Significance of Laxmi puja muhurat
Every festival which is being celebrated in India has its own importance. These festivals bring peace and happiness to the lives of the individual. There are specific reasons behind the celebration of every festival. These turns out to be the rituals in the lives of everybody. Diwali is one of the important festivals of India where the lamps are lighted which is being celebrated on the Amavasya night. At this night, moon is not found in the sky. The light is the symbol of victory over the darkness. It brings out the positive vibes in the homes.
The Laxmi pujan has a great significance and also the mahurat when it must be performed. During Diwali, the houses are cleaned and also decorated. Electric lights, lamps and candles are used to light the entire house. People enjoy this day with family and friends. The ladies of the house draw colorful rangolis which makes the house more attractive. The relatives and friends exchange sweets and gifts among each other. This occasion is five days long which includes the small festivals like Dhanteras, Narak chaturdasi, Diwali, Govardhan Puja and Bhaiya Dooja. These small festivals form Diwali which is being celebrated all over the country.
The Diwali Laxmi pujan is done on Muhurats as these Muhurats have their own importance. On the day of Diwali, Pradosh Kaal is experienced which is very beneficial for the families and all the common people. This period starts after the sunset and ends just after 2.5 hours. This time, Diwali will be celebrated on 13th November 2013. The Muhurat of performing the puja will start from 17:42. For the prosperity of the house, performing the puja right on the Muhurat is very important. There is another Muhurat which is on 20:18 which is considered good for the businessman. There are so many significance of laxmi puja Muhurat
Therefore, the importance of the Laxmi pujan is for all the common people and the businessman. According to the needs of the people, the Muhurat must be chosen. Celebrate this festival with happiness and zeal.
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Created: Friday, October 18 2013
Author: Lokesh Jagirdar