Diwali festival:Deepawali or Diwali means “Festival of Lights” is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated every year in the autumn. Diwali is the biggest and brightest festival in India. This festival symbolized the victory of light over darkness.
Diwali is the main festival of Hinduism. Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated on the day of Kartik Amavasya. Diwali is also known as “Diwali”. It is believed that this night Lakshmi Devi, adorned with lamps, goes out for tourism and shares happiness with her devotees. The main story behind the celebration of Diwali is related to Lord Rama in the form of Vishnu.
The welcome of Shri Ram was even more important because Shri Ram had returned to his Swarajya after 14 years of exile, at which time he killed the great demon Ravana, so the reception was very enthusiastic. ) The whole city was greeted with fire. The whole of Ayodhya was adorned with flowers and beautiful rangoli. Since then, Diwali has been called the “Festival of Lights”.
The festival is also known as ‘Deepavali’ as people from all over India decorated oil lamps to welcome Lord Rama at his house. The oil lamp tradition symbolizes the victory of good over evil. People greet Goddess Lakshmi with beautiful rangoli and paduka line at the entrance of their house. To celebrate Diwali, people distribute sweets and farala to friends, relatives and neighbors.
On Diwali, a pylon of amraparna and a pylon of marigold flowers are placed at the main entrance. Rangoli of different colors are drawn in front of the main entrance in the courtyard thus welcoming the incoming guests. It is said that Rangoli is considered auspicious in Hinduism.
Dhantrayodashi (Dhanteras) –
The five-day festival begins on Dhantrayodashi. Which was celebrated yesterday, where all the houses are decorated with oil lamps as well as sky lanterns, light garlands and people buy gold-silver on this day.
Because they think it is auspicious to buy gold, silver and any new thing outside the house. Goddess Dhanvantari is worshiped on this day, it is said that this day was the birthday of the rich goddess Dhanwantari who kept her body healthy.
It is said that this day was the birthday of the rich goddess Dhanwantari. On this day it is believed that on this day Lakshmi enters the house and evil is destroyed.
This day is also known as Chhoti Diwali, Narak Chaturdashi which is tomorrow. On this day people clean the houses, decorate the house with colors and also apply women mehndi. From this day onwards, people start wishing each other a happy Diwali. On this day people start buying gifts for their special ones and enjoy visiting them.
Lakshmi Pujan / Diwali –
The lakshmi pujan festival is the most important, Diwali is celebrated on this day, which is also celebrates tomorrow. On this day Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha and Goddess Saraswati and Lord Kubera are worshiped. It is said that on this day Mother Lakshmi enters the earth. And to invite them to their home and settle permanently.
To live, all the people put lights on the door of the house and keep all the doors, windows and balconies open. And then after the puja, the children firecrackers outside the house and welcome mother Lakshmi.
The pratipada will get celebrate On 05 November. On this day King Vikram was enthroned. On the same day, Lord Krishna had lifted the Govardhana mountain to protect the people of Gokul from the heavy rains caused by the wrath of Lord Indra.
On this day, married couples try to please each other by giving nice gifts. Even today many people worship Lord Krishna Govardhan.
Especially to domestic animals in rural areas, cows decorate oxen and buffaloes and goats and feed them Diwali sweets.
On the fifth day we know it as Bhaubij, in some states of India this day is also called “Tika”. This day is similar to Rakshabandhan but its practices are different. According to tradition, the sister worships her brother on this day.
According to tradition, on this day the sister worships her brother and the brother gives his sister his favorite gift. On this day, the brother prays for his sister’s safety and the sister also wishes for his brother’s health.
Some tweet on Diwali festival:
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Wish you happy Diwali, play safe firecracker and stay safe and happy!