Kartik Purnima 2022: Know shubh muhurat, puja vidhi and significance

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Kartik Purnima, popularly known as Dev Diwali is observed on the full moon of Kartik month as per the Hindu calendar. This year, Kartik Purnima will be observed on November 8. 

Kartik Purnima 2022: Know shubh muhurat, puja vidhi and significance

Hindu mythology says that Lord Shiva killed a demon named Tripurasura on Kartik Purnima. Pleased by this, Lord Vishnu and other gods gave the title, 'Tripurari' to lord Shiva. To celebrate the slaughter of Tripurasura, all the gods descend from heaven and celebrate Diwali in Kashi. 

Kartik Purnima 2022: Know shubh muhurat, puja vidhi and significance

Read: Kartik Purnima 2022 date, time: Know significance of Kartik month

Kartik Purnima 2022: Know shubh muhurat, puja vidhi and significance

Kartik Purnima 2022: Subh Muhurat

As per Drik Panchang, Kartik Purnima 2022 will start at 4:15 pm on Monday (November 7) and end at 4:31 pm on the following day (November 8).

Kartik Purnima 2022: Rituals 

  • Many people keep a fast on this day to seek blessing from Loard Vishnu
  • Devotees anoint all deities with water
  • Loard Vishnu and goddess Laxmi are worshipped on this day
  • Bhog with Tulsi in it is offered to Lord Vishnu as it is believed that Vishnu does not accept the offered bhog without Tulsi leaf in it. 
  • Help the needy people. 



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