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Deepavali or Diwali is the famous Hindu celebration says Festival of lights every year in autumn. It is India’s major and most significant festival of the year. The celebration grows its name from the row of clay lamps that Indians light outside their houses to represent the innermost light that safeguards from divine darkness. Kids love to play with crackers.

Diwali-Deepavali

In northern India, they rejoice the story of King Rama’s return to Ayodhya when he defeated Ravana by lighting lamps.

In Southern India, praises it as the day that Lord Krishna defeated the terror Narakasura.

In western India, the celebration symbols the day that Lord Vishnu, the Saviour sent a forceful King Bali to rule the nether world.

The first day of Diwali, people believe it lucky to spring clean the home and shop for gold.

The second day of Diwali, people decorate beautifully their houses with clay lamps and design rangoli on the flooring.

The third day of Diwali, foremost important day of the celebration while families assemble together for Lakshmi Pooja.

The fourth day of Diwali, when friends and relations sharing gifts and wishes for the future.

The final day of Diwali, brothers visit their married sisters who welcome them with love to celebrate together the festival with a meal. Happy and Safe Diwali to all.

The Celebration symbolise the,

  • Give and Forgive
  • Rise and Shine
  • Unite and Unify
  • Prosper and Progress
  • Illuminate Your Inner Self

 

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