Kali Puja

Kali Puja- 2023: Time, Activities, Quotes & All that you need

Start with the great mercy of God we are providing to inform you about the Diwali or Kali Puja- 2023; Time, Activities, Quotes & All that you need. Durga Puja is the biggest festival & Kali Puja is the second biggest festival in the Hindu religion. The best observing point is India. It is the day when people dedicate their prayers to Goddess to Kali. It holds on Lakshmi on Amavasya Tithi during Diwali.

The Kali Puja falls on the month of Kartik by Hindu Calendar, the 7th month of the Nepali calendar, and the 8th month of Tamil Calendar. People pray for the Kali and observe the festival with many steps of ways in the Indian sub-continent when the midnight of Amavasya tithi begins. For the Reasons, This year in 2020, the Kali Puja holds on 14 November.

When is Kali Puja 2023?

 The Kali Puja Nishita Time begins: 11:50 PM on 04 November

The Kali Puja Nishita Time end    :  12:42 AM on 05 November.

   Amavasya tithi begins: 2:17 pm on 04 November

  Amavasya tithi end     : 10:36 am on 05 November.

History of Kali Puja

In the 16th century, Kali Puja was unknown to people. But famous sage Krisnananda Agambagish first initiated Kali puja as well as Mangalkavaya taught people to observe Kali Puja dedicated to Kali. After the 17th century, Kali Puja was increasing day by day in Nadia, West Bengal, and the rest of India. In the 18th century, Diwali or Kali Puja’s popularity was made satisfied by the king Ishvarchandra. Nowadays, the Kali Puja is celebrated in a widespread not only in India but also in another country.

Activities & Worthship for Kali Puja

Kali is worshiped by all Hindu religious people. People start to pray at midnight to give respect to the Goddess Kali. Someone meditate throughout the night until dawn and someone keeps busy himself to make food and sweets, rice, lentils, and fruits.

It is time to pray to the Kali who has four hands different indicator symptoms. On an auspicious day, the Hindu religious people should take necessary steps of activities besides worship. Here some activity included in, the following that people could be applied to make the day better observing by the rules of the Hindu religion.

  • Making food
  • Sacrificing animals ( in Tantric tradition)
  • contemplating in night
  • Going peace & historical place

Some Quotes for Kali Puja or Diwali


  • May Kali bless you With more happiness all day! Wishing you a-

“Happy Kali puja 2023”

  • On the Kali puja, I send you all my best wishes to you & your family.

May you have a blessed and joyful observe “Happy Kali Puja 2023”


  • May maa Kali fill your life with happiness, prosperity, and good fortune.


  • May this year’s Kali Puja be a fun-filled and joyful one.                                                                                                               “

Finally, Kali Puja is observed in the Hindu religion to Goddess Maa Kali. Thanks!

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