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Diwali which is also known as “festival of lights” is one of the biggest festivals of India. This arrives between mid-October and mid-November. It is also celebrated in another part of the world like Nepal, Singapore, and Malaysia and in countries where a large number of Indian people live like Britain, Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa.

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Diwali is a three-day festival. On the first day which is also known as “Dhanteras”, people new utensils, jewelry and then worship goddess Lakshmi, they believe by doing this goddess Lakshmi Ji will shower blessing on them. The second day is known as “Choti Deepawali”, according to mythology on this day Lord Krishna killed the demon narakasur and made this word free of him. The third day is the new moon day or this the day when actual Diwali is celebrated.

Many days before this day, the house is cleaned as the goddess of wealth love cleanliness. On the day of Diwali, Lord Ganesh Ji and goddess, Lakshmi Ji is worshipped. Sweets and gifts are exchanged between friends and relative.

People make “Diwali Rangoli Design” at the entrance to their house and the whole house is decorated with lights. During this festival, the view of the surrounding is beautiful as all the houses and buildings are decorated with lights. People decorate their houses with so many decorative items.

After worship and dinner, people burn crackers. According to a mythological story, it is believed that on this day Lord ram ji return to his hometown Ayodhya after killing the demon Ravan.

It is a festival of happiness and lights that light up the life and the surroundings .this is how this festival is celebrated and we hope that this Diwali will bring prosperity in your lives.

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