Diwali 2022 Calendar: 5 days calendar of Diwali festival, know here the date and time from Dhanteras to Bhai Dooj

Diwali 2022 Calendar: Diwali is a big festival of Hindus. Throughout the year people eagerly wait for it. A month before the arrival of Diwali, preparations start at people’s homes. This time the 5-day festival of Diwali will start from the last week of October. Let’s know the date and time from Dhanteras to Bhai Dooj.

22 October 2022 – Dhanteras, Dhanvantari Jayanti (Dhanteras 2022)

  • Dhanteras Puja Muhurta – 07.10 pm – 08.24
  • Yam Deepam Muhurta – 06.02 pm – 07.08

Karthik Krishna Trayodashi date starts – 22 October 2022, 06.02 pm

Karthik Krishna Trayodashi date ends – 23 October 2022, 06.03 pm

Pradosh Kaal – 05:52 pm – 08:24 pm

Taurus period – 07:10 pm – 09:06 pm

24 October 2022 – Narak Chaturdashi 2022

Narak Chaturdashi – Due to the difference of Panchang, this time the festival of Narak Chaturdashi and Diwali will be celebrated on the same day. Narak Chaturdashi is also called as Roop Chaudas. On this day, bathing is done before sunrise by applying oil-rubbing and the importance of donating a lamp in the evening.

Snana Muhurta – 05.11 am – 06.31 am (24 October 2022)

Karthik Krishna Chaturdashi date starts – 23 October 2022, 06.03 pm

Karthik Krishna Chaturdashi date ends – 24 October 2022, 05.07.

24 October 2022 – Diwali (Diwali) (Diwali 2022)

Lakshmi Puja Pradosh Kaal Muhurta – Night 07.02 – Night 08.23

Lakshmi Puja Nishita Kaal Muhurta – 11.46 am – 12.37 am

Kartik Amavasya date starts – 24 October 2022, 05.27 pm

Karthik Amavasya date ends – 25 October 2022, 04.18 pm

Lakshmi Puja Shubh Choghadiya

  • afternoon muhurta (chara, profit, nectar) – 05:27 in the evening – 05:50
  • afternoon muhurta (char) – 05:50 in the evening – 07:26
  • < li>Ratri Muhurta (Profit) – 10:36 am – 12:11 am

  • Leo Lagna – 01.31 am – 25 am 03.47(25 October 2022)
  • Pradosh Kaal – 05:50 pm – 08:23 pm
  • Taurus period – 07:02 pm – 08:58 pm

25 October 2022 – Kartik Amavasya 2022

Kartik’s Amavasya Diwali is also called Amavasya. According to Brahma Purana, Goddess Lakshmi comes to earth on Kartik Amavasya. On this day, bathing in the holy river and donating a lamp gives auspicious results.

26 October 2022 – Govardhan Puja, Annakoot, Bhai Dooj, Yama Dwitiya

Due to the difference of Panchang, this year the festival of Govardhan Puja, Bhai Dooj, Yama Dwitiya and Annakoot will be celebrated on the same day.

Govardhan Puja (Goverdhan Puja 2022)- Govardhan Puja is dedicated to Giriraj Govardhan Parvat and Lord Krishna. On this day Lord Govardhanath is worshiped by making the shape of cow dung. This festival is celebrated to celebrate the victory of Lord Krishna over Indradev and fifty-six bhog is offered to Shri Krishna, it is called Annakoot.

Karthik Shukla Pratipada date starts – 25 October 2022, 4.18 pm

Karthik Shukla Pratipada date ends – 26 October 2022, 02.42 pm

Govardhan Puja Muhurta – 06.33 am – 08.48 am (26 October 2022)

Bhai Dooj (Bhai dooj 2022) – There is a law to celebrate Bhai Dooj after Diwali.  On this day sisters apply tilak on the forehead of their brother and wish him good luck for his long life and bright future. It is also called Yama Dwitiya. On this day Yamraj went to meet his sister Yami at her house. In the joy of his brother’s arrival, Yami prepared delicious food and welcomed Yamraj with tilak.

Bhai Dooj Puja Muhurta – 01.18 PM – 03.33 PM (26 October 2022)

Karthik Shukla Dwitiya date starts – 26 October 2022, 02.42 pm

Karthik Shukla Dwitiya date ends – 27 October 2022, 12.45 pm

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