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Delightful Diwali : Celebrating the return of Prince of Ayodhya, Lord Rama

Kavishala LabsKavishala Labs November 4, 2021
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Diwali is delight

Diwali is delight, Diwali is delight

No dark night , Everywhere light

Things are bright , Diwalli is delight

Have sweet bite , Fireworks at height

Joyful sight , Diwali is delight

Bliss and peace we should invite

On this lit diwali night

Let the glow be bright and bright

Nothing dark should be inside

Let not crackers show their might

Nor should smoke reach new height

Let not pollution sharply brite

Do what you can in this fight

Let's enjoy the tasty diet

But for display it's only light

Diwali is delight , Diwali is delight.

The Grand festival of Diwali is one of the auspicious celebrations of the year by the Hindus all around the globe. But, now people of other castes, religions, and countries celebrate this with much pomp energy, and enthusiasm. Deepavali is the festival of lights that signifies peace and joy and marks the victory of good over evil, and light over darkness in our lives. During this festival, people clean their homes, decorate every corner with lights, lamps, diyas, flowers, rangoli, and candles. According to our traditions, our families also perform Lakshmi Puja and pray to the Goddess of wealth to bless them with health, wealth, and prosperity.

This festival reminds us few lines of the book "The Light in the Heart" which was written by Roy T. Bennett -

“Learn to light a candle in the darkest moments of someone’s life.

Be the light that helps others see;

it is what gives life its deepest significance.”

History Of Diwali:

Hindu mythology says, that the Prince of Ayodhya, Lord Rama, returned home with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana on this occasion of Diwali. They returned back to Ayodhya after suffering14 years in exile and defeating Ravana, the King of Lanka.

In Ayodhya, his return is still celebrated with great enthusiasm by lighting rows of lamps and diyas. The tradition keeps ongoing for years and is celebrated as the festival of Diwali.

Significance Of Diwali:

Diwali is the festival of lights and fireworks in the sky that signifies the eradication of darkness, negativity, and doubts from our lives. The festival also imparts the message of illuminating our inner selves with clarity, positivity and lit up our minds with great thoughts and progress in our careers.

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