Labh Panchami 2023 18 November, 2023 1 month 25 days to go
Panchami Tithi Timings*:

Panchami Tithi Start:
11:03 AM on Nov 17

Panchami Tithi End:
09:18 AM on Nov 18

Labh Panchami Puja Muhurat: 06:46 AM - 10:23 AM
Other important timings* on 18 November, 2023
Sunrise 06:46 AM
Sunset 05:37 PM
Moonrise 11:26 AM
Moonset 10:18 PM
*Timing in IST for Ujjain, India Change Location

Labh Panchami 2022 was on 29th October.

Labh Panchami - The final day of Diwali celebrations

The festival of Labh Panchami (Hindi: लाभ पंचमी, Gujarati: લાભ પાંચમ) or Labh Pancham marks the final day of Diwali celebrations. It is observed on the Panchami (5th day) during the ‘Shukla Paksha’ (the waxing phase of moon) in month of Kartik of the traditional Gujarati calendar.

This day is also known as Saubhagya Panchami or Gyaan Panchami or Laakheni Panchami and is celebrated with full enthusiasm and fervour in the state of Gujarat. On this day prayers are offered to Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi for well being and prosperity.

Labh Panchami 2023 is on November 18, Saturday

Labh Panchami tithi timing: November 17, 11:03 am - November 18, 9:18 am

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Labh Panchami is believed to be a very auspicious day for initiating a new business venture and it is on this day that most of shops and business establishments are opened, after the Diwali festivities. In Gujarat this day is also celebrated as the first operational day of the Gujarati New Year.

Labh Panchami 2023 - Tithi and Shubh Muhurat Timings:

SunriseNovember 18, 06:46 AM.
SunsetNovember 18, 05:37 PM.
Panchami Tithi TimingNovember 17, 11:03 AM - November 18, 09:18 AM
Labh Panchami Puja MuhuratNovember 18, 06:46 AM - 10:23 AM
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Rituals during Labh Panchami:

On the day of Labh Panchami, Sharda Pujan is performed by those who failed to do it on Diwali. Members of the business community open their shops today and also perform puja of their new account ledgers. Businessmen also pray to Goddess Lakshmi on this day to seek Her divine blessings.

People visit the houses of friends and families. There is also a custom of exchanging sweets as symbolism of the ‘sweetened’ relations between them.

In some regions, people also worship their books on the day of Labh Panchami to enhance their wisdom and knowledge.

One must also donate food, clothes, money or other essentials to the poor and needy on Labh Panchami.

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On the day of Labh Panchami prayers are offered to Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi for well being and prosperity

Significance of Labh Panchami:

The festival of Labh Panchami is associated with Diwali, the popular Hindu Festival of Lights. The word ‘Labh’ and ‘Saubhagya’ signifies ‘benefit’ and ‘good luck’ respectively. Therefore this day is considered to bring good luck and benefit in one’s life.

Hindu devotees, especially in the state of Gujarat believe that by performing puja on this day brings wealth, profit and good fortune on both personal and professional front. In the state of Gujarat, Labh Panchami is also the first working day of the New Year and therefore businessmen open new account ledgers or ‘Khatu’ on this day. They do so by writing ‘Shubh’ on the left side and ‘Labh’ on the right side and also draw a ‘Sathiya’ in the middle of the page. Starting new business on this day is considered to be highly rewarding.

Labh Panchami festival dates between 2020 & 2030

2021Tuesday, 9th of November
2022Saturday, 29th of October
2023Saturday, 18th of November
2024Wednesday, 6th of November
2025Sunday, 26th of October
2026Saturday, 14th of November
2027Wednesday, 3rd of November
2028Sunday, 22nd of October
2029Saturday, 10th of November
2030Thursday, 31st of October