In the year 2023, Diwali is celebrated on the 12th November, 2023. If you are wondering,’ how many days are left for Diwali 2023?’, then a total number of -108 days are left. It is also known as the festival of lights which begins on Dhanteras and ends on Bhai dooj. In contrast to this, Diwali is celebrated on 4th November. To be very precise, Amavasya tithi perfectly begins on 12th November, 2023 at exactly 05:27 PM and it ends on 13th November, 2023 at 04:18 PM.
-108 Days Left For Diwali 2023
History of Diwali Festival
The Diwali celebration is related to Ramayana where it is celebrated to mark the celebration of the return of Lord Rama to Ayodha, his home. Lord Rama came back to his home, Ayodha after spending a solid 14 years in the forest. As per Ramayana mythology, Lord Rama was sent to exile for a whole of 14 years by his father King Dasharatha. On his journey, he was accompanied by his wife and his younger brother. Thus after defeating successfully Ravana, Lord Rama, his wife, Sita as well as his younger brother, Laxman returned to Ayodha after completing their assigned banishment. Thus, to mark their happy arrival of them in their home Diwali was celebrated all over Ayodhya.
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Significance of Deepavali
Diwali is celebrated to unite people and all the homes are illuminated with lights. On the time of Diwali, people go on embracing one other with utmost laughter and joy. The Diwali lights signify the time to destroy all the dark thoughts and desires that are prevailing in one person’s mind thereby inculcating strength to live further life with immense zeal.
How many days are left for Diwali?
Total, -108 days left for Diwali.
How many days until Diwali?
As discussed above, a total number of -108 days are left for celebrating Diwali.
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