Happy Diwali 2023

Happy Diwali

Wishing you all a very happy & prosperous Diwali.

Diwali is a religious festival of lights and joy, during which good triumphs over evil. Deepavali means “the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance and hope over despair”. According to Hinduism, Diwali is a joyous festival wherein families pay homage to the Gods, Goddesses, and worship to get rid of all the evil. The celebration of this god’s birthday includes millions of lights not only on houses, outside doors and windows, but in the sky as well.

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Happy Diwali

People offer and wish everyone around their communities, family, neighbors, friends, someone they lost, someone that is going through an important changes, someone they care about. In this digitized era, people used to send messages via SMS around the world to wish their loved ones a Happy Diwali.

It is celebrated in honor of Lord Ram because on this day, Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. He had endless battles against the demon king Ravenna that were deemed to be the most potent of his great career. As Rama returned to Ayodhya after fleeing, the people of Ayodhya lit divas to welcome him and greet the good news that he prevailed. After that time , Diwali became the festival of victory of Good over evil.


How is Diwali Celebrated

In this country, it is a celebration of fun and happiness. People often decorate their homes and offices with various lights. Chef (cook) can easily prepare delicious meals and exchange gifts. Indian businesses consider Diwali the starting day of the financial reason year for the country. This festival day, people adorn the rangoli of courts with colorful rangoli. They light lanterns in the middle of the courts. People dress in new clothes, eat the delicacies, light lamps, and as the sunset starts, they can burst open firecrackers.

5 days of a long Diwali celebration

Diwali festival is celebrated on consecutive 5 days. Each day having one different name & significance. Five days are Dhanteras, Narak Chaudas, Lakshmi Pooja, Govardhan Pooja, and Bhai Dooj.
The first day of Diwali, one of the biggest Hindu holidays, marks ‘Dhanteras’. The harvest festival celebrates the goddess of wealth, and there is a tradition of spending money during that time.

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The second day of the Diwali celebration marks Naraka Chaturdashi. This day, the people wake up early in the morning and use scented oils to clean their body of all impurities from past lives.

The third day of celebration people worship Goddess Lakshmi. This is the Main day of festival., people buying new clothes, and bringing hands of cards to all the shops.

On The fourth day of the celebration, called Govardhan Puja, people give the honour of performing a special prayer to Krishna made from cow dung. This prayer is said to be the miracle of lifting a boulder called Govardhan using just cow dung.

On this day, the Nepali people perform several rituals – e.g., Bhai Dooj or Bhai Dooj Mela, and Melagi thereafter. On this day, ladies visit their brother’s house. They sprinkle an ash or a Tilak on their faces and in their hair. In Nepal, they also offer tulips to god.

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