Festive India Travel Diwali or Dipawali is one of India’s biggest and most important festival. It the festival of light which celebrates on the occasion of Lord Ram and his wife Sita returning to their kingdom of Ayodhya, following Ram and monkey god Hanuman’s defeat the demon King Ravana and release of Sita from his evil grasps.
Festive India Travel Diwali or Dipawali

As it is known as the “Festival of Lights” for all the fireworks are people used to do by their own hand, small clay lamps, and candles that are lit. The candlelight makes Diwali a very warmhearted and impressive festival, and it’s observed with much joy and happiness.

5 Days Festival Celebrations

Diwali is a five-day festival that honours the victory of good over evil and brightness over darkness. This festival is also famous for Lakshmi Puja, the Lakshmi is a Goddess of Wealth.  

5 Days Festival Celebrations

Diwali Day 1:

People used to clean their homes, offices, streets and do shopping of kitchen utensils to help bring good fortune and wealth. The major buying product is silver coins or any silver item. It is also called Chhoti Diwali.  

Diwali Day 2:

People are decorating their homes, offices and streets with small lights, clay lamps, Diyas and also create design rangoli on the floor using coloured powders or sand. Also, please used to hang the Happy Diwali posters or small banner kind of material at their doors.  

Diwali Day 3:

On the main day of Diwali. It is also known as Badi Diwali. The people used to give presents or sweets to their relatives and neighbours. It the evening all families gather for Lakshmi puja, It is the prayer to Goddess Lakshmi, followed by mouth-watering feasts and firework festivities. After the Prayer, people are love to have delicious snacks and sweets. And fireworks are starting from the evening by the small kids and young and old people are joining at a later night. The fireworks time will depend on their budget, but most of the people used to crack the firework till midnight.  

Diwali Day 4:

Day four is known as Govardhan Puja. The day celebrated as Lord Krishna on the occasion of the defeat of God Indra also known as God of weather. On that Lord, Krishna lifted the very big Govardhan mountain to save their people from the natural disaster, which was created by Indra.  

Diwali Day 5:

The day is known as Bhai Duj. This day is for brothers and sisters. The sister pray to god for the wellness of their brothers and also sisters are taking oaths from their brothers that he will serve his sisters in problems.  All these five days are specially for unity, happiness, wealth and prosperity among their families and relatives.    

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