DIWALI celebration The diwali is celebrated in every nook and corner of the country it becomes a symbol of unity. An Indian cannot think of life without diwali, so popular this festival is .It is overall a celebration of thetriumph of good over evil, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance.& truth over lie
DIWALI IS THE FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS & IT IS THEBiggest AND THE GREATEST FESTIVAL OF OURINDIA .THIS FESTIVAL IS NOT ONLYCELEBRATED BY HINDUS BUT THE FOLLOWERSOF EVERY RELIGION CAN CELEBRATE THISFESTIVAL
There is a very good reasons not just forHindus but also for all others to celebratethis great Festival of Lights. . TheVictory of Rama: According to theepic ‘Ramayana’, it was the new moon dayof Kartik when Lord Ram, Ma Sita andLakshman returned to Ayodhya aftervanquishing Ravana and conqueringLanka. The citizens of ayodhya decoratedthe entire city with the earthen lamps andilluminated it like never
On diwali people worship•Lord Ganesha & Goddess Laxmiji
CRACKERSIt is a tradition to express joy with crackers, and it is afun time for children too. In India, most of the schoolsand educational institutes are closed for 2-3 weeks, andchildren enjoy this aspect of Diwali the most. Besideswearing new clothes and eating lots of sweets, childrenlove to burn crackers.There are a vaiety of them available and you can chooseto enjoy the ones with the loud sound or the ones withthe bright colors. It is a way of expressing joy andhappiness.Basically Diwali is a way of expressing your joy andgratitude for the many little things God, and peoplearound you have done for you. Although symbolically welight lamps it is utmost important to light the lamp of
On diwali people exchange sweets good wishes and chocolates
On Diwali everyone decoratethere houses with lots ofmaterial like rangholi, lights,lamps etc.