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significance-naraka-chaturdashi

Naraka Chaturdashi is the second day of Diwali festival. It falls on Chaturdashi (14th day) of Krishna Paksha. On this day the demon Narakasura was killed. That is why it is called Naraka Chaturdashi.

It is also called as “Kali Chaudas” in West Bengal as it is believed that on this day Goddess Kali killed Narakasura. Naraka Chaturdashi is the day to abolish laziness and evil which create hell in our life. Even to this day, Narakasura’s death is celebrated as the victory of light over darkness — the triumph of right over the wrong.

Abhyang Snan on Narak Chaturdashi

Abhyang Snan (oil bath mixed with Ubtan) is done in the Brahma Muhurta (05:00 AM to 06:34 AM). Ubtan is the mixture of sesame oil, Chandan (sandalwood), Amba Haldi (Curcuma Aromatica), Multani Matti, Khus, Rose, Besan etc. It is believed that people, who do Abhyang Snan on this day, can avoid going to Naraka (hell). After the bath, people worship Lord Krishna by visiting the temple and bursting crackers as a part of the ritual.

Legend behind Naraka Chaturdashi

Narakasura, the ruler of the kingdom Pradyoshapuram acquired a boon from Lord Brahma that he can only be killed by his own mother Bhumadevi. By believing that his own mother cannot kill him, Narakasura ruled like a despot. Narakasura soon eyed the heavens. He captured 16,000 women in the heaven and imprisoned them in his palace.

Aditi, the mother of the Gods, had some heavenly earrings made for her. They even glowed in the dark. Narakasura, without any hesitation, tore the earrings from Aditi, not giving a care in the world. Aditi visited Satyabhama, the third wife of Lord Krishna, seeking help from Lord Krishna.

Krishna
asked Sathyabhama, who was the reincarnation of Bhumadevi, to be his charioteer in the battle with Narakasura. When Krishna fell unconscious after being hit by an arrow of Narakasura, Sathyabhama took the bow and aimed the arrow at Narakasura, killing him instantly. Later Lord Krishna explained Sathyabhama, about the boon she had. The story also interprets that parents should not hesitate to punish their own children when they step into the wrong path.


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