On this specific day, the vast majority of the Hindus clean their home and all the diyas that they have in their family. This puja is likewise committed to Ishta Devata of one's decision. They embellish the lights with various brilliant hues. In the time of Ashadha, the "No Moon Day" or Ashada Amavasya is an exceptionally promising day. On Ashada Amavasya day, Deepa Puja is the real custom that is performed by the Hindus. This specific puja is to a great extent devoted to the Hindu god of Pancha Maha Bhoota that is the five primordial components; they are Air, Water, Fire, Sky and the earth. It is to be noticed that Chourang is a table utilized as a part of the custom of Deepa puja. This table is cleaned well and enriched with various hues and kolam(rangoli) plans on its surface. All the diyas or deepams are put in a legitimate way on the table and lit completely keeping in mind the end goal to perform pooja. It is to be recollected that on Ashada Amavasya's night the same diyas or deepams are lit and place around the house as it is done upon the arrival of deepavali celebration. In specific cases, the aficionados on the guidance of Acharaya commit this puja to Goddess Saraswati, Goddess Parvati or Goddess Lakshmi. As indicated by the Hindu religious researcher and savants, it is unequivocally trusted that the light's radiations from the diyas will flawlessly drive out every single terrible power and the insidiousness. Then again, it will welcome new splendor and positive vitality into their life.
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