What is Diwali?
Diwali is of the most prominent Hindu festivals of Indians, it is celebrated with a lot of joy and happiness. During this festival of lights, homes are decorated with the torch, clay lamps, candles, and Ashok leafs. Generally, tradition is to wear new Clothes. Every Hindu Indian family Worship of Lord Krishna and Lakshmi. All member of the family participates in family Puja, burst crackers, and share sweets with family, friends, and neighbors.
Why is Diwali celebrated?
Diwali is celebrated because lord ram came back to Ajodhya after killing the Damon Ravan and completing 14 years of life in a forest as part of the promise.
What is the Significance of celebrating Diwali?
Diwali marks the return of Lord Rama, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman, after a long exile of 14 years.
What are the Key attractions of Diwali festival?
Homes are decorated with fancy lights, candles, flower and clay lamps bustling shops and markets, and fireworks and crackers
When is Diwali celebrated?
The darkest new moon night of Karthik month of the Hindu lunisolar calendar, which fall in between mid-October – mid-November as per the Gregorian Calendar
Where is Diwali celebrated?
All over the country
Diwali 2018: 7th November