Rare Coincidence On Diwali After 5 Centuries!

Do you know, one of the biggest festivals and the longest holiday duration is only for Diwali in India? Well, it is indeed one of the biggest festivals celebrated in India and while there are other popular festivals like Holi, which is all about colors, Diwali is known to be the festival of lights. On this day people light oil lamps and decorate their homes and cities are full of strings of twinkling lights. Now, why do they do this? This is to symbolize the victory of light over the darkness; and good over the evil. It is a five-day celebration wherein Hindus worship Goddess Lakshmi for wealth and Ganesh Ji for good fortune. There are very rare cases of someone in India not celebrating this day. Talking about rare things, one very rare coincidence is about to happen this Diwali. Let’s dig in more and fetch some details on this!

The celebration of Diwali will begin on Dhanteras (22nd October) and will end on Bhai Dooj (26th October). Diwali is celebrated when the Amavasya date remains till one hour after the sunset. It is believed that only on this night of Amavasya,  Goddess Lakshmi enters the earth. This is why Diwali 2022 will be celebrated for 6 days instead of 5 days. This rare coincidence is about to be witnessed after 5 centuries. Yes! On this Diwali, Jupiter will be present in its own sign Pisces, Saturn will be in Capricorn and Venus will be present in Libra. According to well-known astrologers of AstroSage, this rare combination of 3 planets on Diwali was earlier made in 1521 and now it is taking place again in 2022. So, this special coincidence is taking place all over again after five hundred and one years. 

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It is important to acknowledge that this time Dhanteras will be celebrated on 22nd October while Chhoti Diwali will be celebrated on 23rd October. And so, Diwali will be celebrated on 24th October, while Kartik Krishna Amavasya will also take place on 25th October and on the top of this, there will also be a solar eclipse on this day.

Similarly, Annakoot and Govardhan Puja will also be celebrated on the 26th and the Bhaiya Dooj festival will be celebrated on the 27th of October.

Diwali 2022: Muhurat & Dates

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat: 18:54:52 to 20:16:07

Duration: 1 Hour 21 Minutes

Pradosh Kaal: 17:43:11 to 20:16:07

Vrishabha Kaal: 18:54:52 to 20:50: 43

Diwali Mahanishita Kaal Muhurat

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat: 23:40:02 to 24:31:00

Duration: 0 Hour 50 minutes

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

Simha Kaal: 25:26:25 to 27:44:05

Diwali Auspicious Choghadiya Muhurat

Evening Muhurat (Amrut, Chal): 17:29:35 to 19:18:46

Night Muhurat (Laabh): 22:29:56 to 24:05:31

Night Muhurat (Shubh, Amrut, Chal): 25:41:06 to 30:27:51

Mata Mahalakshmi Will Bless Everyone On Kartik Amavasya

As per astrologers of AstroSage, the festival of Diwali is usually a five-day festival, but this year it will be a six-day festival instead of five days. On the 22nd of Dhanteras day, the Diwali festival or Deepawali will begin and will end on the day of Bhai Dooj that is  27th of October.

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Diwali is celebrated on the day when Amavasya date remains till one hour after sunset. And so, Goddess Lakshmi comes to earth on the day of Kartik Amavasya. Mata Lakshmi walks on the earth only on the night of Amavasya and blesses everyone. For this reason, it is considered best to celebrate this festival on the night of the new moon.

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Amavasya & Lakshmi Puja: Dates

This time Amavasya Date will begin from 4:34 pm on 24th October and will continue till 04:40 pm on the 2nd day, that is,  25th October. In such a case, Mata Lakshmi Puja will be done on Monday, 24th October.

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Dhanteras 2022 Date

Trayodashi Tithi will begin from 22nd October, 04:04 pm till 23rd October, 4:35 pm, Pradosh fast will also be observed on 22nd October itself. In such a scenario, Dhanteras will be celebrated only on 22nd October, because Dhanteras remain exclusively on the day of Pradosh.

Narak Chaudas & Roop Chaturdashi

The Chaturdashi date of Krishna Paksha in Kartik month will begin at 4:35 pm on 23rd October 2022. Narak Chaturdashi Tithi will end on 24th October 2022 at 04:34 PM. This year Narak Chaturdashi, Roop Chaudashi will be celebrated on the same day 23rd October 2022.

Abhyanga Snan Muhurta – 05:08 am – 06:31 am (24th October 2022).

Time Duration: 01 hours 23 minutes. 

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