Narak Chaturdashi 2022: On the fourteenth day of the last Kartik month, a festival known as Narak Chaturdashi is celebrated. Narak Chowda, Loop Chowda, and Kali Chowda are some of their other names. Ancient Indian mythology holds that the god of death, known as “Yamraj,” is highly revered and worshipped. Because it is observed the day before Diwali, it is also known as Choti Diwali. On this day, after dark, people light diyas in their homes.
Narak Chaturdashi 2022: Date and Time
According to the Hindu calendar, Naraka Chaturdashi (or Narak Chaturdashi) falls on the 14th day (Chaturdashi) of the Karthik month, Krishna Paksha. Narak Chaturdashi 2022 takes place on Monday, October 24, 2022. Bhagwan Shri Krishna’s victory over Narakasur is generally celebrated during this festival.
The Abhyanga Snan timings for 24th October 2022 can vary from city to city due to the time of sunrise on the Abhyanga Snan. The Abhyanga Snana will be observed on 22nd October at 05:06 AM. You can therefore refer to your local Panchang to find out the exact timings in your area.
Narak Chaturdashi Puja Vidhi
On this day, swimming before daybreak is seen to be auspicious. Sesame oil should be applied to the entire body after a bath. People roll the apa marga leaf three times over their heads after taking a bath.
Ahoy A container is filled with water and left in her Ashtami for the night. On the day of Narak Chaturdasi, bath water is combined with water from the boat.
After taking a bath, worshipers offer burning diyas to Lord Yamraj in front of the main gate.
People set up diyas on either side of the entryway or front door of their houses and places of business in the evening to worship all the Gods.
He is known as Nisheeth Kaal during this certain time of the day, and people throw away their unwanted possessions. On the day following Narak Chaturdashi, or Diwali, it is thought that Goddess Lakshmi comes to our houses to bring us prosperity and wealth.
The definition of Narak Chaturdasi
Naraka Chaturdasi, also referred to as Kali Chaudhas, Loop Chaudhas, Choti Diwali, Naraka Nivaran Chaturdashi, or Bhutto Chaturdasi, is an annual Hindu festival that takes place on the fourteenth day of Krishna Paksha in the month of Ashbin in the Hindu calendar. He is currently on day two of the five-day Deepavali/Diwali celebration.
On this day, Krishna, Kali, and Satyabhama killed the demon Narkasura. On this day, individuals thoroughly clean their homes and workplaces.
Happy Narakchaturdasi wishes
1. May you overcome all obstacles, bring luck, and realise all of your dearest aspirations.
Cheers to Diwali!
2. A return of the Festival of Lights.
Celebrate joyously and let go of your suffering.
May you have a happy Choti Diwali.
And you’ll always be successful.
Greetings of Narakuchaturdashi!
3. May the Lord bless you, as he did when Narkasur was defeated by Lord Krishna.
Greetings of Narakuchaturdashi!
4. May you be happy and realise all of your dearest dreams this year.
Greetings on Narak Chaturdasi!
5. Wishing you riches, success, and luck this Choti Diwali. I hope you have a successful future.
Greetings of Narakchaturdashi!