HAPPY DEEPAVALI 2020


HAPPY DEEPAVALI 2020 | Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is one of the most popular Hindu festivals celebrated with great pomp and grandeur across India as well as several parts of the world. The word "Deepavali" consists of two words. "Deep" means light and "vali" means "a row". Thereby, "Deepavali" means "a row of lights".

Popular as the "Festival of Lights", Deepavali signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. The country comes alive with the chiming of bells in temples and homes, the sparkle of oil lamps and fairy lights. People decorate homes with flower garlands and elaborate rangoli patterns.

Decorative lights and diyas (oil lamps) form the main part of the festivities. Lamps and lanterns are lit to remove darkness and bring in light and positivity.

Diwali mainly occurs during late October or early November. It is important to know that Deepavali falls on the 15th day of the Hindu month of Kartik. The exact date of Deepavali, hence, varies every year. The festival has its origins in ancient India and there are many stories behind the celebration of Diwali.

During Deepavali, worshippers pray to Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and Ganesha, the god of good fortune. Many people believe that Diwali is the occasion of Lord Vishnu marrying the goddess of wealth, Lakshmi. People in West Bengal worship Goddess Kali on this day.

Ancient Hindu tradition commemorates Deepavali as the return of Lord Rama, his wife Sita and brother Lakshman to Ayodhya, ending a fourteen-year long exile. Overjoyed, his subjects lit the entire kingdom with earthen diyas and burst crackers.


Happy Deepavali 2020

Wish you a joyous and prosperous Diwali! Rejoice on this blessed occasion and spread sparkles of peace and goodwill. Have a Happy Diwali! Hope the festival of lights brings your way bright sparkles of peace, contentment, joy, and happiness which stays with you throughout this year and also in the years to come.


P/S: Happy Deepavali buat semua pembaca blog @akusislin yang beragama Hindu ❤

4 comments:

  1. happy diwali and happy holidays!

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    1. Happy happy jugaa Atie.. rehat sambil makan putumayam hehehe

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  2. ko mesti menari bollywood sepanjang hari kan hari tu?

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    1. Bukan takat menari je oii, siap layan cite tamil sepanjang hari sambil karaoke..hahahaha

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