Auspicious time, worship method, material and importance of Diwali

After Navratri and Dussehra, the much awaited Hindu festival Deepavali will be celebrated across the country on 14 November tomorrow. Although the corona epidemic has faded the color of Diwali, it does not mean that we should not celebrate the festival itself. Diwali or Deepawali festivals are widely celebrated by Indians all over the country and the world. Diwali signifies the victory of light over spiritual darkness, good over evil and wisdom over ignorance. In some parts of the country, people celebrate the festival of Diwali when Lord Rama returns to Ayodhya after killing Ravana.

This auspicious day is celebrated on the 15th day of Kartik month. On this day people illuminate their homes and offices with lamps, pottery and flowers. Deepawali is a festival of lights and Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day.

Like every time Diwali festival of lamps will be celebrated on the new moon day of Kartik month. On 14 November, tomorrow Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha will be worshiped. The auspicious time of worship is auspicious from 5.40 pm to 8.15 pm.

This time on Diwali, very good yoga is being done. Lakshmi Kubera will be worshiped in the stable lagna. On Diwali, Shani Swathi Yoga is also making Siddhi Yoga for all. This yoga will be from morning till night 8.48. On this Diwali, the position of planets with Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is excellent.

Happy Diwali
November 14 is Chaturdashi Tithi. It will remain till 1.16 in the afternoon.
Sarvartha Siddhi Yoga is also being made on this Diwali, which will last from morning till night 8.48.
After this, the Amavas Tithi will start which will be till 10.00 am on November 15.
In such a situation, Diwali is auspicious for Puja from 5.40 pm to 8.15 pm.
On the 15th, only Amavasya will be done for bathing.

Worship material
For worshiping Goddess Lakshmi and Shri Ganesh, you will receive Kumkum, rice (Akshat), Roli, betel nut, betel leaf, cloves, coconut, cardamom, incense sticks, incense, cotton wool, mud, lamp, milk, curd, Gangajal honey, Fruits, flowers, sandalwood, vermilion, panchmeva, panchamrit, white-red cloth, chaki, kalash, janeu, batsha, kamalgatta, sankh, garland, a posture, havan kund, mango leaves, laddu cashew barfi and other ingredients needed May be required.

Deepawali worship method
First of all, you will have to take a poochi check, clean it and put a cloth. Now install the idols of Maa Lakshmi, Saraswati and Ganesh ji there.
Remember that idols should always face east.
Take a little Ganga water in your hand, now sprinkle the following mantra on the idol of God…
Unholy: holy and all-rounder.
This is: SMART PUNDARIKAKSHAN: Vahyabhantara: Shuchih.
After this, sprinkle water on your seat and also on yourself.
Now bow to the mother earth and sit on a pedestal, resolve to worship with Ganga water in your hand.
After this, take an urn filled with water and keep it with mother Laxmi. Now tie Molly on the Kalash and place Mango Pallava on top.
Keep betel nut, durva, akshat and coin in it.
Install a coconut on the urn. The coconut should be wrapped in red cloth. Remember, his face is visible. It is considered a symbol of Kalash Varuna.
Now first of all worship Lord Ganesha. Then worship Goddess Lakshmi. At the same time, during this time also pay attention to Goddess Saraswati, Lord Vishnu, Mother Kali and Kubera.
At the time of worship, make sure to light 11 or 21 small mustard oil lamps and also light a big lamp. Also put one lamp on the right side of the chowki on the left side.
Keep a lamp of ghee lit on the left side of God and offer flowers, intact, water and sweets to them.
Ganesha, Lakshmi Chalisa and Aarti can be read at will.
Now take the aarti of Ganesh ji and Maa Lakshmi and perform puja by offering them bhog.