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Kartik Purnima 2021 | Dev Diwali Meaning and Significance | Dev Diwali 2021

Post Date: November 16, 2021

Kartik Purnima 2021 | Dev Diwali Meaning and Significance | Dev Diwali 2021

Dev Deepawali is celebrated every year in Varanasi by pilgrims on the fifteenth day of Deepawali in relation to the Ganges. Another myth of celebrating Dev Deepawali is that the demon Tripurasura was killed by the godson thid day so it was named as Dev Deepawali and celebrated as the victory day of the gods on Kartik Poornima.

There are 3 Diwalis in the month of Kartik. Chhoti Diwali, also known as Narak Chaturdashi, falls on Krishna Chaturdashi of Kartik month. After this, Amavasya is celebrated as Big Diwali and on Poornima Dev Diwali is celebrated. Come let’s know 7 special reasons to celebrate Dev Diwali According to mythological beliefs, on this day Lord Shiva killed Tripurasur, due to which he was worshiped in the form of Tripurari. On this day Lord Vishnu took the Matsya avatar.It is said that it was on Kartik Purnima that Shri Krishna had attained self-realization. On the day of Devuthani Ekadashi, the deities are awakened and on the day of Kartik Purnima, they celebrate Diwali by bathing on the banks of the Yamuna, that is why it is called Dev Diwali.

 On this day Guru Nanak Devji Maharaj was born

This is the culture and tradition of the oldest city of the world, Kashi From Ravidas Ghat to the end of Raj Ghat, the paths built on the banks of river Ganga are lighted by thousands of lamps. The tradition of Devdeepawali was first started by lighting thousands of diyas at Panchganga Ghat in 1915.Kashi had given a new culture to the world by introducing modernity in ancient tradition and culture. Due to which people got attracted .The people of Kashi participated in this festival of Devdeepawali with social support and  made it world famous.palaces, buildings, monasteries and ashrams situated on the banks and ghats of river Varuna, were lit up with innumerable lamps and fringes, as if the whole Ganges had descended in Kashi.


On the day of Kartik Purnima, the deities celebrated Deepawali and the gods entered Kashi. It is believed that in all the three worlds, the rule of the demon Tripurashur used to run, the gods prayed for salvation from the demon Tripurashur in front of Lord Shiva. Lord Shiva killed the demon Tripurari on the day of Kartik Purnima and everyone was free from his rule Pleased with the freedom, the gods celebrated Deepotsav by lighting a lamp since then Devdeepawali was celebrated on Kartik Purnima. Regarding the celebration of Devdeepawali festival it is believed that King Divodas had banned the entry of gods in his kingdom , on the day of Kartik Purnima, Lord Shiva came to the Panchganga Ghat of Kashi and meditated on the GangesOn this day all the gods entered Kashi and celebrated Diwali by lighting a lamp. Devdeepawali is a divine festival. Millions of earthen lamps lighted float on the holy waters of the Ganges River. With an equal number the stairs of the various ghats and the majestic majestic buildings adjoining it exudes a strong aroma of incense and the sacred chanting of mantras.Dev Deepawali also begins with the long month of Kartik festival, the day of Sharad Purnima. Many have said that  Deepawali celebrations literally fit for the celebration of gods.


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