Essay On Deepavali Independent Reading Book Report

The festival of Diwali is all about new clothes, lights, forgiveness and bringing new hope to life.

Where people are worshipping their arms, machinery and every instrument related to business, to bring prosperity to their business.On the day of Deepawali, people put on their best clothes and exchange greetings, gifts and sweets with their friends and family.At night, buildings are illuminated with earthen lamps, candle-sticks and electric bulbs.According to a national report, on the day of Dhanteras India ranks first in the purchase of gold and the sales cross the amount of 33,000 crore Rupees.The second day of Diwali is Roop chaudas also known as “Soundarya siddhi diwas”, on this day an individual should take bath from the uptan followed by a ritual of performing sadhna which is to gain beauty and magnetism.To lighten up their house they even use with varied and designed lights.Diwali is to celebrate the end of long 14 years of vanwas ( excile ) of Lord Ram, when he comes back to ayodhya after winning the war against Ravan and rescuing Goddess Sita.Deepawali is celebrated and is a public holiday in countries such as Nepal, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius, Fiji, Suriname, Guyana, Trinidad and Tobago.It is also a school holiday in many states of the United States with a large Hindu population.So this five long day celebration ends with everyone uniting and forgiving for all old grudges and fights.This festival of lights not only lights your house but also bring light to your life.

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