Diwali is a festival of lights that is celebrated mainly by Hindus, but also by some
Sikhs and Jains in India and also other countries across the world. In India, Diwali is
one of the biggest and brightest festivals that represents the spiritual triumph of
good over evil.
In Hindu culture, Diwali is observed to honor the return of Lord Rama, his wife Sita,
and brother Lakshmana to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. Moreover, in certain parts
of India, Diwali marks the commencement of a new Hindu year. When he returned
with his wife and brother, the night sky in Ayodhya was lit with candles, and
celebrations were marked with festive sweets, which turned out to be a tradition,
that is continued till today.
For Sikhs, Diwali commemorates the self-less sacrifice of their sixth Guru, Guru
Nanak, who refused to leave Gwalior until all his fellow political prisoners were
released from unjust incarceration.
Now that preparations for Diwali are extensive, it usually takes five days- Danteras,
Naraka Chaturdasi, Lakshmi Pooja, Govardhan Pooja, and Bhai Dooj. The home is
cleaned and redecorated by Hindus to welcome Goddess Lakshmi and dedicate their
payers to her for prosperity and wealth. The main Diwali event always coincides with
the darkest, newest moon of the Kartika (Hindu Month). It is with candles and
fireworks that this darkest night is filled with lights. Moreover, people exchange gifts
and sweets with their friends, relatives, and family members.
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