Friday, November 6, 2020

Make your families photo frame photo frame available happy Diwali messages useful application

 Make your families photo frame photo frame available happy Diwali messages useful application

On this day, Lord Shri Ram, Mother Sita and brother Lakshman returned to their homes in Ayodhya after completing fourteen years of exile.  In the joy of returning home after so many years, the people of Ayodhya welcomed them by lighting a lamp.  Since then Deepawali, the festival of lamps, was celebrated.

 This festival is celebrated on the new moon day of Kartik month.  The dark night of Amavasya shines brightly with innumerable lamps.  This festival is celebrated by people of almost all religions.  Many days before the arrival of this festival, decorating and decorating of houses starts.  New clothes are made to wear on these days, sweets are made.  Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day, therefore houses are decorated for her arrival and reception.

This festival is celebrated for five days.  This festival runs from Dhanteras to Bhai Dooj.  On the day of Dhanteras, businesses make their new ledgers.  It is considered good to bathe before sunrise on the day of hell fourteen.  Lakshmiji is worshiped on Amavasya i.e. the main day of Diwali.  Prasad of Kheel-Batashe is offered.  New clothes are worn.

  Sparklers, crackers are omitted.  The decoration of shops, markets and houses remains visible.  The next day is a day of mutual meeting.  Deepawali is greeted by hugging each other.  People forget this distinction between big and small, rich and poor, and celebrate this festival together.

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 The festival of Deepawali brings happiness to everyone's life.  Provides enthusiasm to live a new life.  Some people gamble on this day, which is a very bad thing for home and society.  We should avoid this evil.  Crackers should be left carefully.  It should be kept in mind that no one should be hurt by any of our actions and behavior, then it will be meaningful to celebrate the festival of Deepawali.

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