The festival of Diwali is considered as the very special festival for Hindus. If the Diwali Puja done on the perfect timing then it can bring several beneficial and positive results in terms of happiness and prosperity. With the help of Diwali Puja one can keep himself away from all kinds of sufferings of life, as this day is well known for removing the evilness. This Puja should be done in an effective way, so that the maximum results can be achieved. After the completion of the Puja people light the candles, diyas, and crackers to enjoy this festival.
How to Perform Diwali Puja?
Before performing the rituals of this Puja the entire house should be cleaned in a proper manner, as goddess Lakshami will come to those house only which will looks clean. There are mainly three forms that are goddess Durga, shakti goddess Saraswati, and goddess Laxmi along with lord Ganesha, they are being worshipped on this day. The entire money and gold are being kept in the feet of all the respective deities and the Puja begins. The most important Puja is Laxmi Puja which is being started in the evening or night in a very ritual way so that the devotee can get the desired results.
The festival of Diwali comes up with the very auspiciousness. This festival is also well known as festival of lights and joy. The people from all around the world celebrate this festival with complete happiness and excitement. On this very auspicious day lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after completing the fourteen years of vanvas. The lightning of lamp is the symbol of damage of evil injustice, feeling, greed, anger, violence, and etc. with the help of knowledge power.
In the year 2015, the Diwali Puja will be observed from 9th November to 13th November.
What are the benefits of Diwali Puja?
There are several benefits of doing this Diwali Puja. You can bring happiness and prosperity with the help of this Puja. One can also maintain prosperity, peace, wealth, and health in their life.
Category: Festival 2015
Created: Thursday, November 20 2014
Author: Lokesh Jagirdar