Happy Diwali 2017 Wishes Status SMS,Deepavali Messages – India is recognized as “the land of festivities” where each festival is different from the other yet enticing it their own way. From hariyaliteejto Navratri and much more, you won’t be finding a single month passing by with Indians having no festivals to celebrate. When talking about festivals of India, Diwali is looked upon as the biggest of all and is celebrated throughout the country with equal grandeur. Though the celebration style might be differing from region to region but the extent of fun and enthusiasm remain same.
Happy Diwali 2016 Wishes
Diwali, the festival of lights signify “Unity in diversity or rather miscellany in its unique and special way. This festival was first celebrated in Ajodhya to welcome Lord Rama, his wife Sita and brother Laxman when they returned after 14 years of exile. The celebration, however, is not limited to only one day. It is a 5-day long festival starting with dhanteras which are considered by Hindus the most favorable day for financial dealing. Celebration commences with people buying gold and silver jewelry while some also get themselves steel utensils. This is followed by AswayujaBahulaChaturdasi or BhootChaturdasi. According to the legends, actual Diwali celebration starts from this day and ends with KartikaShuddaVijiya. Alike all other days, this day is celebrated for the end of evil power Narakasura by Lord Krishan and his second wifeSatyabama.Happy Diwali 2016 Wishes
On the third day, that is Amavasya , Goddess of wealth Lakshmi is worshipped. Again it is a common belief dictated by the legends that on the first day of the new moon in the month of Kartik, Goddess Lakshmi was incarnated. On the fourth day.e on KartikaSuddhaPadyami, Bali would emerge from the ground or PatalaLoka and start ruling Bhuloka or Earth according to the blessing he received from Lord Vishnu. Thus this day is also known as Bali Padyami. The fifth and the last day is called Yama Dvitiya which is celebrated among Hindus as Bhaidooj. Sisters on this day welcome their brothers home and pray for their wellbeing.
Preparations for Diwali 2016
Diwali is not just all about worshipping GoddesLaxmi, burning firecrackers, and sharing gifts and sweets. Rather as per the traditions, Diwali or Deepavali is all about filling up each corner of your home with lights to keep away the darkness. Apart from these, rangolis too form an important part of Diwali. These are motifs done on the floor and filled with powered color or abir. Moving on with the ingredients required for preparing the thali for Diwali puja, you need roli for the purpose of tilak, ghanti or bell, akshat, kalash filled with water, silver or gold coins, diya for arti, kalava for tying around the wrist, dhoop or agarbatti, camphor, betelleaves, coconut, sandalwood paste and some flowers. Other than these, you need to place a clean area an image of goddess Laxmi, Ganesha and Swatika. If you have a separate room for worshipping, the puja can be done over there. Happy Diwali 2016 Wishes
Wishing you a Happy and Safe Diwali
As the country gears up for Diwali celebration, enjoy these 5 days to the fullest but do make sure that you do not violate the safety norms. Remember your life is always prior to celebration. Do not wear synthetic clothes while burning firecrackers. Also maintain safe distance from the crackers to avoid unforeseen circumstances. A very Happy Diwali to All!