Deepavali or Diwali, the festival of lights has no religious boundary to celebrate it. Though it is a Hindu festival but nowadays, people of all the religions celebrate this festival. It has not merely remained a national festival of India but has also crossed all the physical boundaries of the country and spread far and wide globally wherever people of Indian origin have settled.
Some section of the society observes Deepavali as two days festival and for some it is a three day festival. It starts with the Dhan-Teras, on the 13 day followed by Narak Chaudas (the 14th day) and by Deepavali on the 15th day of the dark half (Krishna Paksha) of “Kartik” (October-November) month.
There are various origins attributed to this festival. Some part of India celebrates it as the marriage of Goddess Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu. In Bengal, the festival is dedicated to the…
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