When Is Diwali festival in 2020, 2021 and 2022?
Diwali falls in either October or November consistently, dependent upon the example of the moon. It's seen on the fifteenth day of Kartik, the holiest month within the Hindu lunar calendar.
In 2020, Diwali festival is on November 14. (See calendar).
In 2021, Diwali festival is on November 4.
In 2022, Diwali festival is on October 24.
Diwali Festival Dates Detailed Information
The Diwali celebration really runs for five days, with the headliner occurring on the third day in many spots in India. It's related with Lord Ram's re-visitation of his realm in Ayodhya after outcast and protecting his significant other from evil spirit ruler Ravan on Dussehra. Nonetheless, in south India, the celebration is seen as the thrashing of Narakasura. It's a one-day festivity, known as Deepavali, that typically falls a day prior to the fundamental Diwali date yet now and again happens around the same time (when the lunar days cover). The celebration isn't commended in Kerala however. Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of favorable luck and success, is the essential god venerated during Diwali. Every day has an exceptional criticalness as follows.
The first day (November 12, 2020) is referred to as Dhanteras, or Dhanatrayodashi. 'Dhan' approach wealth and 'teras' refers back to the thirteenth day of a lunar fortnight at the Hindu calendar. Lord Dhanvantari, the Hindu god of drugs and an incarnation of Lord Vishnu, is stated to have introduced Ayurveda and the nectar of immortality to mankind in this day. There are some of temples in Kerala and Tamil Nadu devoted to Dhanvantari and Ayurveda. Legend additionally has it that Goddess Lakshmi became born from the churning of the sea in this day, and she or he is welcomed with a unique puja (ritual). Gold and different metals (along with kitchen utensils) are historically purchased. People additionally accumulate to play playing cards and gamble, as it is notion to be auspicious and could deliver wealth in the course of the year.
The 2nd day (Nov 13, 2020) is understood as like Naraka Chaturdasi then Chhoti Diwali (little Diwali). "Naraka" signifies damnation then "Chaturdashi" signifies fourteenth period of a lunar fortnight concerning the Hindu schedule. Goddess Kali and Lord Krishna are accepted to have wrecked the devil Narakasura on this day. Evil spirit likenesses are scorched in Goa in festivity. In 2020, Naraka Chaturdasi covers along Amavasya yet spring round the identical time, of November 14.
The third day (November 14, 2020) is that the new phase of the moon day referred to as Amavasya. This haziest day of the month is the most huge day of the Diwali celebration in the north and west India. Lakshmi is venerated on this day, with a unique puja acted at night. Goddess Kali is likewise for the most part loved on this day in West Bengal, Odisha, and Assam (in spite of the fact that Kali Puja now and again falls a day sooner depending upon the lunar cycle). The south Indian Deepavali festivity is moreover celebrated on this day in 2020.
The fourth day (Nov 15, 2020) has different implications across India. In north India, Govardhan Puja is commended because the day when Lord Krishna crushed Indra, the divine force of thunder and downpour. In Gujarat, it's commended as the beginning of another year. In Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the triumph of Lord Vishnu over evil spirit ruler Bali is praised as Bali Pratipada or Bali Padyami.
The fifth day (Nov 16, 2020) is known as Bhai Dooj. It's devoted to commending sisters, likewise that Raksha Bandhan is committed to siblings. Siblings and sisters get together and share food, to respect the connection between them.