Friday, 9 September 2016

How To Diwali (Depawali) Celebrate

Diwali is the most festival in Hindu. 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".

Diwali Celebrate To People :

 Diwali is also known as Deepavali, the "deep" meaning "light" or "lamp", and "avali" meaning "row"
 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 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.

How To Make Best Celebration To Diwali :

The growing ethnic and cultural diversity of Hindu religion throughout the world provides the opportunity to participate in the celebrations and rituals of Diwali festival that enhances the feelings of being part of a close-knit group of Indians. Most Diwali celebrations around the world focus on family and friends and it is a time to reflect on the past and envision for a future, perhaps, in a world where people live together in harmony.Outside India also, as Diwali approaches, people clean their home to escape bad luck in the upcoming year and families gather for a feast and stay up late, celebrating with the help of crackers and sweets. They believe that the Hindu goddess of good luck visits homes that are brightly lit. Children make "diyas" which are small clay lamps to light and bring the good luck goddess to their home so they can receive new clothes and toys. One family may have many thousand of these little diyas decorating their home.

Diwali Celebrate To All Around World :

Diwali is traditionally marked with the illumination of small earthenware oil lamps called diyas, made with coconut oil, ghee and wicks of cotton string.Their story is documented in the Sanskrit epic Ramayana, traditionally believed to have been written sometime between 500 BCE to 100 BCE by the sage Maharshi Valmiki.Diwali is also a time to honour the goddess of wealth, Lakshmi, and rows of lanterns are lit to guide her into people’s homes. People may leave their doors open during the festival to prompt her entry.In the Bengal region, Diwali fetes the goddess Kali, of time and death, who is often seen as a strong mother figure.In Nepal, Diwali is a celebration of Lord Krishna over Narakaasura, a demon who was thought to have kidnapped women and stolen land.

What Is Diwali Celebration :

Diwali is a five-day festival that holds utmost importance for most of the Indians. It is a festival of lights, which symbolises the victory of good over evil. People burst crackers, decorate their homes with diyas, candles and fairy lights, exchange gifts and sweets as well. On this day, goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshipped. And, everyone dresses up in their best clothes.
In almost all regions of India, Diwali celebrations begin with dhanteras. The second day is narak chaturdashi, which is celebrated by smashing fruits and bursting crackers. This symbolises the end of the evil demon, Narakasur. Lakshmi and Ganesh puja follows next. The fourth day is padwa. It is considered to be an auspicious day for the commencement of anything new. The fifth day is bhai dooj. However, there are a lot of other things that people do to celebrate this festival in their own style. Read below and see how people from all over India celebrate Diwali differently.


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