Tradition Of Fireworks On Diwali, How to Celebrate in Indian

Tradition Of Fireworks On Diwali, How to Celebrate in Indian

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Tradition Of Fireworks On Diwali, How to Celebrate in Indian




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Tradition of Fireworks

Why is diwali called the festival of lights

Tradition of Fireworks Diwali is a festival of lights. Diwali is a word of Sanskrit language which means the array of lights. The lights can be of any kind. We can use lights of Divas, candles, and electric bulbs, etc. As Diwali is celebrated on the new moon (Amavasya) of Kartik month according to Hindu calendar. It’s said to be the darkest night of the year. Therefore lights have strong significance on Diwali. In this tradition of light, fire work adds beauty to the scenario. The tradition of fire work  work on Diwali is not so old and not so new. Light work has also been developed with the time. In earlier days people use only sparkles for fire work. But the light work used to be astonishing and marvelous even in that time. The cracker manufacturers were very expert in this job. The sparkles used to be of several colors. In these days, the charm of fire work has developed to a great extent. On Diwali, various kinds of crackers have been sold in the market. The sparklers are the most fascinating. People love “Rockets” which is a bread embedded on a stick of broom. On igniting it rushes into the sky with a flame at its tail. After reaching the atmosphere, it bursts into many sparkles. On the night this cracker rules the sky and the sky appears to be filled with the stars produced by it.

 

What another kind of bread people love to fire is Sky Shot which throws several stars like sparkles of various colors in the air. Some sky shot is so fascinating; they shot the sparkles in the sky for several minutes. Children love this very much. Children love the colors of this very much.There are crackers especially made for children. These are “Anars (fountain), Pencil, Fuljhari.” Children especially love the spray. It bursts out colorful sparkles all around in the manner water fountain sprinkles water all around. The pencil is like a large stick which also emits sparkles. Fulham is also a sparkler which emits bright radiance on burning. Yeah, One great cracker of children is “Charkhi” which rotates on the ground with a great speed emitting sparkles simultaneously. It rotates as a top rotates on its axis.

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“why is diwali celebrated” There are crackers for young kids too. They like bombs very much. As in India noise making biscuits aren’t banned youth and adults like to burst weapons. Their sounds vary from lower one to ear deafening. It is loved by older ones as it satisfies their thirst for adventure very much. One Famous cracker is a Lari (array of small bombs), in which a large number of light weapons are tied together (around 10,000). On ignition, this cracker goes on bursting small bombs continuously for several minutes. In this way, the tradition of fire work has become a way of expressing happiness and joy without which one can’t imagine this great festival of lights. this is reason “why is diwali called the festival of lights”

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