Deepawali History

Deepawali History

The festival actually reminds the killing of the great devil , Ravan, ”King of Lanka” by Lord Rama. The epic “Ramayan” mentions that how Lord Rama, the eight incarnation of Lord Vishnu ,killed the ten-headed devil Ravana, in Satyug.

 

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Deepawali Puja

Deepawali Puja

Lakshmi Pooja is the done on Diwali in India. It is essential to keep the home fresh on Diwali as Goddess Lakshmi trips every home on Diwali. Diyas are lit at night to welcome the goddess.

 

 

 

 

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Deepawali Gifts

Deepawali Gifts

Diwali is celebrated with zeal all over the world. In India, it is a five-day festival that brings with it good cheers. It is the time to celebrate the victory of good over the evil. 

 

 


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Deepawali Recipes

Deepawali Recipes

Festivals are incomplete without mouthwatering dishes..So here are some recipes of wonderful yummy dishes to make your diwali more special. 

 

 



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Rama Return to Ayodhya

Rama Return to Ayodhya

Rama Return to Ayodhya

The 15th dark night of the month of Ashwin according to Hindu calendar is celebrated with excellent pomp and energy by Hindus.This is the day when in around 5000 B.C Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya. The whole empire of Ayodhya danced in pleasure on returning of Lord Rama.

The, excellent yet ethical, Lord Rama finished the era of Asura Ravana in Lanka. He created the righteousness and benefit win over vice. Rama's come back to Ayodhya represents many activities simultaneously. Before returning to Ayodhya, Shri Rama made vibhishan the king of Lanka.

 Back there in Ayodhya, Bharata was ready to wwelcome his elder brother in the best possible way. Bharata waited desperately for his brother for 14 lengthy years. He resided like a hermit in a little cottage while his brother Ram went for exile. Therefore, the 'Bharata Milap' show too becomes considerable. Soon after returning to Ayodhya, Bharata himself conducted the Rajyabhishek of Shri Rama and made him the king of Ayodhya.

Since then it has become traditional to enjoy the day with so much of passion. Following the tradition people till today wear new clothes, decorate their homes and pray Lord Rama to shower his blessings on their loved ones.