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Sunday, October 14, 2012

Diwali | Festival of Light | Calendar 2012




Diwali, Deepawali, Festival of Lighs, Devali, there are various names of this festivals in India. Diwali is the festival of lights in which we worship the goddess Laxmi jee and Ganesh Jee. It is said that this day Mata Laxmi come to our house and provide lot of money and happiness to our life. Diwali is celebrated in all over the world now. This is the big festivals in a year.

When I was child, I do not understand that one month before diwali, everybody started cleaning their house and shops and also getting paints in their home, offices, shops etc. Now I got it that why. I want to say that It is the festival in which people start cleaning and painting their house, offices and shops etc.

As a writer I want to share something that My uncle having business of pujan samagri so they are getting busy in his shop, lot of crowd collected in his shop, you know why? People used to purchase pujan samagri and new bronze pod for their house.

Diwali Calendar 2012

11 November 2012(Sunday) : Dhanteras
12 November 2012(Monday) : Choti Diwali
13th November 2012(Tuesday) : Badi Diwali

Dhanteras

At the day of Dhanteras, people purchase any bronze, silver, or Gold stuff for their house, it is said that in this day, every person should buy these things. It is the symbol of happiness and good financial condition. That is why people used to buy these stuff.

Choti Diwali

At Choti Diwali, people buy clothes, sweets and pujan samagri for worshipping at the day of Diwali. At this day people also burn diyas, different form of lights and fire firecrackers. Children enjoy a lot on this day.

Badi Diwali

This is day in which we worship the goddess, burn the lights and fire the crackers. We used to distribute the sweets called ladoo in this day. Worship is done Everywhere weather offices, shops and house and pray to GOD for happiness and not having financial crisis in this life. A traditional game is played on the day of Diwali called cards. People used to play cards all night long.

History of Diwali

This is said that after defeating the Ravana, Bhagwan Rama had returned his home with Sita Mata, Bhai Laxman. On this ocassion, people starter celebrating this day as a festivals of lights.

Read more about Diwali[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diwali]

Happy Diwali to all of you from my whole team

Diwali Aarti

2 comments:

  1. Devali is the truly Festival of Light :)
    and enjoy with home shifting

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