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What happened amazing on diwali 2017, 2016 and 2015? Its significance and puja!

What happened amazing on diwali 2017, 2016 and 2015? Its significance and puja!

Diwali 2017

Major events occurred during Diwali 2017, Diwali 2016 and Diwali 2015. What are its significance and how do we celebrate it?

Diwali or Deepawali is the most significant festival of Indian people and all Indian originated people
living abroad. This is the only time when all the festivals seem close to nothing in comparison. Such
ethnic aroma in the air everywhere make sure you feel it to the fullest. People filled with joy and
extreme sacredness celebrate Diwali by organising social gatherings, get-togethers, giving offerings,
helping decorate their own houses, preparing for the night puja and what not.

We all know and it is believed all over India that when Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya with his wife
Sita and brother Laxman after conquering Lanka and defeating its king Ravan and his army, the
entire city began to celebrate by lighting thousands of lamps, earthen pots, diyas and decorated the
entire city with lots of flowers and mesmerizing Rangolis. Their victory symbolizes victory over
darkness and evil.

At the night people worship Goddess Laxmi and God Ganesh along with God Kuber who is also
known as treasurer of gods. People worship them in order to bring peace and prosperity in their
lives as Diwali symbolizes prosperity and money comes in. People ask for successful businesses and
their work jobs. It contains a feeling of joyfulness which everybody seeks for. Everyone seems
delighted and express their happiness by distributing sweets and gifts to neighbours, relatives and
surrounding workers.

Let us see some important dates on which Diwali 2017, Diwali 2016 and Diwali 2015 occurred.

Diwali 2017

Dates of important occasions on Diwali 2017:
Dates of important occasions on Diwali 2016:
Dates of important occasions on Diwali 2015:
Its a five day continuous fest which makes it the most amazing week of the year. People begin
preparations and manage to do everything precisely to comfort themselves on the day.

The week usually starts by a day before Dhanteras to plan everything accurately and on the
Dhanteras people buy new items mainly jewelleries and gold or silver items as it is being said that
newly bought items mainly in the form of jewelleries or utensils of gold bring prosperity and good
luck in the family and strengthen the family bond which is followed by choti diwali on which Lord
Hanuman ji is worshipped and Rangolis are made at the entrance of main gate of houses and also in
the preparation of next day.
Then it is followed by Badi Diwali which is known to everyone including laxmi pooja, burning
crackers, distributing sweets and sharing of gifts etc. On the fourth day comes the Govardhan pooja
which is celebrated to worship Lord Krishna. On this day people in every household make his
lookalike structure on the clean floor and make his appearance look wonderful which is followed by
certain ritualistic steps of worshiping. Then comes the Bhai dooj which is every sister’s day. It is said that on this day the god of death and son of the sun came to meet her sister Yamuna and she marked a teeka on his forehead. After that Yamraj declared that whoever gone to their sister to meet and let her apply tilak on his forehead on this day will get good luck and a prosperous year ahead. So this is the day when they worship their brothers by doing certain ceremonies including doing teeka on their brother’s forehead and give them blessings and ask for lifelong protection and pray for goodwill of each other and at last share deliciously cooked food and sweets and gifts and exchange to each other.

Now let us take a sharp look at the most traditional Activities done at the time or during the


Since it is also a good luck to buy something new during the festival, taking advantage of that we
keep hopping all day around the corner. People usually buy traditional clothes and household items
including wood furniture and lighting materials are must in the category. It also includes buying
jewelleries and utensils of gold and silver.


One of the most important and effective way to feel positive and being calm is to have such place
with soothes your mind and body. Yes, cleaning the entire house before the festival helps us feel
more positive and spiritual and it makes the house more sacred and clean to practice rituals on the
very day of Diwali. One of the reason to do so is the belief that Goddess Laxmi graces and steps in
the house which is clean and sacred so people throw away old items and buy new or refurbished
ones to give their houses a cleaner look.


It is more convenient and time saving to buy sweets from shops in the market but as home ladies
will never leave the pleasure to do such activities through their hands. So they buy all the basic
materials and prepare the sweets from scratch which includes Boondi ke laddu, besan ke laddu, kaju
katli, badam halva and more as you i will keep on writing.


The days are for preparations and the nights are for worshiping. On the night of choti diwali lord
Hanuman ji are worshipped and on the main night of Diwali Lord Ganesh and Goddess Laxmi ji are
worshipped as they are to be and it leads to good life ahead full of happiness and prosperity.


People arrange get-togethers and organise parties for loved ones, relatives, neighbours and friends.
Everyone participates and enjoy to the fullest without worrying about anything. And it ends up by
sharing gifts and distributing homemade sweets to people all around.
Apart from these there are also some age old traditions to make rangolis with beautiful and vibrant
colours using sooji powder, rices, wheat flour or it could be anything decorative and usually burning
of fire crackers in the name of show off. I think rangolis are a good way to celebrate festival as it is
very peaceful and fascinating not like burning crackers which leads to so much of noise and air
pollution everywhere.

Now let us take a look at the major events occurred on the Diwali 2017 at the international basis.

1. Singapore celebrated the festival with custom Diwali theme.

It is one of our closest nation in Asia which we have close ties with. We stand together for each other and respect our cultural and moral sentiments without hurting anyone’s policies. In one of the Facebook post, the Land Transport Authority of Singapore quoted as saying, “Celebrate the Festival of Lights with your own unique Deepavali commute this year! Our #Deepavali themed trains and station are back with a different but equally stunning decoration – featuring majestic elephants and
rangoli motifs that symbolise luck ✨ From now till end Oct, the themed trains will run on the North
East Line (#NEL) and Downtown Line (#DTL).”
They continued the tradition they started on Diwali 2016 and will let it continued his year also, i

2. Delhi fire department received over 200 calls on Diwali.

The fire department of the capital received over 200 calls to control fire spreading due to negligence,
carelessness and over bursting of fire crackers. The SC said the number of incidents are declined
from the previous year on Diwali 2016 due to their ban on transportation and illegal selling of fire
crackers quoting the number on Diwali 2016 as 300. Its very problematic for people to breathe in
such air and live under those conditions.


Mr. Narendra Modi visited Bandipora district along LINE OF CONTROL in Jammu and Kashmir with the troops posted in the area. He has been celebrating Diwali in the remotest places of India where Indian Soldiers are placed.

Friday, September 21, 2018

36 Happy Diwali Images that will brighten your soul | Happy Diwali 2018

Hello everyone! Happy Diwali to all of you and your family who are reading this. So, here we got a collection of High Quality HD images related to happy diwali, diwali 2017, diwali 2016, diwali images, diwali wishes,  deepavali, happy diwali images, happy diwali wishes etc.

On this lovely and happiest occasion of Diwali we are here to provide you guys with quality diwali images related to every ceremony performed throughout the day.
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1. This illustration shows how two girls are celebrating heartly in their house which is decorated completely with lanterns on the ceiling and candlles all over on the floor lightening everywhere, dancing cheerfully and sparkling the sparkle sticks.

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2. This looks very beautiful and see how fascinated it is. Happy diwali is written on it with a rangoli.

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3. Three diyas are lightening up here with different fancy backgrounds behind all of them.

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 6. This one looks very satisfying and delighted.

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7.  A single diya is lightening blissfully.

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8. A single diya burning and is placed over a beautiful but slightly hidden rangoli.

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 9. This diya is very colorfully designed and it looks enough ravishing to please anyone.

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10.  Another picture with very vibrant illustration.

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11. This one also has vibrating look.
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12. This picture clearly visualises the day and show people proceed with worshiping. In this picture you can see a beautiful lady worshiping God ganesha and Goddess laxmi with all the important ritualistic things placed nearby. People wear ethnic clothes on this day and decorate their homes cheerfully.

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13. This picture shows a couple wearing their traditional clothes on the day of Diwali and celebrating merrily and enjoying while holding burning sparklers in their hands.

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14. The festival of Diwali brings happiness and joy everywhere with some folks having profits in business or someone getting festival bonuses. People usually buy new clothes and enjoy visiting places.

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15. You can see how careful parents are when their children want to burn crackers or sparklers. They usually ask not to burn too much crackers but children become excited and want to see it more.

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16. This one shows a cute girl holding her hands in the state of doing namaste.

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17. This picture shows parents of a child gifting him something. People gift each other various things and found it overwhelming to receive also. It is a state of happiness that varies according to people and shows satisfying state of mind.

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18.  This image shows a family preparing for everything before heading to people gifting each other. These gifts pack may contain groceries, utensils pack, crockery set, sweets etc.

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19. You can see in this picture a women posing while holding a pooja thali wearing ethnic sari and smiling.

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20. A bowl containing boondi ke laddu made with pure ghee and lots of love.

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21. Another bowl containing one of the very famous sweets in India, gulab jamun with its sweet juice pouring all over it.

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22. One more bowl containing sweets with the sweet juice pouring all over it while serving.

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24. A bowl containing lots of sweets and two diyas placed nearby.

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25. Lord Ganesha sitting and with three diyas burning infront of him in his respect.

26. This pictre clearly states a thali of pooja arranged according to the the way worshipping is done in India. It usually contains a deepak, roli, rices along with some flowers for fragrances.

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27. We can clearly see statues of Lord Ganesh and Goddess Laxmi sitting in way to give blessings to people who worship them with full faith and complete conviction.

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28. A picture consists of some fire crackers.

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29. Another picture which contains some big crackers which make very loud noise upon bursting.

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30. This one contains sparkling light candles which actually make fiss sound and spread lightness across one of its end.

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31. This one has a diary and some other preparatory materials through which worshiping is done.

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    Monday, September 10, 2018

    Happy Diwali | Happy Diwali 2018: Wishes, Quotes, Images, WhatsApp messages and Facebook greetings

    Hello guys! Happy Diwali !!! Welcome to our website. This site is solely dedicated to the most celebrated and happening festival in India and has a worldwide following. So, today we will try to cover as much important information as possible about the festival which leads so many families to prosperity and happiness each year with its arrival.

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    What is Diwali or Deepawali ?

    Our brothers and sisters who are born to Indian parents need nothing to know anything more about this festival since we are born and brought up in the most secular country, India. People of any religion, cast, community, race, ethnicity, groups even Maoists and Naxalites are aware of the origin and process of celebrating Diwali. To celebrate it or not is their choice but people here are so supportive that when it comes to celebrating festivals they, irrespective of their religions, come forward and respect each other. If you aren’t aware about it and are curious to know then here you go.

    Diwali or Deepawali is a festival of lights. Every year it arrives in the month of October or November. Every household people in India starts cleaning and renovating their homes to make it more aesthetic so that they can practice rituals on the very occasion of Diwali. In broad meaning we can say it is festivals of light which lights up the whole sky with its chromatic, prismatic and most variegated sight which makes everyone blissful. But it cannot be just explained so easily. The festival of Diwali has a wonderful and very superior religious story and we will try to explain it in the best way possible.

    Diwali is a festival of Hindus, one of the four major religions in India. Millions of year ago there was a very well known king Dasrath who was very respected and loved by his country people. He got four sons from his three wives named Ram, Bharat, Laxman and Satrughan. Ram being the avatar  of Lord Vishnu is known as lord Ram. They all four were very wise and had the abilities to do the impossible. So they were taught by one of the most sharp, brilliant and exceptional rishi muni and then after getting the exceptional teaching they were all ready to rule the country. Meanwhile Ram got married to Sita, daughter of king Janak. Since the Ram was eldest among four he was going to be the next king. But one of his stepmother lured him into spending a large part of his life into Forests and got him exiled in order to let his own son sit on the throne, taking advantage of the promise, king Dasrath made to her once when she saved his life.

    happy diwaliSo, Ram was all set to start his journey accompanied by his wife and brother Laxman. On one of the struggling days in their lives living in forest, Sita got kidnapped by another king Ravan, an influential, rugged, mighty and significant king ruling the world with his extraordinary powers. So, the journey filled with struggle of Ram and Laxman along with their supporters and one of the avatar of Lord Shiva, Lord Hanumana who helped them unconditionally began. At the last, after years of fighting with each other Ram killed Ravan  and freed Sita. When they got home back after conquering Lanka, all their country people celebrated their victory by lighting up their houses with diyas, candles and lanterns, illuminating every way and cheering them unconditionally with all love and support.

    Their victory is celebrated as the festival of Diwali. This victory holds very important value in the Hindu religion and among all Indians because it also represents victory of truth over lie, light over darkness, good over evil. That’s one of the reasons why it is celebrated with such chaos and happiness all over.

    happy diwaliTherefore when this festival arrives, celebrations just become the way of life. Social gatherings happen a lot during this time. People gifts each other, to their neighbour hoods, relatives, people working staff in their surroundings and all their known-beings with extreme happiness. Wherever you go, you get filled with aroma of your surroundings to the soul. So much of positive energy, positive people spreading happiness and love, glaring each and every house in your way amazingly decorated. It just makes your week. It’s unending. You can only feel it when you are in amidst of it.

    But do your ever knew there are also other reasons why people celebrate this festival. Let’s see all the reasons to celebrate Diwali: 

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    1.   Return of Lord Ram with Sita and Laxman.

    Everyone knows it that when lord Rama returned Ayodhya with his wife Sita and brother Laxman after defeating king Ravan and winning over Lanka, all the citizens of Ayodhya celebrated and cheered lighting up the whole kingdom and getting their ruler.

     2.    When Lord Krishna killed Narakaasur.
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    In Tamil Nadu, it is believed or may be in other parts of the country as well that long years ago a devil named Narakaasur had caught around 16,000 women in prison. Lord Krishna killed him and liberated all of them. From that day, they celebrate this festival a day before Diwali on Narak Chaturdasi. In Goa, people burn paper clone of this devil with full excitement.

    happy diwali 3.       Birth and Marriage of goddess Laxmi (goddess of wealth).

    Also on this day, goddess Laxmi took birth as a result of Samudra Manthan between Devtas and Asuras. On the same day next year, she got married to lord Vishnu and hence bhakts celebrate it by lighting up their surroundings.

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    4.       Kali pujan on the very same day of Diwali.

    On this very same day, bengalis celebrate it by worshipping goddess Kali on the night of new moon in the month of karthik . This is of very significance to all living in Bengal as it only comes second to enormously celebrated Durga pujan.

    happy diwali5.       Jain lord Mahavir attended nirvana and his anniversary

    This day is celebrated as the death anniversary of Jain lord Mahavir who attended nirvana. Recently, jain monk Tarun Sagar ji maharaj took ‘santhara’ or ‘sallekhana’ which is fast unto death as he was getting treatment for several health problems and his health was very critical. He passed away in New Delhi.

    Source of other reasons to celebrate diwali : WeAreHolidays

    Do you people know how to do Diwali pujan at home?

    The day of diwali occurs on Amavasya and all people do Laxmi and Ganesh pujan at their homes and took blessing for the great year ahead full of life and happiness.
    As per tradition goes preparation of puja starts early day or a day before, arranging all the required materials and puja samagri. As the early day is spent cleaning and decorating home. The evening is all about placing each and everything on its right place to start performing the ritual on time. There is also a subh muhurat to perform puja but as it changes according to time. The priest should be able to give correct timing. Along with Laxmi and Ganesh pujan people also worship lord Kuber, the treasurer of all gods. For this they usually worship locker or safe which they used to keep their money and golds.

    What you folks do on this occasion, i mean other than puja and fire crackers. Let us find out what can we do all this week.

    1.       Gift each other and relatives gift packs or sweets as mostly people do.
    2.       Meet old friends and hangout with them nostalgic about time you spent together and making memories for later.
    3.       Buy vehicles, furniture, electronics and of course jewelleries! Yes there is NO other time you will ever get for amazing and mouth-watering deals with fantastic offers to look after.
    4.        Arrange a city tour. This may be come out as very thing to do as you will get to witness how astonishing localities look when decorated. The streets, Malls, Super markets and everything just looks mesmerizing. You will get aroma of happiness all over and of course food and sweets everywhere.
    5.        Do your own research for point 5th. I am going for lunch.

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    WhatsApp & Facebook Status and Messages (sources)

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    • Let the light of the lamps brighten your life. And give you the success and guidance to walk towards your dreams undefeated. Wishing you a prosperous Happy Diwali 2018 !!!

    • Another year will be over, another year will come. I hope and pray that the lights of Diwali always illuminate the new chapter of your life. Happy Diwali 2018 !!!

    • With the gleam of lights and echoes of prayers. With the sweetness of sweets and fireworks glare. Wishing you a blissful Diwali.
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    • Light A Lamp Of Love!
      Blast A Chain Of Sorrow!
      Shoot A Rocket Of Prosperity!
      Fire A Flowerpot Of Happiness!
      Wish U And Your Family Sparkling Diwali

    • Open your doors for Goddess Lakshmi and prosperity. Pray to Ganesha for wisdom and open your minds to good thoughts and feelings. Sending you loads of hugs and goodwill. Wish you a very happy and memorable Diwali to you all!

    • This Diwali, may you be blessed with Good Fortune - As long as Ganeshji's trunk. Wealth and Prosperity - As big as his stomach. Happiness - As sweet as his ladoos. Troubles - As Small As His Mouse. Happy Diwali!

    GREETINGS & Wishes for Happy Diwali 2018  


    When You Can Make Someone Else Smile
    When You Can Be Someone’s Ally
    That’s When You Can Yourself Be Glad
    That’s When You’ll Have A Happy Diwali!
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    May The Beauty Of Deepavali Season
    Fill Your Home With Happiness,
    And May The Coming Year
    Provide You With All
    That Bring You Joy!
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    May The Joy, Cheer,
    Mirth And Merriment
    Of This Divine Festival
    Surround You Forever.
    May The Happiness,
    That This Season Brings
    Brighten Your Life
    And, Hope The Year
    Brings You Luck And
    Fulfills All Your Dearest Dreams!
    Happy Deepawali!
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    Light A Lamp Of Love!
    Blast A Chain Of Sorrow!
    Shoot A Rocket Of Prosperity!
    Fire A Flowerpot Of Happiness!
    Wish U And Your Family Sparkling Diwali

    Messages, Wishes, SMS And Facebook & WhatsApp Greetings for your Friends and Family Members !!! (sources)

    -May the light of the diyas guide you on the way to happiness and success. Happy Diwali to you and your family!

     Good Health
     Long Life
     These are my wishes for you this Diwali.
     Happy Diwali!

    -May the joyous celebration
     Of this divine festival
     Fill your heart with
     Never ending joy and happiness!
     Happy Diwali
    -On Diwali, I want to send you wishes for a year filled with prosperity, health and lots of fun! Hope you have a happy Diwali!

    -A festival full of sweet childhood memories,
     A sky full of lights,
     Mouth full of sweets,
     And heart full of joy.
     Wishing You All A Very Happy Diwali!

    Those who are away and can't be present physically. We are sharing with you the best collection of Diwali Facebook & WhatsApp Status Messages, SMS, Images & Quotes that you can send to your loved ones during this auspicious occasion. (sources)

    -Kya bharosa Mobile ka, Battery ka, Charger ka, Network ka, Balance ka, Life ka, Time ka, Isi liye Advance me, Happy Diwali 2018.

    -Agar aap mujhe Sms nahi kroge toh, Kuch din bad apke ghar main bomb fatega.
    Daro nahi yaar Kuch din ke baad Diwali jo hain, Wish You Happy Diwali in advance.

    -On the auspicious day of Diwali, Wishing you success, Happiness, and Prosperity, Happy Diwali.

    -Happiness is in air Its Deepawali everywhere. Lets show some love and Respect And wish everyone out there Happy Diwali 2018

    -Fortunate is the one who has learned to admire, but not to envy. Good wishes for a peaceful and prosperous Diwali.

    -May the divine light of Diwali spread into your life. Peace, prosperity, happiness and good health. Happy Deepawali !

    -I’m maachis and you’re pataka. Together we come and it will be double dhamaka!!! Happy Diwali.

    -May U all attain the inexhaustible spiritual wealth of the Self.Happy Depavali.

    -Trouble as light as air, love as deep as the ocean. Friends as solid as diamonds, success as bright as gold.

    -On this great day I wish you very wonderful happy diwali and may god help you every time in your life.