A very Happy Diwali 2018 to everyone
Many of us are well familiar with the Happy Diwali 2018 festivals. Commonly the Diwali or Deepavali is the festival of Hindus and known as the festival of lights. This festival is celebrated every year across the globe among the Hindu community. During the Happy Diwali 2018 the governments of…
⦁ Sri Lanka
Has officially announced the holidays. Not only have the countries many independent islands also celebrate the Diwali 2018 with splendid arrangements. India is country of festivals like Raksha Bandhan, Diwali etc. But Diwali is most important of all.
Happy Diwali 2018
It is the religious festival of Hinduism which spiritually signifies the Victory of God over the Lord of Darks, Victory of Goods over the Evil, Victory of knowledge over the ignorance, and ultimate victory of hope over the despair.
Hindus celebrate the event by displaying millions of lights shining on the top of their houses, outdoor streets, windows, temples, and actually, they don’t leave any building. They start preparations for Happy Diwali and share the happiness with their loved ones in for four to 6 days.
When is Diwali in 2018?
According to the traditional and religious people of the Hinduism, they think that the Diwali is one festival night which is celebrated on the no moon day of Hindu Lunisolar month and Kartika in Bikram Sambat Calendar.
But most of the young ages and modern Hindu community lack such knowledge and remember the days according to the Gregorian calendar. So, according to the Gregorian calendar, the Diwali falls in the mid of October or the mid of November.
How people celebrate Happy Diwali?
Every year the Hindus across the globe celebrate the Diwali with great passion. That’s why an amazing traditional passion is expected by the people of all ages during the Happy Diwali 2018. During the Diwali or Deepavali, the people renovate, clean and decorate their living and workspaces.
And they wear the new and best outfits, light up the Diya’s inside and outside of the houses. Not only this the whole family altogether participate in Lakshmi puja (Lakshmi is the Goddess of Prosperity and light) so they do prayers during the Lakshmi puja.
After the puja, they engage the big feasts and share the Mathai (sweets). Not only this, they also exchange gift between the members of the family and also with friends. The whole Hindu nation does a lot of shopping to celebrate Happy Diwali 2018.
Spiritual Significance of the Happy Diwali
The spiritual significance of the Happy Diwali 2018 is based on the Indian Region. Many parts of India, the festival starts with the Vasubaras, Vasubaras is the day for the cattle, which is followed by the Dhanteras. After the Dhanteras the Diwali festival is followed by the Naraka Chaturdashi and Lakshmi Puja.
The Lakshmi Puja is the main part of the festival. It is done on the no moon day. The very next day after the no moon day, the Goverdhan Puja is arranged in the Northern Part of the country. And on the same day of the Diwali Padva is celebrated.
This event is dedicated to the husband and wife relationship. The last but not least event of the Happy Diwali is Bhai Dooj which is dedicated to the strong bonding between the siblings.
Happy Diwali 2018 Wishes for Everyone
Across the globe, the people consider 2 different worlds one is virtual world and another is a real world. Till know we have covered the celebration of Happy Diwali 2018 but people who live far, far away from their loved ones celebrate the Happy Diwali by sending Happy Diwali wishes 2018 to everyone.
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Memorable Moments of Happy Diwali
Diwali is the festival of happiness, every year we celebrate it with great passion in order to make it more memorable for the whole year. Last year I & my family members share our happiness with others. Here are some piece of memories during Happy Diwali 2017 I would like to share with you.
I used to live in Mumbai India the Chhatrapati Shivaji Temple is one of the most popular temples.
Rangolis of Happy Diwali
Rangolis are my favorite part of the festival. Actually, the Rangolis are the main designs patterns which are made on the floor of houses and temples using different colors in the powder form and rice. It’s a special way to welcome the guest during Diwali 2018. Here are some amazing and best Rangolis for Happy Diwali 2018.
Idols of Few Gods during Happy Diwali
Last year in my house, this is how the idols of few Gods were set up in my home. Like Idols of Lord Ganesh, (the elephant God which removes our obstacles) Goddess Lakshmi (the God of lights and prosperity). The idols are kept facing the East.
Fireworks of Happy Diwali 2018
How can we forget the most amazing part of the Diwali? This is the favorite part of the Diwali for everyone, especially for the Kids. During the night after puja, we used to set some firework in order to illuminate the dark space with bright and colorful splashes of firecrackers. Almost everyone takes part in this activity of Fireworks but we must be careful while playing with the firecrackers because sometimes they hurt.
Happy Diwali Greetings to Everyone
So, we wish you all a very Happy Diwali 2018, Keep remember us in your prayers and also take great care of your loved ones on this Happy Diwali.
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