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    DhanTeras 2015 - Buy on Dhanteras, Dhan Trayodashi for all 12 Rashis


    Category: Religious | Posted :Monday, November 9, 2015

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    DhanTeras 2015 - Buy on Dhanteras, Dhan Trayodashi for all 12 Rashis
    Diwali is a five-day long festival and the very first day of this festivity is celebrated as Dhanteras. The day is also known as ‘Dhantrayodashi’ or as ‘Dhanvantari’. It is celebrated on the thirteenth day of the dark lunar fortnight in the month of Kartik (October-November), according to the Hindu calendar. The term Dhanteras is the combination of two words, ‘Dhana’ meaning wealth and ‘teras’ meaning the thirteenth. Therefore, this festival is celebrated on the thirteenth day with the hope of attaining wealth and as is the Goddess of wealth and abundance and  is the Lord of assets and wealth, and abundance, the day is dedicated to them.
     
    Here is the list of items that are supposed to purchase by different Rashi natives as per the Hindu calendar. In 2015, Dhanteras date is November 9.
     
    Mesha Rashi (Aries)
    Peoples who belong to Mesha Rashi can buy gold coins, kitchen, appliances, and Tejpatra.
     
    Vrishabha Rashi (Taurus) 
    Peoples who belong to Vrishabha Rashi can buy gold coins, kitchen appliances and haldi.
     
    Mithuna Rashi(Gemini)
    Peoples who belong to Mithuna Rashi can buy stainless steel utensils or stationary articles.
     
    Karka Tashi(Cancer)
    Peoples who belong to Karka Rashi can buy gold coin and kesar articles.
     
    Simha Rashi (Leo)
    Peoples who belong to Simha Rashi can buy shahad, khajur and steel kitchen appliances.
     
    Kanya Rashi (Virgo)
    Peoples who belong to Kanya Rashi can buy steel utensils for kitchen, jewels.
     
    Tula Rashi(Libra)
    Peoples who belong to Kanya Rashi can buy steel utensils for kitchen, jewels.
     
    Vrischika Rashi(Scorpio)
    Peoples who belong to Vrischika Rashi can buy any utensils.
     
    Dhanu Rashi(Sagittarius)
    Peoples who belong to Dhanu Rashi can buy perfumes, silver jewellery.
     
    Makara Rashi(Capricorn)
    Peoples who belong to Makara Rashi can buy steel utensils, stationery items.
     
    Kumbha Rashi (Aquarius)
    Peoples who belong to Kumbha Rashi can buy a belt.
     
    Meena Rashi (Pisces)
    Peoples who belong to Meena Rashi can buy kitchen utensils.
     
    In case, if people cannot afford to buy any of the items suggested above but still want the blessings and prosperity of the god Kuber and goddess LakshmiLakshmiLakshmi
    Lakshmi is a Hindu goddess who is regarded as the ultimate deity of wealth...
    bestowed on then they have to buy 5 items such as:
     
    •    Broom
    •    Kumkum (Rs.5)
    •    Coriander Seeds (100 gms.)
    •    Batasha(sweet sugar drops)(100 gms.)
    •    Earthen oil lamps (9)
     
    If you perform the given rituals than surely the prosperity will remain for all the year around. 
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     


     

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