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Dhanteras 2022: Find out the story of Lord Dhanvantari!

Bhagwan Dhanvantari Puja History for Dhanteras. Do you know that the part of which god had incarnated in the form of Dhanvantari Ji from the churning of the ocean? Know the story and importance of the birth of Lord Dhanwantri Ji here.

Lord Shri Dhanvantari Ji was born on the day of Trayodashi Tithi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month, hence this date is celebrated as Dhanteras. In the year 2019, the festival of Dhanteras is on Friday, 25 October. Lord Shri Dhanvantari is worshiped on this auspicious day of Dhanteras, but do you know which part of God was incarnated in the form of Dhanvantari Ji from the churning of the ocean? Know the story and importance of the birth of Lord Dhanwantri Ji.

According to the legend mentioned in the scriptures, when Lord Dhanvantari appeared, he had an urn full of nectar in his hands, Lord Dhanvantari had appeared from the ocean only on the Trayodashi date of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. That is why there is a tradition of buying metal utensils etc. on the day of Dhanteras.

According to popular belief, it is also said that opting for shopping on this day increases our wealth thirteen times. On this occasion people buy coriander seeds and keep them at home and after Diwali people sow these seeds in their fields. By doing this, the stock of food and money is kept in the house.

Dhanvantari is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu

Lord Dhanvantari is considered to be the physician of the gods in Hinduism. Dhanvantari Ji was a great doctor, who got the position of God. According to the legend of Hindu religious scriptures, Lord Vishnu incarnated as Dhanvantari Ji on the Trayodashi date of Kartik month from churning the ocean for the welfare of the people.

Since then, the festival of Dhanteras is celebrated every year on the Trayodashi date of Kartik month. After this, Kali Mata on Chaturdashi and Bhagwati Mata Mahalakshmi Ji on Amavasya day was born due to the churning of the ocean, that is why Dhanteras, two days before Deepawali, is celebrated as Dhanteras, the birth of Lord Dhanvantari.