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Diwali "The Light Festival" is the Biggest Festival of Hindus which is celebrate on Nov11, 2015. On the occasion of Diwali we worship goddess Lakshmi. Lakshmi Puja on Diwali during Pradosh time after sunset while Amavasya Tithi prevails. If Amavasya Tithi is getting over before sunset then Lakshmi Puja is done on Chaturdashi Tithi when Amavasya prevails after sunset. We do Lakshmi Puja in Lagna Muhurat which is perfect timings for Lakshmi Puja. The following four Lagna(s) are considered fixed in nature and are considered good for Lakshmi Puja.
  1. Vrishchika Lagna
  2. Kumbha Lagna
  3. Vrishabha Lagna
  4. Singh Lagna
As Goddess Lakshmi is movable and never stays at a single place for long, there are always attempts to make Her fixed or prolong Her stay at one place by worshiping Her during a fixed Lagna. It is believed that worshiping Goddess Lakshmi during fixed Lagna would make Her stable or at least prolong Her stay at one place. On the day of Amavasya during Diwali festivities, Vrishchika Lagna prevails in morning, Kumbha Lagna during afternoon, Vrishabha Lagna during evening and Singh Lagna during midnight. Hence Vrishabha Lagna is considered the most significant as it overlaps with Pradosh just after sunset.



We have given all fixed Lagna Muhurat for Diwali Puja. People can choose the most suitable Muhurat for themselves after going through below categorization of Puja timings.
  1. Vrishchika Lagna (Scorpio) - Vrishchika Lagna prevails during early morning on Diwali. Lakshmi Puja during Vrishchika Lagna is most suitable for temples, hospitals, hotels, schools and colleges. People who are involved in public affairs, politics, various TV and film artists, show anchors, insurance agents should also worship Goddess Lakshmi during Vrishchika Lagna.
  2. Kumbha Lagna (Aquarius) - Kumbha Lagna prevails during afternoon on Diwali. Lakshmi Puja during Kumbha Lagna is suitable for sick people, people in debt, those who want to get rid of bad influence of Lord Shani, those who are losing money in business and have accrued huge debt in business.
  3. Vrishabha Lagna (Taurus) - Vrishabha Lagna prevails during evening on Diwali. Lakshmi Puja during Vrishabha Lagna is the most suitable time for those who stay in family, married, having kids, middle class, lower class, rural folks, farmers, salaried people and businessmen engaged in all sorts of work. This is the most significant Muhurta for Lakshmi Puja on Diwali.
  4. Singh Lagna (Leo) - Singh Lagna prevails during mid-night on Diwali. Lakshmi Puja during Singh Lagna is the most suitable time to appease Goddess Lakshmi for hermits, saints, world renouncers and Tantrik community.

Lakshmi Puja Timings:

Vrishchika Lagna Muhurat = 07:12 to 09:30
(morning)
Duration = 2 Hours 17 Mins
Kumbha Lagna Muhurat = 13:18 to 14:48
(afternoon)
Duration = 1 Hour 29 Mins
Vrishabha Lagna Muhurat = 17:51 to 19:47
(evening)
Duration = 1 Hour 56 Mins
Amavasya Tithi Begins = 21:23 on 10/Nov/2015
Amavasya Tithi Ends = 23:16 on 11/Nov/2015
 

Happy Diwali 2015 to everyone, We knows why Diwali is celebrated so, we have some awesome Diwali 2015 JokesDiwali 2015 Greetings Cards with imagesDiwali 2015 Quotes, helps you to spread the joy and excitement of the festive season. Here we share the latest Diwali Jokes along with some beautiful Diwali Greetings Cards which you can share with your friends and loved ones on the occasion oDiwali which is on November 11, 2015 this year.
The festival of Diwali gives an important message to all of us that “There will be always victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness”.










HAPPY DIWALI 2015 JOKES AND SMS

1)
Apko Diwali Mubarak Ho,
Apki Diwali Mangalmaye Ho..
I know its too early
But I have thousands of
Beauties, hotties and smarties to wish…
So I thought I should finish the Aunties & Uncles 1st :p
2)  A friend is awesome, a friend is great,
Good times or bad, they are always straight,
Every part of our lives they permeate,
They are God’s gift, our very life they elevate,
They share everything with us, important or even innate,
Here’s my Diwali wish, no one can replicate…!!
3)
Wanna know my top 4 Diwali achievements?
  1. Lighting all the Diyas.
    3. Burning all the crackers.
    2. Gorging on ala the Mithai and Ladoos,
    1. Sharing all this fun with a friend like you.

Being with you makes my each day a celebration!
(Just kidding. Tu kisi kaam ka thodi hai :p )

Chal Phir bhi,
Happy Diwali, and have an awesome Day.

4) Kya Bharosa hai
“Mobile Kaa”
“Battery kaa”
“Charger Kaa”
“Network Kaa”
“Balance Kaa”
“Life kaa”
“Time kaa”
“Esi Liye Abhi Advance Me
“Happy Diwali”
5) This Diwali I will send you “CASH”
C-Care
A-Affection
S-Smiles
H-Hugs
Nahi pagle, itna ameer nahi hu :p
6)
1st Sardar : Jab phatake phut te 
hai to pahle light dhekhai deti 
hai phir awaz, aisa kyon?
2nd Sardar : Kyonki hamari aankh
 aage hai aur kaan piche
 
7) Boy bought a rocket for his

girlfriend on Diwali

G.F : Why the hell have you bought a rocket for me?

Boy : You wanted stars naa ?

Now sit on this and Get lost
 
8) 
Internet Browser history deleted;
And also WhatsApp gallery and videos deleted.
Bas ho gayi hamari diwali ki saaf-safai
If you know what I mean





😉

9) Diwali aa Rahi Hai,
Mai Apna Man Sirf
Pooja
Archna
Arti
Shraddha
Bhawana Me Hi Lagana
Chahta Hu
Apke Pados Me Koi
Rehti Ho To Bataiye Ga Zaroor!
Happy Diwali

10)
Reva to Neel:  ” what is Bruce Lee’s
 Favorite festival?”
Neel didnt know
Reva:  “Diwa Lee”
Reva:  “What does Bruce Lee have
 outside his home during Diwlai?”
Again Neel silent
Reva:  “Rango Lee”
Reva: “what did Bruce Lee give 
his sister as a gift?”
Neel Confused
Reva:  “chaniya cho lee”
 
11) Diwali Ke din EK BAR 2 JUDWAA
BACHCHE EK KAMRE ME BAITHE THE!
1 HAS-HAS KE LOT-POT HO RAHA
 THA WAHIN DUSRA EK KONE ME 
UDAS BATHA THA!!!!!!!!!!
PAPA-TUM ITNA HAS KYUN RAHE HO?
BETA-MUMMY NE DONO BAR ISI KO 
NAHLA DIYA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
HA—–HA——HA 
 
13) Big B-Mere Pas Rocket Hai, SurSuri Hai,
Chakri Hai, Murga Bumb Hai, Tumhare 
Pas Kya Hai?
Shashi- Mere Pas MAA…chis Hai.
Happy Diwali
 
14) Apun wishing u a wonderful,

super-duper,

zabardast,

xtra-badhiya,

xtra special

ekdum mast n dhinchak,

bole to ekdum Jhakaas

“HAPPY DiWALi”
 
15) This SMS will EXPLODE in 5 seconds….

:05

:04

:03

:02

:01

(((((BOOM)))))

“*”*”*”*”*”*”

*”*”HAPPY”*”*

“*”DIPAWALI”*”

….*”*”*…..
 
16) 
Light a lamp of love; Bomb the chain of sorrow; Shoot a rocket of prosperity; And fire a flowerpot of happiness! Wish you and your family a Sparkling Deepawali!
 
 17) Rocket - Rs. 90

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Bomb - Rs. 70

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Anaar - Rs. 85

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Fuljaddi - Rs. 45

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Chakri - Rs. 130


Total = Rs. 420........


It's a completely wastage of money.


BLENDER PRIDE or SIGNATURE (RED) + Tandoori Chicken = Maximum Rs. 750


Khoob Khao aur Peeyo... Patakhe Khud Bajenge.

Have a Peggy and Leggy Diwali!
 
18) Though I miss you a lot... but I 
know our love and affection filled with beautiful memories would help in
 filling the festivities of Diwali with a lot of sparkle.

Happy Diwali! 
 
19) Santa: How does a married man
Celebrates a noiseless Diwali..?
Banta: By going abroad…??
Santa: No. By sending his wife
To her parents’ place..!!  😛 

20) I’m maachis & you’re pataka,
Together we are & it will be double dhamaka…!!

21) Aapke life mein mithaas ho “Cadbury” jaise
Rounak ho “Asian Paints” jaise
Mehak ho “Axe” jaise, Tazgi ho “Colgate” jaise
Aur tension-free rahe “Huggies” jaise…..!!!! 

22) Husband drunk, and came to home
Wife at door: how dare you..??
You promised me that you did not drink
Without any Occasion, then why you drunk today?

Funny husband: Darling,
The festival of crackers Diwali is coming..!!!

Wife: so what ? What’s new in that…

Husband: we need bottles to light rockets dear 😛

23) गया दशहरा और दिवाली आने को तैयार
मौसम रहा बदल भैया कहीं हो ना जाओ तुम बीमार
मम्मी-डैडी से कहना रोज़ बादाम खिलाना
दिवाली मनाने संग हमारे आना ..


24) Is-se pehle ki diwali ki shaam aa jaaye,
badhaayion ka silsila aam ho jaaye,
bheed mein shaamil humaara bhi naam ho jaaye,
kyun na abhi se diwali ka salaam ho jaaye.

25) Pataakhon ki aawaaz se goonj rahaa sansaar,
deepak ki roshni aur apno ka pyaar,
mubaarak ho aapko,
Deepawali ka tyohaar sapariwaar..

26) Laxmi ji virajein aapke Dwaar,
Sone-Chandi se bhar jaayein aapke ghar-baar,
Jeevan mein aayein khushiyaan apaar,
Subh-kaamnayein humaari karein sweekar.
Happy Diwali..

27) Diwali Parv hai Khushio ka,
Diwali Parv hai Khushio ka,
Ujalo ka, Laxmi ka.... Is Diwali Aapki Zindagi khushio se bhari ho,
Duniya ujalo se roshan ho, ghar par Maa Laxmi ka Aagman ho...
Happy Diwali

28) DON ki talaash 11 mulkon ki police kar rahi hai,
par DON ko pakadna mushkil hi nahi naa-mumkin hai.
Aap khush-naseeb ho jo DON khud aapko Deepawali wish kar raha hai.
Happy Deepawali

29) जब दिवाली आती है
मिट्टी की भी कीमत बढ़ जाती है
पटाखों के धुएँ में दुनिया
गाँव की चूल्हे वाली रसोई नज़र आती है ..

30) Har diye so roshan ho aapki zindagi ki raahein,
har roshni ki kiran se roshan ho yeh fizaayein,
aapke liye Rabb se karte hain ye duaaein,
aapko Deepawali ki haardik shubh-kaamnaayein.

31) Lakshmi ka saath ho,
Saraswati ka haath ho,
Ganesh ka niwas ho aur Maa Durga ke aashirwaad se
aapke jeewan mein prakash hi prakash ho.
Happy Diwali..

32) Aaj se aap ke yahaan dhan ki barsat ho,
Maa Laxmi ka vaas ho,
Sankaton ka naash ho aur
Unnati ka aapke sar par taj ho..
Happy Diwali..

33) Light a lamp of love;
Bomb the chain of sorrow;
Shoot a rocket of prosperity;
And fire a flowerpot of happiness!
Wish you and your family a Sparkling Deepawali!

34) May the eight Goddesses from the Heaven
Dhanlaxmi
Dhanyalaxmi
Dhairyalaxmi
Shouryalaxmi
Vidyalaxmi
Karyalaxmi
Vijayalaxmi and
Rajlaxmi
pour tonnes of blessings on you!
Have a blessed Diwali!

35) May the sparkle of solitaires brighten your fingers;
Your Louis Vuittons and Bottegas remain filled with money;
The Rolexes and Cartiers bless you with good times;
And may the Louboutins and Jimmy Choos make you look stunning!
Happy Diwali!

36) Your eyes shimmer like a Phuljharri;
Your nose as shapely as an Anaar;
Your ears as beautiful as Chakari;
Your eyebrows shapely like a Pencil; Hair braided like a beautiful Larri;
Your personality takes off like a Rocket;
And your body is simply a Bomb.
Happy Diwali to a scintillating Patakha!

37) I miss the noise of the crackers;
I miss the lighted rockets in the sky;
I miss your dancing on the Chakaris;
I miss admiring the colourful Anaars;
But what I miss the most is your childhood;
When you filled the house with happiness and joy.
Happy Diwali to my wonderful child!

38) May the holy trinity of Shiv, Vishnu and Brahma bless your and your family and Laxmi fill your home with love, peace and prosperity!
Wish you a very happy Diwali!

39) Troubles as light as air and love as deep as the ocean;
Friends as solid as diamonds and success as bright as gold.
These are the wishes for you and your family on the eve of Diwali!

40) Though I miss you a lot... but I know our love and affection filled with beautiful memories would help in filling the festivities of Diwali with a lot of sparkle.
Happy Diwali!

41) May you always celebrate all the wonderful blessings of God that are already dancing through your life.
Happy Diwali!

42) May the festival of Deepavali results in victory of:
Good over evil
Light over darkness
Knowledge over ignorance
And hope over despair.
Have a blessed Diwali!

43) Burst the Indian crackers, light up the trees;
They shouldn't be Chinese even if they're free.
Our enemy shouldn't harness our Diwali festival;
Think of our armed forces and support our economy.
Happy Diwali!

44) May this festival of lights illuminate your path, journey and life.
Wishing you a Happy Diwali!

45) This Diwali - burst your EGO... and not CRACKERS!

46) May the passion and splendor, that are a part of this auspicious holy festival fill your entire life with prosperity, happiness and a much brighter future.Warm wishes on this festival of light to you and your family.
Happy Diwali!

47) Wishing you and your family, health, success and a journey towards the never ending light.
May this festival fill your mind with peace and tranquility!
Happy Diwali!

48) May God illuminate your life with millions of lamps and lights;
Give you and your family prosperity, joy, peace, health and wealth.
Happy Diwali!

49) Gulab Jamuns, Rasgullas, Laddus, Sparklers, Crackers and Diyas,
All are back here to announce the arrival of Diwali.
So adorn your most colorful attires and get ready to celebrate.
Wish you a smashing Diwali!

50) After a long Diwali weekend, the boss entered the board room and said, "Let's Start".
A half-sleepy employee threw a 100 rupee note and said, "MERI SAU KI BLIND"!

51) Friends are awesome, friends are great;
Good times or bad, they're always straight;
Every sphere of our lives they permeate;
They're God's gift, our life they elevate;
They share everything, important or even innate;
Here's Diwali wish, no one can replicate!

52) Times of the past, I remember with a whiff;
When we were together, it was sheer bliss;
Now I get nostalgic and those days I terribly miss;
Now here comes Diwali wish; sealed with a kiss!

53) It's the time of the year the time when we reiterate our commitments; renew our relationships; communicate our feelings by remembering our friends, family and colleagues.
Here's a warm wish from the bottom of the heart to you and your family!
Happy Diwali!

54) As the candlelight flame, may you always happy remain;
As the mountain high, you move without sigh;
As sunshine creates morning glory, fragrance fills your years as flory;
With the immaculate eternal smile, attached to you mile after mile;
All darkness is far away, as light is on its way.
Wish you and your family a very happy Diwali!

55) Candles to enjoy life;
Decorations to light life;
Presents to share success;
Fire Crackers to burn evils;
Sweets to sweeten success;
And Pooja to thank God!
Happy Diwali!

56) All that I wish for you during this festival of lights is:
D: Dazzling lights
I: Immense joy
W: Windfall
A: Abundant peace
L: Lavish festivities
I: Illustrious life
Have a happy, prosperous and blessed Diwali!

57) From this Diwali to the next, may our friendship grows fonder, gets more meaningful, experiences rocking parties and ventures into immeasurable joy trips!
Happy Diwali!

58) During this festival of Diwali, may
Goddess Lakshmi enters your home;
Goddess Durga gives you strength;
Goddess Saraswati bless you with knowledge;
And Goddess Kali destroy your enemies!
Have a blessed Diwali!

59) Santa: How does a married man celebrates a noiseless Diwali?
Banta: By going abroad?
Santa: No. By sending his wife to her parents' place!
Happy Diwali! 

60) Diwali Advice:
Please insist on Manmohan Brand firecrackers only for noiseless Diwali!
Happy Diwali!

61) May light triumph over darkness in your life on this auspicious festival!
Happy Diwali!

62) May this festive season dawn a new light in your life; and you enjoy abundant happiness and wealth!
Have a very happy Diwali!

63) Diwali Warning:
Avoid using Kingfisher beer bottle to fire rockets... they may not fly!

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65) Three people were asking your mobile number. I didn't share it with them but I gave them your home address.
They are coming to your home this on this Diwali.
They are:
SUKH
SHANTI and
SAMRIDDHI
Please extend them a warm welcome and embrace them so that they stay with you forever.
HAPPY DIWALI!


66) I pray to God that He gives you:
Shanti
Shakti
Sampati
Swarup
Saiyam
Saadgi
Safalta
Samridhi
Sanskar
Swaasth
Sanmaan
Saraswati and
SNEH
SHUBH DIWALI!


67) Your Eyes are Chakaris;
Your Lips are Rockets;
Your Smile is Phuljari;
Your Cheeks are Anaar;
You are a Patakha;
And your figure is a Bomb!
Please escape from here before I light you with a candle!
Happy Diwali!

68) The falling of Diwali and Muharram on the same day is a sign that we are all children of the same God.
May Eeshwar and Allah give us strength to love and respect the different faiths and co-exist in harmony!

69) Dieting Karke Kya Fayda;
Ek Din To Sabne Marna Hai.
Char Din Ki Hai Zindagani;
Agle Janam Phir 3 Kilo Se Hi Shuru Karna Hai!
Eat, drink and be merry!
Happy Diwali! 

70) Enough of BBM Pin sharing:
As it's the time of festivals, please share your ATM Pin now!
Happy Diwali!

71) D: Decorate your home with
I: Incandescent lamps and have a
W: Wonderful and
A: Auspicious festival of
L: Lights, which brings
I: Incredible joy, love, laughter, peace and wealth into your life!
Have a very Happy Diwali!

72) November 09: DHANTERAS
May Kuber ji always keep your coffers full!

November 10: KALI CHAUDAS
May Goddess Kali abolish laziness and evil from your life!

November 11: DIWALI
May Goddess Lakshmi light your life with happiness and prosperity!

November 12: NUTAN VARSH
May you be blessed by offering an 'Annakut", or a "mountain of food", to God as a symbol of appreciation and gratitude. Nutan Varsha Abhinandan!

November 13: BHAI DHOOJ
May you be blessed with love of siblings!

November 14: LABH PANCHAM
May you have an auspicious start to business on Kartik!

Happy Festival Season!

73) The truth of life is that existence wants our life to become a festival... because when one is unhappy, we also throw unhappiness all around.
Celebrate this festival of light and spread joy, happiness and warmth all around!
Happy Diwali!

74) During this festival season, may your luck with cards stays by your side at all times!
Happy Diwali!

75) May you share the bounties bestowed by Goddess Luxmi on you, with the underprivileged and thus spread the joys and happiness in their life!
Happy Diwali!

76) May this festival of light
Burn your sorrows like crackers;
Brighten your life with candles;
Sweeten your days with sweetmeats;
And augment your earnings like presents!
Happy Diwali!

77) Though you're away this Diwali, you're always with me in my thoughts. Thinking of you and looking forward to seeing you soon!
Wishing you a Happy Diwali filled with peace, success and happiness!

78) The sun does not shine there, nor do the moon and the stars, nor do lightning shine. All the lights of the world cannot be compared even to a ray of the inner light of the Self.
Merge yourself in this light of lights and enjoy the festival of lights! Happy Deepawali!

79) This Diwali, may you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganeshji's trunk;
Wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach;
Happiness as sweet as his sweets;
And may your trouble be as small as his mouse.
Happy Diwali! 

80) May the lights of Diwali show us the way and lead us together on the path of peace and social harmony!
Wish you a very Happy Diwali!

81) I wish that the only time there is darkness around you is when you are watching your favorite movie or sleeping peacefully!
Happy Deepawali!

82) Many Deepavali festivals have come and gone. Yet the hearts of the vast majority are as dark as the night of the new moon. The house is lit with lamps, but the heart is full of the darkness of ignorance. O man! wake up from the slumber of ignorance. Realize the constant and eternal light of the soul which neither rises nor sets, through meditation and deep enquiry.
Have a serene and blissful Diwali!

83) May the warmth and splendor, that are a part of this auspicious festival, fill your life with happiness and bright cheer; and bring to you joy and prosperity, for the whole year.
Warm wishes on this festival of Diwali!

84) May Goddess Lakshmi step into your home and bring peace, contentment, happiness, good health and wealth in your life!
Happy Diwali Greetings!

85) May this festival of lights help you in attaining inner illumination!
May the supreme light enlighten your understanding!
May you acquire the inexhaustible spiritual wealth of the inner-self!
May you prosper gloriously on the material as well as spiritual planes!
Wish you a blissful Diwali!

86) May Goddess Lakshmi bestow you with opulence and prosperity;
Lord Ganesha remove every obstacle from your life;
Lord Shiva bestow you with mercy and compassion;
Goddess Parvati give you love and devotion;
Lord Brahma give you wise speech;
And Lord Vishnu give you peace and truth!
Have a blessed and blissful Deepavali!

87) You have no idea how much l like you;
How much you make me smile;
How much l love talking to you:
Or how much l wish you were here!
I wish you were able to brighten my festivities on this festival of lights!
Missing you! Happy Diwali!

89) On this Diwali festival, may you be blessed with
Hrithik's six pack body;
Salman's perennial youth;
Saif's eye for freshness;
Shah Rukh's sense of humour;
Aamir's dedication for excellence;
And Amitabh's continuous reigning success!

90) Sun glows for a day;
Candle for an hour;
Matchstick for a minute;
But a wish glows forever.
Here is my wish for a glowing Diwali and glowing life!
Santa: How does a married man
Celebrates a noiseless Diwali..?
Banta: By going abroad…??
Santa: No. By sending his wife
To her parents’ place..!!  😛 - See more at: http://diwaliwishes2014.in/happy-diwali-jokes-in-english-funny-messages.html#sthash.FgwtVJ24.dpuf

Diwali which is a pan India festival is celebrated in almost all parts of India with equal zeal and vigor. Almost every Hindu participates in the celebration and helps to make this festival take a shape of grandeur. This festival takes such a grandeur celebration that the festival no more remain confined to the land of India only. The festival of Diwali is celebrated worldwide now. However the passion and zeal in the celebration is no less from the people who celebrates this festival in India.
One must be wondering as to why this festival is given such a preference over the rest of other Hindu festivals? Well the reason being for the festival of Diwali us considered as the one that signifies the victory of good over the evil. Thus in order to drive all evils away the festival of Diwali is observed for it is believed that the evil spirits are destroyed into ashes by the fireworks.
Thus in order to celebrate this festival, many kinds of jubilations and feasts take place all around the world. The Hindus in Guyana, Fiji, Mauritius, Myanmar, Malaysia, Nepal, Japan, Thailand, Srilanka, Trinidad and Tobago as well as Britain, Indonesia, Singapore, Africa, Australia and even Southern America are known to celebrate Diwali thus they leave no stone unturned to celebrate this festival at its utmost.




DIWALI CELEBRATIONS IN USA

What Do People Do?

Diwali is one of the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated among many people and communities in the United States. Many schools, community groups, Hindu associations, Indian organizations and corporate businesses get involved in celebrating Diwali. Politicians, including governors and past presidents, previously made public announcements expressing their greetings and well wishes to Hindus on Diwali.
Many Indian stores sell jewelry and traditional outfits, such as chiffon saris, as well as statues of Hindu deities and incent sticks used in prayer around this time of the year. Many women and girls use mehendi, which is a temporary henna decoration, on their palms. It is also common to wear fine jewelry and silk outfits to celebrate this joyous festival.
Various lights, candles and sparklers are lit on Diwali. Some businesses celebrate Diwali with Indian sweets and Chai tea. Many homes that celebrate Diwali have assorted sweets, savories and Diwali herbs. Some communities organize firework displays and states such as Utah have proclaimed Diwali as one of their state festivals.

Public Life

Diwali is not a nationwide public holiday in the United States but it is a large festival celebrated in many towns and cities. There may be traffic congestion and parking places may be full in areas where events are held to celebrate Diwali. Some Indian businesses may close early on Diwali.

Background

Diwali is called the Festival of Lights and is celebrated to honor Rama-chandra, the seventh avatar (incarnation of the god Vishnu). It is believed that on this day Rama returned to his people after 14 years of exile during which he fought and won a battle against the demons and the demon king, Ravana. People lit their houses to celebrate his victory over evil (light over darkness).
The goddess of happiness and good fortune, Lakshmi, also figures into the celebration. It is believed that she roams the earth on this day and enters the house that is pure, clean, and bright. Diwali celebrations may vary in different communities but its significance and spiritual meaning is generally “the awareness of the inner light”.

Symbols

Lamps, fireworks and bonfires illuminate this holiday, as the word “Deepawali” means “a row or cluster of lights” or “rows of diyas (clay lamps)”. The festival symbolizes the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness. The goddess Lakshmi, who symbolizes wealth, happiness and prosperity, is also worshipped during Diwali.

DIWALI CELEBRATIONS IN OTHER COUNTRIES

Diwali in UK
The celebration observed is no less in vigor then seen in India, for the people in Britain make sure they clean themselves as well their homes so as to provide a feeling of piousness and austerity. People out there wear new clothes and decorate their homes with fancy decorative lights to celebrate the occasion. The British city of Leicester is however notably famous for the Diwali extravaganza. The official switch-on ceremony is the highlight of Diwali celebrations in Leicester. Thousands of people gather in order to witness the ceremony.

Diwali in Australia
Australia has an estimated population of 100,000 Indians settled there, with the majority of them being Hindus. Thus it is quite evident that the festival of Diwali will quite be a major festival in the country with large scale of Diwali events, like carnivals and fairs, organized in cities such as Sydney and Melbourne. The events that are mainly featured are fireworks display, food stalls offering Diwali sweets and delicacies, musical performances and also burning the effigy of Ravana.

Diwali in Fiji
The customs of celebration is no different for the people of Fiji for Indo Fijian community just like the Indian community decorate their homes with flashing lights. Apart from Hindus in the island nation, non-Hindus also take part in the festivities. Apart from bursting crackers, children also actively take part in various extracurricular activities held in their schools. Various sweets and fireworks are exchanged amongst each other which mark as a sign of merrymaking. The diyas, candles and electric lights are lit in the evening. The celebrations are culminated by feasting.

Diwali in Nepal
The festival of Diwali is known as 'Tihar' in Nepal and is thus celebrated for five days, in the month of October/November. On the first day of the celebrations, cows are worshipped and given offerings. On the second day, dogs are revered and offered special food. The third day celebration of Diwali in Nepal is quite similar to that in India, for the festival is celebrated with lights, lamps and social activities. On the fourth day of celebration, Yama, the Lord of Death, is worshipped and appeased. Whereas on the fifth and final day of the celebration, brothers and sisters meet and exchange gifts. Thus the customs and traditions observed in Nepal are quite dissimilar with that of India.

Diwali in Malaysia
Despite having only about 8% of its population belonging to Hindu community, Diwali is still serves as an important festival in Malaysia. The community celebrates the festival as a symbol of triumph of good over evil. Known as Hari Diwali, it is a public holiday in the country. The traditional ritual of oil bath begins the festival which includes prayers at household altars and visit to temples. Temples are adorned with flowers and oil lamps while parades and concerts are organized in some of the major cities. However Malaysia has strictly banned the bursting of fire crackers in this country.

Diwali in Indonesia
The name Indonesia is derived from two Greek words: "Indos" meaning Indian and "Nesos" meaning islands. Thus it has well knitted connection with India and the Indians. Though the majority of Indonesia population follows Islam, however Hindus constituent about 2% of Indonesia's total population. Thus that does not mean that the land lags behind in the celebration of Diwali for it is celebrated with much pomp and gaiety. The island of Bali is mainly famous for the celebrations of Diwali, as the majority of the Indians are concentrated there. They celebrate the festival by following rituals that are native to India. The celebrations in the country are hence similar to that of India.

Diwali in Trinidad
Diwali celebrations in Trinidad are marked by the colorful display of fireworks. Since 1966, the festival is celebrated for nine days and culminated with a national holiday. Indian classical music performances, Hindu devotional song renditions, dance shows are organized during the festival. People clad themselves in ethnic Indian attire, to take part in the merrymaking.

Diwali in Singapore
Singapore is largely inhabited by wide number of Indian people. And Serangoon Road in Singapore is famous for Diwali its celebrations. This is the place where maximum people of Indian origin reside. During Diwali, the streets in Singapore are filled with families, who are busy shopping for the festival. The archways are decorated with flowers and garlands. Diyas are also lit. People visit Hindu temples in Singapore to offer prayers.

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Lets fill our home with prayers and lights not with fumes and crackers – Happy Green Diwali

Life is a festival only to the wise.


May peace transcend the bridge- Happy Diwali 2015.


May the festival of lights brighten up you and your near and dear ones lives


The festival of lights is just around the corner wish you all a Very Happy Diwali.


If u want to become a great man in the world. Spend your life like a Diwali Diyas.


Lets fill our home with prayers and lights not with fumes and crackers – Happy Diwali


Rejoice on this blessed occasion by spreading joy with your friends and loved ones.


Let this diwali burn all your bad times and enter you in good times. Happy Deepavali.


On this diwali, I am sending you a diya of my love, I hope you will keep it lighted forver.


Let me make your Diwali more colorful with the lights of wishes of my heart. Happy Diwali


Happy, Happy Diwali! I hope the day has been blessed with the presence of those you love most, and many magical moments!


Life with you is like diwali, so lets promise to be together like this forever. Wish you a very Happy Diwali!


Wishing you a year rich with wisdom, light and love… Happy Diwali


May peace transcend the bridge- Happy Diwali 2015


With a hope that you attain success and bliss with every light that is lit on the day of DIWALI
–Happy Diwali


Diwali night is full of lights, may your life be filled with colors and lights of happiness. Happy Diwali!


HAPPY DIWALI TO YOU! may you celebrate it well.surrounded by family,friends,and lots of love and remember.. !


Deepavali main deepo ka deedar, bado ka pyar n sabka dular

Diwali night is full of lights, may your life be filled with colors and lights of happiness. Happy Diwali!


May the beauty of this festival of lights, Fill your home with happiness, prosperity, joy and never ending Success stories- Happy Diwali 2015


As you celebrate this holy occasion, you are wished the brightest moments that Diwali can bring, lots of love and laughter to fill your days with cheer and a New year that is sure to bring you, the best of everything.Happy Diwali!









Diwali night is full of lights,Crackers may your life be filled with colors and lights of happiness.

Happy Diwali to all of my friends..!


Sending you Happy smiles for every moment of your special day. Have a wonderful time and a very Happy Diwali to you....


On this great day I wish you very wonderful happy diwali and may god help you every time in your life..


May this Diwali Lakshmi Maa Fill your Home with Happines .Happy Deepavali


On this precious moment of deepavali I wish you very happy diwali and I pray that you will get all your endeavors fulfilled as well as you get lots of gifts and sweets on this diwali.


May the light of diwali fill your home with light of joy and happiness.On this great day I wish you a happy dewali..


Har pal khushiya ho sath apke, kabhi daman na ho khali apka, humari taraf se apko shubh Deepawali..


Happiness is in air Its Deepawali everywhere Lets show some love and Respect And wish everyone out there Happy Diwali...


Sun glows for a whole day;
Candle glows for an hour;
Matchstick glows for a minute;
But a wish glows forever.
Here is my wish for a glowing Diwali and glowing life!....


A Diwali festival full of sweet and childhood memories,
sky is full of fireworks,
mouth is full of sweets,
house full of diyas , light and heart full of joy.
Wishing you all a very happy Diwali to you..!


May millions of lamps illuminate your life
with endless joy,prosperity,health & wealth forever
Wishing you and your family a very
"HAPPY DEEPAVALI"


Phool ki shuruvat ...kali se hoti hai,
###Zindagi ki shuruvat pyar se hoti hai,
Pyar ki shuruvat __apno se hoti hai aur
apno ki shuruvat !!!aapse hoti hai.
Wish you a Happy Diwali


[2015] Happy Diwali Quotes in Hindi, English, Marathi | Dilwali Sayings | Diwali Poems

Happy Diwali Poems

Diwali is the most popular festival of The Hindus. Diwali is not simply about Lighting Diyas, Bursting Crackers and Relishing Good Food. It is also about enlightenment of soul and burning all your bad times. Diwali – a festival of Lights, Customs and Traditions. So everyone want to wish their for showing love and attraction towards them so, we’re providing Diwali 2015 Poems for you.



Aayaa Tyohaar Diwali Ka
Aayaa tyohaar Diwali ka
Bachcho ki khushhali ka
Bablu kahate papa se
Mujhako PC lana hai
guriya kahati mammi se
hame sitar bajana hai
papa bare achambhe me hai
ye mausam kangali ka
Aayaa tyohaar diwali ka

Bibi kahati pati dev se
Jab bonus tum paayoge
Sabse pahale haar sunahara
La mujhako pahnaao ge
Pati dev to mook bane hai
Rupaya denaa udhaari ka
Aayaa tyohaar diwali ka

Sab ki farmaish se tang huye hai
Bablu guriya ke papa ji
Patni to sir chadh kar bole
Kabhi na kahati aao ji
Ab bhaag na sakate papa ji
Jo theka liye rakhwali ka
Aayaa tyohaar diwali ka

Tu Jagmagaaye Teraa Deep Jagamagaaye
Tu jagmagaaye teraa deep jagamagaaye
Saare jahaan ki khushiya tere bhee ghar ko aaye
Ganga aur Yamuna sa nirmal ho tera man
Ambar our dhara sa swachh ho tera tan
Is nagar me teri jyoti chamchamaaaye
Tu jagmagaaye teraa deep jagamagaaye

Achchhe karmo se jag me naam hogaa tera
Teri aahat se buraiya lengi nahi basera
Tere marane ke baad bhee log tera naam gaaye
Tu jagmagaaye teraa deep jagamagaaye

Mit jaaye andhera jo teri dagar me aaye
Aaye kabhi na gam jo deti chintaaye
Naam amar ho tera ek taaraa timtimaaye
Tu jagmagaaye teraa deep jagamagaaye

Door karna chhuachoot mandir masjid ka jhagara
Koi mare na bhookha koi rahe na kangala
Aane waalaa kal tera naam gungunaaye
Tu jagmagaaye teraa deep jagamagaaye


Deep Jalao, Khushi Manao
Deep Jalao, Khushi Manao
Aayi Diwali Aayi!

Raat Amaavas ki to kya,
Ghar-ghar hua ujaala
Saje kangure deepshikha se,
Jyon pehne ho mala
Man mutav mat rakhna bhai,
Aayi Diwali Aayi!

Jhilmiljhilmil bijli ki
Rang birangi ladiyan
Nanhe munne hathon main veh
Dil fareb phuljhariyan
Diwali hai parv milan ka,
Bharat milihin nij bhai
Chaurahe, mandir, galiyon main
Lage hue hain mele
Nazar pade jis or dikhe,
Bhare khushi se chehre
Chaudah baras baad laute hain,
Siyalakhan Raghurai
Diwali ke din hain jaise,
Ghar main ho koi shaadi
Andar bahar hoye safedi,
Khush amma, khush daadi
Govardhan ko dhare chhanguriya
Inhi dinan gosayin


Ayi Re Ayi Diwali
Ayi Re Ayi Diwali
Patakhe tohfe layi Diwali
Dil ko khush karne ayi Diwali
Ayi re ayi diwali
Ayi re ayi diwali
Maze karte huye bacche dekho
Mummy ka na Papa ka dar hai
School ka na Teacher ka dar hai
Bulb fool lagate Papa
Mandir sajati dekho Mummy
Bacche hain khelte koodte
Pathako main ekdum must hai
Khaana dekho banati chachi
Chocolate khate dekho chacha
Bhagwanji ki puja main sab
Shish jhukn ke baithe dekho
Arti lekar or parshaad khaakar
Jhoom utha saara parivaar
Ayi re ayi diwali
Ayi re ayi diwali
Khushiya dekho lai diwal
Ayi Re Ayi Diwali 


A Poem for Diwali in English

As echelons of zillion lights adorn,
and echoes of triumph and thunder swarm,
watching even a tiny gleam perform,
devoring ill,
sparkling joy despite forlorn,
exhorts a hearty & happy year merely born

Season of Lights
Dunes of vapors from crackers rise,
Engulf, as odorous airs resound
Effusing joys to all abound
Pearls of gleams in these autumn nights
Adorn our lives else trite
With sparklers that motley skies
As soaring spirits of powder wander
Let us thank the heavenly might,
In this festive season of lights.

Sonnet: Diwali
Today’s the `Festival of Lights’ all o’er;
A joyful day for minds and hearts and souls;
And people throng the Temples to offer,
Prayers, resolving to take better roles.


And most of them are richly clad and clean,
And eat such dainty foods and sweets with mirth;
Whilst noisy crackers burst, their lights are seen,
It seems to be a happy day on Earth!

But are there not hearts woe-filled, very sad?
Denied of laughter, smiles for days;
Today’s the triumph of Good over bad;
But what about the wastage in much ways?
True joy is when you see someone else smile!
True charity gives joy in Heav’nly style.
 

Diwali
The sweet smell of flowers
The array of colors
Diwali is here
Firecrackers are heard
Candles are lit
Children play
Presents are given
We pray to the gods
Diwali is here.


Happiness of 'Diwali'
Joy, Joy, Joy,
We can play with our cousins
We can eat so many sweets
We can fire crackers
We can worship Goddess Lakshmi because
It is Diwali
Happy Diwali



Deepavali Delights
Deepavali is here, Deepavali is here
That grand festival of Lights
That ends evil after a protracted fight
When good with all its might
Leads us from darkness to Light.

Deepavali is here, Deepavali is here
That great festival of sound
When crackers and laughter abound
When crackers and sparklers light up the sky
When delighted children jump with joy.

Deepavali is here, Deepavali is here
That gorgeous festival of snacks and sweets
Where everyone enjoys a royal feast
When old and young with delight meet
With love and affection all hearts beat.

Diwali is here, Diwali is here
That gracious festival which celebrates victory
The ancient festival of myth and mystery
That is mentioned in both mythology and history
The festival that signals Triumph over Tragedy.

It's the "Festival of Lights" today,
It's again the day of Diwali,
It's time to dress up folks,
It's time to adorn the thali.

It's the occasion to throng the temples,
Pray to the Gods and give them offerings,
It's an opportunity to entreat the deities,
To bless us all and rid us of sufferings.

It's the day to light the diyas,
Ignite the rockets and burst crackers,
But it's also the time to be safe,
From the fireworks and all the sparklers.

It's the season to pay a visit,
To all our friends and relations,
To hand them over sweets and presents,
Diwali is our splendid chance.

But while you spend a time of joy,
Don't think it's merriment all the way,
Out there wait many of those,
For whom it's no time to be gay.

Denied of laughter and smiles for days,
They know not what it is to enjoy,
Can you not share something you have,
Can you not bring them a little joy?

When you can make someone else smile
When you can be someone's ally
That's when you can yourself be glad
That's when you'll have a HAPPY DIWALI!


The clear blue sky,
The scent of flowers,
The colours of Rangoli,
And the sound of crackers.

The gifts and sweets from dear ones,
And the getting of their love,
The light of the candles below,
And the dazzling fireworks up above.

Lighting lamps at our homes,
Making the less fortunate smile,
Putting on new apparels,
Show our friends some style.

Paying respects to the gods,
And decorating for them the thali,
This is what the occasion is all about,
This is the spirit of Deepavali.

May the Joy, Cheer, Mirth
& Merriment of this divine
festival surround you forever?
May the happiness,
that this season brings,
brighten your life and
Hope the year Brings you luck
& fulfils all your dearest dreams!
Happy Diwali…
Today’s the `Festival of Lights’ all o’er;
A joyful day for minds and hearts and souls;
And people crowd the Temples to offer,
Prayers, resolving to take better roles.
Many Many Happy Returns Of Diwali
Dunes of vapours from crackers rise,
overwhelm as odorous air resound
Effusing joy to all abound
Pearls of glitter in this autumn nights
beautify our lives else trite
Paying respects to the gods, 
And decorating for them the thali, 
This is what the occasion is all about,
This is the spirit of Deepavali.
The sweet smell of flowers
The array of colours
Diwali is here
Firecrackers are heard
Candles are lit
Children play
Presents are given
We pray to the gods
Diwali is here.

DIWALI SAYING




The truth is that existence wants your life to become a festival...because when you are unhappy, you also throw unhappiness all around.
Today’s the `Festival of Lights’ all over; A joyful day for minds and hearts and souls; Laughter and smiles for many days; Let there be triumph in every way.
All that I wish for you during this festival of lights is: D : Dazzling lights I : Immense joy W : Windfall A : Abundant peace L : Lavish festivities I : Illustrious life
May this diwali, you be blessed with good fortune - as long as Ganeshji's trunk, wealth and prosperity - as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his ladoos and troubles - as small as his mouse.
Doubt is like darkness, Trust is like light, There is no way to destroy light by throwing darkness in to it. So come together and enjoy the festival of lights...
The significance of Deepavali is the removal of darkness and ignorance from the mind and filing it with goodness.
Diwali- A festival full of sweet memories, sky full of fireworks, mouth full of sweets,house full of diyas and heart full of enjoyment.
          On this auspicious festival of lights, may the glow of joy, prosperity and happiness illuminate   your life and your home. Wishing you a Happy Diwali. 

          May these rich blessings be your due, a wealth of friendships, old and new. Some service rendered, some solace given, and gentle peace with god and heaven. Heartfelt wishes for you and your family on the eve of Diwali.


HAPPY DIWALI QUOTES IN TAMIL


 தீபங்கள் ஜொலிக்க, பட்டாசு வெடிக்க,
      புது துணி உடுத்தி,  மகிழ்ச்சியுடன் 
     இந்நாளை நீங்கள் கொண்டாட, 
     என் இனிய தீபாவளி வாழ்த்துக்கள்.

2.   “நல்ல எண்ணங்கள்” என்ற 
       தீப விளக்கை ஏற்றி வைத்து ,
     “இருள்” என்ற தீமையை அழிப்பதே
    தீபாவளி! என் இனிய தீபாவளி வாழ்த்துக்கள்.

3.  Valkaiyil ilappadhu tappe illai,
     aanal matravar valkai nammal ilakka kudhathu.
    Many more happy Deepavali valthukal.

4. Aalaalukku
    Ippadi Peasaama
    Irundha Eppadi…???
    Innum Konjam
    Naall dhaan Irukku!!!
    Yaaraavadhu
    Advance Wishes 
    Aarambingappa…
    Naaney
    Arambikkirean

*** Happy Diwali***

5. Valkaiyil ilappadhu tappe illai,
    aanal matravar valkai nammal ilakka kudhathu…….
    Many more happy Deepavali valthukal…
 6. Deebathirkum Deepavallikkum
Nerungiya Sambandham Undu.
“Deebam” Enral “Olli-Villakku”.
“Aavalli” Enral “Varisai”
Varisaiyai Villakkerri,
Irul Neekki,
Olli Tharum Pandigaiye

7. Nalla Ennangal”
Enra Deeba Villakkai
Yetri Vaithu,
“Irul” Enra
Theemaiyai Azhippadhe
Deepavalli
8.  Enkaluku diwali nayrikiya aadai pidithu vaithu veeda 2 aadhan phorul enkal edyamkali mudiyu matrum aadhan aavi neenaivu naanparkal vepamathamal matrum sathoshma 

9. Ungal Vaalkayil
thunbangal ellam karaindhu poga,
olimayamaana ethirkaalam pirakka,
Ninaithadhai ellam saadikka,
Indha Deepawali thirunaalil,
Magilchiyudan en iniya vaalthukka


Diwali "The Light Festival" is the Biggest Festival of Hindus which is celebrate on Nov11, 2015. On the occasion of Diwali we worship goddess Lakshmi. Lakshmi Puja on Diwali during Pradosh time after sunset while Amavasya Tithi prevails. If Amavasya Tithi is getting over before sunset then Lakshmi Puja is done on Chaturdashi Tithi when Amavasya prevails after sunset. We do Lakshmi Puja in Lagna Muhurat which is perfect timings for Lakshmi Puja. The following four Lagna(s) are considered fixed in nature and are considered good for Lakshmi Puja.
  1. Vrishchika Lagna
  2. Kumbha Lagna
  3. Vrishabha Lagna
  4. Singh Lagna
As Goddess Lakshmi is movable and never stays at a single place for long, there are always attempts to make Her fixed or prolong Her stay at one place by worshiping Her during a fixed Lagna. It is believed that worshiping Goddess Lakshmi during fixed Lagna would make Her stable or at least prolong Her stay at one place. On the day of Amavasya during Diwali festivities, Vrishchika Lagna prevails in morning, Kumbha Lagna during afternoon, Vrishabha Lagna during evening and Singh Lagna during midnight. Hence Vrishabha Lagna is considered the most significant as it overlaps with Pradosh just after sunset.
We have given all fixed Lagna Muhurat for Diwali Puja. People can choose the most suitable Muhurat for themselves after going through below categorization of Puja timings.
  1. Vrishchika Lagna (Scorpio) - Vrishchika Lagna prevails during early morning on Diwali. Lakshmi Puja during Vrishchika Lagna is most suitable for temples, hospitals, hotels, schools and colleges. People who are involved in public affairs, politics, various TV and film artists, show anchors, insurance agents should also worship Goddess Lakshmi during Vrishchika Lagna.
  2. Kumbha Lagna (Aquarius) - Kumbha Lagna prevails during afternoon on Diwali. Lakshmi Puja during Kumbha Lagna is suitable for sick people, people in debt, those who want to get rid of bad influence of Lord Shani, those who are losing money in business and have accrued huge debt in business.
  3. Vrishabha Lagna (Taurus) - Vrishabha Lagna prevails during evening on Diwali. Lakshmi Puja during Vrishabha Lagna is the most suitable time for those who stay in family, married, having kids, middle class, lower class, rural folks, farmers, salaried people and businessmen engaged in all sorts of work. This is the most significant Muhurta for Lakshmi Puja on Diwali.
  4. Singh Lagna (Leo) - Singh Lagna prevails during mid-night on Diwali. Lakshmi Puja during Singh Lagna is the most suitable time to appease Goddess Lakshmi for hermits, saints, world renouncers and Tantrik community.

Lakshmi Puja Timings:

Vrishchika Lagna Muhurat = 07:12 to 09:30
(morning)
Duration = 2 Hours 17 Mins
Kumbha Lagna Muhurat = 13:18 to 14:48
(afternoon)
Duration = 1 Hour 29 Mins
Vrishabha Lagna Muhurat = 17:51 to 19:47
(evening)
Duration = 1 Hour 56 Mins
Amavasya Tithi Begins = 21:23 on 10/Nov/2015
Amavasya Tithi Ends = 23:16 on 11/Nov/2015



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Shree Ganesh Aarti


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Maa Lakshmi Aarti

ॐ जय लक्ष्मी माता, तुमको निस दिन सेवत,
मैया जी को निस दिन सेवत
हर विष्णु विधाता || ॐ जय ||

उमा रमा ब्रम्हाणी, तुम ही जग माता
ओ मैया तुम ही जग माता
सूर्य चन्द्र माँ ध्यावत, नारद ऋषि गाता || ॐ जय ||

दुर्गा रूप निरंजनी, सुख सम्पति दाता
ओ मैया सुख सम्पति दाता
जो कोई तुम को ध्यावत, ऋद्धि सिद्धि धन पाता || ॐ जय ||

तुम पाताल निवासिनी, तुम ही शुभ दाता
ओ मैया तुम ही शुभ दाता
कर्म प्रभाव प्रकाशिनी, भव निधि की दाता || ॐ जय ||

जिस घर तुम रहती तहँ सब सदगुण आता
ओ मैया सब सदगुण आता
सब सम्ब्नव हो जाता, मन नहीं घबराता || ॐ जय ||

तुम बिन यज्ञ न होता, वस्त्र न कोई पाता
ओ मैया वस्त्र ना पाटा
खान पान का वैभव, सब तुम से आता || ॐ जय ||

शुभ गुण मंदिर सुन्दर, क्षीरोदधि जाता
ओ मैया क्षीरोदधि जाता
रत्ना चतुर्दश तुम बिन, कोई नहीं पाता || ॐ जय ||

धुप दीप फल मेवा, माँ स्वीकार करो
मैया माँ स्वीकार करो
ज्ञान प्रकाश करो माँ, मोहा अज्ञान हरो || ॐ जय ||

महा लक्ष्मीजी की आरती, जो कोई जन गाता
ओ मैया जो कोई गाता
उर आनंद समाता, पाप उतर जाता || ॐ जय ||

The Universal Aarti

Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare
Swami Jaya Jagadheesha Hare
Bhakta janonke sankat
Bhakta janonke sankat Kshan me door kare
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Jo dhyave phal pave
Dhukh bin se man ka
Swami dhukh bin se man ka
Sukha sampati Ghar ave
Sukha sampati Ghar ave
Kasht mite tan ka
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Mata pita tum mere
Sharan padum mi kis ki
Swami sharan padum mi kis ki
Tum bina aur na dooja
Tum bina aur na dooja
Asha karum mi kis ki
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Tum pooran Paramatma
Tum Antaryami
Swami Tum Antaryami
Parabrahma Parameshwara
Parabrahma Parameshwara
Tum sab ke Swami
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Tum karuna ke sagar
Tum palan karta
Swami Tum palan karta
Mi sevak tum swami
Mi sevak tum swami
Kripa karo bharta
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Tum ho ek agochar
Sab ke pranapati
Swami sab ke pranapati
Kis vidhi miloom dayamaya
Kisi vidhi miloom dayamaya
Tum ko mi kumati
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Deena bandhu dukh harta
Tum rakshak mere
Swami tum rakshak mere
Apane hast uthavo
Apane hast uthavo
Dwar khada mi tere
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Vishaya vikar mithavo
Pap haro deva
Swami pap haro deva
Shraddha bhakti badhavo
Shraddha bhakti badhavo
Santan ki seva
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Tan man dhan sab kuch hi tera
Swami sab kuch hi tera
Tera tujh ko arpan
Tera tujh ko arpan
Kya lage mera
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare

Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare
Swami Jaya Jagadheesha Hare
Bhakta janonke sankat
Bhakta janonke sankat
Kshan me door kare
Om Jaya Jagadheesha Hare


DIWALI PUJA VIDHI

माता लक्ष्मीजी के पूजन की सामग्री अपने सामर्थ्य के अनुसार होना चाहिए। इसमें लक्ष्मीजी को कुछ वस्तुएँ विशेष प्रिय हैं। उनका उपयोग करने से वे शीघ्र प्रसन्न होती हैं। इनका उपयोग अवश्य करना चाहिए। वस्त्र में इनका प्रिय वस्त्र लाल-गुलाबी या पीले रंग का रेशमी वस्त्र है।

माताजी को पुष्प में कमल व गुलाब प्रिय है। फल में श्रीफल, सीताफल, बेर, अनार व सिंघाड़े प्रिय हैं। सुगंध में केवड़ा, गुलाब, चंदन के इत्र का प्रयोग इनकी पूजा में अवश्य करें। अनाज में चावल तथा मिठाई में घर में बनी शुद्धता पूर्ण केसर की मिठाई या हलवा, शिरा का नैवेद्य उपयुक्त है।

प्रकाश के लिए गाय का घी, मूंगफली या तिल्ली का तेल इनको शीघ्र प्रसन्न करता है। अन्य सामग्री में गन्ना, कमल गट्टा, खड़ी हल्दी, बिल्वपत्र, पंचामृत, गंगाजल, ऊन का आसन, रत्न आभूषण, गाय का गोबर, सिंदूर, भोजपत्र का पूजन में उपयोग करना चाहिए।

तैयारी
चौकी पर लक्ष्मी व गणेश की मूर्तियां इस प्रकार रखें कि उनका मुख पूर्व या पश्चिम में रहे। लक्ष्मीजी, गणेशजी की दाहिनी ओर रहें। पूजनकर्ता मूर्तियों के सामने की तरफ बैठें। कलश को लक्ष्मीजी के पास चावलों पर रखें। नारियल को लाल वस्त्र में इस प्रकार लपेटें कि नारियल का अग्रभाग दिखाई देता रहे व इसे कलश पर रखें। यह कलश वरुण का प्रतीक है।

दो बड़े दीपक रखें। एक में घी भरें व दूसरे में तेल। एक दीपक चौकी के दाईं ओर रखें व दूसरा मूर्तियों के चरणों में। इसके अतिरिक्त एक दीपक गणेशजी के पास रखें।

मूर्तियों वाली चौकी के सामने छोटी चौकी रखकर उस पर लाल वस्त्र बिछाएं। कलश की ओर एक मुट्ठी चावल से लाल वस्त्र पर नवग्रह की प्रतीक नौ ढेरियां बनाएं। गणेशजी की ओर चावल की सोलह ढेरियां बनाएं। ये सोलह मातृका की प्रतीक हैं। नवग्रह व षोडश मातृका के बीच स्वस्तिक का चिह्न बनाएं।

इसके बीच में सुपारी रखें व चारों कोनों पर चावल की ढेरी। सबसे ऊपर बीचोंबीच ॐ लिखें। छोटी चौकी के सामने तीन थाली व जल भरकर कलश रखें। थालियों की निम्नानुसार व्यवस्था करें- 1. ग्यारह दीपक, 2. खील, बताशे, मिठाई, वस्त्र, आभूषण, चन्दन का लेप, सिन्दूर, कुंकुम, सुपारी, पान, 3. फूल, दुर्वा, चावल, लौंग, इलायची, केसर-कपूर, हल्दी-चूने का लेप, सुगंधित पदार्थ, धूप, अगरबत्ती, एक दीपक।

इन थालियों के सामने यजमान बैठे। आपके परिवार के सदस्य आपकी बाईं ओर बैठें। कोई आगंतुक हो तो वह आपके या आपके परिवार के सदस्यों के पीछे बैठे।

चौकी
 

(1) लक्ष्मी, (2) गणेश, (3-4) मिट्टी के दो बड़े दीपक, (5) कलश, जिस पर नारियल रखें, वरुण (6) नवग्रह, (7) षोडशमातृकाएं, (8) कोई प्रतीक, (9) बहीखाता, (10) कलम और दवात, (11) नकदी की संदूकची, (12) थालियां, 1, 2, 3, (13) जल का पात्र, (14) यजमान, (15) पुजारी, (16) परिवार के सदस्य, (17) आगंतुक।

पूजा की संक्षिप्त विधि
 

सबसे पहले पवित्रीकरण करें।

आप हाथ में पूजा के जलपात्र से थोड़ा सा जल ले लें और अब उसे मूर्तियों के ऊपर छिड़कें। साथ में मंत्र पढ़ें। इस मंत्र और पानी को छिड़ककर आप अपने आपको पूजा की सामग्री को और अपने आसन को भी पवित्र कर लें।

ॐ पवित्रः अपवित्रो वा सर्वावस्थांगतोऽपिवा।
यः स्मरेत्‌ पुण्डरीकाक्षं स वाह्यभ्यन्तर शुचिः॥
पृथ्विति मंत्रस्य मेरुपृष्ठः ग षिः सुतलं छन्दः
कूर्मोदेवता आसने विनियोगः॥

अब पृथ्वी पर जिस जगह आपने आसन बिछाया है, उस जगह को पवित्र कर लें और मां पृथ्वी को प्रणाम करके मंत्र बोलें-

ॐ पृथ्वी त्वया धृता लोका देवि त्वं विष्णुना धृता।
त्वं च धारय मां देवि पवित्रं कुरु चासनम्‌॥
पृथिव्यै नमः आधारशक्तये नमः

अब आचमन करें
पुष्प, चम्मच या अंजुलि से एक बूंद पानी अपने मुंह में छोड़िए और बोलिए-
ॐ केशवाय नमः
और फिर एक बूंद पानी अपने मुंह में छोड़िए और बोलिए-
ॐ नारायणाय नमः
फिर एक तीसरी बूंद पानी की मुंह में छोड़िए और बोलिए-
ॐ वासुदेवाय नमः

फिर ॐ हृषिकेशाय नमः कहते हुए हाथों को खोलें और अंगूठे के मूल से होंठों को पोंछकर हाथों को धो लें। पुनः तिलक लगाने के बाद प्राणायाम व अंग न्यास आदि करें। आचमन करने से विद्या तत्व, आत्म तत्व और बुद्धि तत्व का शोधन हो जाता है तथा तिलक व अंग न्यास से मनुष्य पूजा के लिए पवित्र हो जाता है।

आचमन आदि के बाद आंखें बंद करके मन को स्थिर कीजिए और तीन बार गहरी सांस लीजिए। यानी प्राणायाम कीजिए क्योंकि भगवान के साकार रूप का ध्यान करने के लिए यह आवश्यक है फिर पूजा के प्रारंभ में स्वस्तिवाचन किया जाता है। उसके लिए हाथ में पुष्प, अक्षत और थोड़ा जल लेकर स्वतिनः इंद्र वेद मंत्रों का उच्चारण करते हुए परम पिता परमात्मा को प्रणाम किया जाता है। फिर पूजा का संकल्प किया जाता है। संकल्प हर एक पूजा में प्रधान होता है।

संकल्प -  


आप हाथ में अक्षत लें, पुष्प और जल ले लीजिए। कुछ द्रव्य भी ले लीजिए। द्रव्य का अर्थ है कुछ धन। ये सब हाथ में लेकर संकल्प मंत्र को बोलते हुए संकल्प कीजिए कि मैं अमुक व्यक्ति अमुक स्थान व समय पर अमुक देवी-देवता की पूजा करने जा रहा हूं जिससे मुझे शास्त्रोक्त फल प्राप्त हों। सबसे पहले गणेशजी व गौरी का पूजन कीजिए। उसके बाद वरुण पूजा यानी कलश पूजन करनी चाहिए।

हाथ में थोड़ा सा जल ले लीजिए और आह्वान व पूजन मंत्र बोलिए और पूजा सामग्री चढ़ाइए। फिर नवग्रहों का पूजन कीजिए। हाथ में अक्षत और पुष्प ले लीजिए और नवग्रह स्तोत्र बोलिए। इसके बाद भगवती षोडश मातृकाओं का पूजन किया जाता है। हाथ में गंध, अक्षत, पुष्प ले लीजिए। सोलह माताओं को नमस्कार कर लीजिए और पूजा सामग्री चढ़ा दीजिए।

सोलह माताओं की पूजा के बाद रक्षाबंधन होता है। रक्षाबंधन विधि में मौली लेकर भगवान गणपति पर चढ़ाइए और फिर अपने हाथ में बंधवा लीजिए और तिलक लगा लीजिए। अब आनंदचित्त से निर्भय होकर महालक्ष्मी की पूजा प्रारंभ कीजिए।


Why Goddess Lakshmi is Worshiped on Diwali  : Importance of Lakshmi Pooja on Diwali.

 

On the day of Diwali Lord Ganesha is worshiped with Goddess Lakshmi instead Lord Vishnu. There are many questions arises, why Lord Vishnu is not worshiped with  Goddess Lakshmi and what is the relation between Lakshmi and Ganesha?  The answers of all these questions can be answered by one mythological  story.

Mythological Story

Once upon a time Lord Vishnu and Goddess Lakhmi were having conversation in heaven and Goddess Lakshmi was praising herself and telling Lord Vishnu that she is the most worship worthy in the world and by her grace, a  person can get all the pleasures of this world and becomes happiest  person. By hearing the self praising by Goddess Laksmi, Lord Vishnu said  to her for reducing her ego, “You are having all the qualities, still  you did not feel the joy of motherhood till now and for a lady, the  motherhood joy is the most important thing in this universe.” The  comment from Lord Vishnu made Goddess Lakhmi become disheartened and in  this pain she went to her friend Goddess Parvati. After listing the  problem of Goddess Lakhmi, Parvati asked her, “How can I help you?”  Goddess Lakshmi said, “You are having two sons and if you could give me  your one son you will still have one son and I could get the grace of  motherhood. So, in this situation you can help me out.”


By listing her Goddess Parvati said to her, “I'm having two sons Kartikeya and Ganesha. Kartikeya is having six mouths (Faces) and because of this he needs to  eat all the time. My second son Ganesha is very naughty, if I missed to  keep eye on him for a bit, he ruined everything. And you cannot stay at  one place for a long, so tell me how can you take care of my sons?

By hearing this Goddess Lakshmi said to her, “I'll keep your sons close  to my heart and will shower my all love on them either Kartikeya or  Ganesha. I can take care both of them. All the servants of heaven will  serve them day and night so please give me one of them as my adopted  child.”



Maa Parvati knew her both the sons very well so she  gave Lord Ganesha to Goddess Lakhmi as her adopted son. Goddess Lakshmi  became very happy and said to Goddess Parvati, “From today onwards I'm  giving my all accomplishments, luxury and prosperity to my son Ganesha.  Also, Riddhi and Siddhi Lord Brahma’s daughters are alike my daughters  will be married soon for which I give my word to you. I will fulfill all  the desires of Ganesha. In all the three loks which person shall not  worship Lord Ganesha and do back biting, I will be miles away from him. Whenever my worship will be performed, Lord Ganesha’a worship will be a must. Who will not worship Shri Ganesha along with me, he cannot get Shree or  myself. By listening this Maa Parvati become too much happy and handed  over her son Ganesh to Laxmi Ji. As such at Deepawali Poojan or Luxmi  Poojan, Ganesh Poojan is a must. 



देवी लक्ष्मी जी के 108 नाम (108 names of Goddess Laxmi in Hindi)
1. प्रकृती
2.  विकृती
3. विद्या
4. सर्वभूतहितप्रदा
5. श्रद्धा
6. विभूति
7. सुरभि
8. परमात्मिका
9. वाचि
10. पद्मलया
11. पद्मा
12. शुचि
13. स्वाहा
14. स्वधा
15. सुधा
16. धन्या
17. हिरण्मयी
18. लक्ष्मी
19. नित्यपुष्टा
20. विभा
21. आदित्य
22. दित्य
23. दीपायै
24. वसुधा
25. वसुधारिणी
26. कमलसम्भवा
27. कान्ता
28. कामाक्षी
29. क्ष्रीरोधसंभवा, क्रोधसंभवा
30. अनुग्रहप्रदा
31. बुध्दि
32. अनघा
33. हरिवल्लभि
34. अशोका
35. अमृता
36. दीप्ता
37. लोकशोकविनाशि
38. धर्मनिलया
39. करुणा
40. लोकमात्रि
41. पद्मप्रिया
42. पद्महस्ता
43. पद्माक्ष्या
44. पद्मसुन्दरी
45. पद्मोद्भवा
46. पद्ममुखी
47. पद्मनाभाप्रिया
48. रमा
49. पद्ममालाधरा
50. देवी
51. पद्मिनी
52. पद्मगन्धिनी
53. पुण्यगन्धा
54. सुप्रसन्ना
55. प्रसादाभिमुखी
56. प्रभा
57. चन्द्रवदना
58. चन्द्रा
59. चन्द्रसहोदरी
60. चतुर्भुजा
61. चन्द्ररूपा
62. इन्दिरा
63. इन्दुशीतला
64. आह्लादजननी
65. पुष्टि
66. शिवा
67. शिवकरी
68. सत्या
69. विमला
70. विश्वजननी
71. तुष्टि
72. दारिद्र्यनाशिनी
73. प्रीतिपुष्करिणी
74. शान्ता
75. शुक्लमाल्यांबरा
76. श्री
77. भस्करि
78. बिल्वनिलया
79. वरारोहा
80. यशस्विनी
81. वसुन्धरा
82. उदारांगा
83. हरिणी
84. हेममालिनी
85. धनधान्यकी
86. सिध्दि
87. स्त्रैणसौम्या
88. शुभप्रदा
89. नृपवेश्मगतानन्दा
90. वरलक्ष्मी
91. वसुप्रदा
92. शुभा
93. हिरण्यप्राकारा
94. समुद्रतनया
95. जया
96. मंगला देवी
97. विष्णुवक्षस्स्थलस्थिता
98. विष्णुपत्नी
99. प्रसन्नाक्षी
100. नारायणसमाश्रिता
101. दारिद्र्यध्वंसिनी
102. देवी
103. सर्वोपद्रव वारिणी
104. नवदुर्गा
105. महाकाली
106. ब्रह्माविष्णुशिवात्मिका
107. त्रिकालज्ञानसम्पन्ना
108. भुवनेश्वरी
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 देवी लक्ष्मी जी के 108 नाम (108 names of Goddess Laxmi in Hindi)

1. प्रकृती

2.  विकृती

3. विद्या

4. सर्वभूतहितप्रदा

5. श्रद्धा

6. विभूति

7. सुरभि

8. परमात्मिका

9. वाचि

10. पद्मलया

11. पद्मा

12. शुचि

13. स्वाहा

14. स्वधा

15. सुधा

16. धन्या

17. हिरण्मयी

18. लक्ष्मी

19. नित्यपुष्टा

20. विभा

21. आदित्य

22. दित्य

23. दीपायै

24. वसुधा

25. वसुधारिणी

26. कमलसम्भवा

27. कान्ता

28. कामाक्षी

29. क्ष्रीरोधसंभवा, क्रोधसंभवा

30. अनुग्रहप्रदा

31. बुध्दि

32. अनघा

33. हरिवल्लभि

34. अशोका

35. अमृता

36. दीप्ता

37. लोकशोकविनाशि

38. धर्मनिलया

39. करुणा

40. लोकमात्रि

41. पद्मप्रिया

42. पद्महस्ता

43. पद्माक्ष्या

44. पद्मसुन्दरी

45. पद्मोद्भवा

46. पद्ममुखी

47. पद्मनाभाप्रिया

48. रमा

49. पद्ममालाधरा

50. देवी

51. पद्मिनी

52. पद्मगन्धिनी

53. पुण्यगन्धा

54. सुप्रसन्ना

55. प्रसादाभिमुखी

56. प्रभा

57. चन्द्रवदना

58. चन्द्रा

59. चन्द्रसहोदरी

60. चतुर्भुजा

61. चन्द्ररूपा

62. इन्दिरा

63. इन्दुशीतला

64. आह्लादजननी

65. पुष्टि

66. शिवा

67. शिवकरी

68. सत्या

69. विमला

70. विश्वजननी

71. तुष्टि

72. दारिद्र्यनाशिनी

73. प्रीतिपुष्करिणी

74. शान्ता

75. शुक्लमाल्यांबरा

76. श्री

77. भस्करि

78. बिल्वनिलया

79. वरारोहा

80. यशस्विनी

81. वसुन्धरा

82. उदारांगा

83. हरिणी

84. हेममालिनी

85. धनधान्यकी

86. सिध्दि

87. स्त्रैणसौम्या

88. शुभप्रदा

89. नृपवेश्मगतानन्दा

90. वरलक्ष्मी

91. वसुप्रदा

92. शुभा

93. हिरण्यप्राकारा

94. समुद्रतनया

95. जया

96. मंगला देवी

97. विष्णुवक्षस्स्थलस्थिता

98. विष्णुपत्नी

99. प्रसन्नाक्षी

100. नारायणसमाश्रिता

101. दारिद्र्यध्वंसिनी

102. देवी

103. सर्वोपद्रव वारिणी

104. नवदुर्गा

105. महाकाली

106. ब्रह्माविष्णुशिवात्मिका

107. त्रिकालज्ञानसम्पन्ना

108. भुवनेश्वरी

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