Happy Diwali 2015 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Photos, Greetings: Deepavali festival is also known as Deepawali. This word is the short form of Deepawali. Divali festival is being observed in Hindu, Sikh, Jain, and Buddhist religion. Well, in some regions, Muslims also celebrate this festival with crackers. The main element of the celebration of festival of lights is Diya which keeps our environment fresh and brighten up our lives with its low light.
You must be aware that the it is the festival of five days. Each day is celebrated with distinct rituals. It is enjoyed by the children a lot because they love firecrackers, wearing new clothes, and eating sweets.
People cleans their home and offices or business area befor the day of Diwali. The Goddess Lakshmi will enter at those areas which are neat and clean in all aspects. This people not only exchanges sweet but they also give gifts to each mainly the thing for the decoration purpose.
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The first day of Deepvali is known as Dhanteras which is being celebrating by worshipping Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kuber afterwards they purchase things made of precious metals. They also buy expensive jewelleries and cars. If anyone wants to purchase things made up of metal then this day is fortune for those things. The second day is called as Choti Diwali which is almost celebrated in the same manner as people celebrates it.
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The Third day is the main Deepavali and the rituals of this has been already reported above. The Goverdhan is the fourth day of Diwali. This day is meant for the incident that was happened in Goverdhan Dham, the Lord Krishna picked the mountain for saving the villagers from heavy rain. The Bhaiya-Dauj or Bhau-beej is celebrated as the fourth day of Deepavali. This day is dedicated to the brother-sister bond.
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