‘Dhanteras’ is on Sunday, 23 October this year. The festival of Dhanteras is celebrated every year on the Trayodashi of Krishna Paksha in the month of Kartik. Diwali starts on this day itself. Buying gold, silver, utensils, etc. on the day of Dhanteras is considered very auspicious.
Shopping has a special significance on this day. Whether rich or poor, on the day of Dhanteras, everyone definitely goes to the market and shops so that their house remains blessed. It would not be wrong to call it a shopping day. It is believed that bringing these things into the house on the day of Dhanteras brings blessings. There are some things that should be avoided on the day of Dhanteras. Buying them on the day of Dhanteras is considered very inauspicious. Let us know which things should be avoided on the day of Dhanteras.
Avoid buying sharp things
According to astrology, one should avoid buying sharp objects such as knives, scissors, pins, needles, or any sharp objects on the day of Dhanteras. Buying these things on the day of Dhanteras is considered inauspicious. Buying these things on the day of Dhanteras brings poverty.
Don’t buy Iron Items
It is said that one should not buy iron things on this day. According to astrology, iron is considered to be the factor of Saturn (Shani Dev). Therefore, things made of iron should not be bought even by mistake on the day of Dhanteras. Buying iron on Dhanteras does not please Kuber. Even glass utensils should not be bought on the day of Dhanteras. Glass is related to Rahu, so buying glass on Dhanteras should be avoided. Buying glass on this day brings difficulties instead of blessings in the house. Therefore, do not buy anything made of glass on this day.
Don’t buy Plastic material
Things made of plastic should also not be bought on this day. Plastic items do not bring prosperity to the house. Therefore, on the day of Dhanteras, one should not buy any plastic items at all. Many people buy aluminum utensils or items on Dhanteras. The effect of Rahu on aluminum is also very much. It is also considered a sign of bad luck. On the auspicious festival of Dhanteras, avoid buying any new aluminum items.