Dhanteras, a significant Hindu festival, ushers in the grand celebrations of Diwali with a vibrant display of wealth and prosperity.
Taking place on the thirteenth day of the Kartik month in the Hindu calendar, Dhanteras sets the stage for the five-day festival of lights.
When is Dhanteras? Dhanteras 2023 Date
Dhanteras 2023 falls on Thursday, November 10, 2023, marking a day of devotion, rituals, and festive celebrations.
Dhanteras Puja Muhurat & Time
Dhanteras Ritual Or Pooja Vidhi
On Dhanteras, devotees worship Goddess Lakshmi, the bestower of wealth, and Lord Kubera, the God of wealth.
The Dhanteras mantra for wealth and prosperity resonates in homes. The day is devoted to seeking happiness, prosperity, and wealth.
Beyond material riches, Dhanteras embodies rich traditions, including lighting lamps, crafting intricate rangolis, and decorating entrances with torans.
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Dhantrayodashi Pooja Muhurat
Dhanteras Shopping Muhurat
According to the calculations of the Panchang, the auspicious time for buying gold and other items on Dhanteras will start from 12:35 in the afternoon and will continue till 6:40 in the morning on November 11, the next day.
If you miss buying during that time, you can still buy between 06:40 am to 1:57 pm on November 11.
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Dhanteras is not just a day to accumulate wealth but also to strengthen the bonds of family and to seek blessings for the well-being of loved ones. It’s a time to usher in prosperity and celebrate the beauty of tradition. Happy Dhanteras!
Dhanteras marks the beginning of Diwali and is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kubera, seeking wealth, prosperity, and happiness. It also emphasizes the well-being of households and the longevity of husbands through various customs and rituals.
Dhanteras 2023 will be celebrated on Thursday, November 10, 2023.
The best time for Lakshmi Puja on Dhanteras is during Pradosh Kaal when Sthir Lagna prevails, signifying stability and fixed energy.
The timings for Dhanteras Puja may vary depending on the location, so it’s advisable to consult local authorities or knowledgeable individuals for precise timing.