Lakshmi Maa

Lakshmi Maa

Deepavali is one of the major festivals of India or we can say the biggest celebration of India. This day of Deepawali is such an auspicious day of celebration in country.

This day of Deepavali is also known as the festival of lights. On this day lord Rama reached to Ayodhya back after his fourteen years exile. He came back to home after killing demon Rawan.

This was the day which celebrated as a most auspicious day in Ayodhya. People lighted thousands of lamps in and out of their houses to welcome lord Rama sita and Laxman. This day of Deepavali is celebrated with worship of goddess Laxmi for good health and wealth.

Mahalaxmi Puja :

Mahalaxmi Puja is a major act of this day of Deepavali. Deepavali is a celebration of happiness and prosperity. This festival of Deepavali observes on the fourteenth day of Kartik month of Hindu or Indian calendar. On this day people worship goddess Laxmi with lord Ganesha. People worshiped lord Ganesha because he is first worship deity. People wore new cloth on this day. They arranged sweets from markets or made in home. They arrange a Puja of goddess Laxmi and lord Ganesha. They also go to temples for worshipping of Mahalaxmi.

Deepavali In Year 2014 : 23 Oct. 

Deepavali celebrated each of the year with great feelings of joyous and enthusiasm. It is the day when India looks most lighted or well decorated from space.

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Diwali or deepawali is the most popular festival of India, proudly celebrated in the extravaganza of five days. Deepawali is also known as the Festival of Lights as Deepawali means diyas lighted in rows and rows.

Deepawali The Light Festival of India :

Deepawali is an official holiday and the Indians celebrate it with a lot of enthusiasm and joy. All the festivals of India are linked up with a god or goddess and Deepawali is no different. Lord Rama returned to his kingdom of Ayodha after an exile of forty years along with his wife Sita and younger brother Lakshman after killing Raavan, the evil demon. Return of Lord Rama signified the victory of good over evil. This day was celebrated with a lot of joy and happiness by lighting diyas in abundance and bursting fire crackers.

The spirit of Deepawali bursts out every year with all its glory and the heritage of our culture is flaunted and prided upon. People all over India decorate their houses, buy new clothes, prepare sumptuous meals, exchange gifts and are joyful and elated during these magical 5 days.

Deepawali may be celebrated in different parts of India a little differently but the soul of these 5 days of rejoicing is the same throughout India. Deepawali is awaited every year by young and old alike. The children enjoy the most by wearing new clothes, eating tasty sweets, lighting diyas, bursting fire crackers, helping their elders to decorate the house etc.

The women shine with all their fine silks and saris and jewellery. The spirit of Deepawali is unmatched and will remain so till eternity. Many gods and goddesses are worshipped during this 5 day festivity of Deepawali. The Indians believe that if they celebrate Deepawali with all the purity of their inner self and the outer self, the Goddess of Wealth – Lakshmi will bless them and shower them with wealth.

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