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Dhanteras-Special Jewellery Trends For This Year
This Dhanteras, do not be double-minded in buying new jewellery. While buying jewellery on Dhanteras is considered to be auspicious, it does not mean that you shall give up on style. Get out of the mindset that traditional jewellery is boring ...
Kuber Mantra And Meaning Of Dhanteras Puja
The festival of lights has finally arrived and the whole country is preparing to welcome Goddess Lakshmi into their homes. Diwali is a five-day celebration in our country, Dhanteras being the first day. Dhanteras is a very important day for ...
Kubera Mantra And Meaning Of Dhanteras Puja
Dhanteras: Significance And Pooja Vidhi
Diwali is the most awaited festival in our country. It is very significant and is celebrated with much fanfare.Diwali is the celebration of triumph of good over evil. It is celebrated to commemorate the return of Lord Ram back to ...
Dhanteras 2019: Date, Puja Vidhi And Mantra
During the Hindu month of Karthika, the thirteenth day of the Krishna paksha, as per the Hindu calendar Vikram Samvat, is observed as Dhanteras. It is said that the celebration of Diwali begins from Dhanteras and goes on for five days. ...
Dhanteras Puja Vidhi And Mantra
Significance Of Celebrating Dhanteras
India is a country that celebrates a lot of festivals, and some of them extend for more than 2 days. Navratri, Diwali, etc., are some of those extended festivals, which fill our lives with fun, happiness and laughter. Diwali is a ...
Rituals Associated With Dhanteras
Dhanteras ushers in the celebrated festival of lights -- Diwali. Dhanteras is also known as Dhantrayodashi, which is the 13th day of the Hindu calendar month of Kartik. The festival of Dhanteras used to be observed only by a few communities. ...
Rituals Of Dhanteras
Diwali 2019: The Legend And Significance Of Dhanteras
Dhanteras, also known as Dhantrayodashi, is the day that marks the beginning of Diwali - a five-day Hindu festival. It is celebrated on the thirteenth day of the Kartik month according to the Hindu calendar. 'Dhan' literally means wealth and 'terah' means ...
 
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