Dhanteras 2021 : In the Hindu calendar, the festival of Dhanteras is celebrated on the Trayodashi date of the Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. In such a situation, due to the Trayodashi date of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month being on Tuesday, November 02, the festival of Dhanteras will be celebrated on this day.
According to Pandit Sunil Sharma, apart from Lord Dhanvantari, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kuber are also worshiped on Dhanteras. At the same time, the five-day festival of lights, Deepawali, begins from this day. This festival is mainly dedicated to Lord Dhanvantari.
On the other hand, the day of Dhanteras is considered very auspicious for shopping. In such a situation, along with buying gold, silver and brass utensils on this day, there is also a tradition of buying brooms on this day.
Would it be appropriate to buy a broom on Dhanteras this year?
It is also considered auspicious to clean the temple on the day of Diwali with a broom purchased on Dhanteras. At the same time, keep in mind that broom should not be bought on Sunday and Tuesday on Dhanteras, it is believed that doing so increases discord in the house.
In such a situation, this time Dhanteras is falling on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 only. Due to which many experts are advising to keep distance from the broom this time.
Stay away from these things on the day of Dhanteras:
1. Don’t buy broom when Dhanteras is on Sunday and Tuesday, it is believed that doing so increases discord in the house.
2. Buying iron items on Dhanteras is considered taboo, as it is believed to be related to the planet Saturn.
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3. On the other hand, buying sharp objects on Dhanteras is also not considered good.
4. It is believed that you should also avoid buying steel utensils on Dhanteras. This is because steel is considered a symbol of the planet Rahu. In such a situation, if you have to buy iron or steel utensils, then buy them before Dhanteras.
5. Buying items made of glass or ceramic is also not considered auspicious on the day of Dhanteras. It is believed that this can affect the auspiciousness of the family. At the same time, glass is also considered related to Rahu.
6. Buying items made of plastic is also considered taboo on Dhanteras. It is believed that they can have a bad effect on the prosperity of the family.
7. Avoid buying black colored items on Dhanteras. This is because it is considered a symbol of negativity.
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According to astrologers, this time the Dwadashi date will start from Monday, November 01 and will remain till 11:30:16 in the morning of Tuesday, November 02.
– Pradosh Kaal: On the day of Dhanteras i.e. Tuesday, November 2, from 05:37 in the evening to 08:11 in the night.
Tripushkar Yoga (for shopping): From sunrise on 2nd November to around 11:30 am.
– Labh Amrit Yoga (For Shopping) : 10:30 am to 01:31 pm.
-Taurus period: 06.18 pm to 08.14 pm.
Auspicious time for worship on Dhanteras 2021: 06.18 pm to 08.11 pm.
Dhanteras and broom
Regarding the tradition of buying a broom on Dhanteras, Pandit Sunil Sharma says that many times people are shocked to hear about buying a broom on this day, while there are some special reasons for this tradition, which are as follows.
In fact, in the Matsya Purana, the broom is considered a symbol of Goddess Lakshmi. In such a situation, it is believed that by buying a broom on the day of Dhanteras, Goddess Lakshmi resides in the house, while it is also said that those people who are troubled by financial constraints must buy a broom on the day of Dhanteras. According to Pandit Sharma, but it should not be bought on Tuesday and Sunday.
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There is an ancient tradition of buying a broom on Dhanteras
According to the Puranas, during the churning of the ocean, Lord Dhanvantari appeared with the nectar urn. There is an ancient tradition of buying peepal and silver metal on the day of Dhanteras.
Apart from this, there is an ancient tradition of buying brooms on the day of Dhanteras. It is said in the Puranas that by buying a broom on the day of Dhanteras, Lakshmi resides in the house and gets rid of financial constraints.
It is said that in the Puranas, it has been said to buy not one but three brooms on the day of Dhanteras. Apart from this, cleaning the temple on the day of Diwali with a broom purchased on Dhanteras is also considered auspicious.
Dhanteras is celebrated on the Teras Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. On the other hand, buying a broom on the day of Dhanteras is generally considered appropriate in the evening, but if its purchase is also done according to the auspicious time, then it is more auspicious.
It is believed that by sweeping the house with a new broom on Dhanteras, one also gets rid of debt. According to many experts, for this reason there is an old tradition of buying brooms on this day. On the other hand, according to the scriptures, on the day of Dhanteras, Lakshmi Mata does not get angry and goes out of the house by buying a broom and she remains stable in the house. On this day people buy brooms and keep them in their homes and stay up all night to welcome Goddess Lakshmi.
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Understand why the broom is considered special
: It is believed that negative forces are removed with a broom, due to which positivity comes in the house. On the other hand, broom is also considered as a factor of happiness and prosperity in the house, hence it is considered auspicious to buy a broom on the day of Dhanteras.
It is believed that after bringing a new broom in the house on the day of Dhanteras, a white colored thread should be tied on it to keep the blessings of Goddess Lakshmi. Also, doing so brings stability in the financial condition of the house.
It is also said that on the day of Dhanteras, the broom brought by you should be kept lying on the floor. The reason for this is that keeping a broom standing is considered inauspicious. Along with this, it is also believed that the broom should always be kept hidden in the corner of the house.
Apart from this, it is also believed that Goddess Lakshmi gets angry if she sets foot on the broom. On the other hand, Mahalakshmi is pleased to respect the broom.
There is also a tradition of donating a broom in the temple on the day of Diwali. It is said that donating a broom on this day brings Lakshmi ji to the house, special care should be taken here that the brooms donated on Diwali should be bought on the day of Dhanteras.
The broom should never be kept upside down in the house, it is believed that by doing so, discord increases in the house. Along with this, the broom should never be kept outside the house or on the roof. The reason for this is believed to be that by doing so, the fear of theft arises in the house.
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