On the frequent new moon day of Shishirjhara Hemant today, the surroundings will be illuminated with the light of Diwali. Hindus believe that Goddess Kali will appear in this Mahendra Lagan. Today is Shyama Puja on Sunday. People of the Hindu community of this country will celebrate Diwali festival through India. They offer offerings at the lotus feet of their Goddess Kali, wishing for the victory of justice and the removal of supernatural darkness. Hindu homes will be lit up in Mangalshikha. Annakoot festival and evening aarti will be offered tomorrow after the Nishi fast.
As per the pure calendar, Diwali and Mangal Chikha lighting this evening and Shyama Puja at night. Distribution of prasad on Monday, a day later on Wednesday brotherhood and guest entertainment, Aarti.
On the occasion of Shyama Puja, preparations have been completed in the country’s pujamandaps including Dhakeshwari Temple. On this occasion, various organizations have undertaken various religious festival programs. The organizations are Mahanagar Sarvajanin Puja Committee, Hindu Buddhist Christian Unity Council, Ramana Kali Mandir and Ma Anandamayi Ashram, Sri Sri Baradeswari Kalimata Mandir and Shashman Committee, Radha Gobind Geo Tagore Mandir, Sri Sri Shiva Mandir.
Diwali or Diwali festival has various information from Hindu mythology and history. According to Puranic legend, Dhanvantari came out of the sea with amritbhand on the Troyodashi tithi of the Krishna Paksha month of Kartika after churning the ocean of milk. Hence the name of the tithi is Dhanvantari Troyodashi (Dhanteras). On that day, the goddess Lakshmi also rose from the sea at the same time. Then Lakshmi Devi returned to heaven after the fight with Devasura for the share of amrit on this Kartiki new moon night. In remembrance of that event, the new moon night is decorated by lighting lamps.