Diwali Festival in India

Basically, this post is tribute to Non-Indian people who are not aware to general myth of Indian culture. India is a land of diverse culture and festival. There are approximately 300 festivals in one year. Diwali is approaching after 15 days. This is one of the major festivals of Hindu and celebrated across whole country. Previous year my blog has not got enough popularity because it is novice at that time. But, now blog has got enough popularity. As owner of blog, it is my personal duty that unveils the fact of Incredible India. Personally, I have wandered many destinations of India and get the rock solid information about own country. I meet to lots of traveler mania and make an interview with them. These traveler manias are bloggers who share real experience to visit India at online Diary.

Why Do We Celebrate Diwali?

Ram was an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and He lived in Ayodhya. His father gave two vows to his youngest wife “Kaikai”. One upon a time, Kaikai asked her vow to king Dashrath and demand exile for Ram. She said that Ram had to go for exile for 14 years. However, she used to love Ram more than her own son Bharat. Hence, Lord Ram kept the order of his mother Kaikai. Raja Darsrath became very sad after hearing the exile of Lord Ram and became ill. Queen Kaikai wanted that Bharat should be king of Ayodhya. But, Bharat did not agree for this and he kept wooden footwear on his throne and waited till completion of 14 years exile. The locales of Ayodhya had lightened clay made lamp to welcome Lord Ram and expressed their happiness by distributing sweets to each other. Galleries of Ayodhya had adorned with light illuminating stuff such as candles and other things.

How Do It Linked To Tradition And Culture Of India?

God is omnipresent. His presence will reflected more if we celebrate particular day with full preparation and devotion. Many foreigners are being pulled to India by its traditions. No other place is as good as India because India is pools of different culture and becomes center of attraction for many tourist lovers.

This festival e.g. Diwali gives message to world- wide –people that we ought to respect our elders and love to our younger. You can see few peoples who always prepare to help needy person leaving the feeling of different creed and caste on the bay. You can see hub of different caste, creed and language as well. So, it feels not a hyperbole that India is land of Diversity with unity.

What Do You Find On This Day?

Literally meaning of Diwali is rows of lamps. So, it is obvious that markets are bombarded with light accessories like candles, light laces that are applied on wall of home and some Led (Light Emitting Diodes) materials that consume less amount of electricity and yield less amount of heat as far as can. Children became curious for this festival. They always enjoy firework and cracked to make a sound in tranquil environment. This festival is also well for food and sweet lovers. Shops are decked with innumerable sort of sweets which may be made from milk, condensed milk and gram flour sweet. Nevertheless, main sweets of festival are roasted paddy and big patterns of sugar candy crafted into toys stuffs. These two sweets are devoted in the worship of Lord Ganesha and Deity Laxmi.

In fact, I am Hindu by birth and never want to miss this festival. So, Leaving out my busy and hectic schedule, I m going to my home-town to celebrate this festival. My family members are waiting for me and some members are preparing tradition sweets for us.

Once Again I want to say you all.

Happy Diwali.

Deepak Patel
Hi, I am Deepak Patel, An Indian travel blogger. Like the name of my blog, I always seek for some thrilling travel experienced, especially in undiscovered places of India. My objective is to show you all the real ancient India which possess lots of historical wealth that we should know about. Whatever, I achieved through my travels, I share with my readers to let them have a better knowledge about the real, untouched natural and historical beauty of the my land India.