Five main festivals includes of, Dhantrayodashi, Naraka Chaturdashi, Deepawali, Govardhan Puja and Bhaiyya Dooj. These five jointly are also famous as “Pancha MahaParva”. These occasions have an extremely particular place in your lives. These Diwali Festivals are as significant as the pancha tatwas, pancha this (Nanda, Bhadra, Jaya, Rikta, Poorna) etc. Deepawali is the main festival among these five festivals.
Dhantrayodashi is the first amongst the five festivals. The festival of Dhantrayodashi (Dhan teras) falls on 13 November 2020 (Friday), Pradhosam of Kartik Krishna Paksha.
Dhantrayodashi opens the doors of financial benefit Like every year, the festival of Dhantrayodashi (Dhan teras) falls on 13 November 2020 (Friday), Pradhosam of Kartik Krishna Paksha.
Second of the five mahaparvas is the occasion of Naraka Chaturdashi, which is celebrated every year on the fourteenth day of Krishna Paksha in the month of Kartik. The festival of Narak Chaturdashi or Roop Chaturdashi is on Chaturdashi of Kartika Krishna paksha on 14 November 2020 (Saturday).
The mainly significant of the five major festivals is the Deepawali for Goddess Lakshmi. It is celebrated on the Kartika Krishna Paksha Amavasya with worship, affection, and devotion. The festival of Deepawali will be celebrated this year on 14 November 2020 on Sunday, Amavasya of Kartika Krishnapaksha all over India and all over the world.
This is the fourth main festival of Pancha Parva known as Annakut Govardhan. There are many mention of the fineness in edification and religion of Indian people in the pristine texts of Vedas. The entire India does Govardhan Puja and Gau Puja on Kartik Shukla Pratipada. This year it will be celebrated on Nov 15, 2020 (Sunday).
This is the fifth and much particular festival of the Panch Mahaparva which is famous as Bhaiyya Dooj or Dwitiya, which falls on the Dwitiya of Kartika Shukla Paksha. Bhai Dooj will be celebrated this year on 16 November 2020 on Monda.
The festival of 5 days Diwali puja will be held from 13 November 2020 to 16 November 2020, Because Narak Chaudas and Choti Diwali on same day ie 13th Nov 2020. So we say that this festival of 5 days converted into four days festivals in 2020.