Diwali 2019: Know the method of worship and the story of this festival

Diwali 2019: Know the method of worship and the story of this festival

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Diwali is the main festival of Hinduism. Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated on the day of Kartik Amavasya. Diwali is also known as Deepawali. It is believed that on this night, decorated with lamps, Lakshmi ji goes out to visit and share happiness with their devotees. The main story behind celebrating Diwali is related to Lord Shri Rama in the form of Vishnu.

When will Diwali be celebrated this time?

This year Diwali will be celebrated on 27 October 2019. In the year 2019, Narak Chaturdashi / Chhoti Diwali will be celebrated on October 26 October 2019.

What is the significance of Diwali?

Diwali means festival of light. Each of you is a light in itself. The Diwali festival is celebrated all over India, Nepal, Singapore, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, Mauritius. People offer Diwali good wishes to each other and distribute sweets. At the time of Diwali, we forget all the miseries of the past.

What is the story behind the Diwali festival?

It is believed that when Lord Ram reached Ayodhya, the entire city was welcomed by burning thousands of diya.

The entire Ayodhya was decorated with flowers and beautiful Rangoli.

Since then, Diwali has been called the festival of lights. People decorate with oil lamps to welcome Lord Rama to their homes. That is why this Diwali festival is also called ‘Deepawali’. The tradition of oil lamps symbolizes the victory of good over evil. People welcome Goddess Lakshmi by drawing beautiful Rangoli at the entrance of their homes. To celebrate the festival of Diwali, people distribute sweets and fruits to friends, relatives and neighbors.

What is Puja Vidhi on Diwali festival?

In most of the houses, Lakshmi-Ganesh Ji is worshiped on the day of Diwali. According to Hindu belief, Lakshmi Ji visits the earth on the new moon night and blesses the people with glory. There is no mention of worshiping Ganesha on Diwali, but without his worship, every worship is considered incomplete. Hence Vighnaharta Shri Ganesh Ji is also worshiped along with Lakshmi Ji.

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