When is Diwali celebrated?
Diwali or Dipawali is one of the main festivals to celebrate in almost all the parts of India. It is commonly called the festival of light. We celebrate on the darkest night with the beginning of month Kartika. This year, this occasion is on 19th October, Thursday. To view images for Diwali 2017, click on the following links
Deepavali 2017 Deepavali images,
Deepavali Images free download and
Diwali images for friends
Why do we celebrate Deepavali?
We celebrate this day not only in India, but in other countries also, for example, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Singapore etc. People belonging to different age groups celebrate this prominent festival with great enthusiasm.
People celebrate this day as the mark of victory of goodness over evil. In northern India, population believe lord Rama along with his wife Sita and his brother Laxman returned to Ayodhya. They returned to their kingdom after 14 years from exile. This occasion reminds us of the time when lord Rama defeated demon king Ravana. Furthermore, People in Western India celebrate this day due to other reason. They believe that Lord Vishnu saved them from the attack of demon Bali.
Let’s have a look at Deepavali celebration!
Every year, we celebrate Diwali usually in the month of October or November. Main occupation of India is agriculture. People consider Diwali as the start of new financial year. Hence, we dedicate this amazing occasion as a tribute to the goddess of wealth Lakshmi. On the evening of this day, people leave their houses open so as to welcome Goddess Lakshmi.
On this cheerful occasion, people share a variety of sweets with each other. So, This joyous occasion is a way to get along with families, friends and relatives and exchange their gifts and wishes. People make many different sweets and special dishes for greeting guests. People decorate their houses with beautiful divas and candles. Also, Children burn crackers with their friends. They also share sweets with each other.
To have a look on different crackers, visit this link Diwali Cracker images. To share your deepest wishes with your near and dear ones this year, don’t forget to check Diwali Wishes HD images
VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFORMATION:
View Diwali cover photos for Facebook and Deepavali Images for Facebook.
To send some amazing quotes on this wondrous occasion to your friends, look at Happy Diwali Quotes.
People send Happy Diwali images and Happy Diwali quotes to their friends and family members. Click on
Happy Diwali Photos Download
Deepavali images for Whatsapp
Happy Diwali images photos
Get ready to celebrate Deepawali 2017 this year with great enthusiasm. Spread love and happiness in the society.
Fore any information, please contact us on email@example.com