Monday, 26 September 2016

How To Celebrate Diwali

Diwali is a 5 day festival, celebrated to mark the triumph of good over evil. It is observed each year at some point during mid-October to mid-November in many countries such as India, Singapore, Malaysia, and Nepal, or where there are large Indian communities living such as in Canada, Britain, South Africa and New Zealand.Just as Christians regard Christmas as a special and important holiday, Diwali is a festival that has as much meaning for Hindus. Aside from Hinduism, other religions that celebrate this festival are Buddhism, Jainism, and Sikhism. Whatever your faith, you can join in the festivity that is "The Festival of Lights".

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How To Celebrate Deepawali :

 Diwali is also known as Deepavali, the "deep" meaning "light" or "lamp", and "avali" meaning "row"[2] This "row of lights" is represented by lighting lamps everywhere during Diwali. The reasons behind celebrating Diwali differ and are outlined under "Tips". Diwali consists of three to five days of celebrations (the duration depends on where you come from or derive the celebratory traditions from):

The thirteenth day from Poornima (Full Moon) (Dhantrayodashi or Dhanteras). This is the first day of Diwali. "Dhan" means "wealth" and teras means thirteenth day. This is the day for celebrating the goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth. For some places in India, the lamps are kept burning for Lord Yamaraj, the God of Death.

The fourteenth day (Chhoti Diwali or Narak chaturdashi). Hindus believe that this is the day that Lord Krishna destroyed the demon Narakasur, freeing the world from fear. Firecrackers are often let off from this day.
The new moon day (Diwali / Lakshmi puja / Lakshmipujan) of the dark fortnight of Ashwin. This is the actual day of Diwali, and the most significant day. If the house has not already been cleaned, it must be done early this day to welcome the Goddess Lakshmi. Gifts and sweets are exchanged on this day to strengthen bonds of love between family and friends. Firecrackers are let off after dinner.

The first day of the bright fortnight of Kartik (Balipratipada / Padiwa / Govardhan puja / Varshapratipada). This is the day that Lord Krishna lifted the Govardhan Parvat to protect the Gokul people from Indra's wrath and King Vikramaditya was crowned.

Good Way Celebrate To Diwali :

In India, people celebrate Diwali by setting out clay oil lamps, hanging lights, enjoying fireworks displays, feasting with family, giving gifts and playing light-hearted gambling games. The end of Diwali represents the beginning of the financial year, so business owners also honor the date by starting new account books.

How To Best Celebrate Diwali :

The word "diwali" means "row of lights," and celebrants decorate the indoors and outdoors with beautiful rows of flickering lamps, lanterns and electric lights. Families also light up the night with bonfires and create beautiful flower displays. Diwali is viewed as a time for socializing and is celebrated in October or November by multiple religious denominations, including Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism and Buddhism. This nationwide harvest festival is meant to welcome the goddess Lakshmi and secure her blessings for the new year.

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