How to increase your wealth on Diwali
By: Future Point | 24-Oct-2018Views : 1389
In India, Diwali is celebrated with lights, candles and lamp. A festival celebrated across the country and has much significance in Hindu culture and tradition. It also has many spiritual significances such as victory of light over darkness or good over evil and knowledge over ignorance etc.
However, there are many reasons for Celebrating Diwali. At first, It is observed on the 15th day of Kartik, the holiest month in the Hindu lunar calendar. Accordingly, in 2018, Diwali would be celebrated on 7th November 2018. Now per Hindu, Mythology there are 12 reasons for celebrating Diwali. But the most popular one is as follows.
Diwali is celebrated as the victory of Lord Ram over Demon king Ravana. After slaying Ravana, the King of Lanka, and completing his 14 years of exile, Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya along with his wife, Sita, and brother, Lakshmana. The day when Lord Ram entered Ayodhya was the new moon day in the month of Kartik. The People of Ayodhya welcomed Lord Ram by bursting firecrackers and lighting diyas and lamps. From then onwards, fireworks and diyas have come to symbolize the festival.
How is Diwali celebrated?
Usually Diwali is for Five main days. The first day is called as Dhanteras. "Dhan" means wealth and "teras" refers to the 13th day of a lunar fortnight (Trayodashi) on the Hindu calendar. This day is dedicated to celebrating prosperity. Goddess Lakshmi is welcomed to one’s home and gold is purchased. Also, amongst Ayurvedic doctors do honor Lord Dhanwantri, an incarnation of Lord Vishnu who brought Ayurveda to mankind, on this day.
The 2nd days or the day of Chaturdashi 14th day of a lunar fortnight is celebrated as Chota Diwali. On this day it is believed that Goddess Kali and Lord Krishna are believed to have destroyed the demon Narakasura on this day.
The 3rd day or the day of Amavasya This darkest day of the month is the most significant day of the Diwali festival across India. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day too, with a special puja performed usually during the evening. In many parts of India, business houses would start fresh accounting from this day. They consider this to be the most auspicious practise.
Then on the 4th day is celebrated as Govardhan Puja. This is the Prathama tithi of the Fortnight. This is performed as the day when Lord Krishna defeated Lord Indra, the god of thunder and rain. It is believed that Lord Indra was in rage and blindfolded with ego which made him trouble the people who worshiped mount Govardhan. It was Lord Krishna who saved the people and vanquished the ego of Lord Indra.
Finally, the last day or the 5th days which is of Dwitiya tithi. This is the day when Bhai Duj is celebrated across India. It's dedicated to celebrating sisters, in a similar way that Raksha Bandhan is dedicated to brothers. Brothers and sisters get together and share food, to honor the bond between them.
Thus, the five days of Diwali is celebrated with fun and great devotion amongst Hindus. In fact, Diwali is also the day where every individual would pray for prosperity and wealth accumulation. The following are some of the system as how to celebrate Diwali.
How to Increase Your wealth on Diwali?
The following are some of the Techniques used to enhance wealth on the Day of Diwali.
- People make it a point to chant "om Hrim namaha" for 108 times each of the 5 days of Diwali.
- People also consult for vastu tips for money luck. A common effort undertaken during Diwali is to paint the house or decorate one’s house.
- Some vastu tips for health and wealth, would be to Light an evening candle at your doorstep and then donate some black lentils and sesame seeds to the poor before having your dinner.
- Do the mantra of "om kling krishnaaya namaha" or Gita paath after this. Then donate the above things as "prasaad" to people. This will improve vibrations at home and is also a vastu tips for wealth and happiness.
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