Bali Padyami 2022 Karnataka Date and Time

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Bali Pratipada, Bali Padyami, or Padva is celebrated on the fourth day of Diwali. It is the first day of the splendid lunar fortnight of Kartika, the Hindu month. The day celebrates Lord Vishnu’s victory over the demon-king Bali in the Vamana Avatar, as well as the return of the demon-return king to the world. On this day, Lord Krishna delivered the people of Gokul from Lord Indra’s wrath.

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Bali Padyami 2022 Karnataka Date and Time

  • Wednesday, October 26, 2022, Bali Pratipada
  • Muhurat Bali Puja Pratahkala – 06:29 AM to 08:43 AM
  • 02 hours and 14 minutes
  • On October 25, 2022, at 04:18 PM, Pratipada Tithi begins.
  • Pratipada Tithi expires at 02:42 PM on October 26, 2022.

Legend behind Balipadyami:

According to Hindu mythology, Bali Pratipada commemorates Lord Vishnu’s victory over the demon-king Bali in the dwarf form of Valama. King Bali, also known as Mahabali, was a generous guy who ruled over a happy and satisfied kingdom. He was noted for his bravery, uprightness, and devotion to the Hindu god Vishnu. He was also arrogant, and the gods detested him. The gods were incensed by his harassment and requested Vishnu’s help in eliminating Bali.

Lord Vishnu took the form of a dwarf named Vamana in his fifth of ten incarnations. Vamana approached Bali, requesting charity and devotion. He requested three paces of land from the monarch, which he accepted. Because there was no room for Vamana’s third step, the dwarf assumed the enormous universal form and placed his first step on universal space, his second on earth, and because there was no room for Vamana’s third step, Bali offered his head to place his third step, realizing that the dwarf was Lord Vishnu’s incarnation. Vishnu sent him to the netherworld of Sutala.

Vishnu was so moved by Bali’s compassion that he bestowed upon him a blessing that allowed him to visit Earth once a year. People light candles to honor his homecoming, aiming to dispel darkness and spread love and knowledge. The kingdom of Bali is supposed to correspond to modern-day Kerala.


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