Small Diwali- On this day there is a law to worship Lord Krishna, Hanuman Ji, Yamraj Ji, and Shri Maa Kali.

Lord Krishna Ji –
More than 16 thousand women were imprisoned in Narakasura’s prison house and were freed by Lord Krishna. Since then small Diwali is celebrated as Narak Chaturdashi.

Since then the festival of Narak Chaturdashi and Choti Diwali started being celebrated.

Yamraj Ji –

On the day of Naraka Chaturdashi, Yamraj, the god of death, is mainly worshipped.

After worshiping yamraj on the day of Naraka Chaturdashi i.e. Small  Diwali, premature death never comes by lighting an oil lamp outside the main gate of the house.

This day is worshiped for health protection and protection from premature death.

Some people by donating a lamp, all the troubles and sins of a person’s life end.

Sevan lamps are lit in worship. Diyas are kept in the room, kitchen, and anywhere can keep other places at the gate.

After taking bath in the morning, give water to the sun.

Hanumanji –
Mahabali Hanuman was born on this day, hence Bajrangbali is also worshiped especially. Read today’s Hanuman Chalisa and verses of Sundar Kand.

Shri Mahakali Ma –

Kali killed the mighty demon Raktabiga / Narakasura on this auspicious day, making it known as Kali Chaudas.

Even after killing the demons, when Mahakali’s anger did not subside, Lord Shiva himself lay down at his feet. The anger of Goddess Mahakali ended with the mere touch of Lord Shiva’s body. In memory of this, the worship of Lakshmi in her calm form started. In many places, Goddess Kali is worshiped for Tantra yoga practice, meditation, and worship.

Bhero  Baba-
For Bhero Babaji, keep 4-5 stones outside the gate and offer mustard oil and worship.

roop chodas –

On the fourteenth day, after getting up in Brahma Muhurta or before sunrise and after retiring from the routine, rub turmeric, sandalwood, gram flour, honey, saffron, and milk, then take a bath and worship.



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