"Essay on Diwali"
(Essay on Diwali) Diwali is one of the biggest festivals of Hindus which people celebrate with great enthusiasm. Children get a chance to share their joyful experience related to the festival by writing essays on Diwali. Young people love this festival very much as it brings lots of happiness and messages for all. They visit their family, friends and relatives and share greetings and gifts with their loved ones. This festival is enjoyed the most during the night time when Diwali is celebrated.
Essay on Diwali
Meaning of Diwali: Deepawali, also known as Diwali, is one of the most sacred festivals of Hindus. 'Deepavali' is made up of two Sanskrit words – Deep + Avali. 'Deep' means 'lamp' and 'avali' means 'series', which means series of lamps or row of lamps. From which we know that Deepawali is the festival of lamps. The festival of Diwali is celebrated on the new moon day of Kartik month. This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm by the people of all over India. Fireworks and fireworks play a major role in this festival. Which shows how happy the youth are about Diwali.
Preparations for Diwali: Preparations for the Diwali festival start long before Diwali. A week before Diwali, people start cleaning their homes, paint the walls with new colors, this is done because it is a belief in Hinduism that the houses which are clean, in those houses on the day of Diwali. Maa Lakshmi sits/enters and by providing her blessings there increases happiness and prosperity. A day before Diwali, people start decorating their homes with lamps and different types of lights. So that the house looks beautiful and nice.
Significance of Firecrackers in Diwali: Diwali is called the "festival of lamps". People light earthen lamps and decorate their homes with different colors and different types of lights, which one can get mesmerized by. Children love to burst crackers and burn different types of fireworks like sparklers, rockets, fountains, discs etc. Which shows that firecrackers are of great importance in Diwali. The whole country lights up with the sound and light of firecrackers.
History of Diwali: According to Hindu religious texts, it was on the day of Diwali that Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya with Sita, Lakshmana and their devotee Hanuman after 14 years of exile. On the day of Diwali, the whole of Ayodhya was decorated with lamps for Lord Rama so that there would be no problem in the joy of the return of Lord Rama, since then till today it is called the festival of lights and this festival is celebrated on darkness. Celebrated as the victory of light.
On auspicious occasions like Diwali festival, idols of Ganesh ji, Lakshmi ji, Ram Bhagwan etc. are bought in the markets. There is a lot of activity in the markets. People buy new utensils, clothes, sweets etc. on this occasion. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped by Hindus as traders start new Wahi Khata on Diwali. At the same time, people also believe that a festival like Diwali brings wealth, prosperity and success to all. People also exchange gifts with their family, relatives and friends on the day of Diwali festival.
Social evils related to Deepawali
Some anti-social elements such as: liquor, gambling, sorcery and misuse of firecrackers are engaged in spoiling the religious festival like Deepawali. If these things are kept away on the day of festival like Deepawali in the society, then the festival of Diwali will become really auspicious Deepawali.
On the day of Diwali festival, we should eliminate our darkness and light up the whole environment with diyas and light. Young people buy bombs, sparklers and other firecrackers and enjoy the fireworks. As we know that the festival of Deepawali means lamp, love and happiness and prosperity. That's why we should use firecrackers carefully. The festival of Diwali is a symbol of cultural and social harmony. Due to this festival, social unity remains among the people even today. Efforts should be made to promote love and harmony on Diwali.