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Why Is The Diwali Celebrated And What Is The Importance?

Why Is The Diwali Celebrated

Deepawali has a very special place in India's festivals. On this occasion, homes and shops are decorated, treated and cleaned. On this day worship of Lord Goddess of wealth Lakshmi is specially done. According to Hindu religion, on the day of Diwali, worship of Goddess Mother Goddess Saraswati with Mahalaxmi is also worshiped. It is said that in the midnight of the new moon of Kartik month, Goddess Lakshmi falls on earth and goes to every house. The house where there is cleanliness and purity resides there.



Why Is The Diwali Celebrated

This Festival Is Of 5 Days

Deepawali is a mixture of three festivals, these are Dhanteras, Narak Chaturdashi and Mahalaxmi Poojan. Narak Chaturdashi is also called small Diwali. Deepawali starts with Dhanteras, which comes to the peak of Kartik month on the new moon day. Lamps, candles and bulbs are set and burnt in homes and shops on the night of the new moon of Kartik month.

Why Is The Small Diwali Celebrated?

Narak Chaturdashi is also called small Diwali. Indeed, this festival is celebrated one day before Diwali and on this day it is also the law of burning lamp in the house.


Important dates

Dhanteras: 17, 2017 
 Short Diwali: 18 October 2017 
Diwali: 19 October 2017 
Govardhan Puja: October 20 
Brothers: October 21




Importance of Diwali

After 14 years of exile, Lord Rama symbolizes returning to Ayodhya with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman, Diwali. After the order of his father Raja Dasharath, Lord Ram went for 'Vanvas'. During this, he spent 14 years in the forests and villages of India. At the end of his exile, Rita Ravana of Sri Lanka's ten Mukhiya was kidnapped Sita. After this Lord Ram fought with Ravana and killed Ravana and returned to Ayodhya with his wife. In the epic Ramayana, the victory of Lord Rama symbolizes the victory of good over evil.

Diwali is one of the country's largest festivals. Diwali is auspicious for the year 2017 and worship of the right way keeps Mother Mercy blessed. The festival of Diwali is on 19th October that its Dhoom has started showing in markets. On this day, the light of lamp is worshiped by Lord Lakshmi. Diwali is also known as Diwali. The festival of Diwali starts from Dhanteras festival and ends on brother duo. By the way, it takes the month of Kartik to festivals. Ashwin's Sharad Purnima is considered to be Kartik only. Many festivals are celebrated this month. In the same month there are big festivals such as Diwali, Govardhan Puja 2017, Bhaiya Dooj 2017 and Chhath Puja.

What you should especially take care of on Diwali day is that on this day Mother Lakshmi should wear red clothes. After establishing the Kalash, worship Mother Lakshmi. The Muhurat of this Diwali Mahalakshmi Poojan starts from 7 a.m. in the morning. This muharant will last till 8 a.m. This mantra is performed by Lord Lakshmi's pooja.

Narak Chaturdashi

Narak Chaturdashi celebrates Chaturdashi of the Krishna side of the Kartik month. It is also called Yum Chaturdashi and Roop Chaturdashi or Roop Chauddas. This festival is also known as the Hell Chauddas and Narak Pooja. Usually this festival is also called small Diwali. This time this festival will be celebrated on Wednesday, October 18th. This is the law of worshiping yama and worshiping on this day. It is believed that on this day, the person who takes bath after putting the Abhayang bath, ie sesame oil before sunrise, and putting the leaves (a kind of plant) i.e. chichinda or braided cumin seeds in water, gives special grace of Yamraaj. Going to hell gets rid of all sins. After bathing in the temple of Radha-Krishna in the morning and morning, sins are destroyed and attainment of beauty and beauty. It is believed that Mahabali Hanuman was born on this day, therefore special worship of Bajrangbali is also done.

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