Diwali Yama Deepam 2022 Date Timings Direction Tamil

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Festival of Deepam 2022 Yama Dhanteras is another name for Deepam. In essence, a little lamp (Diya) is lit to honor Lord Yama on Yamadeepdaan. The worshippers pray to Yama to protect them on the journey. This event is highly significant to the devotees and is thought to be very auspicious. This event has a connection to a fascinating tale involving a sixteen-year-old son of King Hima.

According to the legend, he was destined to pass away on the fourth day of his marriage from a snake bite. It is stated that on their fourth wedding anniversary, his wife forbade (ignore)  him from sleeping. She placed all of her gold and silver jewelry at the room’s entrance and lighted Diyas, or little lamps, all over the space. She then began to sing and tell her husband stories.

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Diwali Yama Deepam 2022 Date Timings Direction Tamil

  • Yama Deepam Day is on Saturday.
  • Festival day is October 22, 2022.
  • Time of Yama Deepam: Trayodashi Tithi Commences at 6:00 PM on October 22, 2022
  • Ends of Trayodashi Tithi: October 23, 7:05 PM.

Dwitiya Puja Vidhi:

  • As a result, when Yama appeared as a serpent, his eyes were dazzled by the brilliant jewelry. He was unable to access the prince’s chambers as a result.
  • He ascended (went) the mountain of decorations and sat peacefully there the entire night to hear the songs and tales. The next morning, he left quietly.
  • In this way, the wife delivered her husband from death’s grasp. Yamadeepdaan has been the name of the place ever since Dhanteras. Since then, candles have been burned on this day, which honors Yama, the god of death.
  • One of the most auspicious holidays is Diwali, which the people of India observe with the utmost devotion, joy, zeal, and passion. We kindly ask you to celebrate Diwali this year in a special way by giving someone in need clothing and treats.

Festival Calendar for Diwali:

  1. Day 1 of Diwali is dedicated to Govatsa Dwadashi and Vasu Baras.
  2. Day 2 is dedicated to Dhanteras and Dhanvantari Trayodashi.
  3. Day 3 of the Diwali Festivals includes Yama Deepam, Kali Chaudas, Hanuman Puja, Tamil Deepavali, and Narak Chaturdashi.
  4. Day Four of the Diwali Festival is comprised of the Lakshmi Puja, Kedar Gauri Vrat, Chopda Puja, Sharda Puja, Diwali Snan, and Diwali Devpuja.
  5. Day 5 of Diwali festivities include Gowardhan Puja, Annakut Puja, Bali Pratipada, and the celebration of the Gujarati New Year.
  6. Festival Bhaiya Dooj, Bhau Beej, and Yama Dwitiya on Day 6 of Diwali


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