Have you seen the stars twinkling during the night in the sky? You may smile and nod ‘obvious’; but have you seen the stars twinkling on earth? Yes, once in a year, a day comes when India gives competition to the twinkling stars up in the sky with having bright diyas and lamps lightened for the whole night. Every year, the satellites capture the night image of the Diwali day and it makes a sensation over the internet and tends whole world to adore such glittering beauty.
Significance of Diwali
Every Indian festival is somewhere related to Indian mythology. Diwali festival is celebrated every year on the day of Amavashya in Ashwin month as per the Hindu calendar. People take lots of preparations for Diwali celebration with great enthusiasm. Every home in cleaned before thoroughly before Diwali to welcome prosperity in their home. Diwali night, the goddess Kali is offered prayer because of Amavashya and businessmen offer their prayer to Goddess Laxmi and God Ganesha to bring prosperity into their wealth and business. Basically, significance of Diwali is related to bring peace, stability, wealth and prosperity into every home.
Diwali celebration the message of victory of light over darkness
As per the mythological story of Diwali celebration, it is very interesting and incident of Treata Yuga millions of years back. A King Ram who is also considered as an incarnation of Lord Vishnu married to Queen Sita, who is considered as an incarnation of Goddess Laxmi and they witnessed a bad phase of their life because of a demon King Ravaan. King Ram was abandoned from his kingdom for fourteen years, and his public cried over his departure with his wife and during their living in the forest; Ravaan managed to kidnap Queen Sita, and Ram managed to win Sita back from Ravaan by killing him, and after fourteen years he came back to his kingdom Ayodhya with his queen and younger brother. The day when Ram, Sita and Laxman stepped on the land of Ayodhya was celebrated by every man by lighting by Diyas as a gesture of warm welcome to their loved King. From that very day, Diwali is celebrated in India. The Amavashya is known as black moon day, but the lights and diyas lighten up on that very day removes the darkness of Amavashya and spreads a message of ‘victory of light over darkness’.
Festival of lights a festival of joy
As has been a traditional festival, every generation actively participates in making the festival joyful. People offers prayer, does some rituals, decorates the home with rangoli, flowers, lamps, diyas and even burn crackers. The fireworks done on Diwali night is amazing one and it seems like millions of stars rising from the earth vanishes into the sky. Sweets, cuisines and gathering of friends and relatives to enjoy Diwali is absolutely a worthy one to enjoy only in India.
Why choose Diwali tour package?
The prosperity of Diwali is to witness and feel by planning for the Diwali tour package. This month of November is going to celebrate Diwali and give the message of unity again to the whole world. Every city seems to be flooded with white light of lamps and Diyas and this day really gives a pleasure to feel the millions of lights lighting up the sky and making India shine.