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Diwali

  • Date Submitted: 07/29/2016 07:24 AM
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India is the most festival celebrating country every year, where people of all the religions celebrate their different festivals according to their own culture and tradition. Diwali is one of the most celebrated, important, traditional and cultural festivals of India for the people of Hindu religion which they celebrate very enthusiastically every year by gathering together with relatives, family, friends and neighbors. It is also known as festival of lights or Diwali.

It is the festival of great joy and enthusiasm which falls every year in the month of October or November. The coming of Diwali festival brings a lot of story and legends which every kids must know. One of the great reason behind celebrating the Diwali festival is the returning of Lord Rama to his Kingdom, Ayodhya, after getting a big victory over the demon king Ravana of the Lanka. Diwali is celebrated every year to symbolize and remember this history by the people as a victory of truth ever over the evil. People of Ayodhya had welcomed the returning their most loved King Lord Rama to their own Kingdom after the long period of time, 14 years of exile, with their wife Sita and younger brother Lakshman. People of Ayodhya had expressed their love and affection towards their King by their heartily welcome. They had enlightened their home including whole kingdom and burned fire crackers to welcome the Lord Rama.
They had prepared a lot delicious recipes to offer their Lord, everyone was happy and greeted to each other. Children were also happy, they run from here and there to show their happiness.
People worship the Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesh after the sunset according to the Hindu calendar. They prayer to the God and Goddess to get more blessings, health, wealth and bright future. They cook delicious dishes of foods and sweets all the five days of the Diwali festival. People play a variety of games such as dice, card games and various other at this day. They come close to the good activities...

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