Diwali is the most important festival. Hindu residents. Diwali festival generally last for five times. During each of the five times of Dhanteras, Chhoti Diwali, Badi Diwali, Govardhan Pooja and Bhai Dooj, homes, temples and public areas are all lit up with lights along with earthen lamps.

Diwali 2018: Dates, Calender, Lakshmi Puja Muhurat 
Diwali is the most important festival. Hindu residents.  Diwali festival generally last for five times. During each of the five times of Dhanteras, Chhoti Diwali, Badi Diwali, Govardhan Pooja and Bhai Dooj, homes, temples and public areas are all lit up with lights along with earthen lamps. The topics of'victory of good over evil' and'victory of light over dark' are all associated with the festival. The festival falls based on Hindu calendar. According to the Gregorian calendar, the festival falls during the months of either October or even November.


Also known as the festival of lights or Deepavali, Diwali parties have developed in numerous ways through the years. It is considered auspicious during the times preceding Diwali, to purchase new products. Hindus are busy renovating and cleaning their homes and fixing furniture. People paint their houses and rooms in colours and purchase home appliances, clothing and other items in the run around Diwali. Its climax is marked by the next day of the five-day festival and is a public holiday in the Indian subcontinent.

Diwali 2018 Dates in India & Calendar

Diwali 2018 DatesDiwali Festival
Dhanteras 20185th November 2018
Chhoti Diwali/Narak Chaturdashi 20186th November 2018
Badi Diwali/ Lakshmi Pujan 20187th November 2018
Govardhan Puja 20188th November 2018
Bhai Duj/Bhau Beej 20189th November 2018
Diwali 2018: That will be the main day during the five-day festival and can be known as the evening of Lakshmi Pujan. That is because Goddess Lakshmi, who's the Goddess of prosperity and wealth, is worshipped on this day. The muhurat or auspicious time for conducting Lakshmi Pujan this season is involving 5.57 pm and 7.53 pm November 7th, 2018. In this time, the family gets together and recite prayers and sing holy songs in unison. Everyone takes blessings from the flame and indulges in sweets. This is the opportunity to meet and greet with family friends and relatives and exchange presents and candy. 


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