Friday, 5 October 2012

Diwali Muhurat 2012: Lakshmi Pooja & Dhanteras muhurats information with time & date

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Diwali, the festival of lights, is the most auspicious and most awaited festival for people of all religion across the world. Diwali is a newyear for Gujarati’s. It brings joy and happiness to everyone's life. This is not just one festival but it is series of festivals for 5 days like Dhanteras, Kali Choudas (Naraka Chaturdashi), Diwali (Deepavali), New Year and Bhai Dooj. There are various God and Godess pujas that are conducted during this period. Indian business communities begin their financial year on Dhanteras and do worship of Lakshmi and Ganesha. People believe that Lakshmi Pooja is good for wealth and Ganesha worship is for keeping the family free from obstacles and evils throughout the year. Businessmen and shopkeeper closes old account books and open new account books on the Deepavali day. This year Diwali is on 13th November 2012. Here is the Diwali Shubh Muhurat 2012 (Choghadiya Muhurat) and auspicious timings for pooja.

Dhanteras 2012 Shubh Muhurat for 11th November


Amrit Muhurat = 06:10 AM to 07:37 AM
Shub Muhurat = 09:04 AM to 10:32 AM
Char Muhurat = 05:49 PM to 07:22 PM
Labh Muhurat = 10:27 PM to 12:00 PM

Diwali 2012 Shubh Muhurat for 13th November


Lakshmi Puja Muhurat = 05:44:29 PM to 07:46:40 PM
(Duration = 2 Hours 2 Minutes)
Pradosh Kaal = 05:35:45 PM to 08:06:47 PM
Vrishabha Kaal = 05:44:29 PM to 07:46:40 PM

Important dates of Diwali festival:

Pushya Nakshatra: 6th November 2012
Vagh Barash: 10th November 2012
Dhanteras or Dhan Puja: 1th November
Kaali Chaudash: 12th November
Diwali and Laxmi Pujan: 13th November
Gujarati New Year: 14th November 2012
Labh Pancham: 18th November

Chopda Pujan Muhurats on 13th November Tuesday: Click Here

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