Diwali signifies the triumph of “good over evil, light over the darkness, and knowledge over the ignorance”. It is believed that after praying to goddess Lakshmi on the Diwali post cleaning the houses enlightens the people with knowledge, happiness, hope and luck for the lifetime!
Below are 10 lines on Diwali festival
- Diwali, or Dipawali, is India’s greatest and most significant occasion of the year.
- The celebration gets its name from the column (avali) of earth lights (deepa) that Indians light external their homes to represent the inward light that shields them from profound obscurity.
- This celebration is as critical to Hindus as the Christmas occasion is to Christians.
- Diwali is consistently in October or November. This year it’s beginning on Monday, November first and goes for five days. The primary festivals occur on the haziest evening of the celebration — this year that is on Saturday, November fourth.
- This festival is widely celebrated in all parts of the world including countries like India, Pakistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, Trinidad and Tobago, Myanmar, Fiji and many more.
- In northern India, they commend the narrative of King Rama’s re-visitation of Ayodhya after he crushed Ravana by lighting lines of dirt lights.
- In western India the celebration denotes the day that Lord Vishnu, the Preserver (one of the primary divine forces of the Hindu trinity) sent the evil spirit King Bali to manage the underworld.
- Southern India commemorates it as the day that Lord Krishna crushed the evil spirit Narakasura.
- Hindus decipher the Diwali story depending on where they reside.
- Be that as it may, there’s one normal subject regardless of where individuals commend: the triumph of good over evil.
दिवाली in Hindi