Diwali 2018 Date Time Lakshmi Puja Shubh Muhurat

Diwali 2018 Date Time or Lakshmi Puja Shubh Muhurat.Deepawali is India's largest festival.Diwali 2018 shubh muhurat.
Diwali 2018 Date Time Lakshmi Puja Shubh Muhurat Diwali
Diwali 2018 Date Time Lakshmi Puja Shubh Muhurat 
The festival of Diwali is celebrated not only in India but in the world around the world with great enthusiasm. And in the Hindu religion, Diwali has a lot of recognition. We will know when Diwali is in 2018. And when Shubh muhurat of Lakshmi Puja is done and at what time. And with this we will know 2018 Dhanteras in Diwali (Dhanteras) When is the small Diwali? On which day is the Govardhan Puja, ie when the Govardhan Puja date is there, and when Bhaiya Duj (Bhai Duj) is in the date,
                               As you all know Diwali is the biggest festival of Hindus and this festival is celebrated with pomp and devotion. It is believed that in the middle of the new moon of Kartik month, Mother Lakshmi comes to the earth and the person who worshiped Lord Lakshmi, Lakshmi-Ganesh, worship devotionally at this time enjoys mother, takes special care of purity and purity. Mata Lakshmi resides in that house. The festival of Diwali starts with Dhanteras on the whole body is complete. There is a lot of respect for Dhanteras on the festival of Deepawali. It is said that if Dhanteras is to be bought ornaments and household items then surely the grace of God Kuber also gets.
           Diwali 2018 Time and auspicious time, Lakshmi worship time,
                                           On November 7,
              Lakshmi Puja muhurat - 17:57 to 19:53 (1 hour 55min.),
                                      Pradosh kaal - 17:27 to 20:06,
                                       Vrishabha kaal- 17:57 to 19:53,
                             New moon Starts Date - 22:27 (November 6),
                                  New Moon Date - 21:31 (November 7),

According Indian Calender to Diwali 2018 Date, Time,and Auspicious time,

Diwali Festival 2018                               Diwali festival festival

Dhanteras 2018                                          5th November
Little Diwali / Hell Chaturdashi 2018             6th November
Big Diwali 2018                                      7th November (2018)
Lakshmi Puja                                         7th November (2018)
Govardhan Pooja 2018                                8th November
Bhaiya Duj                                                 9th November
Bhau Beej 2018                                          9th November.

Diwali 2018 Time Dates in India

Diwali Festival 2018.                              Diwali 2018 Dates
Dhanteras 2018                                               5th November
ChhotiDiwalii / Narak Chaturdashi 2018             6th November
Badi Diwali                                                      7th November
Lakshmi Pujan / Lakshmi Ganesh Puja 2018       7th November
Govardhan Puja 2018                                       8th November
Bhai Dooj                                                      9th November 2018

NOTE: -Important information in LAKSHMI PUJA VIDHI Lakshmi Puja Method.
    On which we do not often pay attention.

1. Before joining the Lakshmi Puja, mix the Ganges water in Jalpatar and Kalash.
2. There should be a three-leaf in Durva.
3. Tulsi leaf should not be offered on Ganapati.
4. Use of red asana for financing.
5. Stay away from gambling mass liquor on this day.

Deepawali Holidays From 2018 to 2030,

Diwali 2019                                 27th October (Sunday)
Diwali 2020                                 14th November (Saturday)
Diwali 2021                                 4th November (Thursday)
Diwali 2022                                  24th October (Monday)
Diwali 2023                                  9th November (Thursday)
Diwali 2024                                  1st November (Friday)
Diwali 2025                                  21st October (Tuesday)
Diwali 2026                                  8th November (Sunday)
Diwali 2027                                  29th October (Friday)
Diwali 2028                                  17th October (Tuesday)
Diwali 2029                                  5th November (Monday)
Diwali 2030                               25th October (Friday). 2030
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