Celebration Of Diwali & Bursting Crackers On Diwali

Celebration Of Diwali

Celebration Of Diwali If You Are Searching For This May Be Live Outside India Because As Per My Knowledge Every Person Know Celebration OF Diwali Even Muslims Also Know About Celebration Of Diwali . But If You Don’t Know I am Here To Tell You . Diwali Celebration Divided In 5 Day Also Knows As 5 Festive Days

  1. Dhanteras : Dhanteras (celebrated in Northern and Western part of India) starts off the five-day festival. Starting days before and through Dhanteras, houses and business premises are cleaned, renovated and decorated. Women and children decorate entrances with Rangoli – creative colorful floor designs both inside and in the walkways of their homes or offices.
  2. Naraka Chaturdasi :- Narak Chaturdasi is the second day of festivities, and is also called Choti Diwali. The Hindu literature narrates that the asura (demon) Narakasura was killed on this day by Krishna, Satyabhama and Kali. The day is celebrated by early morning religious rituals and festivities followed on. Typically, house decoration and colourful floor patterns called rangoli are made on or before Narak Chaturdasi. Special bathing rituals such as a fragrant oil bath are held in some regions, followed by minor pujas. Women decorate their hands with henna designs. Families are also busy preparing homemade sweets for main Diwali.
  3. Lakshmi Puja (Also Known As Diwali) :- The third day is the main festive day. People wear new clothes or their best outfits as the evening approaches. Then diyas are lit, pujas are offered to Lakshmi, and to one or more additional deities depending on the region of India; typically Ganesha, Saraswati, and Kubera.[Lakshmi symbolizes wealth and prosperity, and her blessings are invoked for a good year ahead.
  4. Padwa, Balipratipada :- The day after Diwali, is celebrated as Padwa. This day ritually celebrates the love and mutual devotion between the wife and husband. The husbands give thoughtful gifts or elaborate ones to respective spouses. In many regions, newly married daughters with their husbands are invited for special meals. Sometimes brothers go and pick up their sisters from their in-laws home for this important day. The day is also a special day for the married couple, in a manner similar to anniversaries elsewhere in the world. The day after Diwali devotees performs Goverdhan puja in honor of Lord Krishna.
  5. Bhai Duj, Bhaiya Dooji :- The last day of festival is called Bhai dooj (Brother’s second) or Bhai tika in Nepal, where it is the major day of the festival. It celebrates the sister-brother loving relationship, in a spirit similar to Raksha Bandhan but with different rituals. The day ritually emphasizes the love and lifelong bond between siblings. It is a day when women and girls get together, perform a puja with prayers for the well being of their brothers, then return to a ritual of food-sharing, gift-giving and conversations. In historic times, this was a day in autumn when brothers would travel to meet their sisters, or bring over their sister’s family to their village homes to celebrate their sister-brother bond with the bounty of seasonal harvests.

Celebration Of Diwali & Bursting Crackers On Diwali

Bursting Crackers On Diwali Is Good

I thing Bursting Crackers Is The Best Part Of Diwali. I Enjoy It Lot Many peoples Say Please Don’t Burst Crackers They Affect Our Earth Which May Cause Global Warming On Large Scale But As My Point View There Is Nothing Wrong Ok, Let Me Explain Have You heard About New Year Yes? New Year Is World Wild Festival Mostly All Countries Celebrate This Festival. We Are Bursting Only 20% Crackers On Diwali As Compare To New Year So Don’t Be Fool Enjoy Your Festivals If You Want To Earth Then Stop Bursting Crackers On New Year, Cricket Match Winning Then You Think About Diwali

There Is Also Social Media Impact On This Topic

I See Post On Facebook Which Is Posted By विजय सिंह

Saara air pollution Diwali per hi yaad aata hai, aur saara water pollution holi per. Aur kuch gadhe inki haan me haan milate hai. Inko bolo Eid per bhi kuch bole. waha to inki chalti nahi. gadhe kahi k. Dosto aur mere bhaiyo celebrate your festivals with full masti baaki environment k baare me soochne k liye humare paas 363 days hai(Except holi and diwali).They have nothing to do with pollution they just want to distract you from celebration your big festivals. warna saal k baaki din kaha mar jate hai ye kameene. inki gadho ki haan me haan milane se pehle just imagine diwali without sounds of crackers and holi without getting wet in water colors and pichkari.