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Laxmi Puja in 2021 in NepalLaxmi Puja in 2021 in Nepal

Laxmi Puja in 2021 in Nepal Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on the day of Diwali. She symbolizes wealth and prosperity in Hindu mythology. People decorate their homes and offices with rice lights, lamps, earthen pots, and flowers on Diwali. They also replace old and broken items in the house with new ones.

According to Drik Panchang, the Shubh Muhurat for Lakshmi Puja is from 6:09 pm to 8:04 pm.  Amavasya Tithi starts at 6:03 pm on November 4 and ends at 2:44 am, November 5.

It is believed that on this day, the Goddess of Wealth, Lakshmi, had emerged from the ocean during the churning of milk. Hence, Lakshmi and Kubera — the God of Wealth — is worshipped on this day. However, Lakshmi puja performed on Amavasya — two days after Dhantrayodashi — is considered more significant.

Traditionally, the devotees of Goddess Lakshmi observe a day-long fast and perform puja in the evening. On Diwali, Lakshmi Puja is performed during Pradosh Kaal which starts after sunset and lasts for approximately 2 hours and 24 minutes.

Laxmi Puja in 2021 in Nepal at evening time they have to take a decorate the light outside the home and even they have made difficult Roti inside the home. Different items of sweet food will bring from the shop to give them the God of Laxmi Puja there. Even most People will be visited different places to play Bhailo with friends.

They have brought money to take puja over there. Even the Laxmi is a great important part of earn things happen under this situation to gets feels over there. Hope the god of Laxmi will give us bless me and you’re also too.

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