Deepavali 2022 Date in Andhra Pradesh

Know the details about Deepavali 2022 Date in Andhra Pradesh, Diwali festival start date and end date, Pooja Timings, and Procedure here.

What is Diwali or Deepavali Means?

During the Diwali holiday, people put lights in their homes and businesses. Lord Ganesh is prayed to for happiness and success, while Goddess Lakshmi is prayed to for knowledge and money. The festival is held every year in November or October to celebrate Lord Rama’s return from 14 years in exile. In many parts of the country, people celebrate the festival for five days straight. It is without a doubt the most well-known Indian festival, which is a celebration of life. Some places in the country celebrate the festival as the start of the New Year.

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Deepavali 2022 Date in Andhra Pradesh

In the year 2022, Diwali will be on 24th October 2022, on Monday.

Deepavali is a five-day celebration that looks like this

  • Most Indian businesses start a new financial year on the first day of the month. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped by the business class to bring them wealth.
  • The day of cleansing is the second day. People take baths in oil and put on new clothes.
  • The new moon happens on the third day. Today is the start of the Deepavali holiday.
  • Kartika Shudda Padyami is the name of the fourth day.
  • The fifth day, which is the last day of the festival, shows how much sisters and brothers love each other.

How is Deepavali/Diwali Celebrated?

As was already said, the festival is celebrated for up to five days. Small clay lamps lit with oil or electricity will be used to clean and decorate houses and shops. People exchange sweets. In many villages and towns, fairs will be held. Traditional lunar calendars can be read in different ways, so the festival is held on different dates in different parts of the country. In Tamil Nadu, for example, people celebrate Deepavali in the Tamil month of Aippasi.

Electric lights and tiny oil lamps made of clay are two of the most important symbols of the festival. They copy both the spiritual and material parts of the light.

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