When is Diwali in 2017 – 19th October 2017
Lakshmi Puja Muhurta Timings:
Morning Muhurta (Shubh) = 06:28 – 07:53
Morning Muhurta (Char, Labh, Amrit) = 10:41 – 14:55
Evening Muhurta (Amrit, Char) = 16:19 – 20:55
Night Muhurta (Labh) = 24:06+ – 24:41+
Diwali 2016 has gone and now we are anxiously waiting for Diwali 2017!! We all must be remembering Diwali 2016 celebrations which we had last year. Diwali 2017 is coming in a few months from now. We all are getting ready for this grand festival. Although Deepavali or Diwali festival is a very known celebration for most of the people in India, we are sharing here some background about why it is celebrated?
India has many festivals celebrated every year. People of all the religions celebrate their respective festivals according to their own culture and belief. This festival is one of the most celebrated, traditional and ethnic festivals of India. People celebrate this festival with full energy every year by meeting together with relatives, family, friends, and neighbors. People also exchange Diwali Gifts with their loved once to show their concerns & affection. It is also known as the festival of lights.
Diwali is a celebration that is praised by all the religions all over India. It is evident that the Diwali festival celebration rises above all the limits. This festival of lights is celebrated with huge energy by all ages based on individual’s social and financial standing.
Some people celebrate it lavishly but others celebrate it in very simple way. For Diwali, individuals begin cleaning and redesigning their homes many days prior to the festival day. Upon the arrival of Diwali, decoration of diyas, candles and multicolor lights enlighten the moonless night, showing an astonishing display of shading, light, energy, and richness that mesmerizes everyone.
Why is Diwali Celebrated?
It is the festival of countless delight and interest which comes every year in the month of October or November. The reason behind celebrating this festival is the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya, after killing Ravana, the king of Lanka. Diwali is celebrated every year to signify and remember this history as a victory of truth over the evil. People of Ayodhya welcomed Shree Ram to their own Kingdom after the long period of 14 years, with their wife Sita and younger brother Lakshman. People of Ayodhya had expressed their love and affection towards Shree Ram by hearty welcoming them. They had enlightened their home including the whole kingdom and burned firecrackers to welcome Lord Rama.
We are sure with the above information, everyone in the world would be anxiously waiting now to celebrate this grand festival on Diwali date this year.
So, let’s get ready to welcome Diwali 2017 in October!!
Diwali 2017 will start on 17th Oct 2017 and will run for 5 days until 21st October 2017.
Happy Diwali Images:
Celebrate Diwali 2017 with these gleaming and shimmering pictures and see the excellence of delightful Diwali. You will find some of the most beautiful Diwali images here. We have searched these great images from the web or created some new images.
Diwali 2017 Images :
This beautiful diya image for Diwali wish will show your enlightenment towards making your house bright: