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When is Diwali in 2019

1/18/20 7:44 PM

27th October is Diwali 2019! Time to start planning for celebrations! Diwali is celebrated with much fervour in nearly every home in India. Preparations start much early and include different things at different stages. People generally start with repair work in the house if required. Any major civil work is also on hold until Diwali to do everything in proper sequence.

Diwali 2019

If your Diwali 2019 is going to be special, you ought to plan in advance and this is the perfect time to set the ball rolling! Special could mean anything. May be you’re newly married and this is your first Diwali or may be this is the first Diwali after your new job or change of job, or you want to renovate your house and plan to celebrate Diwali 2019 in new home… whatever be it, the mantra is to plan well and plan in advance.

Diwali Date and Muhurat 2019

Diwali 2019
27th October
Lakshmi Puja Muhurta - 18:42 to 20:11
PradoshKaal- 17:36 to 20:11
VrishabhaKaal - 18:42 to 20:37
AmavasyaTithi Begins- 12:23 (27th October)
AmavasyaTithi Ends- 09:08 (28th October)

The first thing that comes to our minds when we think Diwali is celebration and how can Deepavali 2019 be any different. So let’s get going. With online stores beaming with new gifts, new shopping, innovating gifting and celebrating ideas right from new kinds of lighting to ready Rangolis, to new gifting items that can easily be transported abroad without worrying about transit damage etc. There’s a lot more online stores offer you.

Send Diwali Gifts

With time at hand you can spend time visiting several stores before deciding which suits you best and offers things that you like and more important if you are planning to use the store to send Diwali gifts to your loved ones within India or abroad, the stuff there also has be such that the recipients will like it. These online stores are not only a place to order gifts for Deepavali, they also arrange to send it directly to the person you are buying it for. It saves you the trouble of couriering it. All you do is shop from the comfort of your home from your smart phone, pay for it and that’s all! The Diwali gift will reach your loved one! Life couldn’t have got simpler. So make sure Diwali 2019 is full of celebrations for you as well as your near and dear ones!

Diwali Dates Detailed Information

The First Day(October 25, 2019) This is known as Dhanteras. "Dhan" means wealth and "teras" refers to the 13th day of a lunar fortnight on the Hindu calendar. This day is dedicated to celebrating prosperity. Goddess Lakshmi is believed to have come out of the churning of the ocean on this day and she is welcomed with a special puja (ritual). In addition, gold is traditionally purchased, and people gather to play cards and gamble.
The Second Day(October 26, 2019) This is known as NarakaChaturdasi or Chhoti Diwali (small Diwali). Goddess Kali and Lord Krishna are believed to have destroyed the demon Narakasura on this day. Demon effigies are burned in Goa in celebration.
The Third Day(October 27, 2019) This is the new moon day known as Amavasya. This darkest day of the month is the most significant day of the Diwali festival in north and west India. Lakshmi is worshiped on this day, with a special puja performed in the evening.
The Fourth Day(October 28, 2019) This has various meanings across India. In north India, Govardhan Puja is celebrated as the day when Lord Krishna defeated Indra, the god of thunder and rain. In Gujarat, it's celebrated as the start of a new year. In Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the victory of Lord Vishnu over demon king Bali is celebrated as Bali Pratipada or Bali Padyami.
The Fifth Day (October 29, 2019) This is known as BhaiDuj. It's dedicated to celebrating sisters, in a similar way that Raksha Bandhan is dedicated to brothers. Brothers and sisters get together and share food, to honor the bond between them.