Diwali which is aslo called Deepawali is the most renowned celebration of the year. Diwali is the five days celebration period which starts on Dhanteras and finishes on Bhaiya Dooj. however, in Maharashtra Diwali celebrations start one day on Govatsa Dwadashi while in Gujarat Diwali celebrations start two days before on Agyaras and comes full circle on Labh PanchamiWhat is Diwali?
In Maharashtra Diwali celebrations start one day on Govatsa Dwadashi while in Gujarat Diwali celebrations start two days before on Agyaras and comes full circle on Labh Panchami.
Five days celebration different ceremonies are followed and with Goddess Lakshmi a few different Gods and Goddesses worshipped.
Goddess Lakshmi is the most important during Diwali Puja. Amavasya(The new moon day) is the most important day of five days.
Diwali celebrations and known as Lakshmi Puja, Lakshmi Ganesh Puja and Diwali Puja. In India this the Most popular celebration and also called as Deepwali.
The once-a-year Diwali festival makes India a paradise. The light of the country shines brightly. Flickering earthenware, buildings adorned with brightly colored candles, the dim light of candles, the rain of light. This part of the land, shrouded in light, looks like a parasite.
Diwali is the biggest festival of Hindus and is celebrated with great enthusiasm by the followers of this religion all over the world.
Diwali is actually an acronym for Diwali which literally means a row of goddesses and hence it is called the festival of lights. Every festival in India has a historical, religious and cultural background and Diwali is no different.
The most common and well-known story of Diwali is the return of Ayodhya’s Prince Ram and his wife Rani Sita to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile, when the whole city was in a frenzy to receive them Were exploding. Even today, people celebrate Ram’s return with heartily.
There are other stories related to Diwali that the common man may not be aware of. It is said that there was a king named Raja Kasur, who was very cruel and lustful. Hussein’s favorite pastime was to kidnap young girls and make them the target of his lust and then imprison them behind bars. Vishnu, a Hindu deity, disguised as Lord Krishna, saved the world from this tyrant on Diwali.
The pages of Mahabharata tell another story. When Pandu lost to his brothers Koro at the hands of gamblers, Koro was sentenced to 13 years in exile. After sifting through the forest for 13 years of his life, when Pandu reached his hometown Hastanapur (now Delhi), people took him by the hand and Hastanapur was decorated with flowers and lamps. It was the day of Diwali.
On the same day, a Sikh guru was released from the captivity of the Mughal emperor Jahangir. This is the day when the foundation stone of the Golden Temple was laid in Amritsar, Punjab.
The most important thing is the union of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu. Lakshmi is the goddess of love, wealth, good fortune and prosperity and that is why people worship her on this day so that the goddess may be kind to her throughout the year.
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