Labh Pancham Puja Vidhi, Muhurat, and Importance
Labh Panchami is also known by the name of Saubhagya Labh Pancham, this festival is mainly celebrated in Gujarat. It is also considered to be the last day of the Diwali festival, which is celebrated on the day of Panchami. Saubhagya means good fortune and profit means good profit. Hence this day is considered the day of luck and profit. In Gujarat, the Diwali festival ends on Labh Panchami, and this day is considered highly auspicious. It is believed that worshiping on the day of Labh Panchami brings benefits, good fortune, and progress in life, business, and family. All the businessmen in Gujarat start their work on this day after celebrating the festival Diwali. Labh Panchami is considered to be the first working day according to the Gujarat New Year.
Labh Panchami 2024 Date
Labh Pancham falls on the fifth day of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month. It is also called Gyan Panchami, Lakheni Panchami.
Labh Panchami on Wednesday, November 6, 2024
Labh Panchami Puja Muhurta - 06:37 AM to 10:15 AM
Panchami Tithi Starts - November 06, 2024 at 12:16 AM
Panchami Tithi Ends - November 07, 2024 at 12:41 AM
Labh Pancham Importance
Starting any new business on the day of Labh Panchami is considered auspicious. This festival has importance in Gujarat, it is celebrated with great pomp. From this day there business people start new bookkeeping, there it is called Khatu. In this, auspicious is written on the left side with kumkum, and profit is written on the right. In the middle of this make friends. On this day Hindus worship Lakshmi. The Jain community worships the enlightening book, as well as prays for more wisdom and knowledge.
Labh Panchami Puja Method
Get up early on this day and retire from bath etc.
After this install the idols of Lord Shiva, Mata Parvati, and Shri Ganesh.
Now offer sandalwood, Roli, Akshat, Durva, lamps, etc. to the deities.
Chant the mantras of Mata Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha.
Now worship God.
Donate according to your ability.
How to Celebrate Labh Panchami
On the day of Diwali, those who are not able to perform Sharda Puja, open their shops, and business establishments and worship them.
On this day, people also pray for happiness, prosperity, and wealth by worshiping Lakshmi and Ganesha.
On the day of Labh Panchami, relatives, and friends visit each other's houses, and exchange sweets and gifts. It is said that doing this brings more sweetness to relationships.
In some regions of India, on the day of Labh Panchami, people worship Saraswati and pray for wisdom and knowledge.
On the day of Labh Panchami, people distribute clothes, sweets, money, and other essential items to needy people.
In other parts of India, Diwali ends with Bhai Dooj. This is a five-day festival in Central India, and North India, where the festivals of Dhanteras, Narak Chaudas, Deepawali, Annakoot, and Bhai Dooj are celebrated. In Gujarat, this festival starts from Dhanteras and ends in Labh Panchami. On the second day after Diwali, people go for a picnic in Gujarat, there is a family picnic, which is for one day or 2-3 days. On the day of Labh Panchami, all of them return to their work and start working in a new way.
The festival of Labh Panchami is considered auspicious for business. Businessmen should worship in their business on this day with the help of astrology, advice, and Muhurta. You should talk to astrology for worship and Muhurat.