Dhanteras 2022 Date: Diwali or Deepawali is the festival of lights. It is one of the major festivals of the Hindu religion. Everyone waits for this great festival throughout the year. This festival of lights lasts for five days, which starts from Dhanteras. The festival of Dhanteras is celebrated a day before Chhoti Diwali. According to the calendar, the festival of Dhanteras is celebrated on the Trayodashi date of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. On this day, Dhanvantari Dev, Lakshmi ji, and Kuber Maharaj are worshipped. Also, this day is considered best for purchasing any item. It is believed that the movable and immovable property purchased on the day of Dhanteras increased thirteen times. This is the reason why apart from purchasing utensils, people also buy gold and silver items on this day. In such a situation, let us know when is Dhanteras this year...

Dhanteras 2023 date
Dhanteras is celebrated on the Trayodashi date of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. This year this date is starting from 12:35 pm on 10th November. This date will end the next day November 11 at 01:57 pm. On the day of Dhanteras, worship takes place during Pradosh Kaal, hence Dhanteras will be celebrated on 10th November.

Dhanteras 2023 puja muhurat
The auspicious time for worship on this day is from 06:02 p.m. to 08:00 p.m. That means you have about 1 hour and 58 minutes for worship.

Auspicious time for shopping on Dhanteras
Buying gold, silver, and utensils on Dhanteras is considered auspicious. The most auspicious time to buy gold and silver on Dhanteras on November 10 this year is between 2:35 pm to 6:40 am on November 11, 2023. Apart from this, if you miss shopping at this time, then you can buy the goods between 06:40 AM to 1:57 PM on November 11.

Worship method of Dhanteras 2023
On the day of Dhanteras, in the evening i.e. during Pradosh, during the auspicious time, install the idol of Kuber and Dhanvantari Dev towards the north.

Also, install the idol or picture of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. Then light the lamp and start the puja duly.

Apply tilak to all the gods. After this offer flowers, fruits, etc.

Offer white sweets to Lord Kuber and yellow sweets to Lord Dhanvantari.

Keep chanting the mantra 'Om Hreem Kuberaya Namah' during the puja.

To please Lord Dhanvantari, recite Dhanvantari Stotra on this day.
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