Dhanteras Kab Ki Hai, Dhanteras Kab Ki Hai 2020
By Yogita Vaishnav | September 12, 2020
Dhanteras Kab Ki Hai
Dhanteras Kab Ki Hai:- 5th November 2020
According to the Indian calendar, the festival of Dhanteras is celebrated on the 13th day of Kartik month. Dhanteras is on 5th November this year 2020. A five-day festival is celebrated in the month of Kartik. The festival of five days begins with Dhanteras. So guys!! In this article, we have mentioned Dhanteras Kab Ki Hai for you.
It comes in approximately October or November. India is one of the best country for celebrate festival. And diwali is one of the most celebrate festival. Dhanteras word made by two words- 1. “Dhan” 2 . “Teras”
Dhan which means wealth and Teras which means 13th day of krishn paksh in kartik month. Dhanteras is meant to increase your money by thirteen times.
Dhanteras Kab Ki Hai
Dhanteras Kab Ki Hai 2020:-
Dhanteras pooja Muhurt:-
Before worshiping Dhanteras, good muhurat must be seen. You can start pooja at 6:05 pm to 8:00 pm in the evening. You can worship for 1 hour and 55 minutes. This is a very auspicious time. Dhanteras day is of special significance for businessmen.
It is auspicious to see the lizard on Dhanteras. And this is also a reason. That day does not look lizard.
Lakshmi and Kuber are worshiped on the day of Dhanteras. The health of this day is also very important. There is also special mantra for this.
Celebration of Dhanteras:-
Before Dhanteras people clean their homes, shops, buildings, offices etc. On this day people decorate their homes with colorful lights, flowers. Rangoli is decorated in the courtyard of the house on this day. And at the main gate, the foot print of Lakshmi are made. These footprints are considered symbols of the entry of the mother Lakshmi.
In earlier times women made footprints of Lakshmi from different colors. But according to time it has also changed. Nowadays, ready-made footprints are available in the market. Cow is worshiped in South India. Because the cow is considered as the incarnation of Lakshmi. This is why the cow is very decorated on this day.