The essay of diwali
A series of rituals are performed to celebrate this festival.
We all eat a lot of sweets and delicious food at the night on the day of the festival. All the streets, shops, markets are decorated with lights. It is celebrated to mark the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of exile and his victory over the Demon Ravana.
This day is celebrated by taking a bath with oil and applying kumkum on the forehead and worshiping Goddess Kaali and also worshiping Lord Krishna as he killed the demon Narkasur.
People burn thousands of crackers in the name of ritual on this day each year. It gives way to many health problems. Play Quiz.
It marks the victory of Ram over Ravana. Many offices and residential societies host Diwali parties a day or two before the festival. Most of the festivals in Hinduism are centered on one or more gods. This is a way to please the deities. This is how we continue to celebrate this day even today. It is celebrated each year to commemorate the return of Lord Rama to his kingdom, Ayodhya. It is a festival of lights. It is said that this brings in prosperity and good luck. We must maintain its sanctity by celebrating it the right way. Air and water pollution is also caused by the decay of remnants of fireworks and deluge of garbage like empty bottles, papers used to light off rockets, gift wrappers, dried flowers, etc at the nook and corners of the city. Apart from the measures that people can take at their end, it is important to put a check on the sale of fire crackers. They worship the Lord Ganesha for good welfare and prosperity and Goddess Lakshmi for wealth and wisdom. It gives way to many health problems. Introduction A.
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