Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes in Marathi, Sanskrit, Hindi & English

Happy Narak Chaturdashi 2021 Wishes Images in Marathi, Sanskrit, Hindi & English: Share warm wishes, messages and quotes to your family and friends on this festival.

Gaurav Garg
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Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes Quotes in Marathi, Sanskrit, Hindi & English

Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes Quotes in Marathi, Sanskrit, Hindi & English

One of the important Hindu festivals, Naraka Chaturdashi (Hindi: नर्क/नरक चतुर्दशी) is celebrated on Chaturdashi (14th day) of the Krishna Paksha. The date for Naraka Chaturdashi is calculated according to the Shalivahan Shaka Hindu calendar month of Ashwin. Actually, Diwali or Deepavali is celebrated for 5 long days and the Naraka Chaturdashi date falls on the 2nd day.

Narak Chaturdashi is a part of the Diwali festival, which is the grandest festival of light. Throughout India, it is celebrated with high vigor, dedication, and enthusiasm. In the northern Indian states, the celebrations are grand. In the Southern Indian States, and also in Maharashtra, Narak Chaturdashi comprises glorified and detailed bathing rituals. However, Goa has a unique celebration style. On the eve of Narak Chaturdashi, effigies of Narakasura are prepared and paraded throughout the day, which ends with their burning in the evening. In West Bengal and a few east Indian states, Narak Chaturdashi is celebrated as Kali Chaudas. On this day huge and magnificent pandals are made for Maa Kali, wherein special puja is carried out.

Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes, Quotes With Images, Status, Messages

On the eve of Narak Chaturdashi, people also greet each other with different wishes, quotes with images, status, messages. This is because of the simplicity in the availability and sharing of these contents that are available digitally. You can search various websites for the wishes, images for Narak Chaturdashi. Also, for your benefit, we are giving some images with wishes, statuses, and messages that you can share with your friends and family.

Happy Naraka Chaturdashi Quotes in English

may the joy and cheer of this divine festival surround you forever, may the happiness that this season brings brighten your life. hope the year brings you luck and fulfills all your dreams! happy Naraka Chaturdashi

Happy Naraka Chaturdashi Quotes in Hindi

जैसे कृष्ण भगवान ने नरकासुर का नाश किया
वैसे ही भगवान आपके जीवन से दुखों का नाश करे
नरक चतुर्दशी की शुभकामनाएं

Happy Naraka Chaturdashi Quotes in Marathi

तुम्हाला आणि तुमच्या
कुटुंबाला उत्तम आरोग्य, संपत्ती
आणि समृद्धी लाभो हीच सदिच्छा.
नरक चतुर्दशीच्या शुभेच्छा!

Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes Quotes in English
Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes Quotes in English
Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes Quotes in Marathi
Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes Quotes in Marathi
Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes Quotes in Marathi, Sanskrit, Hindi & English
Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wishes Quotes in Marathi, Sanskrit, Hindi & English

Narak Chaturdashi Date and  Abhyanga Snan Muhurta 2021

In the year 2021, Narak Chaturdashi’s date is Thursday, 3 November. This year, this is the same date as that of Diwali. The timing and muhurat of Narak Chaturdashi and Diwali differ on the date of fourth November 2021.

  • Thursday, 3rd  November is the day of the Narak Chaturdashi celebration. Its sunrise will be at 6:37 AM and sunset will be at 5:43 PM. 
  • Narak Chaturdashi Abhyanga Snan Muhurta 2021 timing on 4th November 2021 is from 5:40 am to 6:03 am.

Narak Chaturdashi 2021: Story and Significance

According to Hindu Literature, Naraka Chaturdashi is celebrated to signify the killing of the asura (demon) Narakasura by Lord Krishna, Satyabhama, and Kali. On the day of Naraka Chaturdashi, the festivities start with early morning rituals, after which various festivities are carried out. This day is also known by other names such as Choti Diwali, Bhoot Chaturdashi, Kali Chaudas, and Roop Chaudas. A few Indian regions celebrate Naraka Chaturdashi in the form of Kali Chaudas, where Mahakali or Shakti is worshipped in the remembrance of her killing the asura (demon) Narakasura. Hence, on the eve of Naraka Chaturdashi, it is believed that it abolishes laziness and evil, resulting in bringing a shining light in the devotee’s life.

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