Thursday, 4 August 2016

About Diwali festival: How Diwali 2016 Different from Previous Years

Posted by Prashu Bhat
Diwali is one of the biggest and brightest Hindu festival of world. It is festival of light. All Hindu celebrate Diwali according to their religious views. In India millions of Hindus waiting Diwali 2016 festival from long time. Here we provide all details about Diwali and others. This year Diwali falls on Sunday, October30, 2016. Each of the four days in the festival of Diwali is separated by a different tradition and all people celebrated the enjoyment and goodness.

About Happy Diwali 2016:

We know that India is one of the largest populated country of the world. Most of people belongs to Hindu community. We know that you visiting this page for knowing more about Diwali festival. So here we gave all details about the Diwali festal 2016. Through this post you can able to see Happy Diwali Images, Diwali Wishes 2016, Diwali Quotes, Happy Diwali Messages and SMS.The story of Deepawali significance of the victory of good over evil. Each year Deepawali comes with lights that illuminate our homes and hearts, that is the simple truth finds new reason and hope. During Diwali, lights illuminate every corner of India even poor to poor person and the scent of incense sticks hangs in the air, mingled with the sounds of fire-crackers, joy, togetherness and hope.

10 Reasons to celebrate Diwali:

If you wish to celebrate Diwali but confused about the reason then you visit the right page. Through this page we explained all reasons behind the celebrations of Diwali. One by one we we defined all reasons.

1. The Return of the Pandavas:
2.Goddess Lakshmis Birthday
3.The Victory of Rama
4.Special Day for the Arya Samaj
5.The Popes Diwali Speech
6.Special Day for the Sikhs
7. Special Day for the Jains
8.Coronation of Vikramadity
9.Krishna Killed Narakaasur
10.Vishnu Rescued Lakshmi

The Origin Of Diwali Festival:

The exact origin of Diwali is not confirmed year but it is believed that the festival celebrated from ancient India. In West Bengal, People worship Mata Kali in Diwali festival.