The festival of Dhanteras is a festival celebrated with great pomp in Hindu society. Dhanteras is celebrated on the day of Trayodashi of Krishna Paksha in Kartik month. This festival of Dhanteras comes just 2 days before Deepawali and it is on this day that the Diwali Mahaparava begins.
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Interesting and important facts related to Dhanteras festival
Why is the festival of Dhanteras celebrated?
According to Hindu scriptures and Puranas, besides the very precious and precious items during the churning of the sea, the moon of Sharad Purnima, Kamadhenu cow on Kartik Dwadashi, Lord Dhanvantari on Krishna Trayodashi of Kartik month, and Goddess of wealth on the new moon day of Kartik month Goddess Lakshmi appeared from the sea. Therefore, the festival of Dhanteras is widely known two days before Deepawali.
Importance of Dhanteras
The importance of Dhanteras in our lives is that whatever we do, we should do it very carefully. We should celebrate any festival with joy and happiness because happiness grows by sharing. Also, buying utensils on the day of Dhanteras is considered very auspicious. You must buy a small or big pot on the day of Dhanteras.
As per the sacred texts, Lord Dhanvantari is the doctor of the divine beings. Their dedication and love give them medical advantages. It is believed that Lord Dhanvantari is the tenor of Vishnu.