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Five Days of Diwali
Diwali in India is a major festival and is celebrated for five continuous days. Lights, crackers, cleanliness, sweets and family reunion are the joyful characteristics of the Diwali and mark all its five days. However, there are prescribed rituals and pujas for all five days that are dutifully followed by the people. Besides each day holds its special significance and has an interesting legend attached to it. Even after ages people follow the customs with great enthusiasm and joy.

Dhanteras - The first day of Diwali
Dhanteras or Dhanvantari Trayodashi falls on the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha in the Hindu month of Kartik (October-November). People go on a heavy shopping spree to mark the auspicious day…. more

Choti Diwali - The second day of Diwali
Choti Diwali or Narak Chaturdasi falls on the fourteenth day of the month of Kartik and celebrates the death of demon Naraksura by Lord Krishna… more

Lakshmi Puja- The third day of Diwali
Lakshmi Puja takes place on the third day of Diwali. On this day traditional worship of Goddess Lakshmi takes place in all households and business establishments after sunset. People believe that Goddess Lakshmi visits every house during Diwali… more

Govardhan Puja and Padwa - The fourth day of Diwali
Goverdhan Puja and is dedicated to the worship of Lord Govardhan Parvat. The festival commemorates the incident of Lord Krishna lifting Mount Gowardhan. The auspicious day is also celebrated as Padwa or Varshapratipada…. more

Bhai Dooj - The fifth day of Diwali
On this day sisters apply sacred red tilak on brother’s forehead and pray for their long life. Brothers in turn bless their sister and promise to protect them at all times… more

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