Dhanteras 2021: Date, Meaning, Shubh Muhurat, And Puja Timings

Dhanteras 2021: The celebration of Dhanteras, marks the start of the celebration of light, Diwali. Otherwise called Dhantrayodashi, on this day fans implore goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kuber. Dhanteras is commended in the long stretch of Kartik on the thirteenth day of Kartika Krishna Paksha.

On this day, individuals across India purchase gold and silver gems or purchase utensils to invite Maa Lakshmi into their homes. As per Drikpanchang, the day is additionally seen as Dhanwantari Triodasi or Dhanvantri Jayanti, the birth commemoration of the God of Ayurveda. It is accepted that Lord Dhanvantari bestowed the insight of Ayurveda for the advancement of humankind, to help dispose of experiencing illnesses and infections.

Meaning of Dhanteras

On Dhanteras, individuals light Yama Deepam outside their homes around evening time. As indicated by folklore, lighting Yama Deepam on the Trayodashi Tithi can avoid Yamaraj, the lord of death. Folklore likewise expresses that on Dhanteras, Goddess Lakshmi arose during Samudramanthan alongside Lord Kubera who is otherwise called the God of Wealth. That is the reason offering petitions to them on this day can carry abundance to your family. It is accepted that purchasing new utensils and gems or gold coins on Dhanteras carries the best of luck to your family. Certain individuals likewise purchase electronic things and vehicles on Dhanteras.

Dhanteras 2021 Date:

This year Dhanteras will be praised on November 2.

Dhanteras Puja Muhurat:

As per Drikpanchang, the puja muhurat will begin at 06:17 PM and end by 08:11 PM

Pradosh Kaal: 06:05 PM to 08:36 PM

Vrishabha Kaal: 06:50 PM to 08:50 PM

Trayodashi Tithi Begins: 11:31 AM on November 2, 2021

Trayodashi Tithi Ends: 09:02 AM on November 3, 2021

Dhanteras Shubh Muhurat in Other Cities

  • 06:47 PM to 08:32 PM – Pune
  • 06:17 PM to 08:11 PM – New Delhi
  • 06:29 PM to 08:10 PM – Chennai
  • 06:25 PM to 08:18 PM – Jaipur
  • 06:30 PM to 08:14 PM – Hyderabad
  • 06:18 PM to 08:12 PM – Gurgaon
  • 06:14 PM to 08:09 PM – Chandigarh
  • 05:42 PM to 07:31 PM – Kolkata
  • 06:50 PM to 08:36 PM – Mumbai
  • 06:40 PM to 08:21 PM – Bengaluru
  • 06:45 PM to 08:34 PM – Ahmedabad
  • 06:16 PM to 08:10 PM – Noida

Wishing you each them a Happy Diwali 2021!

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