Diwali is an ancient eternal festival celebrated every year in autumn. Diwali is celebrated on the new moon day of Kartik month. Deepawali is one of the biggest and most important festivals of India. Diwali is the festival of lights. Spiritually it refers to the ‘victory of light over darkness.
When to do Lakshmi Puja on Diwali:
Light and Lakshmi Puja have special significance on Diwali. According to the scriptures, worshiping Lakshmi during Pradosh period is considered most auspicious. Pradosh Kaal means three Muhurtas after sunset. Apart from this, worshiping Lakshmi in a stable lagna is considered best during Pradosh period. It is believed that in the worship-worship done in a stable ascendant, Goddess Lakshmi definitely starts residing there as some part of her. Apart from this, Lakshmi Puja has special significance even in the Mahanisheeth period. In this there is a law to worship Maa Kali. During this period, most of the people do Lakshmi Puja who are tantriks or seekers.