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The festival of lights is just around the corner. The sweetmeat shops are full of traditional favourites, and the market places are brimming with all things festive. From fairy lights to the fancy Diwali hampers, Diwali preparations have indeed begun in full swing, and we can barely contain our excitement. This year Diwali would be celebrated on 7th November, 2018. Diwali is preceded and followed by number of festivals. Govardhan Puja is celebrated just a day after Diwali. This year Govardhan Puja falls on 8th November, 2018. The festival is celebrated with immense fervour and gaiety in Hindu households, especially the ones who are great followers of Lord Krishna. Lord Krishna is also called Govardhan dhari. The puja is tied to the great legend of Krishna and mount Govardhan. Here's how the Puja is celebrated. 

Govardhan Puja 2018: Date, Significance, Puja Timings and Prasad To Offer in Govardhan Puja

Govardhan Puja 2018: Date, Significance, Puja Timings and Prasad To Offer in Govardhan Puja
Govardhan Puja 2018: Date, Significance, Puja Timings and Prasad To Offer in Govardhan Puja

Govardhan Puja 2018: Govardhan Puja Date and Time 

Govardhan Puja is also referred to as the Annakut Puja by the devotees.
This year, Govardhan Puja would be celebrated on 8th November, 2018. 

Govardhan Puja Pratahkal Muhurat = 6:45 AM to 08:57 AM
Govardhan Puja Sayankal Muhurat = 3:32 PM to 5:43 PM
Pratipada Tithi Begins = 9:31 PM on 7/Nov/2018
Pratipada Tithi Ends = 9:07 PM on 8/Nov/2018 (Source: Drikpanchang.com)

 Govardhan Puja 2018: Significance and History of Govardhan Puja or Annakut Puja

According to the scriptures, the people of Vrindawan used to offer lavish meals to Lord Indra-The God of rain and storm, to make sure he blesses them with timely rainfall and good harvest. Little Krishna found the practice to be too harsh for the small-time farmers, and convinced them to stop making these offerings to Lord Indra and feed their families instead. On not finding his ritualistic offerings, Indra sent down rain and thunderstorm out of anger in Vrindawan. The rains continued for days.
Fearing for their lives, the villagers approached Krishna for help who then asked everyone to proceed to the Govardhan hill. Once there, he lifted the whole hill with his little finger, people trickled under the hill to take shelter from the storm. 

Krishna stood there for seven days, holding the mountain on his little finger without moving. Ultimately Indra had to bow to the might of Krishna and stop the rains. Post this episode, women of Vrindawan cooked 56 dishes for Krishna. It is said that Krishna took 8 meals in a day. Since he stood for seven days without a single morsel of food, the women decided to make up for it with a lavish chappan bhog (a meal consisting 56 items like halwa, ladoos, mishri and peda). 

On this auspicious day, several pilgrims go to the Govardhan hill and offer food and delicacies to Lord Krishna. Those who cannot go to the Govardhan hill, offer him the bhog of 56 items in their homes. Devotees celebrate Govardhan pooja by literally offering a mountain of food to Lord Krishna called Annakoot. Some of the common items found in the chappan bhog are makhan misri, kheer, rasgulla,jeera ladoo, jalebi, rabri, mathri, malpua, mohan bhog, chutney, murabba, saag, dahi, rice, dal, kadhi, ghewar, chila, papad, moong dal ka halwa, pakoda, khichadi etc.
There is also a common ritual of making small mounds of cow dung to represent Govardhan Mountain, which is then beautifully decorated with flowers.

Here's wishing all of you a very Happy Govardhan Puja! 

Reliance Jio has launched special Diwali offer. Called Reliance Jio Diwali Dhamaka, the company is offering a range of offers under it. These include instant 100% cashbacks, JioFi and more. Here's all that buyers can get with Reliance Jio Diwali Dhamaka.

Reliance Jio Diwali Dhamaka: 100% cashback, free JioFi and more

Reliance Jio Diwali Dhamaka: 100% cashback, free JioFi and more

Rs 1,699 annual plan offering 547GB data

This special plan one-year plan offers unlimited data and free voice at Rs 1699.

100% cashback in form of Reliance Digital coupons

Reliance Jio customers can also get 100% cashback in the form of Reliance Digital coupons. The offer is valid for all existing and new customers and applicable on select prepaid plans of Rs 149 and above.

Buy an 4G phone and get instant cashback of Rs 2200

Reliance Jio is also offering instant cashback of Rs 2200 on purchase of any 4G phone. The offer is applicable on recharges of Rs 198/299 for all new and existing customers.

Cashback up to Rs 300 in Paytm, PhonePe, Amazon Pay and Mobikwik

Reliance Jio customers will also get cashback up to Rs 300 e-wallets including Paytm, PhonePe, Amazon Pay and Mobikwik. The offer is valid on recharges above Rs 398 and above.

Jio Festive gift cards

As part of the JioPhone Diwali Dhamka, Reliance Jio is offering buyers of the Jio Festive gift cards 6 months unlimited voice and data with JioPhone.

Get Rs 200 discount on JioPhone 2

Priced at Rs 2,999, the JioPhone 2 is available with a cashback of Rs 200 if users pay via Paytm.

JioFi benefits worth Rs 3,000 with laptop

On purchase of new laptops, buyers can get JioFi data benefits worth Rs 3,000. This includes free voice unlimited data (386GB) and complimentary membership of JioPrime.

JioFi with LG Smart TV

Buyers of LG Smart TV will get a JioFi, data benefits worth Rs 2,000 and Jio Prime membership free.

Diwali is one of the most important festival celebrated by Hindus all around the world. Diwali 2018 will be celebrated on 7th November in most parts of India, and on 6th November in the South Indian states of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu. Hindu residents of Singapore will also celebrate Diwali along with these three states on November 6th, 2018. The festival and its celebrations usually last for five days, among which the third day is the main day. During all the five days of Dhanteras, Chhoti Diwali, Badi Diwali, Govardhan Pooja and Bhai Dooj, houses, temples and public places are all lit up with lights and earthen lamps. The themes of 'victory of good over evil' and 'victory of light over dark' are associated with the festival. The festival falls in the month of Karthik, according to Hindu calendar. According to the Gregorian calendar, the festival falls during the months of either October or November.

Also referred to as the festival of lights or Deepavali, Diwali celebrations have evolved in countless ways over the years. It is considered auspicious to buy new goods during the days preceding Diwali. Hindus are busy cleaning and renovating their houses and repairing furniture. People also paint their houses and rooms in new colours and purchase new home appliances, clothes and other things in the run up to Diwali. The third day of the five-day festival marks its climax and is a public holiday in the Indian subcontinent.

Diwali 2018: Dates, Calender, Lakshmi Puja Muhurat and Special Foods Served On Deepavali

Diwali 2018: Dates, Calender, Lakshmi Puja Muhurat and Special Foods Served On Deepavali
Diwali 2018: Dates, Calender, Lakshmi Puja Muhurat and Special Foods Served On Deepavali

Importance Of Diwali

Diwali is a word that has been derived from the Sanskrit word Deepavali, which means a "row or a string of lights". The word is a conjugation of "deepa" or an earthen lamp and "vali" or a continuous row or series of something. The festival falls during the beginning of autumn and at the end of summer harvest. Diwali coincides with the darkest day of the year, also known as Amavasya. This day is the darkest of Hindu lunisolar calendar. Although the festival has been known as a predominantly Hindu festival, it's also celebrated by Jains, Sikhs and Newar Buddhists. However, the day marks different historical events and stories for all these religions.

The significance of Diwali varies regionally within India, with people worshipping different deities on the day and following different traditions. One of the most well-known traditions of Diwali is associated with the Hindu epic of Ramayana. This tradition celebrates the victory of the King of Ayodhya, Ram, over the demon king Ravana of the kingdom of Lanka. Diwali is the day when Ram, Sita, Lakshman and Hanuman, returned to Ayodhya, after a period of 14 years of exile. Legend has it that the kingdom had lit up with lamps, with people rejoicing and celebrating the return of the righteous heir to the throne.

Here are the dates for all the five days of Diwali 2018 and a day-wise significance:

1. Dhanteras 2018

Dhanteras will be celebrated on November 5th, 2018 this year. This is the day that most people go out to buy new things like utensils, gold coins and jewellery. Houses and offices are cleaned and decorated with earthen lamps and artificial lights.

2. Chhoti Diwali 2018

This day is also known as Narak Chaturdashi, but is commonly known as chhoti Diwali. Falling on November 6th 2018 this year, this is a major day for purchasing sweets made from various ingredients for guests, friends and family. Halwais or sweetmeat makers work over time to meet the increased demand for sweets like laddos, halwas and more, during the run up to this day. Families are also busy preparing homemade delicacies for the guests who visit on the main day of the festival, that is, Diwali.

3. Diwali 2018

This is the main day during the five-day festival and is also known as the day of Lakshmi Pujan. This is because Goddess Lakshmi, who is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity, is worshipped on this day. The muhurat or auspicious timing for conducting Lakshmi Pujan this year is between 5.57 pm and 7.53 pm on November 7th, 2018. During this time, the family gets together and recite prayers and sing holy songs in unison. After the conclusion of the prayers, everyone takes blessings from the holy flame and indulges in sweets. This is the time to meet and greet with friends, family and relatives and exchange gifts and sweets.

4. Govardhan Puja 2018

This is the day right after Diwali and this year it will be celebrated on November 8th, 2018. This day celebrates the unique bond between husband and wife and in some Indian regions, this is the day when husbands give gifts to their wives. In yet other regions, parents invite their newly married sons or daughters along with their spouses to a family meal and bless the couple with gifts.

5. Bhai Duj 2018

Bhaiya Duj or Bhau Beej is the last day of the five-day festival and this year, it will be celebrated on November 9th, 2018. This day celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. On this day, the brother travels to his sister's house and the 'tilak' ritual involves the sister decorating her brother's forehead with a round of vermillion. The day is similar in spirit with another Hindu festival of Rakshabandhan.

Diwali 2018: Special Foods and Sweets

Diwali is a festival of indulgence and it's hard to resist the wide variety of sweets and delicacies that flood the markets, around this time. It's customary to keep a plateful of dry fruits, nuts and some sweets ready for when guests come home and offer the same to them. Food is central to Diwali celebrations and people start preparing to make a number of sweets and savouries to serve to their guests on Diwali evening. Along with bursting of crackers and exchanging sweets, eating mithais made in pure desi ghee and mava is an indelible part of Diwali.

The kind of traditional sweet and savoury foods cooked during Diwali varies from region to region. But what doesn't change in Diwali feasts across the country is the level of richness in all the foods on offer.

Happy Diwali 2018!

It's only been a few days since we concluded our Dussehra and Durga Puja celebrations, but the nation has no time to pause and breathe it seems. Why, you ask? Because Diwali 2018 is just around the corner! This year Diwali would be celebrated on 7th November, 2018. But before the festival of lights, there awaits a line of other festivals too, the preparations of which have also begun in full swing. The auspicious day of Dhanteras falls on 5th November this year, and Choti Diwali would be celebrated on 6th November, 2018. Choti Diwali is also known as Naraka Chaturdashi and falls on Chaturdashi (fourteenth day) of the Krishna Paksha in the Vikram Samvat Hindu Calendar month of Kartik. Read to know why the festival holds such immense significance in Hindu faith. 

Choti Diwali 2018: Choti Diwali Date, Puja Time, Significance And Foods To Celebrate With

Choti Diwali 2018: Choti Diwali Date, Puja Time, Significance And Foods To Celebrate With
Choti Diwali 2018: Choti Diwali Date, Puja Time, Significance And Foods To Celebrate With


Choti Diwali, Naraka Chaturdashi Puja Time

Abhyang Snan Muhurta = 05:08 AM to 06:44 AM
Chaturdashi Tithi Begins = 11:46 PM on 5/Nov/2018
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends = 10:27 PM on 6/Nov/2018

Choti Diwali 2018: Significance and History of the Naraka Chaturdashi

Choti Diwali is celebrated a day before Diwali. In many parts of the country, the festival is celebrated as Naraka Chaturdashi. It was named after the great battle of Narakasura and Lord Krishna. According to scriptures, the demon king had held 16,000 girls in his cruel hostage. Lord Krishna defeated the demon and relieved the girls from his rule. Since the girls were unsure of their future and acceptance in the society, they went to Lord Krishna for advice. Lord Krishna and his wife Queen Satyabhama, decided that they should all marry Lord Krishna and be recognised as his wives.  

On Choti Diwali, many people perform Abhyang Snan or take a bath in the holy Ganges River. According to scriptures, taking the holy dip could absolve a person of his previous sins and he/she could be saved from going to Naraka or hell. Til or sesame oil is used for ubtan or a special face mask that is applied during the holy bath. After the bath, people deck up in new clothes and enjoy a sumptuous breakfast. In Maharashtrian households, puran poli and misal pav preparations are very famous.

Xiaomi currently is India’s favorite brand. The company sells the highest number of smartphones in the country with some of the bestselling devices.

Xiaomi devices already offer value for money specs, but what if you can get these best selling devices at a lower price? Several Xiaomi devices are up for sale at multiple online sales.

Here are some of the best deals you can get on Xiaomi devices at Mi Super Sale, Flipkart Big Diwali Sale and Amazon Great Indian Festival.

Xiaomi Diwali Sale: Best Deals On Mi.Com, Amazon, Flipkart!

Xiaomi Diwali Sale: Best Deals On Mi.Com, Amazon, Flipkart!
Xiaomi Diwali Sale: Best Deals On Mi.Com, Amazon, Flipkart!


Redmi Note 5 Pro | Mi Super Sale & Flipkart Big Diwali Sale

The best selling mid-range Xiaomi superstar, the Redmi Note 5 Pro will be available at Rs 12,999 at the Mi Super Sale and Flipkart Big Diwali Sale. The base variant of the Note 5 Pro is originally priced at Rs 14,999.

Xiaomi Mi A2 | Mi Super Sale & Amazon Great Indian Festival

The Mi A2 is now available at Rs 14,999 down from its original price of Rs 16,999. There’s a flat Rs 2,000 discount on the dual-lensed camera smartphone at the Mi Super Sale and Amazon Great Indian Festival.


Poco F1 | Mi Super Sale & Flipkart Big Diwali Sale

The Xiaomi entry-premium flagship Poco F1 will be available at an additional Rs 3,000 off on exchange of an old OnePlus smartphone. The offer is available on the 128GB variant, with a maximum discount of Rs 14,900 on exchange with any device.

Redmi Y2 | Mi Super Sale & Amazon Great Indian Festival

The dual-lensed Redmi Y2 is available with an additional Rs 5,00 flat discount. The smartphone is now available at Rs. 9,499 at Mi Super Sale and Amazon Great Indian Festival excluding bank discounts.

Mi LED Smart TV 4A | Mi Super Sale & Flipkart Big Diwali Sale

The 43-inch version of the Mi LED Smart TV 4A will be available at a flat 1,000 discount at the Mi Super Sale and Flipkart Big Diwali Sale. The Mi TV will be available at Rs 21,999 down from its original price of Rs 22,999 at the respective sales.

Mi Band 3 | Mi Super Sale & Amazon Great Indian Festival

The newly launched Mi Band 3 is now available at Rs 1,999 at Mi.com and Amazon India. You can avail additional discounts via wallet or bank card at the at Mi Super Sale and Amazon Great Indian Festival.

Redmi 6 Pro | Amazon Great Indian Festival

The newly launched Redmi 6 Pro is now available at a flat additional Rs 1,000 off on exchange at the Amazon Great Indian Festival. There’s also a flat 10 percent additional instant discount with HDFC Bank cards.

Redmi 6 | Flipkart Big Diwali Sale

The 64GB variant of the budget dual-lensed Redmi 6 will be available at a flat Rs 1,000 at the Flipkart Big Diwali Sale. You can also avail an additional 10 percent additional instant discount with SBI credit cards.

If you have been planning to buy a laptop this festive season, it’s raining offers both online and offline. Sellers run offers, deals and massive discounts on a wide range of devices.

Upgrading to a new laptop at a budget price does make sense during this period.

Even if you are first time buyer, the festive season has one of the best offers on laptops. To make it easy for you to pick the best one in the market, here’s our list of the best budget laptops you can buy this Diwali.

Buying Laptop This Diwali? Here Are The Top 7 Laptops On Amazon, Flipkart!

Buying Laptop This Diwali? Here Are The Top 7 Laptops On Amazon, Flipkart!
Buying Laptop This Diwali? Here Are The Top 7 Laptops On Amazon, Flipkart!

Dell Inspiron 3565

This Dell Inspiron laptop is a great option for everyday use. The laptop has all the important internals including the latest hardware. It has a sturdy build and will last long.
  • Full HD 15.6-inch display
  • 7th-gen AMD Dual Core A6 APU
  • 4GB RAM
  • 500GB HDD
  • Ubuntu
  • USB 2.0
  • USB 3.0
  • HDMI
  • 3-in-1 card reader
  • ODD
  • Ethernet



Asus VivoBook X507

The laptop has been launched recently has some fairly good features at this price. The laptop would be a good option for everyday use backed by some hardware.
  • 6th-gen Intel i3 Processor
  • 4GB of DDR4 RAM
  • Full HD 15.6-inch display
  • 1TB of HDD storage
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • USB 2.0
  • USB 3.0
  • HDMI
  • Ethernet



Lenovo V110

A budget Lenovo laptop, the V110 could be a great option for daily usage. The laptop comes with all the required necessities and functions.
  • 2.4GHz AMD A6-9210 processor
  • Full HD 15.6-inch anti-glare screen
  • 4GB RAM
  • 1TB HDD
  • USB 2.0
  • USB 3.0
  • HDMI
  • Ethernet
  • Full-sized keyboard
  • Rotable flexible 180-degree hinge


Asus EEEBook Flip

If you are someone who wants to have a trendy laptop, this convertible Asus EEEBook Flip could be your go-to option. Its portable and has a good battery backup.
  • 11.6-inch touch display
  • 1.60GHz Intel Celeron N3050 processor
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 64GB eMMC storage
  • USB 3.0
  • Micro HDMI port
  • 360-degree design
  • Tab, tent & laptop mode
  • Windows 10
  • Battery life of 7-8 hours


Lenovo Ideapad 320

The Lenovo Ideapad 320 is a good budget laptop given its top processor and performance. Its affordable and a value for money option.
  • 15.6-inch HD screen
  • 1.8GHz AMD E2-9000 APU
  • 4GB RAM
  • 1TB HDD
  • USB 2.0
  • USB 3.0
  • HDMI
  • AMD Radeon R2 graphics
  • Windows 10
  • 5-6 hours of battery



Asus VivoBook E203NAH

If you are someone who has to take his laptop everywhere you go, this Asus VivoBook ultra-portable laptop would be very helpful. It has all the important functions in a small package.
  • 11.6-inch display
  • 7th-gen Intel Celeron dual-core processor
  • 2GB DDR3 RAM
  • 500GB HDD
  • Windows 10
  • 10 hours of battery life
  • USB 2.0
  • USB 3.0
  • HDMI

HP 15-bg007AU

The only HP laptop in the list, this computer is a powerful budget option. Good at multitasking, the device works well with any condition thrown at.
  • 7th-gen AMD quad-core A6-7310 APU Processor,
  • Radeon R4 graphics memory,
  • 4GB RAM
  • 500GB SATA HDD
  • USB 2.0
  • USB 3.0
  • HDMI
  • 15.6-inch HD screen
  • Backlit keyboard
  • Windows 10


Which laptop will choose this Diwali? Do let us know by commenting right here!

With a few days away from Diwali, it’s a great time to buy a new smartphone. E-commerce companies are running offer and all the best-selling smartphones are now available at a lower price.

This festive season there are offers on a wide range of smartphones, covering all the budgets.
Diwali Shopping: Top 10 Smartphones You Can Buy This Diwali
Diwali Shopping: Top 10 Smartphones You Can Buy This Diwali

Diwali Shopping: Top 10 Smartphones You Can Buy This Diwali

Flipkart, Amazon and Paytm are running of deals on a streak of smartphones with instant discounts and cashbacks. We have listed down the top smartphones you can buy this Diwali on the basis of performance, camera, battery and user interface.

Realme 2 Pro

A great mid-budget option, Realme 2 offers an immersive water-drop bezel-less display backed by a standard hardware and top performing cameras. Starting at just Rs 13,990, the Realme 2 Pro is an affordable smartphone you can buy to enjoy the latest of features like 6.3-inch full HD+ 19.5:9 display, dual cameras, Snapdragon 660 and 3,500mAh battery.

OnePlus 6/OnePlus 6T

Even with just a few days away from OnePlus 6T, OnePlus 6 still remains one of the best Android smartphones you can buy right now. Backed by Snapdragon 845, OxygenOS, dual cameras, notched display and a 3,300mAh battery, OnePlus 6 ensures a seamless performance at an entry-premium level price.

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro

A mid-budget camera superstar, Redmi Note 5 Pro excels in camera performance backed by Snapdragon 636. The Redmi Note 5 Pro comes with a rear dual camera setup, MIUI 10, 4,000mAh battery and some top features to offer an overall standardized performance.

Asus Zenfone 5Z

A straight OnePlus 6 competitor, Asus Zenfone 5Z comes with some top features like Snapdragon 845 processor, dual cameras, glass sandwich body, notched display and much more. Asus Zenfone 5Z offers one of the fastest Android experiences you an get on an Android with a clean software on board.

Nokia 6.1 Plus

The Nokia X6 was launched in India as a rebranded Nokia 6.1 Plus. The smartphone features a notched 19:9 display, Snapdragon 636, dual cameras, 3,300mAh battery with fast charging and more. Running Android One under, the smartphone packs in a solid performance overall in terms of multitasking and extended use.

Xiaomi Mi A2

A successor to the successful Xiaomi Mi A1, the second generation Mi A series smartphone saw some nifty upgrades. The Mi A2 comes with an 18:9 widescreen display, Snapdragon 660 processor, dual cameras, Quick Charge 4.0 fast-charging and more. The Mi A2 camera offers an exceptional low light photography experience.

Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1

Another budget superstar, the Asus Zenfone Max Pro M1 packs in features like 18:9 widescreen full HD+ display, Snapdragon 636 processor, massive 5,000mAh battery and dual cameras. A great smartphone under 11,000 rupees, Zenfone Max Pro M1 runs awesomely on its specs.

Motorola One Power

Talking about batteries, there’s another top smartphone running Android One with a 5,000mAh battery under. Motorola One Power comes with a Snapdragon 636, dual cameras, 19:9 notched display and Android One. The smartphone offers a seamless experience in terms of usage with two days of battery life.

Moto G6

If you are looking for a good looking budget smartphone, Moto G6 should be on your list. The smartphone comes with an 18:9 widescreen display, all new design language, above average cameras and a clean UI. With a 3D contoured glass design on the out, the smartphone at the same time offers a great performance inside.

Poco F1

To end with, if you are looking for a top performing smartphone who offers a mix of top performance with great cameras, Poco F1 should be your go-to option. The cheapest Snapdragon 845 smartphone, this newly launched Xiaomi sub-brand has a superstar starting at just 20,999 backed by some top of the line features and stellar performance.

We will soon present the best Diwali offers, under the festive sales season. Stay tuned!

It’s raining offers in the telecom industry. After Jio, now all the major operators have joined the festive bandwagon to offer special prepaid plans.

Both BSNL and Jio has launched special annual plans with top offers including data and free voice calls.

Now Vodafone has also launched a special plan under 300 rupees offering data and calls for 84 days. We have listed some special Diwali prepaid plans from different telecom operators.

Best Prepaid Plans This Diwali From Jio, Airtel, BSNL, Vodafone

Best Prepaid Plans This Diwali From Jio, Airtel, BSNL, Vodafone
Best Prepaid Plans This Diwali From Jio, Airtel, BSNL, Vodafone

Reliance Jio Diwali Plans

The company has launched a special annual plan priced at Rs 1,699 offering unlimited calls and 1.5GB per day for 365 days. The 1,699 Jio Diwali plan offers a total of 547.5GB data which comes with 100 percent cashback. The Jio Diwali plan will also offer 100 SMS per day, free access to premium Jio apps and and unlimited voice calls all throughout India.

The Jio Diwali plan can be recharged between till October 30. There are some good cashback offers available as well on different packages.
PlanJio 1699 Diwali Plan
Data1.5GB per day
CallsUnlimited (Local + STD + National Roaming)
SMS100 per day
Validity365 days
PriceRs 1,699

BSNL Diwali Plans

The public telecom company has launched two special long-term annual plans this festival. The first plan is priced at Rs 1,699 offering unlimited data with 2GB per day including unlimited calls and free 100 SMS per day. The BSNL 1,699 plan comes with a validity of 365 days with a total of 730GB.

The next plan offers similar benefits and validity, but it offers a total of 1460GB data with 4GB data per day priced at Rs 2,099 for a year.

The company also launched a special Rs 78 plan offering unlimited calls and data for 10 days.
PlanBSNL 1699 Diwali Plan
Data2GB per day
CallsUnlimited (Local + STD + National Roaming)
SMS100 per day
Validity365 days
PriceRs 1,699

PlanBSNL 2099 Diwali Plan
Data4GB per day
CallsUnlimited (Local + STD + National Roaming)
SMS100 per day
Validity365 days
PriceRs 2,099

Vodafone Diwali Plans

Vodafone launched a special plan priced at 279 rupees offering benefits for 84 days. A first time for the company, the new 279 Vodafone plan is offering 4GB data, unlimited calls (250 minutes a day, 1000 minutes for a week) with free 100 SMS per day. The plan is exclusive for 4G Vodafone users only.

The company also launched a Rs 597 plan for feature phone users offering 10GB data, unlimited call benefits (daily limit of 250 minutes and 1000 minutes a week) with free SMS valid for 168 days.
PlanVodafone 279 Diwali Plan
Data4GB
CallsUnlimited (Local + STD + National Roaming)**
SMS100 per day
Validity84 days
PriceRs 279

PlanVodafone 597 Diwali Plan
Data10GB
CallsUnlimited (Local + STD + National Roaming)**
SMS100 per day
Validity168 days
PriceRs 597

Airtel Diwali Plans

Bharti Airtel has launched a new plan priced at 181 rupees offering 3GB daily data for 14 days. The plan also comes with unlimited calls and free texts. Airtel also has a Rs 199 prepaid plan offering a total of 39.2GB data for 28 days at 1.4GB data per day.
PlanAirtel 181 Diwali Plan
Data3GB per day
CallsUnlimited (Local + STD + National Roaming)
SMS100 per day
Validity14 days
PriceRs 181

दीपावली पूजन विधि
दीपावली पूजन की विधि Diwali Puja Vidhi

कार्तिक मास की अमावस्या का दिन दीपावली के रूप में पूरे देश में बडी धूम-धाम से मनाया जाता हैं। इसे रोशनी का पर्व भी कहा जाता है।


कहा जाता है कि कार्तिक अमावस्या को भगवान रामचन्द्र जी चौदह वर्ष का बनवास पूरा कर अयोध्या लौटे थे। अयोध्या वासियों ने श्री रामचन्द्र के लौटने की खुशी में दीप जलाकर खुशियाँ मनायी थीं, इसी याद में आज तक दीपावली पर दीपक जलाए जाते हैं और कहते हैं कि इसी दिन महाराजा विक्रमादित्य का राजतिलक भी हुआ था। आज के दिन व्यापारी अपने बही खाते बदलते है तथा लाभ हानि का ब्यौरा तैयार करते हैं।  दीपावली पर जुआ खेलने की भी प्रथा हैं। इसका प्रधान लक्ष्य वर्ष भर में भाग्य की परीक्षा करना है। लोग जुआ खेलकर यह पता लगाते हैं कि उनका पूरा साल कैसा रहेगा।

पूजन विधानः दीपावली पर माँ लक्ष्मी व गणेश के साथ सरस्वती मैया की भी पूजा की जाती है। भारत मे दीपावली परम्प   रम्पराओं का त्यौंहार है। पूरी परम्परा व श्रद्धा के साथ दीपावली का पूजन किया जाता है। इस दिन लक्ष्मी पूजन में माँ लक्ष्मी की प्रतिमा या चित्र की पूजा की जाती है। इसी तरह लक्ष्मी जी का पाना भी बाजार में मिलता है जिसकी परम्परागत पूजा की जानी अनिवार्य है। गणेश पूजन के बिना कोई भी पूजन अधूरा होता है इसलिए लक्ष्मी के साथ गणेश पूजन भी किया जाता है। सरस्वती की पूजा का कारण यह है कि धन व सिद्धि के साथ ज्ञान भी पूजनीय है इसलिए ज्ञान की पूजा के लिए माँ सरस्वती की पूजा की जाती है।
इस दिन धन व लक्ष्मी की पूजा के रूप में लोग लक्ष्मी पूजा में नोटों की गड्डी व चाँदी के सिक्के भी रखते हैं। इस दिन रंगोली सजाकर माँ लक्ष्मी को खुश किया जाता है। इस दिन धन के देवता कुबेर, इन्द्र देव तथा समस्त मनोरथों को पूरा करने वाले विष्णु भगवान की भी पूजा की जाती है। तथा रंगोली सफेद व लाल मिट्टी से बनाकर व रंग बिरंगे रंगों से सजाकर बनाई जाती है।
विधिः दीपावली के दिन दीपकों की पूजा का विशेष महत्व हैं। इसके लिए दो थालों में दीपक रखें। छः चौमुखे दीपक दोनो थालों में रखें। छब्बीस छोटे दीपक भी दोनो थालों में सजायें। इन सब दीपको को प्रज्जवलित करके जल, रोली, खील बताशे, चावल, गुड, अबीर, गुलाल, धूप, आदि से पूजन करें और टीका लगावें। व्यापारी लोग दुकान की गद्दी पर गणेश लक्ष्मी की प्रतिमा रखकर पूजा करें। इसके बाद घर आकर पूजन करें। पहले पुरूष फिर स्त्रियाँ पूजन करें। स्त्रियाँ चावलों का बायना निकालकर कर उस रूपये रखकर अपनी सास के चरण स्पर्श करके उन्हें दे दें तथा आशीवार्द प्राप्त करें। पूजा करने के बाद दीपकों को घर में जगह-जगह पर रखें। एक चौमुखा, छः छोटे दीपक  गणेश लक्ष्मीजी के पास रख दें। चौमुखा दीपक का काजल सब बडे बुढे बच्चे अपनी आँखो में डालें।


दीपावली पूजन कैसे करें

प्रातः स्नान करने के बाद स्वच्छ वस्त्र धारण करें।
अब निम्न संकल्प से दिनभर उपवास रहें-

मम सर्वापच्छांतिपूर्वकदीर्घायुष्यबलपुष्टिनैरुज्यादि-
सकलशुभफल प्राप्त्यर्थं
गजतुरगरथराज्यैश्वर्यादिसकलसम्पदामुत्तरोत्तराभिवृद्ध्‌यर्थं

इंद्रकुबेरसहितश्रीलक्ष्मीपूजनं करिष्ये।

संध्या के समय पुनः स्नान करें।

लक्ष्मीजी के स्वागत की तैयारी में घर की सफाई करके दीवार को चूने अथवा गेरू से पोतकर लक्ष्मीजी का चित्र बनाएं। (लक्ष्मीजी का छायाचित्र भी लगाया जा सकता है।)

  • भोजन में स्वादिष्ट व्यंजन, कदली फल, पापड़ तथा अनेक प्रकार की मिठाइयाँ बनाएं।
  • लक्ष्मीजी के चित्र के सामने एक चौकी रखकर उस पर मौली बाँधें।
  • इस पर गणेशजी की मिट्टी की मूर्ति स्थापित करें।
  • फिर गणेशजी को तिलक कर पूजा करें।
  • अब चौकी पर छः चौमुखे व 26 छोटे दीपक रखें।
  • इनमें तेल-बत्ती डालकर जलाएं।
  • फिर जल, मौली, चावल, फल, गुढ़, अबीर, गुलाल, धूप आदि से विधिवत पूजन करें।
  • पूजा पहले पुरुष तथा बाद में स्त्रियां करें।
  • पूजा के बाद एक-एक दीपक घर के कोनों में जलाकर रखें।
  • एक छोटा तथा एक चौमुखा दीपक रखकर निम्न मंत्र से लक्ष्मीजी का पूजन करें-

नमस्ते सर्वदेवानां वरदासि हरेः प्रिया।
या गतिस्त्वत्प्रपन्नानां सा मे भूयात्वदर्चनात॥

 इस मंत्र से इंद्र का ध्यान करें-

ऐरावतसमारूढो वज्रहस्तो महाबलः।
शतयज्ञाधिपो देवस्तमा इंद्राय ते नमः॥

 इस मंत्र से कुबेर का ध्यान करें-

धनदाय नमस्तुभ्यं निधिपद्माधिपाय च।
भवंतु त्वत्प्रसादान्मे धनधान्यादिसम्पदः॥

इस पूजन के पश्चात तिजोरी में गणेशजी तथा लक्ष्मीजी की मूर्ति रखकर विधिवत पूजा करें।
तत्पश्चात इच्छानुसार घर की बहू-बेटियों को आशीष और उपहार दें।
लक्ष्मी पूजन रात के बारह बजे करने का विशेष महत्व है।
इसके लिए एक पाट पर लाल कपड़ा बिछाकर उस पर एक जोड़ी लक्ष्मी तथा गणेशजी की मूर्ति रखें। समीप ही एक सौ एक रुपए, सवा सेर चावल, गुढ़, चार केले, मूली, हरी ग्वार की फली तथा पाँच लड्डू रखकर लक्ष्मी-गणेश का पूजन करें।
उन्हें लड्डुओं से भोग लगाएँ।
दीपकों का काजल सभी स्त्री-पुरुष आँखों में लगाएं।
फिर रात्रि जागरण कर गोपाल सहस्रनाम पाठ करें।
इस दिन घर में बिल्ली आए तो उसे भगाएँ नहीं।
बड़े-बुजुर्गों के चरणों की वंदना करें।

व्यावसायिक प्रतिष्ठान, गद्दी की भी विधिपूर्वक पूजा करें।

रात को बारह बजे दीपावली पूजन के उपरान्त चूने या गेरू में रुई भिगोकर चक्की, चूल्हा, सिल्ल, लोढ़ा तथा छाज (सूप) पर कंकू से तिलक  करें। (हालांकि आजकल घरों मे ये सभी चीजें मौजूद नहीं है लेकिन भारत के गाँवों में और छोटे कस्बों में आज भी इन सभी चीजों का विशेष महत्व है क्योंकि जीवन और भोजन का आधार ये ही हैं)

दूसरे दिन प्रातःकाल चार बजे उठकर पुराने छाज में कूड़ा रखकर उसे दूर फेंकने के लिए ले जाते समय कहें 'लक्ष्मी-लक्ष्मी आओ, दरिद्र-दरिद्र जाओ'।

लक्ष्मी पूजन के बाद अपने घर के तुलसी के गमले में, पौधों के गमलों में घर के आसपास मौजूद पेड़ के पास दीपक रखें और  अपने पड़ोसियों के घर भी दीपक रखकर आएं।

मंत्र-पुष्पांजलि :

( अपने हाथों में पुष्प लेकर निम्न मंत्रों को बोलें) :-

ॐ यज्ञेन यज्ञमयजन्त देवास्तानि धर्माणि प्रथमान्यासन्‌ ।
तेह नाकं महिमानः सचन्त यत्र पूर्वे साध्याः सन्ति देवाः ॥
ॐ राजाधिराजाय प्रसह्य साहिने नमो वयं वैश्रवणाय कुर्महे ।
स मे कामान्‌ कामकामाय मह्यं कामेश्वरो वैश्रवणो ददातु ॥
कुबेराय वैश्रवणाय महाराजाय नमः ।
ॐ महालक्ष्म्यै नमः, मंत्रपुष्पांजलिं समर्पयामि ।

(हाथ में लिए फूल महालक्ष्मी पर चढ़ा दें।)

प्रदक्षिणा करें, साष्टांग प्रणाम करें, अब हाथ जोड़कर निम्न क्षमा प्रार्थना बोलें :-

क्षमा प्रार्थना :

आवाहनं न जानामि न जानामि विसर्जनम्‌ ॥
पूजां चैव न जानामि क्षमस्व परमेश्वरि ॥
मन्त्रहीनं क्रियाहीनं भक्तिहीनं सुरेश्वरि ।
यत्पूजितं मया देवि परिपूर्ण तदस्तु मे ॥
त्वमेव माता च पिता त्वमेव
त्वमेव बन्धुश्च सखा त्वमेव ।
त्वमेव विद्या द्रविणं त्वमेव
त्वमेव सर्वम्‌ मम देवदेव ।
पापोऽहं पापकर्माहं पापात्मा पापसम्भवः ।
त्राहि माम्‌ परमेशानि सर्वपापहरा भव ॥
अपराधसहस्राणि क्रियन्तेऽहर्निशं मया ।
दासोऽयमिति मां मत्वा क्षमस्व परमेश्वरि ॥

पूजन समर्पण :
हाथ में जल लेकर निम्न मंत्र बोलें :-

'ॐ अनेन यथाशक्ति अर्चनेन श्री महालक्ष्मीः प्रसीदतुः'

(जल छोड़ दें, प्रणाम करें)

विसर्जन :

अब हाथ में अक्षत लें (गणेश एवं महालक्ष्मी की प्रतिमा को छोड़कर अन्य सभी) प्रतिष्ठित देवताओं को अक्षत छोड़ते हुए निम्न मंत्र से विसर्जन कर्म करें :-

यान्तु देवगणाः सर्वे पूजामादाय मामकीम्‌ ।
इष्टकामसमृद्धयर्थं पुनर्अपि पुनरागमनाय च ॥

ॐ आनंद ! ॐ आनंद !! ॐ आनंद !!!

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तुम पाताल-निरंजनि, सुख-सम्पत्ति-दाता ।
जोकोई तुमको ध्यावत, ऋद्धि-सिद्धि-धन पाता ॥ॐ जय...
तुम पाताल-निवासिनि, तुम ही शुभदाता ।
कर्म-प्रभाव-प्रकाशिनि, भवनिधि की त्राता ॥ॐ जय...

जिस घर तुम रहती, तहँ सब सद्गुण आता ।
सब सम्भव हो जाता, मन नहिं घबराता ॥ॐ जय...
तुम बिन यज्ञ न होते, वस्त्र न हो पाता ।
खान-पान का वैभव सब तुमसे आता ॥ॐ जय...
शुभ-गुण-मंदिर सुन्दर, क्षीरोदधि-जाता ।
रत्न चतुर्दश तुम बिन कोई नहिं पाता ॥ॐ जय...
महालक्ष्मीजी की आरती, जो कई नर गाता ।
उर आनन्द समाता, पाप शमन हो जाता ॥ॐ जय...

(आरती करके शीतलीकरण हेतु जल छोड़ें एवं स्वयं आरती लें, पूजा में सम्मिलित सभी लोगों को आरती दें फिर हाथ धो लें।)

परमात्मा की पूजा में सबसे ज्यादा महत्व है भाव का, किसी भी शास्त्र या धार्मिक पुस्तक में पूजा के साथ धन-संपत्ति को नहीं जो़ड़ा गया है। इस श्लोक में पूजा के महत्व को दर्शाया गया है-

'पत्रं पुष्पं फलं तोयं यो मे भक्त्या प्रयच्छति।
तदहं भक्त्यु पहृतमश्नामि प्रयतात्मनः॥'

पूज्य पांडुरंग शास्त्री अठवलेजी महाराज ने इस श्लोक की व्याख्या इस तरह से की है

'पत्र, पुष्प, फल या जल जो मुझे (ईश्वर को) भक्तिपूर्वक अर्पण करता है, उस शुद्ध चित्त वाले भक्त के अर्पण किए हुए पदार्थ को मैं ग्रहण करता हूँ।'

भावना से अर्पण की हुई अल्प वस्तु को भी भगवान सहर्ष स्वीकार करते हैं। पूजा में वस्तु का नहीं, भाव का महत्व है।
परंतु मानव जब इतनी भावावस्था में न रहकर विचारशील जागृत भूमिका पर होता है, तब भी उसे लगता है कि प्रभु पर केवल पत्र, पुष्प, फल या जल चढ़ाना सच्चा पूजन नहीं है। ये सभी तो सच्चे पूजन में क्या-क्या होना चाहिए, यह समझाने वाले प्रतीक हैं।
पत्र यानी पत्ता। भगवान भोग के नहीं, भाव के भूखे हैं। भगवान शिवजी बिल्व पत्र से प्रसन्न होते हैं, गणपति दूर्वा को स्नेह से स्वीकारते हैं और तुलसी नारायण-प्रिया हैं! अल्प मूल्य की वस्तुएं भी हृदयपूर्वक भगवद् चरणों में अर्पण की जाए तो वे अमूल्य बन जाती हैं। पूजा हृदयपूर्वक होनी चाहिए, ऐसा सूचित करने के लिए ही तो नागवल्ली के हृदयाकार पत्ते का पूजा सामग्री में समावेश नहीं किया गया होगा न!

पत्र यानी वेद-ज्ञान, ऐसा अर्थ तो गीताकार ने खुद ही 'छन्दांसि यस्य पर्णानि' कहकर किया है। भगवान को कुछ दिया जाए वह ज्ञानपूर्वक, समझपूर्वक या वेदशास्त्र की आज्ञानुसार दिया जाए, ऐसा यहां अपेक्षित है। संक्षेप में पूजन के पीछे का अपेक्षित मंत्र ध्यान में रखकर पूजन करना चाहिए। मंत्रशून्य पूजा केवल एक बाह्य यांत्रिक क्रिया बनी रहती है, जिसकी नीरसता ऊब निर्माण करके मानव को थका देती है। इतना ही नहीं, आगे चलकर इस पूजाकांड के लिए मानवके मन में एक प्रकार की अरुचि भी निर्माण होती है।

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