Diwali Date 1789

18th October 1789, Sunday


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When was Diwali in 1789?

In Delhi, India People celebrated Diwali (Lakshmi Puja) on 18th October 1789 (Sunday) and Dhanteras on 16th October 1789(Friday). Like every year, according to hindu calander the festival of light Diwali celebrated on Kartik maah Amavasya, english date 18th October 1789 (Sunday). It has been celebrated just before 231 years, 1 months, 16 days from now.

Diwali Muhurat 1789

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat :7:05:32 PM to 8:19:58 PM
Duration :1 Hour 14 Minute
Pradosh Kaal :5:48:58 PM to 8:19:58 PM
Vrishabha Kaal :7:05:32 PM to 8:58:57 PM

Diwali Mahanishita Kaal Muhurat 1789

Lakshmi Puja Muhurat :None
Duration :0 Hour 0 Minute
Mahanishita Kaal :11:41:18 PM to 1:31:39 AM
Simha Kaal :2:33:12 AM to 4:51:15 AM

Diwali Auspicious Choghadiya Muhurat 1789

Morning Muhurat (Chal, Laabh, Amrut):7:49:04 AM to 12:06:10 PM
Afternoon Muhurat (Shubh):1:31:51 PM to 2:57:33 PM
Evening Muhurat (Shubh, Amrut, Chal):5:48:58 PM to 9:34:30 PM

Ekadashi, Deepavali Day 1 on 15th October 1789 (Thursday)

  • Govatsa Dwadashi
  • Vasu Baras

Dwadashi, Deepavali Day 2 on 16th October 1789 (Friday)

  • Dhantrayodashi
  • Dhanteras
  • Dhanvantari Trayodashi
  • Yama Deepam

Chaturdashi, Deepavali Day 3 on 17th October 1789 (Saturday)

  • Kali Chaudas
  • Hanuman Puja
  • Narak Chaturdashi
  • Tamil Deepavali

Amavasya, Deepavali Day 4 on 18th October 1789 (Sunday)

  • Lakshmi Puja
  • Diwali Puja
  • Kedar Gauri Vrat
  • Chopda Puja
  • Sharda Puja
  • Bengal Kali Puja

Pratipada, Deepavali Day 5 on 19th October 1789 (Monday)

  • Govardhan Puja
  • Annakut
  • Bali Pratipada
  • Dyuta Krida
  • Gujarati New Year

Dwitiya, Deepavali Day 6 on 20th October 1789 (Tuesday)

  • Bhaiya Dooj
  • Bhau Beej
  • Yama Dwitiya

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Shubh Deepawali Wishes 1789

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