Labh Panchami Festival 2020: Know Its Date, Puja, Muhurat Timings

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Labh Panchami 2020: Know About This Festival
The festival of Labh Pancham or Labh Panchami is celebrated on the Panchami (fifth day) of the Shukla Paksha (the phase of the waxing Moon) of Kartik month as per Hindu calendar. Labh literally means ‘Benefit’ or ‘Good luck’, and Pancham means ’Fifth’. Besides, Labh Panchami is also known as ‘Laakheni Panchmi’, ‘Gyan Panchmi’, and ‘Saubhaagya Panchmi’. Labh Pancham usually falls one week after Kali Chaudas, and five days after Diwali.

Before we understand the significance of Labh Panchmi festival, let us find out on what day Labh Panchami falls in 2020, and what are the auspicious Muhurats.

Date and Muhurats for Labh Panchami 2020
Labh Panchami Date for 2020: 19th November, Thursday
Labh Panchami 2020 Muhurat: 06:47 AM to 10:20 AM
Panchami Tithi Begins: 11:16 PM on Nov 18, 2020
Panchami Tithi Ends: 09:59 PM on Nov 19, 2020

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Why Is Labh Panchami Important?
It is the final festival of the Deepawali festival and a day when the shops and businesses that were closed on account of Diwali Celebrations are reopened. It is also considered to be an auspicious day to initiate new ventures and start new businesses. Devotees also offer prayers to Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi and open their books of account on the auspicious day of Labh Panchami. You too can worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi with Lakshmi Ganesha Yantra to bring wisdom and prosperity to your life.

Jains celebrate Pancham or Panchami by worshipping their books and praying for more knowledge with different offerings, sweets, and fruits. Sharada Pujan or Saraswati Puja is also performed by many who failed to do so on the day of Diwali.

The scriptures define 'Labh' as:
Laabhasteshaam Jayasteshaam Kutasteshaam Paraajayaha,

Yeshaam Indeevarashyaam Hrudayastho Janaardanaha.

‘He is the true beneficiary and the truly victorious, who has installed the consort of Lakshmi, God, in his heart’.

In the days from Diwali to Labh Pancham, it is a tradition to visit friends and relatives and to renew good relations amongst them all. Sweets and other gifts are exchanged symbolizing the sweetening of relationships with each other.

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