The five-day Diwali celebrations began today with Dhanteras. The festival of lights will be observed on 24 October and end with Bhai Dooj on the 26th
The event on 'Dhanteras' day will start at 3 pm at BTI ground in the presence of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, an official has said
The low pressure area that is forming over the southeast and east-central Bay of Bengal may turn into a deep depression today, which may turn into a cyclonic storm on the day of Diwali i.e. on October 24 and may remain till October 25
The India Meteorological Department (IMD) has forecast snowfall in the higher reaches of Jammu and Kashmir, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand for the next few days
You should verify the gold's resale price and be knowledgeable about the seller's buy-back policy. When reselling your jewellery, some vendors reduce a set percentage of the gold's value, while other merchants may take the existing rate into account
Diwali 2022: Jewellers cautiously optimistic this Dhanteras; expect business at par with last year level
Dhanteras, which marks the first day of Diwali in India, is considered auspicious to buy gold and silver as part of Hindu festivities
However, gold is still cheaper than the all-time high price by about Rs 4400 per 10 grams and silver at the rate of about Rs 19000 per kg
In its historical sense, rangoli was believed to be an omen of good fortune and was created as a symbolic representation of divine blessings
As per Hindu scriptures, during Dhanteras Goddess Lakshmi visits devotees’ homes to bless them with wealth, prosperity, and good health
The word ‘Dhanteras’ comes from Sanskrit where 'dhan' means wealth and 'teras' is the 13th day of the Hindu lunar calendar
Dhanteras is considered as an auspicious day to buy valuable products such as gold, silver, gemstones, ornaments, and metal household products made of brass, silver, and copper.
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Dhanteras is considered an auspicious occasion to purchase clothes, jewellery, utensils, gadgets. It is also believed that buying gold and silver on Dhanteras bring more wealth and prosperity
The average ticket size observed in jewellery retail dipped by 66 percent to Rs 3,625 for Dhanteras and Diwali, while the same for apparel stores dipped 28 percent to Rs 1,746
Gold shines on Dhanteras; trade records 30 tonnes of sales, registers around 25% drop in demand against last year
Traders expected only 20 tonnes of gold to be sold in the domestic bullion market on Dhanteras this year, due to weak demand.
Diamond sales are outgrowing gold sales this Dhanteras
Dhanteras 2019: Occasion marks start of Diwali festivities, people consider day auspicious to buy gold, silver and utensils
It is believed that the word Dhanteras translates to wealth and prosperity. On this day, people purchase gold, silver, and utensils along with new clothes and offer their prayers to Goddess Lakshmi-the Goddess of wealth, and light diyas in their homes to welcome her and seek her blessings.
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Since 2016, the ministry of AYUSH has been observing this day as National Ayurveda Day. The theme for this year is Ayurveda for longevity.
Jewellers pin hope on Dhanteras, Diwali for revival in demand but expects 20-40% fall over last year's festive sales
Jewellers are pinning hope on Diwali for a revival in demand, though they are expecting that the sales may fall by 20-40 percent over last year's festive business