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Kartik Purnima and Dev Diwali 2023


The Padma, Skanda, and Brahma Puranas all place a high value on Kartik Purnima. On Kartik Purnima, Lord Vishnu is said to inhabit the water in the guise of Matsya Avatar. On this day, it is believed that bathing in the Ganges will bestow virtues akin to nectar.

Giving alms, bathing, being truthful, worshipping Vishnu and Goddess Lakshmi, and observing fasts all have special meaning on this day. Although Dev Diwali is typically celebrated on Kartik Purnima, this year both festivals will be observed on different days due to differences in the lunar calendar. Let’s ascertain the accurate dates, bathing-donation timings, and Kartik Purnima and Dev Diwali significance.

Kartik Purnima on November 26 or 27, 2023: As per the Panchang, Kartik Purnima falls on November 26, 2023, at 3:53 PM, and ends on November 27, 2023, at 2:45 PM. Date of Dev Diwali 2023: Dev Diwali takes place on November 26, 2023, which is one day ahead of Kartik Purnima. When the Pradosh period falls on a full moon date, it is observed. Devotees light lamps in honour of the gods who visit Earth on this day. In addition, offerings are made to the moon during Lakshmi Puja.

Kartik Purnima Muhurat in 2023:

Full Moon Bathing on November 27, 2023, from 5:05 AM to 5:58 AM Satyanarayan Vrat Puja on November 27, 2023, from 9:30 AM to 10:49 AM Pradosh Kaal, the lighting lamp – Nighttime 7:05 PM – Evening 5:24 PM (November 26, 2023) Moon Puja on November 26, 2023, at 4:29 p.m. Lakshmi Puja: November 26, 2023, Early Morning 12:35 AM – November 27, 2023, Night 11:41 PM

Kartik Purnima and Dev Diwali 2023

Kartik Purnima Snan :

Hindus believe that bathing in the Ganges on Kartik Purnima is the same as taking a thousand Ganges baths. It brings good health and purges one of sins from many lifetimes. Goddess Lakshmi is pleased when offerings of food, wealth, clothing, and warm clothes are made on this day along the Ganges river.

The reason behind the celebration of Dev Diwali is that it represents the triumph of good over evil. It is thought that Lord Shiva vanquished the demon Tripurasura on Kartik Purnima. All the gods and goddesses came to Kashi, delighted at their victory. They worshipped Lord Shiva and lit lamps after taking a bath in the Ganges.

Hindus celebrate Dev Diwali and Kartik Purnima as auspicious occasions with great significance. People light lamps to ask for blessings and purification, perform rituals, and bathe in sacred rivers during celebrations.

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