Choti Diwali, or Naraka Chaturdashi, is the second day of the five-day Diwali festival. Choti Diwali is celebrated on the day after Dhanteras and before Diwali or Deepavali. Also known as Roop Chaturdashi or Chaudas, Choti Diwali is believed to be the day when Krishna, Satyabhama and Kali defeated the demon Narakasur. On this day, people worship Yamraj, the god of death, and light a diya outside their houses. In some parts of the country, paper effigies of Narakasur are burnt to symbolise the destruction of evil.
Choti Diwali or Chhoti Diwali is also a day for visiting friends and family, exchanging gifts and celebrating with your near and dear ones.
Choti Diwali is a time for festive cheer and good food
Though we may not be together this year,
Here's hoping that this day is full of all things wonderful for you!
May the light of diyas fill your life with an everlasting glow
Happy Choti Diwali
Aasha hai ki aapki Choti Diwali hogi khushiyon wali!
On this day of Choti Diwali, I pray that your house is filled with laughter always
That good health walks with you every step of the way
And that prosperity knocks on your door
May Lord Krishna's blessings light the way to a wonderful year for you and your family.
On Choti Diwali, we hope your day is filled with love, light and all things beautiful.
May happiness shine through your face and you have a glorious year ahead!
Happy Naraka Chaturdashi!
With the gleam of diyas
And the echoes of chants
May happiness and contentment fill your life.
Happy Choti Diwali! We wish you good luck this year
May happiness knock on your door
And prosperity make its home with you
May the light of this beautiful festival brighten your days and years.
Aasha hai ki Choti Diwali ka ye tyohaar
Aapke liye khushiyan hi khushiyan laaye
Here's hoping that the gleam of diyas fills your home with happiness.
May this Choti Diwali bring you good luck and health
Chaturdashi Tithi starts from 05.59 PM on November 13, 2020, and ends on November 14, at 2.17 PM.Click for more trending news