typical diwali celebration or puja in india with diya
oil lamp or diya with crackers, sweet or mithai, dry fruits, indian currency notes, marigold flower and statue of Goddess Laxmi on diwali night

All You Need to Know About Dhanteras or Dhanathrayodashi

Dhanteras or Dhantrayodashi marks the first day of the Diwali festivities. The day is believed to be dedicated to Lord Kubera and Goddess Lakshmi – The Gods of wealth.
Special prayers are offered on Dhanteras in the hope that the God of Wealth greets their household and showers them with prosperity.Celebrations for Dhanteras begin with cleaning-up of homes in preparation for Diwali. People often buy new items at home including plants, lights or even idols of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Parvati.
Gold is often believed to be a symbol of Dhanteras. People often buy articles made of gold or silver. Another popular tradition is to buy utensils. It is a common belief that the utensils will bring good fortune and prosperity to the members of the family.May this Dhanteras light up new dreams and opportunities. Bring wealth and prosperity into your homes and into your lives.

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