Lakshmi Puja: Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on the auspicious festival of Diwali. In Hindu beliefs, Goddess Lakshmi is considered the goddess of wealth. On this day people decorate their homes, offices and shops with flowers and lights. After the worship of Lakshmi-Ganesh, the courtyard of the house is decorated with lamps.
Diwali Laxmi Puja 2021 Date and Time
Before Diwali, the house is thoroughly cleaned, and all the old and broken items are also taken out. On Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi enters the house and blesses her devotees. This time the festival of Diwali is being celebrated on Thursday, November 4. Let us know what the timing of Lakshmi Puja on Diwali in your city is.
According to the muhurta of Lakshmi Puja, according to the Panchang, Lakshmi Puja will be done on Amavasya Tithi from 6.09 pm to 8.04 pm. Amavasya Tithi will remain from 6.03 pm on November 4 to 2:44 pm on November 5. Meanwhile, the timing of Lakshmi Puja may be different in different cities.
At what time will Lakshmi Puja be held in your city?
- Pune – 6:39 pm to 8:32 pm
- New Delhi – 6:09 pm to 8:04 pm
- Chennai – 6:21 pm to 8:10 pm
- Jaipur – 6:17 pm to 8:14 pm
- Hyderabad – 6:22 pm to 8:14 pm
- Gurgaon – 6:10 pm to 8:05 pm
- Chandigarh – 6:07 pm to 8:01 pm
- Kolkata – Evening 5:34 pm to 7:31 pm
- Mumbai – 6:42 pm to 8:35 pm
- Bengaluru – 6:32 pm to 8:21 pm
- Ahmedabad – 6:37 pm to 8:33 pm Till
- Noida – 6:08 pm to 8:04 pm
- Lucknow – 5:57 pm to 9:53 pm
- Shimla – 6:10 pm to 08:04 pm
- Bhopal – 6:17 pm to 08:14 pm
- Mathura – 5:53 pm to 07:49 pm