Diwali is one of the biggest hindu festivals in India and most auspicious day. Diwali is also called Dipawali. Diwali celebrated every year as a festival of lights. Diwali is a five days long festival begins from Dhanteras and ends at Bhai dooj. Each day named as Dhanteras, Naraka Chaturdashi (or Chhoti Diwali), Lakshmi Puja (or Main Diwali), Bali Pratipada (or Govardhan Puja), and Yama Dwitiya (or Bhaiduj). There is a tradition of buying new things on the day of Dhanteras and distributing gifts and sweets on the day of Diwali. People really enjoy this festival every year and eagerly wait for next year. It falls every year on fifteenth day of the Kartik month.
People start cleaning their houses few days before the Diwali festival and lights the Diyas everyone in their houses to welcome the Goddess. People believes that Goddess Lakshmi makes a visit to each houses in the night of Diwali. In return, Goddess gives her blessings to her devotees for healthy and prosperous life.
In Diwali five days festival, People will perform different pooja like Diwali Pooja, Lakshmi Pooja, Lakshmi – Kubhera Havan, Maha Laxmi Havan & Satyanarayana Vrata Poojas on these days. Book Certified Pandits to perform the Diwali festival puja now!