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Significances of Diwali

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In India, Diwali is undoubtedly the festival of lots of excitement, happiness, positivity and celebration of good over bad. It is a 5 days long festival in which friends, family and love ones gather together for a cheerful celebration of decorate home and illuminate home to eradicate darkness from everywhere as Diwali is celebrated on ‘Amavasya’ which is no moon day. It heralds the dawn of a New Year as per the Indian Hindu calendar.

The Ritual of Sharing Gifts

Diwali signifies different meanings for its grand celebration in India. It is the day of celebrating Lord Ram’s victory over devil King Raavan. Also Diwali is the auspicious day for Lakshmi Ganesha Puja. So there is lot that signifies the cheerful festival of Diwali such as:

The Tale of Ramayan
It is said that Diwali is celebrated on the account of Lord Rama’s win and return to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. In fact lighting and decorating of home is done actually to signify welcome of Lord Rama. The tale of Ramayan depicts all in detail.

Lord Rama’s win and return to Ayodhya

Laxmi Ganesh Puja
Like the importance of Ramayana in the celebration of Diwali, Laxmi Ganesh Puja is also of great importance on Diwali. It is been believed by the people of India that worshipping goddess Laxmi and lord Ganesh on Diwali is the way of respecting God and getting blessed with healthy, wealthy, happy and prosperous life.

Worshipping goddess Laxmi and lord Ganesh on Diwali

Tradition Diyas
The thing that best signifies the festival of lights, Diwali is Traditional Diya. In fact the most important part of Diwali celebration is lighting traditional earthen diyas at home and everywhere around. Thus when Diwali is round the corner, the one thing that is on high demand is beautifully carved Diyas. These days, a lot new varieties Of Diwali Diyas have into the market.

Diwali Diyas have into the market.

Colorful Rangoli
Another very beautiful symbol of Diwali festival celebration is Rangoli. It is the name for the beautiful and colorful decoration of floors done with colored powder. Diwali Rangoli is in fact the traditional symbol of Diwali which excel with creativity.

Diwali Rangoli is in fact the traditional symbol of Diwali

Delectable Sweets
Like any other festival, sweets sharing with near and dear ones is an important ritual of the celebration of Diwali. Thus many days prior to Diwali celebration, amazing varieties of Diwali Special sweets is available everywhere around. In fact in the range of Diwali gifts, sweets are much preferred option. Just like Diwali Messages, Diwali sweets are shared by all among near and dear ones.

Range of Diwali gifts, sweets

The Ritual of Sharing Gifts
On Diwali, the ritual that spreads happiness, love and cheerful moments around is the ritual of gifting which is of great significance among the people of India during Diwali. Just like every other important Diwali custom, the ritual of Diwali gifts sharing is of great importance among all. It is the way of strengthening the bond of love with near and dear ones, sharing happiness and love. In fact on Diwali, Corporate companies distribute Diwali gifts to staff.

The Ritual of Sharing Gifts

Diwali is one of the cheerful festival celebrations of Indians. So celebrate it with utmost zeal and with utmost safety with family and friends.


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posted Oct 28, 2016 by Ritika Sharma

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