"Diwali", the festival of lights, crackers, dias, fireworks

 "Diwali", the festival of lights, crackers, dias, fireworks

 "Diwali", the festival of lights, crackers, dias, fireworks
 "Diwali", the festival of lights, crackers, dias, fireworks
 "Diwali", the festival of lights, crackers, dias, fireworks
     India is a secular country. People of different religions observe many festivals like Janmashtami,  Shivratri, Rakhi purnima, Diwali, Christmas, Muharram etc. India is a land of festivals. Festivals have become part and parcel of our lives.
    "Diwali the festival of lights" is known as  " Divali", " Deepavali " or "Dipavali" "Deepavali" is celebrated by all people of different religions like Hindus, Jains, Buddhist, and Sikhas. It is called so because people celebrate this with lighting candles, dias, and fireworks. Diwali falls on the 15th day of the month of Kartika. There are many mythological accounts of this festival. 
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      It is said that on this day Lord Ramachandra returned to ayodhya after 14 years. People of ayodhya celebrated Diwali in honour of Rama's victory over ravana. It is said that Mahaveer attend Nirvana on this day. So the Jains celebrate Diwali with great pomp. People worship Lakshmi the goddess of wealth on this night for they believe that Laxmi showers wealth on the people this night. People pray their  ancestors on this day by lighting candles, dias, etc. . It is believed that Lord Sri Krishna killed "Narakasura" and freed his daughters on this day. Kali puja is celebrated all over India this day. It is believed that goddess Kali killed so many demons in this incarnation. So the people all over India celebrate this function with much pomp for some reason or the other.
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Laxmi Pujan on the occasion of deepavali
 Diwali is a national function in North India it is celebrated as New Year's Day and in South India people adorn themselves with new clothes. In Bengal Kali puja is celebrated with much pomp. This day people keep their houses neat and clean. They decorate their houses with coloured lights. This day people use crackers, rockets, phulkaris, fireworks etc. People spend a lot of money to celebrate this occasion. Hindus far and wide celebrate this festival by distributing sweets to their friends and relatives. Moreover children enjoy this festival very much. 
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This festival causes some dangerous as people use dangerous crackers and rockets. There are possibilities for fire and thus the fire brigades spends sleepless night on Diwali. Some careless people lost their life in fire accidents. Of course insects are killed by this light and smell. 
      Diwali is a festival of light to dispel darkness. Rich and poor get a chance to participate in this festival and make merry. They meet their friends and share their feelings on this day. May it be mythological or historical, Indians get pleasure to celebrate Diwali.

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