Diwali 2022 date in India calendar, when is Diwali in 2022: Date, Puja Timing & Significance

Diwali 2022 date in India calendar, when is Diwali in 2022: Date, Puja Timing & Significance

The five-day festival of Diwali begins on Dhanteras and ends on Bhaiya Dooj. On the gloomiest night of the year, during the Hindu month of Kartik, the Diwali celebration is observed. This celebration takes place on Kartik Amavasya.

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Diwali 2022 Date in the Indian calendar

Diwali's date is determined by the Indian calendar and changes every year, ranging from October to November. It is observed on the 15th day of the 8th month (the month of Kartik) in India's calendar. The day is an Amavasya or 'new moon day'. In India, Deepavali (Diwali) will be celebrated on Monday, October 24, 2022.

 

Diwali 2022 Puja Timings

The Lakshmi Puja Muhurat for Diwali 2022 is from 06:53 to 08:16 on October 24th, which is a period of 1 hour and 23 minutes.

 

Diwali 2022 Important Days and Dates

The name Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit Deepavali, which means "Line of Lamps." It is one of the most significant celebrations in India, ushering in a new year, and is frequently contrasted with Christmas in the West. The 5 days of Diwali celebrations often feature a separate ceremony or tradition. All of the Diwali days are given below, along with the associated calendar dates, and what happens each day is also mentioned

5-Day Celebration Calendar
 
Festival
Day & Date
Celebration
Day 1 Dhanteras Saturday, 22nd October 2022 Purchasing Gold & Metal
Day 2 Choti Diwali Sunday, 23rd October 2022 Decoration & Making Rangoli
Day 3 Diwali (Laxmi Puja) Monday, 24th October 2022 Laxmi Pujan
Day 4 Govardhan Tuesday, 25th October 2022 Prayers to Lord Govardhan(Krishna)
Day 5 Bhai Duj Wednesday, 26th October 2022 Celebration of brothers and sisters

 

Significance of Diwali

The Hindu goddess of prosperity, Maa Lakshmi, is said to visit Earth on the day of Diwali and bestow happiness, money, and prosperity upon everyone who celebrates it.


Considered to be the celebration of lights, Diwali. It is regarded as the day to ignite the lamp of inner strength, wisdom, and qualities. Each of the festival's five days teaches us something and serves a vital purpose.

Diwali 5 Day Celebration Calendar

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