Deepavali 2012

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Deepavali also known as Diwali is a celebration, a festival of lights. Deepavali is on Tuesday 13 November in 2012. Deepavali is celebrated by all people across the Country especially Hindus. Deepavali is a Festival Of bringing light over the Darkness. It is celebrated on the 15th day of Kartika Masam, according to the Hindu calendar. Lord Rama return to his kingdom Ayodhya after completing his 14-year exile. Lord Rama killed the demon Ravana so the winning of good over the bad. Deepavali Started Firstly in Lord Rama Period. Goddess Lakshmi Devi is worshipped on Diwali. Deepavali is a combination of two names, Deepa which means lamp and Awali, which means row or line. So the Deepavali is a row of lights.

On the auspicious day of Deepavali People wake up early and do their regular works and wears new clothes. Worships the Lakshmi and offer the sweets, Fruits, Flowers. In Shops people will celebrate Goddess Lakshmi Pooja Grandly. The entire celebration deals on a higher level of the self that is based on one’s inner light and the idea that there is an oneness to all things and this inner light leads to joy and peace. In The Evening light the lamps all over the house and outside, People Celebrates with the Crackers, Fireworks. Hindus believe that on the second day of the festival, which is also called Narak Chaturdasi, Lord Krishna destroyed the Demon Narakasur and liberated the world from a rule of terror from this horrible demon. Diwali celebrations may last for up to five days between 11 to 15.

    11 November 2012: Dhanteras Lakshmi Puja (Dhanvantari Jayanti)

    12 November 2012: Kali Chaudas

    13 November 2012: Narak Chaturdasi, Lakshmi Puja, Amavasya

    14 November 2012: Deepavali Padwa, Bali Pratipada, Abhyanga Snan, Annakut, Kali Puja

    15 November 2012: Bhai Dooj, Yama Dwitiya


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