Dhanteras festivals is also called as ‘Dhantrayodashi’ or ‘Dhanvantari Triodasi’ which is one of the most Significant festival of India. On this days festivals Goddess Laxmi is worshipped for nice fortune and success in life. On this nice event of Dhanteras, articles made of Gold or silver or even a new utensil which is purchased as a sign of good luck.
Hindu Festival Dhanteras Picture
The auspicious day which is known as ‘Dhantrayodashi’ or ‘Dhanvantari Triodasi’ which is one of the most significant festivals of India? On this days the goddess Laxmi which is the worshipped to the bestowher devotee with good fortune and success in life. On this special event of Dhanteras, articles. Diwali, which is also marks the starting of grand festivals.
When is the festival of Dhanteras.
Dhanteras has got his name from two words ‘Dhan’ means wealth and ‘Teras’ means thirteenth. Dhanteras or Dhantrayodashi it is coming on every year in the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha in the Hindu month of Ashwin.
(October/November). Usually this festival which is celebrated two days prior to Diwali.
Celebrations of Dhanteras.
On this day, homes and offices or the places of business which are renovated and decorated. From inside there made colourful with beautiful traditional designs of Rangoli to welcome the Goddess Laxmi which is small footprints are drawn with rice flour and Vermilion power surrounding of your houses. Diyas clay are lighted through out the night to keep away the evil spirit away.
The festivals of Dhanteras is considered to be auspicious for purchase of gold, silver and many other so many articles. On this day devotees News Jewellery, car, even homes and dates and special time for marriages are also fixed. In the evening “Lakshmi-Puja” which is performed the singing “Bhajans”-devotional songs-in praise of Goddess Laxmi and “Naivedya” made of traditional sweet which is offered to the Goddess. In village cattle’s are considered sacred and incarnation of Laxmi therefore on this days Cows are adorned and worshiped with great devotion.