Diwali Calendar 2019 features day by day schedule of festivals celebrated during festival of lights. Get details on Diwali Calendar 2019 dates.
Diwali Calendar 2019
Diwali Calendar 2019 - Among all festivals celebrated in India, Diwali is the most popular festival involving larger than life celebrations across India. Diwali celebrations begin well in advance as it’s celebrated for five days. Dhanteras is the first day observed out of these five days. Diwali celebrations end with Bhaiya Dooj (last of five days). The states of Maharashtra and Gujarat follow slightly different celebrations in day’s prior to main day of Deepwali festival. People observe various rituals during these five days of Diwali. Numerous Hindu Gods and Goddesses are worshipped during these five days. However, entire festival of Deepawali is celebrated in honour of Goddess Lakshmi, who is considered as most auspicious deity during Diwali celebrations.
Diwali Puja is performed on the new moon day (Amavasya day) in almost every home and office in India. Infact, Diwali Puja is considered most auspicious by many traditional Hindu businessmen. Thus, Five days of Diwali are celebrated with great devotion and fun in India. Our 2019 Diwali Calendar below features day by day schedule of festivals observed during this year Deepawali.
2019 Diwali Calendar Dates
|Diwali Calendar Day||Date (Day)|
|Dhanteras||25 October, 2019 (Friday)|
|Naraka Chaturdashi||26 October, 2019 (Saturday)|
|Diwali / Lakshmi Puja||27 October, 2019 (Sunday)|
|Bali Pratipada||28 October, 2019 (Monday)|
|Bhaiya Dooj||29 October, 2019 (Tuesday)|