Happy Deepavali HD Wallpapers: Deepavali is the widely celebrated Hindu festival all over the country which spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. It is celebrated by millions of people across the world lighting lights, candles, diyas (earthern lamps) inside and outside the homes, offices, temples, malls and public gathering places.
Diwali is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains and this year, it falls on November 7, 2018. The latter date is followed by people of North India whereas the South Indians celebrate Deepavali on November 6, 2018, the New Moon day of the month of Kartika.
Significance of Diwali
Diwali is one of the biggest festivals in India that dates back to Ancient India. There are a numerous myths for the celebration of Diwali and it differs from places to places. However the festival triumphs right versus wrong, true wealth versus transient wealth, knowledge versus ignorance. It’s a five-day festival of which Diwali is celebrated on the day of the new moon of the month, which usually falls between mid-October and mid-November.
Deepavali is a metaphor for resisting evil, for dispelling darkness and for compassion to others. Diwali is the celebration of this inner light over spiritual darkness, of knowledge over ignorance and right over wrong. Deepavali is a festive restatement of the Hindu belief that the good ultimately triumphs over evil. People offer prayers to deities and the rituals varies based in the region.
Diwali celebration is regarded with Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth that symbolizes the marriage of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Vishnu. It is also said that Diwali is celebrated to honor the return of Lord Rama along with his wife Sita and his brother Lakshman to his homeland Ayodhya after 14 years exile after killing Ravana.
In Southern parts of India, Diwali is called as Deepavali, Naraka Chaturdashi, Deepavali Amaavasya which commemorates the death of Narakasura at the hands of Lord Sri Krishna. It is believed that Narakasura, a malevolent demon, tortured common people and they prayed to lord Krishna to defeat him. The people then celebrated Narakasura’s defeat with sparklers, lights and firecrackers. This celebration has continued down the generations as Diwali.
How People Celebrate Diwali?
It’s a five-day festivity and the way of celebration and religious rituals vary across the regions of India. The month of October is usually considered as the biggest shopping season In India where people used to get new clothes for themselves and their families, gifts, gold jewellery and home appliances.
People used to clean their homes and offices well before the day of the main event of Diwali. They will prepare sweets, snacks and savories well ahead of the day and share sweets with family and relatives. As per old tradition, people will gift sweets, snacks and savories along with new dresses to the married girls in their home.
On the day of Diwali ,everyone will wake up in the early morning, take oil bath, visit temples and offer prayers to Lord Ganesha (Vinayagar), Lord Shiva, Lord Krishna, Lord Rama and Goddess Lakshmi. To celebrate the light over darkness, people burst crackers and the following night, the sky will be filled with colored crackers.
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Happy Deepavali Wishes
Deep jalte jagmagate rahe,
Hum aapko aap hame yaad aate rahe,
Jab tak zindagi hai,
Dua hai hamari, Aap chand ki tarah zagmagate rahe.
Let’s Celebrate the auspicious day of Diwali with fun and frolic
May this bright day bring bountiful bliss and joy in your life
here’s sending wishes to you on this Diwali
Happy Diwali Shayari
Roshani bhi hogi, honge chiraag bhi
Awaaz bhi hogi, honge saaz bhi
Par na hogi uski parchaai, na uski aaahat
Bohot sooni hogi yeh diwali
Bin sanam kaise milegi mujhe raahaat.
Diwali tum bhi manaate ho,
Diwali hum bhi manaate hai,
Bus farq sirf itnaa hai ki,
Hum diye jalaate hain,
Aur tum dil jalaate ho.
Let’s overcome the darkness and celebrate the victory of the good over the evil
with the light of our Diyas, with good faith, our prayers to Lakshmi and Ganesh,
our offerings to Gods and Goddesses, with the joyful happiness and warmth of our hearts,
our families and beloved ones.
Remember that Diwali is what we make it!
So let’s make Happy Diwali an unforgettable one!
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