Diwali Festival 2022: The Most Auspicious Occasion Of The Year!

Through this Diwali Festival 2022 blog, you will come to know about the value of this festival and how it is commemorated in different parts of the world. Along with it, you will get an insight into the myths or tales about this auspicious occasion and its significance in different cultures and religions. Following this, this blog will also discuss the crucial information about the number of transits or eclipses occurring throughout the time and its impact on your horoscope. Before moving ahead, let’s take a look at the Diwali 2022 Calendar:

Diwali 2022 Calendar

23 October, 2022 (First Day)DhanterasSunday
24 October, 2022 (Second Day)Naraka ChaturdashiMonday
24 October, 2022 (Third Day)DiwaliMonday
26 October, 2022 (Fourth Day)Govardhan PoojaWednesday
26 October, 2022 (Fifth Day)Bhai DoojWednesday

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An Insight Into Diwali 2022 Festival

The word Diwali means “row of lamps” which comes from a Sanskrit word. Small oil lamps known as Diyas are used to decorate streets, shops, and residences in India. Rangoli patterns, which are created during Diwali, are drawn on floors. Among the most frequently drawn designs is the lotus flower. Every year in October or November on the gloomiest night of the month, Diwali 2022 is observed. Every year, the precise date is adjusted to fall on the new moon. Diwali, which coincides with the new moon and brings in a fresh start, represents joy, love, reflection, resolution, forgiveness, light, and wisdom for many people.

Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains look forward to Diwali every year with anticipation. Diwali is regarded as India’s most significant celebration by the whole globe. In fact, several nations have recently begun celebrating Diwali as a way to honor their connections to India and Indian culture. Hindus rejoice over the gods Rama and Sita’s arrival in Ayodhya following a 14-year exile. They also mark the occasion when Mother Goddess Durga slew the demon Mahisha. The liberation of the sixth guru, Hargobind Singh, from jail in 1619, is especially remembered and celebrated by Sikhs. Sikhs, however, observed the event earlier. In fact, on Diwali in 1577, the foundation of the Golden Temple in Amritsar, the holiest site in the Sikh religion, was laid. Jainism was founded by Lord Mahavira. Jains celebrate the moment he attained the state of Moksha during Diwali 2022. 

Moreover, Indians who have moved overseas celebrate Diwali in a lavish manner that serves as an example to other cultures. Also, the biggest Diwali festival outside of India takes place in Leicester, UK, despite the fact that events are being organized in many other nations. On this day, hundreds of people gather in the streets to see the bright light shows, music, and dance performances staged in this city.

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Diwali 2022: Auspicious Yogas

The Panchang states that the festival of Diwali is observed annually on the new moon day of the Kartik month. The festival of lights will take place this year on the Tithi of Chaturdashi of Krishna Paksha under the Hasta Nakshatra which will form Vaidhriti Yoga. (Monday, October 24, 2022). This Yoga fills the native with joy and good vibes. He or she handles his responsibilities with a competitive attitude.

Lord Ganesha and Maa Lakshmi are both worshiped during this festival of Diwali, which serves as a symbol for joy and prosperity. Diwali will be observed this year on October 24, 2022, and on October 26, 2022, Mercury will enter Libra, according to astrological predictions. Sun, Venus, and Ketu will already be sitting in this place. This will result in the formation of auspicious Yoga in Libra. Mars has entered Gemini on October 16 just before Diwali. Mars will then begin its retrograde motion in Gemini on October 30. On October 23, Saturn will begin its transit through Capricorn. With such fortunate coincidences, Diwali this year can bring good fortune to people of various zodiac signs.

Diwali 2022: Muhurat

-Kartik Amavasya Tithi starts on 24 October, 2022 at 17:29:35

-Kartik Amavasya date ends on 25 October 2022 at 16:20:38

-The duration of Amavasya Nishita period is from 23:39 to 00:31, on October 24, 2022.

-The timing of Kartik Amavasya Leo Ascendant is 00:39 to 02:56, October 24, 2022.

-The timing of Abhijeet Muhurta is October 24 from 11:19 am to 12:05 pm.

-The Vijay Muhurta will start on 24 October from 01:36 to 02:21.

Lakshmi Puja Time and Muhurat on Diwali 2022

  • from 18:54:52 to 20:16:07:  Lakshmi Pujan Timing Muhurta 
  • 1 hour 21 minutes:  Puja Duration 
  • 17:43:11 to 20:16:07:   Pradosh Kaal
  • 18:54:52 to 20:50:43:  Taurus Period

Diwali 2022 Mahanishita Kaal Muhurat

From 23:40:02 to 24:31:00Lakshmi Pujan Timing Muhurta 

0 hours 50 minutes:  Puja Duration 

From 23:40:02 to 24:31:00: Mahanishita Kaal

From 25:26:25 to 27:44:05Singh Kaal

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Diwali Shubh Choghadiya Muhurat

-from 17:29:35 to 19:18:46: Evening Muhurta (nectar, moving)

-from 22:29:56 to 24:05:31: Night Muhurta (Benefits)

-from 25:41:06 to 30:27:51: Ratri Muhurta (auspicious, nectar, running)

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Diwali 2022: Transits & Eclipses 

Saturn Direct in Capricorn– (23 October 2022) Saturn will go direct in Capricorn on Sunday, October 23, 2022, at 4:19 AM. Earth sign Capricorn is a mutable, feminine sign. Because Capricorn is the natural tenth house in the kaal purush chart, it is the sign of ambition, reputation, public image, and power. Saturn’s influence is far too great when it is both retrograde and direct, yet it often completes long-awaited tasks.

Mercury Transit In Libra (26 October 2022) Mercury, the planet of communication, intelligence, and reason, will now leave its own sign of Virgo on Wednesday, October 26, 2022, at 1:38 p.m., and enter the Libra sign of its partner planet Venus, where it will remain until Saturday, November 13, 2022, at 9:06 p.m. It will remain in the zodiac for some time before transitioning into Scorpio.  


The second and final solar eclipse of 2022 will occur on October 25 and will likewise be a partial eclipse. When the Moon passes between the Sun and the Earth, a portion of the Sun is partially obscured from view on Earth.

The Vedic Panchang predicts that this eclipse will run from 16:29:10 to 17:42:01 on Tuesday, October 25 which will have an impact on Europe, the north-eastern part of Africa, the south-western portion of Asia, and the Atlantic.

The solar eclipse will only be visible in some part of India i.e. New Delhi, Bengaluru, Kolkata, Chennai, Ujjain, Varanasi and Mathura; therefore the Sutak period will also be in force there. Only those who live where the eclipse is visible may notice its effects, since it is believed that the eclipse’s Sutak Kaal and effects are only valid in those areas. 

Diwali 2022: Effective Broom Remedies To Attract Money

Along with Diwali puja, several remedies have also been given in astrology. Broom is one of these that is believed to be very helpful. It is said that Maa Lakshmi is connected to the broom. You can obtain Mother Lakshmi’s blessings by taking these steps relating to the broom in this case. Let’s learn more about those measures:

  • During Diwali, remove your old broom from the house and replace it with a new one. Astrologers believe that giving a broom on this day is also highly lucky.
  • To get over financial difficulties, purchase three brooms on the day of Diwali and keep them quietly in a temple. It is believed that by doing this, financial issues are resolved.
  • It is believed that a new broom should be used to sweep the entire home on the day of Diwali. Keep this broom hidden after cleaning so that no one can see it. By doing this, Lakshmi ji enters the house, according to astrology.

However, when taking these actions, pay particular attention to the following:

  • The broom should never be vigorously tossed because it is believed to be connected to the goddess Lakshmi.
  • No disrespect should be shown to the broom either. According to mythology, disrespecting the broom is equivalent to disobeying Mother Lakshmi.
  • Never leave the broom standing after using it. It should always be kept on the ground.
  • It is preferred to keep the broom hidden behind the door.

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