Dhanteras 2020 news updates: Dhanteras, celebrated on the Trayodashi date of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month, is just around the corner. We all know that Dhanteras comes before Diwali. This year, Dhanteras will be celebrated across the country on 13 November. On the day of Dhanteras, people shop fiercely in India. It also purchases new clothes and worship materials along with gold and silver. Many people also buy such things, which should not be purchased.
Generally, on the day of Dhanteras, people shop for gold and silver etc. to maintain happiness and prosperity at home. It is believed that by purchasing gold, silver and utensils on the auspicious time of Dhanteras, prosperity prevails in the family throughout the year. They all know what to buy from the market on the day of Dhanteras. But, most people do not even know what things not to buy. Come, know what things should not be purchased on this day.
Do not shop for items made of iron
Items made of iron should not be purchased on the day of Dhanteras. There are many reasons for this, but the most prominent of these is the reason that by buying items made of iron on this day, the inauspicious shade of Rahu starts to fall on the family. It is believed that buying iron items increases people’s problems.
Do not forget to buy glassware
On the day of Dhanteras, one should not buy anything made of glass. There is a popular belief that glass is also related to Rahu. Rahu’s eyesight always remains on purchasing glass items, due to which people can be troubled.
Do not buy steel utensils
Generally, people go to the market in the name of shopping on Dhanteras and buy anything without thinking. They do this even in the absence of information, but on this day should not buy things made of steel. There is only one public belief behind this that steel is also a changed or another form of iron. Therefore, Rahu’s shadow will continue to fall throughout the year by purchasing items manufactured from steel. Instead of steel, you can buy copper or bronze utensils etc.
Don’t even buy black
Dhanteras is considered to be the most auspicious day and one should avoid bringing black colored things at home. Black color signifies unlucky or bad luck. Dhanteras is a day of progress and good luck. Therefore, buying black things on Dhanteras should always be avoided.