Diwali 2021: Dhanteras Date, Tithi, Puja Muhurat, Puja Time For the Various States of India

Diwali 2021: Dhanteras which is also known as Dhantrayodashi is the first day of five days of Diwali. The Hindu families all over the country in India keep Diya/ lamps in honour of Goddess Mata Lakshmi Ji and Dhanvantari. People purchase new things like gold, silver articles and utensils.

If you are looking for shubh muhurat, tithi, date and time, go through the article to know everything that you are looking for.

The date for Dhanteras is November 02 Tuesday 2021.

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Nov 03, 2021 at 09:02 AM

Diwali 2021: Below is the time for Dhanteras Puja/ tithi, the visitors find their cities to start puja.

Your State/City Dhanteras Puja Time/ Tithi
Jaipur, Rajasthan 06:25 PM to 08:18 PM 
Chennai, Tamil Nadu 06:29 PM to 08:10 PM
New Delhi 06:17 PM to 08:11 PM
Pune, Maharashtra 06:47 PM to 08:32 PM 
Hyderabad, Telangana 06:30 PM to 08:14 PM
Gurgaon, Haryana 06:18 PM to 08:12 PM
Chandigarh 06:14 PM to 08:09 PM
Kolkata, West Bengal 05:42 PM to 07:31 PM
Mumbai, Maharashtra 06:50 PM to 08:36 PM
Bengaluru, Karnataka 06:40 PM to 08:21 PM
Ahmedabad, Gujarat 06:45 PM to 08:34 PM
Noida, Uttar Pradesh 06:16 PM to 08:10 PM
Patna, Bihar 05:50 PM to 07:42 PM
Bhubaneswar, Odisha 05:56 PM to 07:43 PM
Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh 06:25 PM to 08:14 PM
Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh 06:05 PM to 07:58 PM

This day is celebrated on the 9th lunar day of Krishna Paksha which is according to the Hindu calendar the month of Ashvin. The Dhanwantari is worshipped on the same day of Dhanteras Puja celebrated on the fifth day of Diwali. This is also called the lord of Ayurveda that imparted the wisdom of Ayurveda. Which is to serve all humankind that is suffering from different diseases.

Now the wisdom of Ayurveda is being endorsed by everyone so that this can be brought to the next level to help every human in the world.

Diwali 2021: However, the day/ festival is celebrated to perform worship of Goddess Mata Lakshmi Ji. It is believed that Goddess Mata Lakshmi Ji visits the home of devotees, therefore every Indian family cleans their home, decorates their home and mud-made lamps (Diya) are lit.

The day of Diwali is celebrated all over the country, these days the Hindu families visit markets to buy articles of gold and silver. Except for all this, people in different-different cities also buy utensils and things like automobiles.