Deepavali celebrations ….

Here , in India diwali is celebrated grandiosely , its the most important festival of all. Deepavali , when lord Ram came back conquering over the Ravana the King of Lanka. It is celebrated on the darkest new moon occurring around the month of october – november every . Its a festival of lights when the whole nation lit up Diya’s ( a handmade mud bowl like article ) and lights.

So i had to be home for this festival celebration . Here are some pictures of this wonderful celebration of light . As i am a Maharashtrian , we people make Rangoli , a traditional floor art made by colored Powders. It’s a belief that on the night of divali Goddess Laxmi , Goddess of wealth  arrives . To welcome Goddess laxmi the House is  been cleaned and white washed , the preparation begin prior 15 days. The house is decorated by flowers , lights and rangolis , home made snacks are prepared . New clothes are worn on the evening of divali . People unite and greet each other , they meet share good wishes and snacks among. Its a wonderful festival celebrated throughout the world by Indians . I love this festivals of Light it looks so beautiful looking on the streets all the houses and building Lit up with lights and decorated . The aura of the market is full of positivity and festivities. It feels beautiful. A very Happy divali to all the readers out here , May Goddess Laxmi bless you all with immense wealth as well . 🙂

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