Give your kids, nieces & nephews a gift for Diwali - A jigsaw puzzle set themed around the 1st day of Diwali - Dhanteras Puja. Use it as a fun way to explain to younger ones the significance of Dhanteras.
Made in USA to Order. Original design
All puzzles are approximately 7.8 inches by 5.7 inches. Each puzzle has 20 pieces suitable for 4+ years old. Kid Friendly designed.
Wealth and Prosperity: "Dhan" means wealth, and "Teras" means the thirteenth day. Dhanteras falls on the thirteenth day of the Krishna Paksha (dark fortnight) in the month of Kartik in the Hindu calendar. It is believed that buying gold, silver, or utensils on this day brings prosperity and good luck.
Goddess Lakshmi: Dhanteras is dedicated to the goddess of wealth, Goddess Lakshmi. It is believed that she visits homes on this day and bringing wealth and prosperity. People clean and decorate their homes, and light lamps and candles to welcome her.
Worship of Lord Kubera: Along with Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Kubera, the treasurer of wealth in Hindu mythology, is also worshiped on Dhanteras. Special prayers and rituals are performed to seek blessings for abundance and prosperity.
Tradition of Buying Precious Metals and Utensils: It is customary to buy gold, silver, or other precious metals on Dhanteras. Purchasing new utensils or kitchen items is also common, symbolizing the welcoming of wealth and prosperity into the household.
Festival of Auspicious Beginnings: Many people consider Dhanteras as an auspicious day to start new ventures, investments, or business endeavors. It is believed that any business initiated on this day is likely to prosper.
Removal of Negative Energies: Lighting lamps and candles during Dhanteras is believed to dispel darkness and negative energies. It symbolizes the triumph of light and good over darkness and evil.
Cultural Significance: Dhanteras is an integral part of the Diwali festival celebrations. It marks the beginning of the five-day Diwali festival, and its observance is a cherished cultural tradition.
Bonding and Festive Spirit: Families come together to celebrate Dhanteras by performing rituals, exchanging gifts, and enjoying festive meals. It strengthens family bonds and creates a sense of unity. Financial Planning:
Dhanteras also encourages people to focus on their financial well-being. It is a reminder to save and invest wisely for a secure future.
Philanthropy and Charity: Many people use this occasion to perform acts of charity and help those in need. It is considered a way to share one's wealth and blessings with the less fortunate. Overall, Dhanteras holds great cultural, religious, and social significance. It is a time of joy, gratitude, and the hope for a prosperous futur
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