[Resolved] Action India Home Products — Diwali
Diwali is the annual festival for Hindus which falls during October or November. There is a lot of religious and cultural beliefs behind celebrating it. The great cultural belief behind celebrating it is to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama after 14 years of exile after defeating the demon king Ravana. It is the symbol of coming of winter season after the rainy season. It indicates the starting of new annual account for the businessmen. People visit their relatives and friends in order to share gifts and say them good wishes for Diwali. People distribute the gift packets such as sweets, dry fruit packets, gift hampers, cakes and many other things. People offer puja to the Goddess Lakshmi to get more blessings for the bright future and prosperity. Lamps are lighting everywhere to remove the evil from home and welcome the God and Goddess. People get busy in the activities of Diwali (uch as purchasing, clean up and other religious activities) a month before from the real date. It looks bright and dazzling everywhere because of the lighting lamps. Children are very keen to celebrate it and show their interest by involving in all the activities related to the Diwali. They learn many stories, making rangolis, playing games from their teachers in the school. Many events on Diwali takes place in the schools by the kids two weeks before the main date of Diwali. Teachers familiarize the students about how to use crackers and fireworks, how to do puja, legends of Diwali and many more things. Diwali festival includes five days long celebration which are celebrated with joy and delight. The first day of Diwali is known as the Dhanteras, second day is Naraka Chaturdashi or Chhoti Diwali, third day is Main Diwali or Lakshmi puja, fourth day is Govardhan puja and fifth day is Bhaiya Dooj. Each of the five days of Diwali celebration has its own religious and cultural beliefs.
Complaint marked as Resolved Aug 14, 2020
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