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Bhai Dooj is a Hindi Festival that celebrates the affection between a brother and sister. Bhai Dooj celebrated on the last day of Diwali week. It is celebrated in the northern part of India. In this post, we will read Bhai Dooj 2020 date and timing of Pujan.

Bhai Dooj 2020 Date and Timing

Bhai Dooj 2020 Date and Timing- This festival celebrated on the second day after the new moon in the Hindu month of Kartika, which falls in October or November every year. Here is the Bhai Dooj 2020 date.

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Bhai Dooj 2020 Date

In 2020, Bhai Dooj will be celebrated on 16th November 2020, (Monday).

Bhai Dooj 2020 Timing

In 2020, Bhai Dooj timing will be for 02 hours and 8 Minutes the same is given as under-

Bhai Dooj 2020 Timing- 13:10:03 to 15:18:27

About Bhai Dooj

The festival Bhai Dooj is the one, that signifies the special connection between a brother and sister. There is a unique understanding between brother and sister. They are the best friend of each other, protectors of each other, secret shares of each other, and have unconditional love for each other. On Bhai Dooj, the sister applies a Tilak and pray for the long life of their brothers. In return, brother bringing her presents and gifts for all the toils the sister does for him.

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The different names of Bhai Dooj- Bhai Dooj is celebrated by different names in the different part of our country. The different names are Bhai Teeka, Yam Dwitiya, Bharat Dwitiya, etc.

In Northern India, it is called Bhai Dooj, In Maharashtra & Gujarat it is called Bhau Beej and in Bengal, it is called by the name of Bhai Phonta.

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