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Diwaali>Dhanteras

Dhanteras - First day of Diwali

(Diwali is on October 30, 2016 )

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Black kaudi imageBlack Kaudi or Kaalili Kowdi or Black Cowrie shell is of great significance in the worship of Goddess Maha Kaali ji and Lord Bhairav ji.

It protect from negative energies of black magic and relieves the native from the clutches of tantra.In Astrology, Black Kaudi is used to balance the planetary effect of Saturn and the malefic effects of Ketu and Rahu.It ensures protection from spirits and blck magic.

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Yellow Kaudi is used to balance the planetary effect of Jupiter and the malefic effects of Ketu and Rahu. When kept on Dhanteras and Akshay Triteeya, Yellow Kaudi ensures a smooth flow of money.

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Dhanteras is the first day of the five-day Diwali celebrations. This festival is also known as "Dhan-trayodashi" or "Dhanwantari Trayodashi". It falls on the auspicious thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha in the month of Ashwin (October/November)."Dhan" stands for wealth.  On Dhanteras, the "Owl" form of the Goddess Laxmi is worshiped to provide prosperity and happiness. This day has special significance for the business community due to customary purchases of precious metals on this day. Since Dhanteras is associated with the worship of Goddess Lakshmi, it is a very important celebration in the homes of the mercantile community. In India, houses and market places wear a festive look on the day of Dhanteras and market places are abuzz with people all around.
 

Legends of Dhanteras

Legend of Dhanwantari
Dhanvantari was an early Indian medical practitioner and one of the world’s first surgeons. Based on Hindu traditions, he is regarded as the source of Ayurveda. He perfected many herbal based cures and natural remedies and was credited with the discovery of the antiseptic properties of turmeric and the preservative properties of salt which he incorporated in his cures.

Being a very skilled surgeon according to the standards of his time, he is widely believed to be the pioneer of modern medical practices like plastic surgery. All his surgeries were performed without anesthetic, however in spite of his crude methods he was reported to have had a very high success rate. The worship of Lord Dhanvantari has become a part of Dhanteras celebrations in most of the home.

Legend of Yamadeep Daan Ritual
According to a, the sixteen-year-old son of King Hima was doomed to die of snakebite on the fourth day of his marriage. Aware of the forecast about her husband, his devoted wife made a plan to save her husband. On the predicted day, the wife made all arrangements so that her husband did not fall asleep. Bedsides this, she also put all her silver and gold ornaments at the entrance of the door and illuminated the whole place with lamps and lights. To insure that the husband did not sleep, the wife sang and narrated stories all through the night.

Lord Yama, the mythological God of Death, arrived in the guise of a serpent to kill her husband. The illumination caused by lights dazzled his eyes and he was not able to enter the room of the young prince. It is further said that the serpent, mesmerized by the melodious songs of the Princess's wife, sat on the heap of ornaments and spent the night and went away in the morning. Thus, the Prince was saved by the illumination of the lamps and devotion of his wife. This legend led to the popularization of the tradition of 'Yamadeep Daan'. It is due to this reason, lamps and diyas are kept burning all through the night on Dhanteras.

 

Dhanteras - rituals and celebrations
Dhanteras is associated with the worship of Goddess Lakshmi. On this day, people draw small footprints with rice flour and vermilion powder throughout the house right from the entrance to indicate a passange for the arrival of Goddess Lakshmi. As Dhantrayodashi or Dhanteras is considered very auspicious, people shop for gold, silver and some utensils. To celebrate the auspicious arrival of Goddess Lakshmi, the homes of people are illuminated by oil lamps, which are lit throughout the night. Lakshmi Puja is also an important part of the Dhanteras celebrations. The Lakshmi-Puja is performed at midnight. Devotional songs, in the praise of Goddess.

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