Diwali is the most significant festival worldwide. On this day, Lord Rama, Mata Sita, and Lakshman make their historic return to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. According to the Hindu lunar calendar, it takes place on the 15th day of Kartik maas. Diwali falls on October 27 this year.
The five days of Diwali festivities—Dhanteras, Narak Chaturdashi, Diwali, Govardhan Puja, and Bhai Dooj—mark the beginning of the festival. In Sanskrit, the term “Diwali” or “Deepawali” refers to a wreath of diyas, or lamps.

Dhanteras, or the first day of Diwali, is celebrated with an auspicious Lakshmi Kuber Puja to seek wealth, wisdom, and prosperity in life and to invoke the blessings of Lord Dhanpati, also known as Kuber, and Maa Lakshmi. To order now, click on Lakshmi Kuber Group Puja.
Diwali, like all other Indian festivals, has significant astrological significance. It also celebrates the harvest season and the beginning of the new lunar year. It is believed that the planetary positions are also very favorable on this day, assisting in the distribution of wealth and prosperity to all.

The Sun and Moon are in conjunction on the days of the Diwali festival, indicating that harmony is promoted during this time. The Swati Nakshatra houses these luminaries in Libra. Because Libra’s symbol is a scale that is in balance, this festival helps people find love, wealth, joy, good health, and happiness in their lives.
Diwali falls under the influence of the Swati Nakshatra, a feminine constellation. According to Hindu mythology, Maa Saraswati, who represents music, knowledge, wisdom, and the arts, is associated with this constellation. Consequently, this Nakshatra ensures happiness.

Invoking the blessings of Lord Kuber, Lord Ganesha, Maa Maha Kali, and Maa Mahalakshmi is essential in order to ensure that Diwali marks the beginning of all good things in life, including health, wealth, prosperity, happiness, life longevity, and strong relationships. During Diwali silver price and gold price are higher therefore always buy these after a price check.
Diwali is celebrated on the same day each year—the Aswayuja Amavasya. The exact conjunction of the Sun and moon in Libra, the zodiac sign, is marked by the Aswayuja Amavasya, according to astrology. Libra rules the workplace and business. As a result, it is believed that starting a new business on Diwali is very lucky. Surya dev, Hanuman, Maa Lakshmi coins, and Lord Ganesha are worshipped on Diwali to bring prosperity, wealth, and health.

Even though Diwali is just one day, the five days of festivities include lighting firecrackers and candles and making Rangoli (sand art) welcome the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity, Goddess Lakshmi, into their homes. Similar to the Christmas holiday in the United States, it is the most widely celebrated festival in India. New clothes, jewelry, sweets, diyas (traditional oil lamps), and firecrackers top the list of diwali gifts given during the celebration, which also includes gift-giving.