Diwali 2022: From Kali Puja Muhurat To Samagri List – All You Need To Know

Diwali 2022: From Kali Puja Muhurat To Samagri List – All You Need To Know

The Hindu festival of Kali Puja honours the Goddess Kali. During the Diwali festival, Kali Puja is performed on the new moon day. This year the puja is on October 25. While most people in India worship Goddess Lakshmi on Amavasya Tithi, the most important day of Diwali, people in West Bengal, Orissa, and Assam worship Goddess Kali on the new moon day.

Diwali and Kali Puja are usually celebrated on the same day, but in some years, Kali Puja may occur one day before Diwali Puja. According to Hindu beliefs, the day when Amavasya prevails at midnight is considered for Kali Puja, while the day when Amavasya prevails during Pradosh is considered Lakshmi Puja.

The most important day to worship Goddess Lakshmi in West Bengal, Orissa, and Assam is the full moon day in the lunar month Ashwin. Kojagara Puja, also known as Bengal Lakshmi Puja, is performed on Purnima Tithi in the month of Ashwin.

Shyama Puja is another name for Kali Puja.

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Diwali Kali Puja Muhurat 2022:

As per the Drik panchaang:

Amavasya Tithi Begins – 05:27 PM on Oct 24, 2022 Amavasya Tithi Ends – 04:18 PM on Oct 25, 2022 Kali Puja Nishita Time – 11:40 PM to 12:31 AM, Oct 25 Duration – 00 Hours 51 Mins ALSO READ: Diwali 2022: Did You Know These Fun Facts About Diwali?

Kali Puja Samagri List: 

Goddess Kali can also be worshipped by presenting red kumkum, akshat, hibiscus flowers, and red clothes or chunari. Sweets made from halwa or milk may also be served as part of the bhog. All your wishes can be granted if you worship the mother with complete devotion.

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Apart from that New Murti (Idols) of Maa Kali, One red cloth for God’s Aasan (seating), Wooden stool for keeping Murti, Flowers and at least three garlands made of fresh flowers, Bilva-leaves and Tulsi-leaves, Naivedhya e.g. sweets, fruits, sugarcane, Lava (parched rice), Durva grass, etc can be included in the puja samagri list. 

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