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Legend Of Kali Chaudas | Second Day Of Diwali History

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Kali Chaudas Legend – Goddess Kali Story

Kali means Dark (evil) and Chaudas - Fourteenth. Kali Chaudas means Evil(Dark) Chaudas. On this day worshipped to goddess Maha Kali because on this day Goddess kali Killed the evil Raktavija. Kali Chaudas also know as Narak Chaturdashi. Kali Chaudas is day to eradicate lethargy and evil which make hell in our life and glow on life.

Kali Chaudas Goddess Kali History Photo

History Of Kali Chaudas – Lord Hanuman StoryAnother story that is related with kali chaudas is about Lord Hanuman. Hanumanji as a baby was very hungry. Whilst lying down he saw the sun in the sky and thought it was a fruit and went to pick it. In the childhood of God Hanuman when he saw the sun in the sky and assume that was fruit and went to take it. God Hanuman flew in the sky and put sun in his mouth and so that whole universe covered with darkness.

Kali Chaudas Lord Hanuman History Photo

God Indra approached God Hanuman to return the sun. But When Hanuman reject approach, God Indra unleashed his vajra and knocked Hanuman down to the earth for get back the Sun. So that, this day also worship God Hanumana. Worship of Lord Hanuman performed with oil, sindur and offer coconuts as prashad.

Lord Indra Wallpaper

Kali Choudas is robustly indicative of the starting of Diwali. On this day especially in wet india delicacies are made from pounded rice or chaval. The fresh rice pick up for this delicacies item.

Many people who believe in kali nazar (evil eye) put kajal below eye to protect himself from kali nazar. According to believe many people who are into tantra mantra, study their 'tantra-mantras' on this day. Alternatively, peoples give food to the goddess ‘Kul Devi’. Kali Chaudas also known by many other names.

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