October 27, 2020 Blog

Dhanteras Puja 2020 - Date , Timing , Mahurat


Dhanteras Puja on Friday, November 13, 2020

Dhanteras Puja Muhurat - 05:29 PM to 05:59 PM

Duration - 00 Hours 29 Mins

Friday, November 13, 2020

Pradosh Kaal - 05:29 PM to 08:08 PM

Vrishabha Kaal - 05:33 PM to 07:29 PM

Trayodashi Tithi Begins - 09:30 PM on Nov 12, 2020

Trayodashi Tithi Ends - 05:59 PM on Nov 13, 2020

Dhanteras Puja 2020, Dhantrayodashi Puja

Dhantrayodashi which is otherwise called Dhanteras is the primary day of five days in length Diwali celebrations. Upon the arrival of Dhantrayodashi, Goddess Lakshmi emerged from the sea during the stirring of the Milky Sea. Subsequently, Goddess Lakshmi, alongside Lord Kubera who is the God of riches, is revered on the propitious day of Trayodashi. Notwithstanding, Lakshmi Puja on Amavasya following two days of Dhantrayodashi is viewed as more critical.


Lakshmi Puja on Dhanteras or Dhantrayodashi ought to be finished during Pradosh Kaal which begins after nightfall and around goes on for 2 hours and 24 minutes.


We don't encourage to pick Choghadiya Muhurat to perform Dhanteras Puja as those Muhurtas are acceptable just for voyaging. The best ideal opportunity for Lakshmi Puja on Dhanteras is during Pradosh Kaal when Sthir Lagna wins. Stir implies fixed for example not moveable. In the event that Dhanteras Puja is finished during Sthir Lagna, Lakshmiji will remain in your home; thus this time is the best for Dhanteras Pujan. Vrishabha Lagna is considered as Sthir and generally covers with Pradosh Kaal during the Diwali party.


We give a precise window to Dhanteras Puja. Our Muhurat times contain Pradosh Kaal and Sthir Lagna while Trayodashi is winning. We give Muhurat dependent on the spot, consequently, you should choose your city first before noticing down Shubh Dhanteras Puja timings.


Dhanteras Puja is otherwise called Dhantrayodashi. The day of Dhanteras is additionally seen as Dhanwantari Triodasi or Dhanvantri Jayanti, the birth commemoration of the God of Ayurveda. Yamadeep is another custom on a similar Trayodashi Tithi when the light for the God of death is lit external home to avert any unfavorable passing of any relatives.