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Diwali Festival History


Diwali or Deepaavali means an Array of Lamps i.e .Rows of diyas (Deep = Lamp, Vali =Array)

Of all the festivals celebrated in India, Diwali is by far the most glamorous and important. Enthusiastically enjoyed by people of every religion, its magical and radiant touch creates an atmosphere of joy and festivity.


As a family festival, it is celebrated 20 days after Dussehra, on the 13th day of the dark fortnight of the month of Ashwin (October / November).


It is a festival of lights symbolizing the victory of righteousness and the lifting of spiritual darkness. It celebrates the victory of good over evil - and the glory of light. This festival commemorates Lord Rama's return to his kingdom Ayodhya after completing his 14-year exile.


Homes are decorated, sweets are distributed by everyone and thousands of lamps lit to create a world of fantasy.


Diwali is a time for fun and revelry. Diwali is also a time for pooja and tradition. This Diwali festival, it is surmised dates back to that period when perhaps history was not written, and in its progress through centuries it lighted path of thousands to attain the ultimate good and complete ecstasy.


Diwali is very enthusiastically celebrated for five continuous days and each day has its significance with a number of myths, legends and beliefs.