Happy Diwali 2017 Celebration- Why we celebrate Diwali?
Happy Diwali 2018 Celebration- Why we celebrate Diwali?
Diwali/Deepawali- Why we celebrate Diwali?
Happy Diwali 2018 Celebration in india : Diwali, which we also called as Deepawali is one of the biggest festivals of Hindu Religion. Diwali is the festival of lights and joy, it is celebrated every year on the day called “Amavasya” No Moon Day. As per Hindu mythology, on this day Lord Rama had came back to Ayodhya after killed Ravana and the citizens of Ayodhya had welcomed him with Diyas and joy. From that, Hindus are following the same customs and celebrates this day as Diwali or Deepawali every year with same excitement and dedication.
Diwali Celebration in 21st Century
Now in modern time, peoples celebrates Diwali by lightening their houses and by giving presents to their friends and relatives. Housewives celebrates this day by cooking special and traditional dishes for their family, men celebrates this day with their friends and coleagues. Children enjoy with their same ages friends and fire crackers. Neighbours shares sweets in each others and gives wishes. All celebrates Diwali in their own way but one thing is common that is Prayer, before starting celebration all does prayer of Godess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha for the prosperity and success of their family.
As we all know Diwali is the festival, but after spending some moments with different families we found that it is not just a festival which we celebrate because of our religious customs but also a precious get together. In this busy time, peoples don’t have time to meet with each others, even not with their near ones and such type of days made them to arrange some free for their family, friends, relatives and neighbours also.
Some silence lovers peoples, spends these holiday 3-4 days holidays at hill stations or any pleasure driving places with their families, some enjoy lovers celebrates this day with crackers and parties. These all points made it clear that, everyone celebrates this day according to their mood and situations, doesn’t matter of which religion they are but they enjoy holidays for sure.
Diwali is the festivals of 3 days which starts with Dhanteras, on this day peoples purchases new jewelries, kitchen utensils and household items as all believes on it as a good and positive sign for their future. After that a day just one day before the Diwali, that we also called as Chhoti Diwali and then the main day Diwali or Badi Diwali or Deepawali. Diwali has come exactly after 30 days from the day called as Mavas that is Pitra Visarjan. This year Diwali will be held on 19th of October 2018,
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