Happy Diwali 2017

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Happy Diwali 2017

Happy Diwali 2017: – People of Hindu religion wait very eagerly for this special festival of  Happy Diwali 2017. It is the most important and favorite festival of everyone especially for kids and children of the home. Use the following essay on Diwali to make your kids smart enough at home or school and motivate them to know the history and significance of celebrating Diwali festival every year. You can select anyone of these Happy Diwali 2017 essay according to your need:

It is common beliefs of people that buying new things at this day would bring home the Lakshmi. People buy gifts, clothes, sweets, decorative things, fire crackers, and diyas. Kids buy toys, sweets, and crackers from the market. In the evening, Lakshmi puja is held by the people at their home by lighting lamps. People take bath, wear new clothes and then start puja. After the puja, they distribute prasad and share gifts with each other. They pray to God for the happy and prosperous life. And in the last, they enjoy burning firecrackers and playing games. Happy Diwali 2017!

 

 

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India is the great country known as the land of festivals. One of the famous and most celebrated festivals is Diwali or Deepawali which falls every year 20 days after the festival of Dussehra in the month of October or November. It is celebrated to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama to the Kingdom after the 14 years of exile. People of Ayodhya shown their joy and happiness by lighting the lamps in the whole kingdom and firing crackers.

 

 

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Diwali is known as the festival of lights or row of lights which are the symbol of coming of Lakshmi to the home and victory of truth over the evil. At this day Lord Rama had killed the demon king of Lanka, Ravan in order to save the earth from the bad activities. People do whitewash and clean up of their houses, offices, and shops to welcome the Lakshmi. They decorate their houses, lighting lamps, and firing crackers.

 

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