Deepavali 2023 12 November, 2023 1 month 9 days to go
Chaturdashi Tithi Timings*:

Chaturdashi Tithi Start:
01:58 PM on Nov 11

Chaturdashi Tithi End:
02:45 PM on Nov 12

Other important timings* on 12 November, 2023
Sunrise 06:42 AM
Sunset 05:39 PM
Moonrise 05:27 AM
Moonset 04:57 PM
*Timing in IST for Ujjain, India Change Location

Deepavali 2022 was on 24th October.

When is Deepavali This Year? Deepavali 2023

Diwali (Deepavali), the festival of lights, falls on 'Amavasya', the darkest night of 'Kartika'. It is believed that on this day Lord Rama come home to his kingdom after a fourteen years exile and the city of Ayodhya lit oil lamps to welcome him.

Sweets and gifts are exchanged between families and friends amidst the bursting of crackers. Doors are left open on Diwali (Deepawali) for Goddess Laxmi. The celebration of lights is preceded by several Deepawali Melas, where food, handicrafts and a variety of earthern lamps and candles are sold.

Deepavali 2023 is on November 12 Sunday

1 month and 9 days to go for the event

Important Timings On Deepavali 2023

SunriseNovember 12, 6:42 AM
SunsetNovember 12, 5:39 PM
Chathurdashi Tithi Timing November 11, 01:58 PM - November 12, 02:45 PM
Place : Ujjain [ India ] See More
Image Source: Kuntal Chakrabarty/IANS

Deepavali festival dates between 2020 & 2030

2020Saturday, 14th of November
2021Thursday, 4th of November
2022Monday, 24th of October
2023Sunday, 12th of November
2024Thursday, 31st of October
2025Monday, 20th of October
2026Sunday, 8th of November
2027Thursday, 28th of October
2028Tuesday, 17th of October
2029Monday, 5th of November