HUMTUMSHOP Celebrating the Greatest Festival Diwali
Deepavali or Diwali is the festival of lights is one of the most awaited festivals, associated with the Legend of Lord Ram symbolizing the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness. Usually, the celebrations of the festival start with cleaning houses and workplaces and decorating them with lamps and lights, flowers and rangolis.
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The significance of the festival varies from religion to religion, here are the stories
- Diwali is celebrated 20 days after Dusshera, the day Lord Ram killed Ravana returned to Ayodhya with his wife Sita, brother and Hanuman.
- Some also belive that Diwali is celebrated as the day when Pandavas returned to their nation after 13 years of exile and hiding.
- Diwali is also seen as the day on which, Lord Lakshmi came out of the sea of milk. The night of Diwali is celebrated with colours to enjoy the marriage of Lord Vishnu and Lord Lakshmi.
- The Eastern regions of India celebrate the festival as a victory of Kali over demons.
- In the north-central part of India, Diwali is the day when Lord Krishna lifted Mount Govardhan to safeguard his village people from the wrath of Lord Indra. And the southern people of India enjoy it as the day when Lord Krishna won over demon Narakasura.
- Even the Sikhs see Diwali as the day when Guru Har Gobind freed many people from Gwalior Fort.
- In Jainism, this is the day when Mahavira attained nirvana .
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