Durga Puja 2016 Dates

When will be Kali Puja in 2015 to 2050

Diwali Puja 2016 Lakshmi Puja 2016 Date Timing Tithi Muhurta

2016 Bengal Kali Puja , Kali Puja Date, Kali Puja Schedule, Shyama Puja

Kali Puja Dates 2016 to 2050

Happy Diwali 2016 Date Time Tithi Shubh Muhurat

Diwali 2016 Dates October 30, Sunday 2016

Lakshmi Puja Muhurta = 06:13 pm to 08:13 pm
Duration = 2 Hours 0 Mins
Pradosh Kaal = 05:54 pm to 08:28 pm
Vrishabha Kaal = 06:13 pm to 08:13 pm
Amavasya Tithi Begins = 09:23 pm on 10th Nov 2015
Amavasya Tithi Ends = 11:16 pm on 11th Nov 2015

Kali Puja Dates are as follows

Diwali/Deepavali in India 2015 to 2050

Regional Names of the Days of Deepavali:
Day 1: Kali Puja 2016 or Deepavali / Naraka Chaturdasi
Day 2: Diwali Lakshmi Puja (Laxmi Ganesh Puja)
Day 3: Kartika Shuddha Padwa / Bali Padyami
Day 4: Yama Dvitiya

Regional Names of the Days of Diwali:
Day 1: Dhanteras / Dhantheran / Dhantrayodashi / Dhanwantari Triodasi / Yamadeepdaan / Dhan Teyras
Day 2: Choti Diwali / Kali Chaudas / Narak Chaturdashi
Day 3: Diwali / Baddi Diwali / Lakshmi Puja
Day 4: Pratipat / Padwa Puja / Gudi Padwa / Govardhan Puja / Annakoot
Day 5: Bhai Duj / Bhhaya Dooj / Bhai Beej / Dvitiya

Kali Puja 2016 And Diwali 2016 Dates

10 November, 2015 – Kali Puja or Deepavali
11 November, 2015 – Diwali And Lakshmi Pooja
12 November, 2015 – Kartika Shuddha Padwa (Bali Padyami)
13 November, 2015 – Bhai Duj / Yama Dvitiya

Note: Kali Puja or Deepavali falls on 10th November 2015 (day before Diwali)

When will be Kali Puja 2016 or Deepavali 2016 When is Diwali 2016
Kali Puja/Deepavali Calendar 2016
Diwali Calendar 2016

29 October 2016 – Kali Puja

30 October, 2016 – Diwali/Deepavali (Naraka Chaturdasi)
31 October, 2016 – Diwali Lakshmi Puja/ Pratipada
01 November, 2016 – Kartika Shuddha Padwa (Bali Padyami)
02 November, 2016 – Yama Dvitiya

Note: Kali Puja or Deepavali falls on 30th October 2016 (one day before Diwali)

On which day is Kali Puja 2017 / Deepavali 2017 ?
Kali Puja Calendar 2017
Deepavali Calendar 2017
Diwali Calendar 2017
19 October, 2017 – Deepavali (Naraka Chaturdasi)
20 October, 2017 – Lakshmi Pooja
21 October, 2017 – Kartika Shuddha Padwa (Bali Padyami)
22 October, 2017 – Yama Dvitiya
Meaning:  Diwali (Sanskrit Dīpãvali, “row of lights”), also transliterated Deepavali or Diwãli

Shyama Puja 2016

When will be Kali Puja in 2016 to 2050

Kali Puja 2016: Sunday, 30 October 2016
Kali Puja 2017: Thursday, 19 October 2017
Kali Puja 2018: Wednesday, 7 November 2018
Kali Puja 2019: Sunday, 27 October 2019
Kali Pujo 2020: Saturday, 14 November 2020
Kali Puja 2021: Thursday, 4 November 2021
Kali Pujo 2022: Monday, 24 October 2022
Kali Puja 2023: Sunday, 12 November 2023
Kali Puja 2024: Friday, 1 November 2024
Kali Puja 2025: Tuesday, 21 October 2025
Kali-Puja 2026: Sunday, 8 November 2026
Kali Puja 2027: Friday, 29 October 2027
Kali-Puja 2028: Tuesday, 17 October 2028
Kali Puja 2029: Monday, 5 November 2029
Kali Pujo 2030: Saturday, 26 October 2030
Kali Puja 2031: Friday, 14 November 2031
Kali Puja 2032: Tuesday, 2 November 2032
Kali Puja 2033: Saturday, 22 October 2033
KaliPuja 2034: Friday, 10 November 2034
KaliPuja 2035: Tuesday, 30 October 2035
Kali Pujo 2036: Sunday, 19 October 2036
Kali Puja 2037: Saturday, 7 November 2037
Kali Puja 2038: Wednesday, 27 October 2038
Kali-Puja 2039: Monday, 17 October 2039
Kali Puja 2040: Sunday, 4 November 2040
Kali Puja 2041: Thursday, 24 October 2041
Kali Pujo 2042: Wednesday, 12 November 2042
Kali Puja 2043: Sunday, 1 November 2043
Kali-Puja 2044: Thursday, 20 October 2044
Kali Puja 2045: Wednesday, 8 November 2045
Kali Puja 2046: Monday, 29 October 2046
Kali-Puja 2047: Friday, 18 October 2047
Kali Puja 2048: Thursday, 5 November 2048
Kali Puja 2049: Tuesday, 26 October 2049
Kali Puja 2050: Monday, 14 November 2050

* Kali Puja will be celebrated 1 day before Diwali

“Diwali”, the festival of lights, illuminates the darkness of the New Year’s moon, and strengthens our close friendships and knowledge, with a self-realization!

Kali Puja in Sri Ramakrishna Math

Kali Puja in Sri Ramakrishna Math

Diwali is celebrated on a nationwide on Amavasya – the fifteenth day of the dark fortnight of the Lunar Calendar month of Ashwin mostly in  on the Gregorian (western) calendar, Diwali falls in the months of October or November every year. Diwali is held on the last or final day of the Vikram calendar. Mostly new moon day falls the precise moment of the new moon falls on different Gregorian dates depending on geographical location, the date of Dipavali can also depend on one’s location.

Diwali symbolizes that age-old culture of India which teaches to vanquish ignorance that subdues humanity and to drive away darkness that engulfs the light of knowledge. Diwali, the festival of lights even to-day in this modern world projects the rich and glorious past of India.

Every year on the dark nights of Diwali the sound of firecrackers announces the celebration of the favorite festival of Indians. Homes are decorated, sweets are distributed by everyone and thousands of lamps are lit to create a world of fantasy. Of all the festivals celebrated in India, Diwali is by far the most glamorous and important. Enthusiastically enjoyed by people of every religion, its magical and radiant touch creates an atmosphere of joy and festivity.

In Bengal, it is the goddess Kali who is so honored,  in North India the festival also celebrates the return of Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, and Hanuman to the city of Ayodhya, where Rama’s rule of righteousness was inaugurated.

The ancient story of how Diwali evolved into such a widely celebrated festival is different in various regions and states of India. In the north, particularly in Uttar Pradesh, Punjab, Haryana, Bihar and the surrounding areas, Diwali is the day when King Rama’s coronation was celebrated in Ayodhya after his epic war with Ravana, the demon king of Lanka. By order of the royal families of Ayodhya and Mithila, the kingdom of which Sita was princess, the cities and far-flung boundaries of these kingdoms were lit up with rows of lamps, glittering on dark nights to welcome home the divine king Rama and his queen Sita after 14 years of exile, ending with an across-the-seas war in which the whole of the kingdom of Lanka was destroyed.

On the day of Diwali festival, doorways are hung with torans of mango leaves and marigolds. Rangolis are drawn with different colored powders to welcome guests. The traditional motifs are often linked with auspicious symbols of good luck. Oil diyas are arranged in and around the house. Because of these flickering lamps, the festival has acquired its name : Dipawali or Diwali meaning ‘a rows of lamps’. On this day, people buy something for the house or some jewelry for the women of the house. It is auspicious to be buy something metallic, such as silver.

Whatever may be the fables and legends behind the celebrations of Diwali, all people exchange sweets, wear new clothes and buy jewelry at this festive time. Card parties are held in many homes. Diwali has become commercialized as the biggest annual consumer spree because every family shops for sweets, gifts and fireworks. However, in all this frenzy of shopping and eating, the steady, burning lamp is a constant symbol of an illuminated mind.

Diwali Fun and Party Idea

Gambling (Playing Cards) Teen Patti Rummy are encouraged during the Diwali season as a way of ensuring good luck for the coming year and in remembrance of the games of dice played by the Lord Shiva and Parvati on Mount Kailasa or between Radha and Krishna. In honour of Lakshmi, the female player always wins during Diwali.

Diwali celebration in South India, which uses the Shalivahana calendar,  In South India, the new year (Ugadi), is followed by persons in Andhra Pradesh and Karnataka. Vishu and Varsha Pirappu are celebrated in Kerala and Tamil Nadu respectively. These festivals occur at about the same time, generally during April.

Diwali in UK 2016 England, the days are Dhanteras, Narak Chaturdashi, Lakshmi-Puja, the most important day, Padwa or Varshapratipanda and Bhaiya Dooj or the Teeka Ceremony.

In Trinidad and Tobago, the day of Diwali is a public holiday and celebrations precede the Lakshmi-Puja day for almost two weeks. This event is one of the foremost religious observances for the country.

The Diwali season is also significant to Sikhs. During the festival time in 1620, the sixth Guru, Hargobind Singh, gained the release of 52 Hindu princes who had been falsely imprisoned in Gwalior Fort by the rulers of the area, the Mughals. The Golden Temple of Amritsar was lit with many lights to welcome the release of Guru Hargobind; Sikhs have continued the tradition.

Jains also celebrate Diwali, as a celebration of the establishment of the dharma by Lord Mahavira. The festival’s lights symbolizes the light of holy knowledge that was extinguished with Mahavira’s passing.

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