The festival of Diwali 2019 has begun today. And tomorrow will be the second day, Choti Diwali. The day of Naraka Chaturdashi will be celebrated on October 26, 2019. It is also known as Kali Chaudas, a Hindu festival that celebrates the death of the demon Narakasura by Krishna, Satyabhama and Kali. The second day of Diwali is the main day of Deepavali festival in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. Sending Happy Naraka Chaturdashi wishes and messages, Hike GIF images, Choti Diwali 2019 WhatsApp Stickers and Facebook Status Pictures to friends and family to celebrate this auspicious festival is also customary. We bring you a collection of Naraka Chaturdashi, Naraka Chaturdashi Wishes, Naraka Chaturdashi Images, Choti Diwali, Choti Diwali 2019 Greetings, Choti Diwali Images, Kali Chaudas Wishes, Kali Chaudas Quotes, Kali Chaudas Images and more, so you guys can wish your loved ones on the day. Happy Choti Diwali 2019 Wishes: WhatsApp Stickers, GIF Image Greetings, SMS, Messages and Quotes on Naraka Chaturdashi.
Naraka Chaturdashi falls on the fourteenth day of Krishna Paksha in the Hindu month Kartik, and the festivities of this day begins at the crack of dawn. Naraka Chaturdashi or Kali Chaudas mainly worships Lord Krishna, Satyabhama and Goddess Kali; who killed the asura, Naraka. Since it is celebrated just one day before Diwali, it is also called as Choti Diwali. The Naraka Chaturdashi celebrations begin early in the morning, where people offer oil, flowers and sandalwood to the deities. Coconuts are also offered to Lord Hanuman, and Prasada of sweetened rice made with jaggery is offered to the gods and goddesses. Naraka Chaturdashi or Choti Diwali 2019 Date in India: Shubh Muhurat & Significance of Abhyang Snan, Legends and Puja Vidhi of Kali Chaudas, the Day 2 of Deepavali.
Making delicious delicacies from semi-cooked rice or poha is customary on this day, and traditionally it is taken from a fresh harvest. People wake up before sunrise and take a head bath (some apply oil before the bath) and apply kajal on this day to ward off the evil eye. While traditionally, families get together to celebrate this day, people in the recent times have resorted to celebrating this festival by sending Happy Naraka Chaturdashi wishes and messages, WhatsApp Stickers and Facebook Status pictures to the ones who live far away.
WhatsApp Message Reads: Have a Happy and Safe Choti Diwali Fill Your Home With Happiness Joy, Peace, and Success. Happy Naraka Chaturdashi.
WhatsApp Message Reads: The Victory of Good Over Evil, The Celebration of Courage Too. May This Narak Chaturdashi Bring Nothing but the Best for You. Happy Naraka Chaturdashi.
WhatsApp Message Reads: May This Narak Chaturdashi Bring Pot Full of Heath, Wealth and Life. May God Always Be With You And Bring an End to All Your Strife. Happy Naraka Chaturdashi.
WhatsApp Message Reads: The Festival of Lights Is Here Again, So Celebrate With Joy, Forget the Pain. May This Narak Chaturdashi Bring You Luck, And You Keep Prospering Again and Again. Happy Naraka Chaturdashi.
WhatsApp Message Reads: Like Lord Krishna Attained Victory Over Narkasura, On This Narak Chaturdashi, May Lord Bless You, And You Attain Victory Over All Evils. Happy Naraka Chaturdashi.
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You can download WhatsApp Stickers with text Naraka Chaturdashi, Choti Diwali, Happy Naraka Chaturdashi 2019, Happy Choti Diwali 2019, Kali Chaudas and Roop Chaudas from the Play Store app. The link to download these lovely messages, wishes and images is here. The festive packs also include photo editor, photo frame, status and more.
Choti Diwali 2019 Greetings: WhatsApp Messages, Image Greetings, SMS & Quotes For Naraka Chaturdashi
While Naraka Chaturdashi is an important festival across India, it is celebrated as the main day of Diwali in Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Goa. People in Goa are also known to make effigies of Narakasura with paper, filled with grass and firecrackers, which is then burnt at the crack of dawn, around 4 am. This tradition is said to ward off all the evil and provide a fresh new and happy beginning to all. In addition to these traditions, dressing up in new clothes, and enjoying the scrumptious delicacies with friends and family is a crucial part of the Naraka Chaturdashi celebrations. We hope that this festival ends the evils in our daily life, and the good and right emerges victorious in all our lives as well! Happy Naraka Chaturdashi!