Today Friends we are going to share some Happy Diwali Images, Quotes, and Messages to send to your beloved ones. Now in 2017 we are going to celebrate Diwali on October 19, 2017. Diwali is a festival celebrated in India by decorating their houses with diyas, beautiful rangolis and beautifull lighting to express theirs hapiness. Diwali is one of the most popular festival of Hinduism.
Before sharing diwali images we shall know that why do we celebrate this festival.
Diwali festival is celebrated as victory of light over darkness. Hindu’s also remembers Deepavali as day when Lord Shri Rama returned with his wife Sita Mata and brother Lakshman after a 14 years of “Vanvas”. Jain community takes this day as prestigious day and pray Swami Mahaveera. Diwali festival is knowned with various names regionally but celebrated nationwide in India.
The name of festive days are based on the region of India. First day of diwali as per gujaratis is Vaag Baras, second day is Dhanteras, third day is Kali Chaudas, fourth day is Diwali, fifth day is Bestu Varas, sixth day is Bhai Bij, seven day is Labh Pacham and at last eight day is Kartik Poornima.
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Now we shall elobrate the days of the diwali.
Vaag Baras, occurs on Aso vad 12, the 12th dark day of Aso.Vagh Baras (Wagh Baaras) is observed on Dwadasi day in second half of Aso month. In 2017, Vagh Baras date is October 16. This is also known as Govatsa dwadashi and Guru Dwadashi. On this day, cows and calves are worshiped. People clear their account ledgers today and not enter into new transactions using new ledgers only after Labh Panchm.
Vaag Baras is repeatedly mispronounced as Vaagh Baras. “Vaagh” also means “Tiger” in Gujarati. It is thus celebrated with references to tigers. The tiger chases the cattle. Finally, at the end of the sport, the village inhabitants eat food together at a common place and celebrate.
On Vagh Baraas, cow and calf are also worshipped. This vrat is known as Nandini Vrat. In Dhodia tribal villages in Gujarat, this festival is celebrated in great fashion. They celebrate the fest as a sport chasing one another. The person who dressed like tiger chases the person dressed as cow.
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Dhanteras is the first day of the Indian Diwali Festival. Dhantrayodashi which is also known as Dhanteras is the first day of five days long Diwali festivities. It is celebrated on the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksha in the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar month of Ashwin. Now in 2017 it is on 17 October.
On the day of Dhantrayodashi, Goddess Lakshmi came out of the ocean during the churning of the Milky Sea. Hence, Goddess Lakshmi, along with Lord Kubera who is the God of wealth, is worshipped on the auspicious day of Trayodashi. However, Lakshmi Puja on Amavasya after two days of Dhantrayodashi is considered more significant.
Lakshmi Puja on Dhanteras or Dhantrayodashi should be done during Pradosh Kaal which starts after sunset and approximately lasts for 2 hours and 24 minutes. Dhanvantari is worshipped on the occasion of Dhanvantari Trayodashi. Dhanvantari is considered to be the teacher of all physicians and the originator of Ayurveda.
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The second day of Diwali week is called the Kali Chaudas or Narak Chaturdasi. In some parts of India, it is simply the Choti Diwali, the day before Diwali.
On this day Lord Krishna is known to have destroyed the demon Narakasur, freeing the world from fear.On this day, it is believed that one should massage the body with oil to relieve it of tiredness, bathe and rest, so that Diwali can be celebarated with vigour and devotion.It is also believed that one should not light diyas or step out on this day, and rather stay at home and relax.
However, in modern times, on Choti Deepwali, people go to each other’s homes to wish ‘a Happy and Prosperous Diwali’ and also exchange gifts and sweets.
Lakshmi Puja is a Hindu religious festival that falls on Amavasya of Krishna Paksha in the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar month of Ashwin, the third day of Tihar or Deepawali.
According to legend, Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and Vishnu’s wife, visits her devotees and bestows gifts and blessings upon each of them. To welcome the Goddess, devotees clean their houses, decorate them with finery and lights, and prepare sweet treats and delicacies as offerings.
Devotees believe the happier Lakshmi is with the visit, the more she blesses the family with health and wealth.