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Diwali or Dipawali is one of the most-awaited and auspicious festivals of India. This festival of lights celebrates the victory of good over evil, light over darkness, and knowledge over ignorance.  Lamps and Diyas are lit on this day not just to decorate homes but conveys a profound truth- when the darkness within is dispelled through the light of wisdom; the good in us wins over the evil. Diwali usually lasts for five days and celebrated between mid-October and mid-November. The five days of Diwali are as follows:

 

  1. Dhanteras- Devotees worship Lakshmi-Goddess of wealth and Kuber- treasurer of Gods. People buy gold and silver utensils or ornaments as these are considered to bring prosperity and wealth in the future.
  2. Chhoti Diwali or Naraka Chaturdarshi- On this day, Lord Krishna's wife defeated and beheaded Demon king Narakasura. Popular in South where people take bath before sunrise and apply uptan to mark the victory of good over evil.
  3. Badi Diwali or Lakshmi Pujan- Devotees worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi and this is auspicious as Lord Rama returned home from exile after 14years.
  4. Govardhan Puja- This is celebrated to honor Lord Krishna where Gokul people were saved from Lord Indra’s anger by lifting up Govardhan hill. People offer fifty-six bhog(food) to God Krishna.
  5. Bhai dooj – This celebrates unconditional love between brothers and sisters, pray for brothers’ long-lives. It is believed Yam went to his sister,Yami and she welcomed him by preparing a hearty feast and applying tilak on his forehead.

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                                                   Why Diwali is celebrated?

There are many historical reasons for celebrating Diwali. Returning of Lord Rama from exile, Goddess Lakshimi’s birthday, Krishna killed Narkasura, Vishnu rescued Lakshmi, returning of Sikh Guru Hargobind Singh from prison, the coronation of King Vikramaditya, and many more.

 

 

                      Unique ways of Celebrating Diwali in different regions of India

We know, India truly defines ‘Unity in Diversity’ where people of different castes, color, religion, and cultures live together and co-operate with each other to live in a single society. The best thing is celebrating Diwali in different ways in different regions of India keeping the essence same i.e celebrating all positive things and the victory of good over evil. Without any second thought, just book cabs and taxis or get car rental service from EAGLE to add more joy and happiness in your day and mood for any place to visit.

 

  1. Varanasi : Varanasi has its unique way of celebrating Diwali which starts 15 days prior to Diwali. They believe that deities visit Earth to take a holy dip in river Ganga, sounds good! Priests perform Ganga aarti and devotees offer flowers, Diyas and prayers to goddess Ganga. As you all know Ganga aarti of Varanasi ghats is so famous that you would love to visit that once in your life.
  2. Himachal Pradesh : Himachal celebrates Diwali as per the Hindu mythology. They narrate and enact in the form of play showing Lord Rama, wife Sita and brother Lakshman returned from exile after 14 years. People of all age groups gather to see that Ramayana play and that looks so fascinating. Even Ramayan plays are done in schools by students depicting Lord Ram and demon Ravan war showing victory of good over evil.
  1. Kolkata : Diwali for Kolkata people is bit different from North Indians. Bengalis worship Goddess, Kali at night in every corner of the city. The aura of that worship is so alluring that you would love to go there in the future as well. They decorate Kali temples and pandals that keep the joy of city. Eagle travel agency provides car rental service and you can book cabs and taxis.
  2. Goa : Goans celebrate Diwali by burning effigies of demon Narkasura who was defeated by Lord Krishna. This is done on Chhoti Diwali and all people worship Krishna all over that place. The major attraction is that talented craftsmen make idol sculpture of Narkasura for the competition and people love to see them.
  3. Amritsar : Golden temple is illuminated with lights and diyas which looks so engaging and entrancing where devotees visit for the grand celebration of Diwali. This is to honor Guru Hargobing Singh and 52 other prisoners came out of prison and celebrate it as Prisoner Liberation day on Diwali.
  4. Gujrat : The ritual remains same as in North India, making big and colourful rangolis to colorful lights and diyas. For Gujratis, Diwali is seen as the beginning of New Year. They worship deities and every street looks beautiful in lights and and diyas. Enjoy full ride by booking Eagle cabs and taxis.

 

On the occasion of Diwali, people share sweets, cakes, gifts and other things and gives best wishes to everyone. Some celebrate bursting different kinds of firecrackers during the festival.Also people keep their hard feelings aside and everyone meet to enjoy the festival to the fullest. This festival enriches brotherhood and friendship; provide them hope, joy and purpose of life. To enjoy more and spend more time, get car rental service from Eagle travel agency.



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