muhurat.
Lakshmi Puja Muhurat – On 14 November – 05:28 pm to 07:24 pm (duration 1 hour 56 minutes)
Pradosh Kaal – 05:27 pm to 08:07 pm
Amavasya tithi – From 14 November at 02:17 pm to 15 November at 10:36 am
People mostly Hindu community visit their friends and relatives on Diwali and present each other with sweets, chocolates, dry fruits and other gifts. But this 2020 year, everything is going in the fear of Coronavirus but in Hindus religion Diwali is a very big festival and everyone enjoys it every year so this year so on but yes there is fear of COvid19 so we’ll let you know how to make it peaceful and exciting Deepawali for everyone at their home.