Diwali Festival Tradition Customs Rituals of Deepavali : Hello Friends, Wish you a very happy and prosperous Diwali. As everybody knows that Diwali is the festival of lights and happiness. India’s peoples like this festival a lot. The festival is celebrated in the month of Kartik. Peoples are worshiped lord Ganesha and Lakshmi on this day and distributed sweets each other. Peoples decorate their home with colorful lights and and rangoli, diyas, and children are bursting crackers. Diwali has many religious customs and traditions like worship lord Ganesha and goddess Lakshmi, lighting Diyas and candles, making greeting cards and exchanging gifts, decorate the home with colorful rangoli and bursting crackers
Lakshmi Pooja On Diwali
We worshiped of Goddess Lakshmi in the evening in every house. Goddess Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity. People worship of Goddess Lakshmi to get wealth We remove the evil from our house and get the blessings of goddess Lakshmi.
Ganesh Pooja On Diwali
We also worship of Lord Ganesha with Goddess Lakshmi who is god of wealth and prosperity. We dedicate pooja of Lord Ganesha in the evening of Diwali. This pooja helps in progress of yours, welcome the blessing of Lord Ganesha, and remove evil from human mind.
Candels and Diyas On Diwali
On this day peoples of Ayodhya lighted Diyas to celebrate Lord Ram victory to defeated Ravan and Lord Ram return to their home town Ayodha after 14 years Vanvas. So peoples are lighted Diyas and Candles to remember that day and it also symbolize to remove darkness from the world. We leghted up Diyas and Candles after the pooja of Goddess Lakshmi and peoples also believes that Goddess Lakshmi come in every house so peoples are lighted Diyas through the night.
Exchanging Gifts On Diwali
Peoples also exchanging gifts on the day of Diwali. Peolpes also buy silver and gold things and clothes, sweets, furniture and more things and gift these things to their relatives and loved once and celebrate it with the joy and happiness.
Rangoli On Diwali
We decorate our houses to make a colorful Rangolli with various colors. Rangoli is the word of sanskrit which means a row of colors.
Crackers On Diwali
Children are bursting firecrackers on the Evening of Diwali. Diwali is incomplete without firecrackers.
Significance of Diwali Customs
Diwali is the festival of joy and marks the victory of good over evil. Peoples are worship of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha to get blessings. Peoples lighted candles and Diyas to remove evil from houses. Here are many stories related with this day and one of them the famous Lord Ram’s story which knows everyone. It believes that lord Ram return their home town with their wife Sita and brother Lakshman and peoples lighted diyas on this day in Ayodhya. Some more religious stories are related to the festival of Diwali like the story of Ram and Sita, Lord Krishna, Demon Narkasura, Swami Dayanand Saraswati, Mahavira, Pndavas, lord Ganesh , Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Vishnu, the story of Sikh Guru Hargovind Ji and Vikramaditya etc. Diwali is very important festival of north India’s peoples.
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