Diwali 2023 Date, Time, Laxmi Puja Time

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Diwali is also known by the names of Deepawali, Diwali, Deepotsav etc.

Diwali is the biggest and most important festival of all of us. It is also called the festival of lights.

It is the festival of victory of light over darkness. We can also say that Diwali is the festival of victory of positivity over negativity.

In India as well as in other countries, the festival of Diwali is celebrated with great pomp and gaiety.

This day is a very important day for the followers of Sikh, Jain and Buddhist religions along with Hindus.

Diwali is the festival of lights.

By the way, Diwali is celebrated on one day. But it is a festival of five days.

This festival begins with Dhanteras and ends on Bhai Dooj. Choti Diwali is celebrated after Dhanteras. After that Diwali.

When is Diwali? Diwali Date


The festival of Diwali is celebrated every year on the new moon day of the month of Kartik.

And this date is in the month of October or November.

Diwali in 2023 Date

The festival of Diwali in 2023 is on Sunday, November 12.

FestivalDate and Day
Diwali 2023 Date / Deepawali 2023 Date12 November 2023

Diwali 2023 Time – Diwali 2023 Laxmi Puja Time – Puja Muhurta

Worshiping Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on the day of Diwali is considered auspicious during Pradosh Kaal (period).

The Pradosh Kaal Muhurta timings of the day of Diwali are given in the table below.

MuhurtDate and Time
Diwali 2023 Laxmi Puja Time12 November 2023, Sunday
5:39 PM to 7:35 PM

But it is believed that if Lakshmi is worshiped on the day of Diwali in a Sthir Lagna (stable ascendant) with Pradosh Kaal, then Goddess Lakshmi stays stable and resides with that devotee.

For this reason, worshiping Lakshmi in a Sthir Lagna during Pradosh period is considered most auspicious and best.

On the day of Diwali, in the Pradosh period, the sthir lagna is becoming a combination of Taurus ascendant. Which is best for Lakshmi Puja.

If possible, all of you should also worship Lakshmi during this time.

This auspicious time has been given in the table below.

Worship Shubh MuhurtDate and dayTiming
Diwali 2023 Puja Time12 November 2023, Sunday5:29 PM to 10:26 PM

The above mentioned auspicious time is the best.

Apart from this, you can also do Lakshmi Puja of Diwali during Nishita period. The time of Nishita period is given in the table below.

Festival Shubh MuhurtDate and dayTiming
Diwali 2023 Laxmi Puja Nishita Kaal Muhurt12 November 2023, Sunday
13 November 2023, Monday
11:40 PM –
12:31 Am

Apart from this, according to the auspicious Choghadiya Muhurta, Lakshmi Puja is also done on the day of Diwali.

How to do Diwali Puja?

It is best to get Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha worshiped through a pandit on the day of Diwali.

If you want to worship Diwali by yourself then you can.

On this day, after getting up early in the morning, after taking bath etc., wear clean and holy clothes. Then take blessings of your family deities and ancestors.

You can fast on this day. In the evening, take food only after worshiping Lakshmi Ganesh.

Keep the house clean and pure on the day of Diwali. Also, decorate the main entrance of your house with banana leaves, mango leaves, flowers etc. You can also make Rangoli.

Also it is considered auspicious to keep a coconut urn on either side of the main door.

If you want to do Diwali Puja Lakshmi Ganesh Puja by yourself, then below we are giving a brief method.

Diwali Puja Laxmi Ganesh Puja Method

You can also get information related to Diwali Puja Vidhi by watching the video given below.

Diwali Puja Vidhi

Why is Diwali celebrated?

There are many stories behind celebrating Diwali.

According to the beliefs, Lord Shri Ramchandra returned to Ayodhya on the day of Diwali after ending his 14 years of exile.

Then the people of Ayodhya lit lamps of ghee in the joy of the return of their favorite Lord Rama.

The new moon night of Kartik month was lit up with the light of diyas.

The festival of Diwali symbolizes the victory of light over darkness. Since then the festival of Diwali started being celebrated every year.

According to another religious belief, Lord Krishna killed Narakasura on this day. In its happiness, people celebrated happiness by lighting a lamp.

According to another belief, the festival of Diwali is celebrated in the joy of the appearance of Dhanvantari and Mata Lakshmi from the churning of the ocean.

Also read – Varalakshmi Vratam Date, Time and Importance

Importance of Diwali

Diwali is celebrated as the symbol of victory of light over darkness.

This festival is a festival of happiness.

Diwali is the festival of growth of wealth and prosperity.

Diwali is the most important festival for traders and businessmen. From this day, most of the traders start their new account after Lakshmi Puja.

Diwali is also a festival of cleanliness in a way. People clean their houses and shops etc., paint, etc., before the arrival of Diwali.

Diwali also has a lot of spiritual significance.

At the same time, Diwali also has a lot of economic importance. On Diwali, people buy gold, silver, vehicles, land etc.

How to celebrate Diwali?

Celebrate Diwali with full devotion by worshiping Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi.

Make your home and surroundings neat and clean.

Decorate the house beautifully.

There is a tradition of burning crackers etc. on this day. You should light firecrackers less. This causes air pollution. Also, it harms other living beings.

Light earthen lamps. This gives employment to the poor people.

Help other people, Goddess Lakshmi is pleased by this and there is an increase in happiness and prosperity.

Diwali Puja Vidhi

Diwali 2023 Wishes Images & Wallpapers

Below we have given Diwali 2023 wishes images and wallpapers. You can download and share them.

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