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Diwali Trivia

When is Diwali 2019

Also known as Deepawali and “Festival of Lights”, Diwali is the most auspicious and awaited festival of the Hindus celebrated with immense enthusiasm and excitement across the country. In the spiritual sense, this festival symbolizes the victory of goodness over evil, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance. The nation gets dressed in millions of lights as soon as the Diwali approaches. From the north to the south, the people of the whole country get drenched in the festive spirits of Diwali enjoying and decorating their homes from head to toe with flowers and lights. People exchange Diwali gifts with each other and share their festive happiness over sweets and wishes. Such is a dramatic feel of this festival which sways everyone in its mind-blowing colors and exhilaration.

When is Diwali 2019

As Diwali is a religious festival on which people follow several traditions and customs, therefore, it is celebrated in a ritualistic manner considering auspicious timings for every ritual. The worshipping of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha is a common ritual observed by Hindus on Diwali and it must be performed within a specific timings. According to the astrologers, Lakshmi-Ganesha Puja must be performed during fixed Lagna. A “lagna” is the most auspicious time slot to perform this Puja on Diwali. The four kinds of fixed Lagnas are –

  • Vrishchika Lagna (Morning) – It is suitable for temples, hospitals, hotels, schools and colleges.
  • Kumbha Lagna (Afternoon) - It is suitable for people under stress ad problems such as sick people, people under negative influence of Lord Shani, people in debt, people incurring loss in business, and others.
  • Vrishabha Lagna (Evening) – It is ideal for people with families, rural folks, farmers, salaried people and businessmen.
  • Simha Lagna (Midnight) – This Lagna Muhurat is perfect for hermits, saints, world renouncers and Tantrik community.

Auspicious Diwali Puja Muhurat for 2019

City Date Lakshmi Puja Muhurat Pradosh Kaal Kumbha Lagna Muhurat Vrishabha Lagna Muhurat Simha Lagna Muhurat Amavasya Tithi Begins Amavasya Tithi Ends
NCT of Delhi 27th October 2019 18:44 pm to 20:14 pm 17:40 pm to 20:14 pm 02:14 pm to 03:42 pm 18:42 pm to 20:37 pm 01:12 am to 03:30 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Mumbai 27th October 2019 07:15 pm to 08:38 pm 06:08 pm to 08:38 pm 02:21 pm to 03:57 pm 07:15 pm to 09:15 pm 01:41 am to 03:49 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Punjab 27th October 2019 06:40 pm to 08:15 pm 05:40 pm to 08:15 pm 02:19 pm to 03:44 pm 06:40 pm to 08:34 pm 01:12 am to 03:31 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Uttar Pradesh 27th October 2019 06:30 pm to 08:01 pm 05:28 pm to 08:01 pm 01:57 pm to 03:27 pm 06:30 pm to 08:27 pm 01:00 am to 03:15 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Ahmedabad 27th October 2019 07:10 pm to 08:36 pm 06:05 pm to 08:36 pm 02:26 pm to 03:59 pm 07:10 pm to 09:08 pm 01:38 am to 03:49 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Hyderabad 27th October 2019 06:55 pm to 08:16 pm 05:47 pm to 08:16 pm 01:57 pm to 03:35 pm 06:55 pm to 08:56 pm 01:20 am to 03:27 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Bengaluru 27th October 2019 07:05 pm to 08:22 pm 05:55 pm to 08:22 pm 01:56 pm to 03:37 pm 07:05 pm to 09:08 pm 01:28 am to 03:31 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Jaipur 27th October 2019 06:51 pm to 08:21 pm 05:48 pm to 08:21 pm 02:18 pm to 03:47 pm 06:51 pm to 08:47 pm 01:20 am to 03:36 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Kolkata 27th October 2019 06:08 pm to 07:34 pm 05:02 pm to 07:34 pm 01:23 pm to 02:56 pm 06:08 pm to 08:06 pm 12:35 am to 02:46 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)
Patna 27th October 2019 06:16 pm to 07:45 pm 05:12 pm to 07:45 pm 01:39 pm to 03:10 pm 06:16 pm to 08:13 pm 12:45 am to 02:59 am on 28th October 12:23 pm (27th October) 09:08 pm (28th Oct)

Dates for Diwali for Next 10 Years (2020-2029)

Year Date Day
2020 November 14 Saturday
2021 November 4 Thursday
2022 October 24 Monday
2023 November 7 Wednesday
2024 November 1 Friday
2025 October 21 Tuesday
2026 November 8 Sunday
2027 October 29 Friday
2028 October 17 Tuesday
2029 November 5 Monday

 

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