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Deepawali 2022, Let’s know the history, and significance of Deepawali

Deepawali 2022, Let’s know the history and significance of Deepawali

Deepawali 2022, Diwali or Deepawali is one of the most popular and important festivals of Hindus, which is celebrated with great enthusiasm and happiness.

The youth generally love this festival as it brings a lot of happy and joyous moments for everyone. They meet their family, friends, and relatives and share greetings and gifts with their loved ones.

Deepawali 2022, the Diwali festival will be celebrated on October 24, 2022. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped on this day. 

Deepawali 2022, Let's know the history, and significance of Deepawali

Deepawli 2022 puja shubh muhurt

 

On the occasion of Deepawali, worshiping Dhandevi Lakshmi, Ganesh Ji, and Kuber Ji with rituals is considered to be of special importance.

Lakshmi Pujan is considered to be the most fruitful in pradosh kaal. Apart from this, Lakshmi Pujan is especially fruitful in the stable ascendant during Pradosh Kaal.

It is believed that Goddess Lakshmi, pleased with her worship done in the stable ascendant, starts living in the house of the worshiper.

On the occasion of Diwali in the year 2022, Lakshmi Pujan Muhurat on October 24 is from 6:55 pm to 8:16 pm for householders.

The total duration of Lakshmi Pujan Muhurat will be about 01 hour and 20 minutes. 

Deepawali 2022, Let's know the history, and significance of Deepawali

Meaning of Deepawali: 

Diwali is also known as “Deepawali” is one of the holiest festivals of Hindus living in India and around the world.

‘Deepawali’ is made up of two Sanskrit words – Deep + Avali. ‘Deep’ means ‘lamp’ and ‘Avali’ means ‘series’, which means series of lamps or line of lamps.

The festival of Deepawali is celebrated on the new moon day of Kartik month. This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm by people all over the world.

Although it is considered a Hindu festival, people from different communities also celebrate this bright festival with crackers and fireworks.

Diwali 2022, Know its History

Preparations for the Deepawali 2022 festival:

Preparations for the Deepawali festival start several days before Diwali.

Many days before Diwali, people get involved in cleaning and painting their houses because it is believed that in the houses which are clean, Mother Lakshmi sits on the day of Diwali in those houses and provides her blessings and increases happiness and prosperity there.

As Diwali approaches, people start decorating their homes with lamps and various types of lights.

Diwali 2022, Know its History

Importance of firecrackers on Diwali:

Diwali is called the “festival of lights”. People light earthen lamps and decorate their homes with lights of different colors and sizes, which one can be mesmerized to see.

Children love to burn crackers and various types of fireworks such as flowers, rockets, fountains, chakri etc.

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History of Diwali: 

According to Hindu beliefs, on the day of Diwali, Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya with his wife Sita, brother Lakshman and his ardent devotee Hanuman after 14 years of exile, due to the new

moon night, it is quite dark on Diwali day, due to which the whole of Ayodhya was decorated with lamps and flowers on that day so that there is no problem with the arrival of Lord Rama. 

Since then it is celebrated as the festival of lamps and the victory of light over darkness.

On this auspicious occasion, idols of Lord Ganesha, Lakshmi Ji, Ram Ji, etc. are purchased in the markets.

There is a lot of buzz in the markets. People buy new clothes, utensils, sweets, etc. on this occasion.

Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped by Hindus as traders start a new ledger on the festival of Diwali. Also, people believe that this beautiful festival brings wealth, prosperity, and success to all.

People look forward to exchanging gifts with their family, friends, and relatives during the festival of Diwali.

Diwali 2022, Know its History

Festivals celebrated with Deepawali

This festival of Deepawali is about 5 days. Dhanteras is celebrated on the first day of the day. On the day of Dhanteras, people buy metal items such as gold and silver ornaments and take them to their homes.

The second day of Deepawali is celebrated as Naraka Chaturthi. Some people also celebrate this day as Chhoti Diwali.

The third day is the main day of the Deepawali festival. Mahalakshmi and Ganesha are worshiped on this day.

Govardhan Puja is performed on the fourth day of Deepawali because on this day Lord Krishna lifted the Govardhan mountain on one of his fingers to save people from the torrential rain caused by Indra’s anger.

The last day of the festival of Diwali is celebrated as Bhai Dooj.

Diwali 2022, Know its History

conclusion

Deepawali is a festival to remove the darkness inside the self and make the whole world light. Children buy bombs, flowers, and other crackers as per their wishes on this day and enjoy fireworks.

We have to understand that the festival of Deepawali means deep, love and happiness, and prosperity.  In such a situation, firecrackers should be used carefully and in front of your elders.

The festival of Diwali always inspires us to move forward. The festival of Deepawali is a symbol of cultural and social harmony.

Due to this festival, social unity remains among the people even today. Hindi litterateur Gopaldas Neeraj has also said, “The focus is on the burn, so much, the darkness does not remain anywhere on the earth.”

Therefore, efforts should be made to promote love and harmony in Deepawali.

Diwali 2022, Know its History

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