A Quick view NOVEMBER Festivals and Puja Dates handout

This blog-styled page is a quick link to all the prayer dates etc. for this month of NOVEMBER 2021. We created this page as a quick link for those that consider time a luxury. I would suggest printing the first two pages and have it pasted on your fridge door or a convenient frequently passed by place at your home or work place.The link to most articles are provided below…

The 19 articles are:

1) Rama Ekadashi = 1st November 2021

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2) New Moon (Amavasya) offerings to one’s Ancestors and Prayers to Mother Kali = 4th November 2021

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3) Diwali = 2nd – 6th November 2021

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4) Diwali F.A.Q’S

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5) Diwali and the act of kindness via charity

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6) Diwali = Lakshmi and Kali Puja and Havan

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7) Diwali and Fireworks (According to the S.A. Law)

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8) Alakshmi devi – Mother Lakshmi’s elder sister

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9) Shree Govardhan Puja = 5th November 2021

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10) Skanda Shashti – 9th November 2021

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11) Haribhodini Ekadashi = 14th November 2021

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12) Bhishma Panchaka = 14th – 19th November 2021

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13) Tulasi – Shaligram Vivaha = 14th November 2021, and the Glories of Tulsi Devi

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14) Vishnupati = 16th November 2021

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15) Partial Lunar Eclipse = 19th November 2021

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16) Karthigai Deepam = 19th November 2021

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17) Full Moon Puja and havan = 19th November 2021

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18) Katyayaani-Vrata = 20th November to 18th December 2021, for Early Marriage or Marriage Problems

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19) Uttpanna Ekadashi = 30th November 2021

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Auspicious wedding dates in November 2021.

November:- 6, 7, 13, 20, 21, 27, 28

Auspicious Friday dates to commence a Lakshmi Vrata in November 2021.

November:- 5th , 12th , 19th

Auspicious conception dates to conceive in November 2021.

November:- 5th to 19th

Panchak (The inauspicious period when death occurs) in the month of November.

NOVEMBER:- Commences on 11th @ 23h22 and ends on 16th @ 16h45.

MOOL & NEW MOON (AMAVASYA) DATES FOR NOVEMBER (The most inauspicious days for a baby to be born in).

:- Starts 7th @ 02h31 Ends 8th @ 20h21 (Jyeshtha – Moola Nakshatra’s).

:- Starts 15th @ 15h46 Ends 17th @ 19h21 (Revati – Ashwini Nakshatra’s).

:- Starts 26th @ 01h12 Ends 28th @ 02h28 (Ashlesha – Magha Nakshatra’s).

New Moon begins November 4th @ 02h33 and ends November 4th @ 23h14.

Griha Pravesha November dates (The most auspicious dates for one to move into a new house):- 5th to 19th

Durga Paath Puja dates for November (The most auspicious dates for one to perform a Durga Paath/Saptashati/Chandi homa).

November:- 3, 11, 12, 18, 27, 28

Chaturthi November Date (Lord Ganesh’s devotees invoke his blessings to rid themselves of problems and impediments in their life and bring prosperity, happiness and fulfillment of desires).

MOONRISE TIMINGS

DURBAN JHB

22 November (Monday) 21h29 21h31

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Trayodashi = November Dates 2021.

Pradosha Puja Time

02 November (Tuesday) 18:19 to 20:27

16 November (Tuesday) 18:30 to 20:34

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JAI MATA DI

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