The bright and shine annual celebration of best Deepawali Festival is getting here with lots of people that are lighting up and shining up their lives for five days of great festivals.
The festival is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains and the event and themes is victory of light over darkness, knowledge over importance, and hope over regret.
As well as houses being decorated and adorned with candles and beautiful lights and the people who are indicating the celebrations to share gifts and perform prayers in the name of happiness, healthy wishes.
The date of Diwali varies each year as the day is celebrated and calculated according to the position of the moon and the Hindu Moon calendar.
This year, Diwali arrives on Thursday October 19.
Diwali is the five-day Festival of Lights and Spiritual and is traditionally celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains and is one of the significant festivals in the Indian culture and traditions.
The word Diwali means patterns of lighted lamps and it is known as the Festival of Lights because houses and shops are adorned with candles and beautiful lights. This shows the win of light over darkness and good over bad.
For several Indians, Diwali respects Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and people will begin the new business year at Diwali and many will tell prayers to the goddess for a great year ahead.
Large firework and crackers displays are established which celebrate one of the Diwali epics, Rama and his wife Sita.
Fireworks and Crackers are adjusted off to mark Rama’s come back to his kingdom after being exiled for 14 years and defeating and killing king Ravana, when the local people set off their own work of fireworks.
Those people who are celebrating Diwali also light traditional and cultural earthenware oil lamps called diyas that are told to supportw Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth, get her way into people’s homes and houses. They will leave their windows and doors of their homes open so that she can enter into a big arena.
People will also create and develop Rangoli artwork that are patterns developed using colored rice or powder with the most popular and famous pattern being the lotus flower as Lakshmi was often pictured and symbolize either sitting on one or holding a lotus.
During Diwali, families and friends distribute sweets and dried fruit and gifts and many give food and goods to those people who are less fortunate and in needs and requirements.