Narak chaturdashi is celebertedon second day in the five day long festivities of diwali. This festival is also known as Choti Diwali as it is celeberated a day before main Diwali festival. This is aloso called as Kali Chaudas or Roop Chaudas in some parts of India.
Chaturdashi Tithi Begins - 09:02 AM on Nov 03, 2021
Chaturdashi Tithi Ends - 06:03 AM on Nov 04, 2021
Narakasura was one of the most terrible and ferocious Rakshasas and had achieved great power even on the earth as well in the heavens. Even the powerful Deva king – Indra could not save the Devaloka or Swargaloka from the barbaric demon's attack, and thus he had to flee. In this situations, all the Devas (Gods) sought the help of the all-pervading Lord Vishnu The great Lord had assured the Devas that, in his incarnation as Krishna, Narakusara's end would be brought about. And indeed, a fierce battle between Lord Krishna and the demon ensued and the latter was easily decimated. This killing of the demon is believed to have happened on the Narak Chaturdashi or Roop Chaudas day.
This day is also called Kali Chaudas. The fierce form of Goddess Shakti is known as destroyer of all the negative aspects and evil elements. She is also known as the face of destruction and regeneration. Seeking her blessings on Kali Chaudas will ensure protection from all negative energies and victory over enemies.
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