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1757 Lakshmi Puja Timings on Diwali for Fairfield, Connecticut, United States


1757 Lakshmi Puja

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Fairfield, United States
Lakshmi Puja
November 1757
Thursday / गुरूवार
Lakshmi Ganesha Saraswati Pujan
Lakshmi Ganesha Saraswati Pujan

Pradosh Kaal Muhurat

Lakshmi Puja on Thursday, November 10, 1757
Lakshmi Puja Muhurat - 04:44 PM to 06:28 PM
Duration - 01 Hour 44 Mins
Pradosh Kaal - 04:42 PM to 07:30 PM
Vrishabha Kaal - 04:44 PM to 06:28 PM
Amavasya Tithi Begins - 02:09 PM on Nov 10, 1757
Amavasya Tithi Ends - 12:55 PM on Nov 11, 1757

Nishita Kaal Muhurat

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat - 11:15 PM to 12:10 AM, Nov 11
Duration - 00 Hours 55 Mins
Mahanishita Kaal - 11:14 PM to 12:10 AM, Nov 11
Simha Kaal - 11:15 PM to 01:47 AM, Nov 11
Amavasya Tithi Begins - 02:09 PM on Nov 10, 1757
Amavasya Tithi Ends - 12:55 PM on Nov 11, 1757

Choghadiya Puja Muhurat

Auspicious Choghadiya Muhurat for Diwali Lakshmi Puja
Morning Muhurat (Chara, Labha, Amrita) - 02:09 PM to 02:12 PM
Afternoon Muhurat (Shubha) - 03:27 PM to 04:42 PM
Evening Muhurat (Amrita, Chara) - 04:42 PM to 08:12 PM
Night Muhurat (Labha) - 11:42 PM to 01:26 AM, Nov 11
Early Morning Muhurat (Shubha, Amrita) - 03:11 AM to 06:41 AM, Nov 11

Lakshmi Puja in Recent Years

1754 - Tuesday, 15 October
1755 - Monday, 3 November
1756 - Friday, 22 October
1757 - Thursday, 10 November
1758 - Tuesday, 31 October
1759 - Saturday, 20 October
1760 - Thursday, 6 November
1761 - Monday, 26 October
1762 - Saturday, 16 October
1763 - Friday, 4 November
1764 - Wednesday, 24 October

* Lakshmi Puja dates are calculated for Fairfield, United States

Notes: All timings are represented in 12-hour notation in local time of Fairfield, United States with DST adjustment (if applicable).
Hours which are past midnight are suffixed with next day date. In Panchang day starts and ends with sunrise.

1757 Lakshmi Puja | Diwali Puja

Lakshmi Puja Vrat and rituals

On the day of Diwali, people should get up early in the morning and pay tribute to their ancestors and worship family gods. Being Amavasya day, people also perform Shradh for their ancestors. Traditionally, most Puja are performed after keeping a day long fast. Hence, the devotees of Goddess Lakshmi observe a day long fast on the day of Lakshmi Puja. The fast is broken after Lakshmi Puja in the evening.

Lakshmi Puja Preparations

Most Hindu families decorate their homes and offices with marigold flowers and Ashoka, mango and banana leaves on the day of Lakshmi Puja. It is considered auspicious to keep Mangalik Kalash covered with unpeeled coconut at both side of the main entrance of the home.

For Lakshmi Puja preparations, one should keep a red cloth at the right hand side on a raised platform and install idols of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on it after adorning them with silk clothes and jewellery. After this, one should keep a white cloth at the left hand side on a raised platform for installing Navgraha gods. One should prepare nine slots of Akshata (unbroken rice) for installing Navgraha on the white cloth and prepare sixteen slots of wheat or wheat flour on the red cloth. One should perform Lakshmi Puja with full rituals as described on Lakshmi Puja Vidhi.

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat

On Diwali, Lakshmi Puja should be done during Pradosh Kaal which starts after sunset and approximately lasts for 2 hours and 24 minutes. Some sources propose Mahanishita Kaal also to perform Lakshmi Puja. In our opinion Mahanishita Kaal is best suited for Tantrik community and practicing Pandits who know the best about Lakshmi Puja during this special time. For common people we propose Pradosh Kaal Muhurat.

We don't advise to choose Choghadiya Muhurat to perform Lakshmi Puja as those Muhurtas are good only for travelling. The best time for Lakshmi Puja is during Pradosh Kaal when Sthir Lagna prevails. Sthir means fixed i.e. not moveable. If Lakshmi Puja is done during Sthir Lagna, Lakshmiji will stay in your home; hence this time is the best for Lakshmi Pujan. Vrishabha Lagna is considered as Sthir and mostly overlaps with Pradosh Kaal during Diwali festivity.

We provide exact window for Lakshmi Puja. Our Muhurat times contain Pradosh Kaal and Sthir Lagna while Amavasya is prevailing. We provide Muhurat based on location, hence you should select your city first before noting down Shubh Lakshmi Puja timings.

Many communities especially Gujarati businessmen do Chopda Pujan during Diwali Puja. During Chopda Puja new account books are inaugurated in presence of Goddess Lakshmi to seek Her blessing for the next financial year. Diwali Puja is also known as Deepavali Puja and Lakshmi Ganesh Pujan.

The whole team of www.drikpanchang.com wishes you happy and prosperous Diwali 1757.

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