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Dhanteras is the first day of Diwali festival. It is also celebrated as DhanTrayodashi, Dhanvantari Trayodashi, and Dhanvantari Jayanti. It is said that on the day of Dhanteras, Goddess Lakshmi came out of the churning sea. At the same time, Dhanvantari also came out with “amrit” the divine nectar.

Dhanteras is celebrated on the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight), which is on October 28th this year (2016). Puja Muhurat for Dhanteras is from 05:35 PM to 06:20 PM.

Goddess Lakshmi along with Lord Kubera – the god of wealth, are worshiped on this auspicious day. It is believed that Goddess Lakshmi visits homes, business places and grants her devotees with blessings to acquire wealth and prosperity in their life. People purchase gold, silver and new utensils on this day.

A girl child born on this day is considered as an arrival of Goddess Lakshmi into the house. When such girl gets married and leaves for her husband’s home, she leaves her footprints on a plate covered with kumkum, to ensure that Goddess Lakshmi does not leave the parental house.

One of the legends behind Dhanteras

Once upon a time a young son of King Hima was destined to die by a snake-bite on the fourth day of his marriage. To save the life of her husband, his wife did not allow him to sleep on that particular day. She laid down all her ornaments, coins of gold and silver and made a heap at the door of their bedroom. She arranged lamps all over the room and lit them. Then she started narrating stories to her husband and sang songs to keep him from falling asleep.

When the Lord Yama, god of death, arrived at the doorstep in the form of a snake to seize the life of Prince, the brilliance of light and jewels dazzled the eyes of Lord Yama. Lord Yama could not enter their room. So, he just climbed on the heap of jewels and sat there till morning listening to stories and songs. In the morning, Lord Yama silently left the place. Thus, the Prince was saved by his wife from the clutches of death and that is why Dhanteras is also celebrated as “Yamadeepdaan”. Diyas are kept blazing during the whole night in respect of Lord Yama.

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