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Diwali, Deepavali or Dipavali is a four to five day-long (varying as per Hindu Calendar) festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs  and some Buddhists and many more.

Diwali is known as the Festival of Lights and is commended to respect Rama-chandra, the seventh symbol (manifestation of the god Vishnu). It is accepted that on this day Rama came back to his kin following 14 years of outcast during which he took on and won a conflict against the evil presences and the devil lord, Ravana.

The story of diwali
Why people celebrate Diwali

Diwali which is otherwise called Deepawali is the most well known celebration of the year. Diwali is the five days party period which starts on Dhanteras and finishes on Bhaiya Dooj. Be that as it may, in Maharashtra Diwali celebrations start one day sooner on Govatsa Dwadashi while in Gujarat Diwali merriments start two days sooner on Agyaras and comes full circle on Labh Panchami.


1.  The first day (October 25, 2019) :- is known as Dhanteras. "Dhan" signifies riches and "teras" alludes to the thirteenth day of a lunar fortnight on the Hindu schedule. This day is committed to praising flourishing. Goddess Lakshmi is accepted to have left the stirring of the sea on this day and she is invited with an uncommon puja (custom). What's more, gold is generally acquired, and individuals accumulate to play a game of cards and bet. Ayurvedic specialists additionally respect Dhanvantari, a manifestation of Lord Vishnu who carried Ayurveda to humanity, on this day. There are various sanctuaries in Kerala and Tamil Nadu committed to Dhanvantari and Ayurveda.

Shoping on Dhanteras
Dhanteras 2019

2. The second day (October 26, 2019) :- is known as Naraka Chaturdasi or Chhoti Diwali (little Diwali). Goddess Kali and Lord Krishna are accepted to have decimated the devil Narakasura on this day. Devil representations are singed in Goa in festivity.

narak nivaran chaturdashi 2019 date
badi diwali 2019

3.The third day (October 27, 2019) :- is the new moon day known as Amavasya. This darkest day of the month is the most huge day of the Diwali celebration in north and west India. Lakshmi is adored on this day, with an uncommon puja performed at night. Goddess Kali is additionally more often than not venerated on this day in West Bengal, Odisha and Assam (in spite of the fact that Kali Puja now and again falls a day sooner relying upon the cycle of the moon).

Amavasya date or day
Amavasya date of 2019

4.The fourth day (October 28, 2019) :- 
has various meanings across India. In north India, Govardhan Puja is celebrated as the day when Lord Krishna defeated Indra, the god of thunder and rain. In Gujarat, it's celebrated as the start of a new year. In Maharashtra, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu, the victory of Lord Vishnu over demon king Bali is celebrated as Bali Pratipada or Bali Padyami.

Goverdhan puja date 2019
 Goverdhan puja 2019

5.The fifth day (October 29, 2019) :- is known as Bhai Duj. It's committed to commending sisters, along these lines that Raksha Bandhan is devoted to siblings. Siblings and sisters get together and share nourishment, to respect the bond between them.

Bhaiya dooj festival date and mahurat
 Bhaiya dooj 2019

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