Dhanteras Kaise Manate Hai

Dhanteras Kaise Manate Hai, Dhanteras Kaise Manate Hain
By Yogita Vaishnav | September 13, 2020
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Dhanteras Kaise Manate Hai
Dhanteras Kaise Manate Hai:-

The importance of Dhanteras is in many forms. On this day, the father of medicines is worshiped Dhanvantri. During the sea churning, Lord Dhanvantari appeared in his hands with amrit kalash. Many times it happens that, People do not know about dhanteras. How to celebrate this day. So guys!! Don’t worry, Because in this article, we have try to Dhanteras Kaise Manate Hai for you.

Dhanteras word made by two words-“Dhan” and “Teras”. Dhan which means wealth and “Teras” which means 13th word of krishn paksh in the month of kartik. Dhanteras means that the money is 13 times the increase.

Dhanteras Kaise Manate Hai
Dhanteras Kaise Manate Hain:-

Buying silver and other metals on this day is considered to be auspicious. It is also auspicious to buy coins made of gold silver on this day. On this day if worshiped Dhanvantri, Kuber and Yamraj should be worshiped with a true and sacred mind. So in the home, you get rid of prosperity, wealth prosperity and various diseases.
What to do on this special day:-

  • Before Dhanteras, clean your house properly. On this day people decorate their homes with colorful lights, flowers, diyas.
  • Decorated the courtyard of the house with colorful. And make Lakshmi’s foot prints at the main entrance of the house. This foot print is a symbol of the entry of Lakshmi. In earlier times, women used to make a foot print of many colors. But nowadays, ready-made foot prints are available in the market.
  • Chant the mantra:-
dhanteras wishes in hindi
dhanteras wishes in hindi
  1. ॐ ह्रीं ह्रीं ह्रीं महालक्ष्मी धनदा लक्ष्मी कुबेराय मम गृह स्थिरो ह्रीं ॐ नमः
  2. देवान कृशान सुरसंघनि पीडितांगान, दृष्ट्वा दयालुर मृतं विपरीतु कामः 
  3. पायोधि मंथन विधौ प्रकटौ भवधो, धन्वन्तरि: स भगवानवतात सदा नः 
  4. ॐ धन्वन्तरि देवाय नमः ध्यानार्थे अक्षत पुष्पाणि समर्पयामि…
  • In earlier times women used to worship seven grains. Because the crops are harvested in the field at that time.
  • In South India, the cow is considered as the incarnation of Lakshmi. And on this day cow worship is done. And the cow is well decorated.

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