Chopda Puja during Diwali is performed mainly in western parts of
. Diwali is the last day of financial year in traditional Hindu business and Chopda Pujan is performed on the day on the new account books. This ritual is also known as Muhurat Puja. Chopda Puja date is November 13, 2012. India
This puja is basically performed by the Hindu business community in Gujarat, Rajashtan and
Maharashtra. All account books are kept for puja on the day and blessing is sought from Goddess Lakshmi and Ganesha.
In the new account books, people write Subh Labh and draw the sign of Swastik.
In some regions, Chopda Puja is also performed along with Kuber Puja.