3 Deepavali Facts Before Celebration

Deepavali
Deepavali

 

Deepavali or Diwali is known as the Festival of Lights. This festival is celebrated by Hindus around the world. Here are some facts about Deepavali!

1. Deepavali means rows of lights or lamps

Deepavali is known as the festival of lights because they used oil lamps and electric lights to decorate homes, businesses, and public spaces. As a celebration of the victory of good over evil and light over darkness, light is an important physical and spiritual symbol of this celebration.

2. Hindus are worship in “Mandir”

If Islam prays at Mosques, Christian at churches, then Hindus at Mandirs. During Deepavali, they gather in Mandirs for community celebrations, especially for people that living abroad. They leave offering foods at the altars of different gods and gather for communal meals. And some mandirs usually host fireworks displays.

3. People spend a lot of time getting ready

As similar to the Christmas celebration, they also need some preparations to celebrate it. The families spend some days cleaning and decorate their homes in preparation for this celebration. They also shop for new clothes and outfits to wear in order to celebrate it.

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