The most comprehensively famed festivals in India are Diwali. Diwali is celebrated with plenty of excitement and cheerfulness. Diwali is generally celebrated in 5 days; People celebrating third day as the major Diwali day. People are celebrating this festival with lightning diyas, or wick lamps to fill up it in their house. People praying god in the evening named Laxmi Puja to get the blessing from God. Diwali gifts, Diwali sweets, Diwali cards are shared between all near and dear ones.
Diwali also known as Deepawali that comes from the Sanskrit word Deepawali - 'Deep' means diyas, in wick lamps and 'Avali', means a row - means a line up of diyas or array of lamps. In Tamil, people calling it as ‘Deepa Ozhi’ that means Light of Wick Lamps. That is why people calling it as Festival of Lights.
The blissful prompted people to treat in extreme shopping binges and gearing up a grand decoration. Decoration would appear unfinished without the happening of Diwali diyas. Diwali is the main festival of Hindus is celebrated with acute enthusiasm and ecstasy. It increases a posse of enjoyment and fervor amongst the folks as they come together with their family, relatives and friends by share out diwali sweets and diwali Greetings, Fire crackers is also an essential piece of Diwali celebrations.
The favorable day is made unforgettable by sharing Happy Diwali cards, gifts and greeting each other and praying Goddess Laxmi for vigorous health, peace and wealth. Diwali gives us a peek into Hindu tradition when Lord Ram came home after helping and banish for fourteen odd years. On the event of his arrival, people of his empire lit up mud lamps usually known as diyas and light up in home.