Significance of Diwali 2019 | Importance of Happy Dhanteras, Laxmi Puja, Padwa, Bhai duj

By | October 17, 2019

 Significance of Diwali 2019

 Significance of Diwali | Importance of Each Day:  Hello friends, welcome to our website happy Diwali wishes images 2019. Here we are celebrating happy Diwali 2019. Significance of Diwali festival is more than any other. Diwali is the most important festival in India.  It is celebrated in all parts of India. It is one of the most popular and most celebrated festivals in Hinduism. In this article, we are going to see the Significance of Diwali and the Importance of each day of Diwali.  Diwali celebration is one such thing, for which we eagerly weight throughout the year.

Many people ask why Diwali is celebrated? so let’s talk about the history of the Diwali celebration. Now as you know every festival has its own important and story or tales related to it. Diwali is no different. It has lots of stories related to each day of Diwali celebration. Here we are telling you the significance of Diwali and the Importance of each day of Diwali.

 Significance of Diwali | Importance of Each Day

The celebration of Diwali is the same in every part of India, but the significance of Diwali differs from place to place. Diwali festival has ancient roots. It was mentioned in Padma Purana and Skanda Puran as a festival of light. Diwali has religious significance. Not only in Hinduism but Diwali is celebrated in Sikhism, Buddhism, and Jainism.

Diwali is celebrated for 4 or 5 days depending on local traditions. There are different names to each day from state to state. The significance of Diwali and importance of each day in Diwali also varies from place to place.

Significance of Diwali and Importance of each day of Diwali

Diwali festival is associated with various God and Goddess in Hinduism. In many states, Diwali is associated with Legend Rama of Epic Ramayana. People believe that Diwali was celebrated when Lord Rama came to Ayodhya after defeating demon Ravana. To welcome Lord Rama and Sita people of Ayodhya made ayodya lightened by lightening Diya lamps. With fireworks and Diwali diyas, they welcomed Rama to Ayodhya after 14 years of Vanwas ( staying in Jungle). This is the main significance of Diwali. 

In remembrance of this victory celebration of Rama Diwali is celebrated every year in India. So according to this story people of Ayodhya started the tradition of Diwali as a festival of light and celebration.


The significance of each day of Diwali


Dhanteras – 1st Day of Diwali 

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 Significance of Diwali | Importance of Each Day

Dhanteras is the start of Diwali in many states. Dhanteras word is derived from word Dhan (meaning) and teras means thirteen. This day is the thirteenth day of the fortnight of Kartik and the start of Diwali. This is the start of Diwali celebration. People decorate their houses. Many people start to decorate their houses before few days of Diwali. On this day people lighten diyas in front of their home.

Dhanteras has special importance for wealth. This day is also considered as good for shopping. At evening people do the prayer to Ganesha and goddess Lakshmi. They offer puffed rice or rice cake and battashaya as a naivedya to these gods. So this is the main significance of Diwali Dhanteras.

Another significance of dhanteras is that Dhanteras means day to pray God Dhanvantari which is God of Health and health and healing. Dhanvantari considered as the god of Ayurveda.

 Significance of Diwali | Importance of Each Day

Choti Diwali or Narak Chaturdashi  – 2nd Day of Diwali

This is another important day of Diwali. This is the fourteenth day of the second fortnight of the lunar month. According to mythology, this day is celebrated because on this day Lord Krishna killed demon narkasur and made 16000 princes free from jail which was kidnapped by narkasur.

Another significance of Narak chaturdasi as follows, Narak means hell. This narak chaturdasi day considered as day to liberate the soul from suffering in Hell or “Naraka”. Many people eat delicious sweet dishes on this day.

In Maharashtra and some other state people take a spiritual bath called as abhyanga seen in the early morning. Chandan Powder or Utne is used while bathing for fragrance.

Lakshmi Pooja – Main Day of Diwali  | Significance, and Importance

This is the main day of Diwali. This day is most significant and important for the Diwali festival. This is the day to worship the goddess, Lakshmi. Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and by worshiping everyone wants to invite her at home. To expecting more wealth and happiness from goddess Lakshmi. This is the main significance of Diwali Lakshmi pooja.

This day is also important for businessmen. They decorate their shops and offices. The decoration is done by flowers and chains of flowers. Everyone wears new dresses in the morning and evening. Women make delicious sweets and foods known as feral. People go to each other house and enjoy Faral food.

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 Significance of Diwali | Importance of Each Day

Every homemade lightened with diyas and panati. In early morning people draw rangoli and decorate home with the flower. In the evening Lakshmi pooja is done and after pooja, everyone eats sweets and faral. Then youngsters ad kids enjoy bursting of fireworks and firecracker. So this is the significance of Diwali and Importance of Lakshmi Pooja.

Diwali Padwa Significance and Importance | 4th day of Diwali


This day has different names regionally as Padwa, Annakut, Balipratipada and Govardhan Pooja. The significance of Diwali Padva is, Normally this day is celebrated as a bond between husband and wife. Husband has to give some gift to wife. Also in many communities parents invite their married children with spouses and offer them a festive meal with Diwali gift.

In south and Gujarat, this day is celebrated as Annakut (heap of grains). This annakut is made by the mix of hundred dishes and kept in front of the God Krishna statue. This annakut is then distributed among the people.

Significance of Diwali Padwa
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 Significance of Diwali | Importance of Each Day

In west and north side of India, this day is celebrated as Govardhan Pooja. This Govardhan pooja is related to a story of Lord Krishna in which he lifted Govardhan mountain and saved cowherds.

Bhai Duj | Bhaiya Dooj | Bhau Beej Significance of Diwali | Importance of Bhai Duj 


This is the last day of Diwali. This day celebrates the bond between brother and sister. It is like Raksha Bandhan but without rakhi. On this day brother goes to sisters home and gives a gift to sister. On this day sister do prayers and pooja for the health and happiness of her brother. In Maharashtra this day called as Bhau Beej.

Significance of Diwali Bhaidooj
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In Sikh community, this day also celebrated as Vishwakarma pooja. Vishwakarma is Hindu god of architecture, building, and manufacturing.

So this is Significance of Diwali and the Importance of each day of Diwali.

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