Diwali Festival In Uttar Pradesh:

Uttar Pradesh is a most populous state of our country. The greatest river Sarswati flow though this state. Uttar Pradesh is a unique state of our country India. It is the part, symbolist a royal festival of India. Uttar Pradesh celebrates the festival of Diwali as a festival of fantasy.

Uttar Pradesh is a big state of our country so we can imagine the festival celebration in this state. Diwali is an age-old culture of India and Uttar Pradesh follows this culture. The festival of Diwali major celebrated in Varanasi and Mathura greatest cities of Uttar Pradesh.

At the time of Diwali people of those religious cities looks so joyful and that time they decorated their houses with so much beautiful lights. Where as Agra, Kishangar, Jhansi, and Bisalpur decorated with luxuries items. People of those cities celebrate this festival with fantasy mud. The festival of Diwali comes at thirteenth moon fortnight of the month of Kartika. Diwali is a five day celebration. First day of this festival celebrated as Dhanteras and than Rupchoudus, Laxmi Poojan, Goverdhan Pooja and last one as Bhai dooj.

Diwali the festival celebrate as a festival of Lord Rama’s return to Ayodhya back after his 14 years exile with his wife. This is the day on which Lord Rama killed the demon Rawana. It is a festival of victory of righteousness over darkness. In Uttar Pradesh at the time of Diwali people make it memorable by organizing cultural activities. ladies makes Rangoli in front of their houses and hang torans and bunch of mango or marigold leaves to welcoming goddess Laxmi. On Diwali night they worshiped her for batter

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Celebrating Festival of Deepawali In Kerala India :

In Kerala the festival of Diwali is not highly celebrated festival as like other state. Traditionally people of Kerala not celebrate the festival of Diwali. But various communities like Tamil, Bengali and other communities enjoy the festival of Diwali in Kerala. At the time of this festival people of those communities celebrate it for five days as like other places of India.

People decorate their homes and gardens for welcoming of goddess Laxmi. They decorated thousands of lamps and candle for showing their faith for this festival. This is a festival of juncture and lights. People worshiped Laxmi at the night of Diwali for good health, wealth and for prosperity. (more…)

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