World news – IN – Narak Chaturdashi: know why Yamraj and Bajrangbali are worshiped on short Diwalihi

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According to Hindu calendar, the festival of Diwali is on November 14 this year i.e. Saturday. But a day before that, the festival of Choti diwali is celebrated.

New Delhi: According to Hindu calendar, the festival of Diwali is on 14 November i.e. Saturday this year. But a day before that, the festival of Choti diwali is celebrated. This day is known as Narak Chaturdashi, Roop Chaturdashi and Kali Chaudas.

Chhoti Diwali is also called Naraka Chaturdashi
Do you know why Chhoti Diwali is called Naraka Chaturdashi If not, then let us tell you about the story related to it From Diwali homes to markets, Diwali is being built. Everyone wants to make their diwali special People have started decorating their homes before Diwali

Chhoti Diwali is rolled all over the house
According to mythological beliefs, it is a custom to celebrate small Diwali one day before Diwali. This year, small Diwali will be celebrated on 13 November ie today Chhoti Diwali is celebrated on Narak Chaturdashi According to the belief, on the night of small Diwali, a lamp is rotated throughout the house by an elderly person in the houses and that lamp is kept somewhere outside the house.

Yamraj and Bajrang Bali are worshiped on short Diwali
On this day, there is a law to light a lamp at the main gate and also light diyas around the house. But do you know why lamps are lit on short Diwali According to mythology, today is a day before Diwali, little Diwali is being celebrated across the country. On this day, there is a law to worship Lord Krishna, Yamraj and Bajrangbali. It is believed that by worshiping on this day, the human is saved from the tortures in hell Also protection from premature death

Lord Shri Krishna killed Asura Narakasura
According to belief, on this day Lord Krishna killed the tyrannical Asura Narakasura and freed sixteen thousand one hundred girls from the prison house of Narakasura. Since then, this day is celebrated as Narak Chaturdashi. In order to give respect to these girls in the society, Shri Krishna married all these girls with the help of Satyabhama.

Bathing by mixing medicine in water enhances beauty
According to beliefs, on the occasion of Narak Chaturdashi, a special tradition of Deepdan started on the occasion of liberating the bond of 16,000 girls and killing Narakasura. This day is also called Roop Chaturdashi On this day, taking a bath in water mixed with medicine and doing 16 decorations enhances beauty and good luck. Such beliefs say

Deep is also lit for Yamraj on Roop Chaudas
According to religious belief, it is said that on this day the person who worships the god of death Yamraj He gets freedom from all the troubles of life Lamps are also lit for Yamraj on Roop Chaudas The importance of Roop Chaudas, bathing in the morning on this day, worshiping Yamraj and donating a lamp in the evening does not fear premature death. 

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World news – IN – Narak Chaturdashi: Know why Yamraj and Bajrangbali are worshiped on short Diwali



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