Buying gold on Dhanteras? Check Gold Purchase muhurat
Dhanteras2023 will be celebrated on November 10, 2023.The auspicious time for Dhanteras celebrations on November 10 begins at 12:35 PM and ends on November 11 at 01:57 PM, according to an ET report. The Drikpanchang website suggests that Dhanteras Puja Muhurat is from 05:47 PM to 07:43 PM, the report said.
During this time, Pradosh Kaal is observed from 05:30 PM to 08:08 PM, and Vrishabha Kaal is observed from 05:47 PM to 07:43 PM. The Trayodashi Tithi begins at 12:35 PM on November 10 and ends at 01:57 PM on November 11.
Dhanteras 2023: Gold buying options
Gold is available in various forms for purchase and since Dhanteras is considered an auspicious day, people plan their purchases accordingly. One can purchase gold in the form of physical gold such as gold coins, gold bars, gold biscuits and gold jewellery. One can also purchase digital gold through various platforms such as Paytm and Phonepe. Against the purchase you make, gold of that gold price is stored by these platforms via tie-ups with firms like MMTC PAMP. Additionally, you can invest in gold via gold ETFs, gold mutual funds and sovereign gold bonds.
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People believe that on Dhanteras, when Hindus purchase gold, silver, and other precious items, Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth, visits their homes along with Lord Dhanvantari. This is believed to bring money, increase income opportunities, business prospects, and success. Gold and other precious metals are considered auspicious and are believed to bring good fortune and wealth.
Apart from gold and silver, people also purchase copper, brass, and silver utensils on Dhanteras. These utensils are filled with water or food before entering the house, symbolizing prosperity. Additionally, metal or clay idols of Lakshmi and Ganesh are considered auspicious purchases. On this day, people also buy various items such as equipment, vehicles, phones, laptops, refrigerators, and microwaves.
Deepavali, also known as the festival of lights, is widely celebrated in India. During this time, people perform puja, observe rituals, decorate their homes with diyas, rangoli, ornaments, and lights, indulge in delicious sweets and dinners, and dress in new traditional clothes.