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The Story of Diwali by Curious Neerav


The Story of Diwali by Curious Neerav


Hello Everyone My Name is Neerav, I’m 10 years old and I live in Canada


This week millions of people around the world will celebrate the Festival of Lights called Diwali

Diwali is a festival of joy and prosperity, it is a celebration of victory of good over evil.


This festival is celebrated in the memory of Lord Rama who returned to Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile.


I am also super excited because every year I celebrate the Festival of Lights with my parents and friends

During this festival the entire house gets cleaned, and my mum also makes some delicious Indian treats for us and we make Rangoli together.

We also share treats with our neighbours, and. friends, wear new clothes, and pray for peace and prosperity.


So what is Diwali and why it is celebrated?


If you are curious, listen to Curious Neerav's Podcast - Season2, Episode1 - Curious about Diwali. The podcast is on Anchor, Spotify.


https://open.spotify.com/episode/555wBU7SvfkbD6SbgWeRfH?si=a7d447e368ed4931

https://spotifyanchor-web.app.link/e/A7H0SKmndub


Thank you for listening


Wishing all my family and friends a very Happy and Joyous Diwali


Importance Of 5 Days Of Diwali – The Five Days Diwali Festivities

Diwali celebrations go on for five days and each day has its significance.


The beauty of this festival is the unity of five different ideas, each of which takes place in a special thought or ideal every day.


The five days of Diwali start from Dhanteras, Chaturdashi, Diwali, Govardhan Puja, and Bhai Dooj.


1st Day Of Diwali Week – Dhanteras

Dhanteras is the first day of Diwali week, marking the official beginning of the sparkling Diwali festivities.

Dhanteras is a special day,a large number of purchases take place this day, particularly gold, silver and precious stones, ornaments, new clothing and utensils.


2nd Day Of Deepavali – Choti Diwali

Kali Chaudas, or Narak Chaturdashi, is known as the second day of Diwali week. It is just the Choti Diwali; the festival celebrated on the second day of Deepavali

on Choti Diwali, people visit each other to wish ‘a happy, successful Diwali’ and exchange gifts and sweets.


3rd Day Of Diwali Week – Actual Diwali Day

The real Diwali is on the third day of the 5 days of Diwali. It is the day when Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshipped.

People in their homes are lighting diyas and candles, and millions of crackers, crackers and fairy lights are on the street.


4th Day of Diwali Week – Vishwakarma Day After Diwali

The fourth day of the five days of Diwali is when people worship their instruments, arms and equipment, is commonly celebrated as the day of Govardhan Puja and the day of Vishwakarma. Therefore, most or all businesses remain closed on this day. Also named Annakut this day.

5th Day of Diwali Week – Bhai Dooj

The fifth of the 5 days of Diwali is celebrated as the Bhai Dooj

The brothers visit their sisters and their children to inquire about their wellbeing, and sisters prepare sweets as a mark of love for their brothers.


The five days of Diwali festivities come to an end on this day.



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