Auspicious Days For People To Buy Gold In India:

India is a big populated country in world. Its population crossed over 100 crores. It is ranked second in all over the world in sense of most populated country. This is not only a populated country but also a very religious country of world. Most of the people in country believed in religious things according to there religion. It is also a country of various religions.

There various people from various religions celebrated their religious fairs and festival for the whole years. Gold is a most uses element in India on the occasion of happiness and pleasure. It is a sign of festivity in the country. It is not only a sing of wealth but also a sign of pleasure. During various festival people buy gold for there good fortune and for good health, wealth and prosperity. So buying gold is also a ritual activity in India.

Now the question is there when gold have to purchase or what are the auspicious days for people to buy gold in county. There is a list of auspicious days for buying gold in India as following. All following are the major festivals of India or major auspicious days of county in 2012.

Occasion to Buy Gold on Festival In India

Makar Sakranti Festival
Guru pushyamrit Day
Guru pushyamrit Day 
Gudi Padwa 
Akshaya Tritiya y
Guru pushyamrit 
Dussera Festival
Guru pushyamrit
Bali pratipada 
Guru pushyamrit 

All of above are the major auspicious days for buying the gold. Among above days Deepawali and Akshaya Tritiya are the major festival during that time people buy gold mostly. Diwali and Akshaya Tritiya are the most batter day astrologically and festively in India. In India marriage ceremonies are also famous for buying gold.

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Diwali or deepawali is the most popular festival of India, proudly celebrated in the extravaganza of five days. Deepawali is also known as the Festival of Lights as Deepawali means diyas lighted in rows and rows.

Deepawali The Light Festival of India :

Deepawali is an official holiday and the Indians celebrate it with a lot of enthusiasm and joy. All the festivals of India are linked up with a god or goddess and Deepawali is no different. Lord Rama returned to his kingdom of Ayodha after an exile of forty years along with his wife Sita and younger brother Lakshman after killing Raavan, the evil demon. Return of Lord Rama signified the victory of good over evil. This day was celebrated with a lot of joy and happiness by lighting diyas in abundance and bursting fire crackers.

The spirit of Deepawali bursts out every year with all its glory and the heritage of our culture is flaunted and prided upon. People all over India decorate their houses, buy new clothes, prepare sumptuous meals, exchange gifts and are joyful and elated during these magical 5 days.

Deepawali may be celebrated in different parts of India a little differently but the soul of these 5 days of rejoicing is the same throughout India. Deepawali is awaited every year by young and old alike. The children enjoy the most by wearing new clothes, eating tasty sweets, lighting diyas, bursting fire crackers, helping their elders to decorate the house etc.

The women shine with all their fine silks and saris and jewellery. The spirit of Deepawali is unmatched and will remain so till eternity. Many gods and goddesses are worshipped during this 5 day festivity of Deepawali. The Indians believe that if they celebrate Deepawali with all the purity of their inner self and the outer self, the Goddess of Wealth – Lakshmi will bless them and shower them with wealth.

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