Diwali 2022, Know its History

Deepawali is also called the festival of lights or Deepotsav.

This festival is celebrated in the memory of Lord Rama who returned to Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile.

Diwali is the most popular and biggest festival of India.

On this occasion Hindu followers light earthen lamps and decorate their homes with Rangoli.

Children are very happy by lighting firecrackers on this festival.

Religious rituals are performed on this occasion among Hindus.

Children, old and young all worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on this day.

On this day Hindus give sweets and gifts to their friends and neighbors.

Public holiday is celebrated in India and people enjoy this festival with great enthusiasm.

It is one of the most beloved and joyous festivals of Hindus, which is also celebrated by people of other religions and sects together.

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