Reteesh Kumar Raman

Reteesh Kumar Raman

Reteesh Kumar Raman
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‘Amavasya’, when the Lord came back with his victory party. The entire city of Ayodhya was lit up with these diyas to signify the victory of good over evil and to welcome their beloved king who was returning after 14 long years of exile. As hundreds of thousands of diyas lit up every lane and house of Ayodhya, darkness vanished and with arrival of Rama, it was as if the Sun had risen at night.

‘Amavasya’, when the Lord came back with his victory party. The entire city of Ayodhya was lit up with these diyas to signify the victory of good over evil and to welcome their beloved king who was returning after 14 long years of exile. As hundreds of thousands of diyas lit up every lane and house of Ayodhya, darkness vanished and with arrival of Rama, it was as if the Sun had risen at night.

Diwali is an important festival in not just Hinduism but also Jainism, and Sikhism.

Diwali is an important festival in not just Hinduism but also Jainism, and Sikhism.

The word “Diwali” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Deepavali” meaning “row of lights”. While Diwali is popularly known as the “festival of lights”, the spiritual take is “the awareness of the inner light”. The celebration is “victory of good over evil”. It refers to the light of higher knowledge. On main Diwali day, goddess of wealth, Lakshmi (Laxmi) is worshipped, hence this is festival where people show their richness and offer prayers to goddess Lakshmi to bring prosperity in their…

The word “Diwali” is derived from the Sanskrit word “Deepavali” meaning “row of lights”. While Diwali is popularly known as the “festival of lights”, the spiritual take is “the awareness of the inner light”. The celebration is “victory of good over evil”. It refers to the light of higher knowledge. On main Diwali day, goddess of wealth, Lakshmi (Laxmi) is worshipped, hence this is festival where people show their richness and offer prayers to goddess Lakshmi to bring prosperity in their…

Diwali - Hindu Festival of Lights, occurs between the months of October and November. Not only celebrated in India but Worldwide. Pray to God to remove evil (darkness) and provide enlightenment of Hindu knowledge (Lightness)

Diwali - Hindu Festival of Lights, occurs between the months of October and November. Not only celebrated in India but Worldwide. Pray to God to remove evil (darkness) and provide enlightenment of Hindu knowledge (Lightness)