Diwali Dates & Shubh Muhurat Timing – DIWALI 2022 – DEEPAWALI FASTIVAL

 Diwali 2022 is on October 24, Monday

Karthik Amavasya Tithi Timing: October 24, 5:27 pm – October 25, 4:18 pm

Pradosh puja time : October 24, 5:50 pm – October 24, 8:22 pm

When is Diwali 2022?

2022 Diwali celebration starts with #Dhanteras on October 23, 2022 Sunday and ends with #BhaiDooj on October 27, 2022 Thursday. #LakshmiPuja, the most auspicious of #diwali festival days is celebrated as the day of Diwali.

Hence, Diwali 2022 falls on Monday, October 24.

In 2022, North India will celebrate Diwali and South India will celebrate Deepavali on the same day.

In north India, Diwali is a five day long celebration that commences with Dhanteras on the 13th lunar day of the Krishna paksha of the Indian month of Karthik. It ends with the celebration of Bhai Dooj that falls on the 17th lunar day of the Shukla paksha of the Indian month of Karthik. Both are taken from the Purimnata calendar.

Diwali Calendar 2022 – The 5 days of Diwali 2022

Day 1 DhanterasOctober 23, Sunday
Day 2Naraka Chaturdasi (Chotti Diwali)October 24, Monday
Day 3Lakshmi Puja (Diwali Festival)October 24, Monday
Day 4Govardhan PujaOctober 26, Wednesday
Day 5Bhai DoojOctober 27, Thursday
Diwali Calendar 2022 – The 5 days of Diwali 2022 BY informationsonly

Diwali illuminates our houses and hearts and preaches the message of friendship and togetherness. Light is the depiction of hope, success, knowledge and fortune and Diwali reinforces our faith in these virtues of life.

Diwali 2022 Shubh Muhurat & Amavasya Tithi Timings

Sunrise24 October, 2022 06:31 AM.
Sunset24 October, 2022 05:50 PM.
Amavasya Tithi Starts24 October, 2022 05:27 PM.
Amavasya Tithi Ends25 October, 2022 04:18 PM.
Pradosha Puja TimeOctober 24, 05:50 PM – October 24, 08:22 PM
Diwali 2022 Shubh Muhurat & Amavasya Tithi Timings

The Story behind Diwali

Since Diwali is the resemblance of everything that is ‘good’, this festival has been the centre of many mythological stories.

Lord Rama returned to Ayodha on this day along with sita and Lakshman after he attained victory over Ravana, the ten headed demon king of Lanka. On this occasion, the local people lit earthen lamps and burst crackers to welcome their King and queen back to the throne.

This day is also celebrated as the union of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu in heaven.

In Bengal, this day is celebrated to worship the most powerful Goddess of ‘shakti’ – Devi Kali.

In the Jain culture, this day is of utmost importance as Mahavira attained the final ‘nirvana’ on this day.

In ancient India, this day was celebrated as the harvest festival.
Diwali also marks the death anniversary of Dayanand Saraswati, the ‘hero’ of the Arya Samaj.

Diwali Fastival

Diwali is celebrated all across India in different forms and is thus an important National holiday too.

Diwali starts with #Dhanteras the beginning of a new financial year, the second day is Naraka Chaturdasi, the day Lord Krishna killed the demon Narakasura; the third day is #Amavasya, the day Goddess Lakshmi , the deity of wealth and fortune is worshipped.

The fourth day is #GoverdhanPuja and the last day is celebrated as #BhaiDooj, the day sisters worship their brothers and pray for their long life and well being.

Feasting, gambling, exchanging gifts among friends and families and bursting fire crackers are a must during Diwali. People also wear new clothes and worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on this day. This day is dedicated for the special Lakshmi Puja.

In Southern India, Diwali marks the home coming of their ancient King Mahabali and people decorate their houses with flowers and cow dung to welcome the King. Govardhan Puja is done on this day.

In Bengal and other parts of Eastern India, Goddess Kali is worshipped on this day.

In Maharashtra, Diwali starts with the worshipping of cows and their calves.

Big Diwali fairs are held across the country. These fairs are centers of business and many artists and acrobats are seen performing in these events.


2022Monday, 24th of October
2023Sunday, 12th of November
2024Friday, 1st of November
2025Tuesday, 21st of October
2026Sunday, 8th of November
2027Friday, 29th of October
2028Tuesday, 17th of October
2029Monday, 5th of November

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