Diwali is celebrated across India as a national festival.. Deepawali is not just a national festival and an official holiday across the country but it symbolizes the victory of truth over evil. Whether Hinduism, Sikhism, Jainism or Buddhism, Deepawali has a special spiritual significance in every religion and is celebrated across the country with great enthusiasm. In Hinduism, it is believed that on this day shri Rama, the king of Ayodhya returned home with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman after 14 years of exile.

Deepawali Festival Celebrations

Deepawali "Deep(diya) +awali (row)" actually means "rows of lamps" and is celebrated by lighting diwali diyas which shows triumph of truth and good over evil within an individual. On the occasion of Deepawali people give gifts to their friends, relatives and dear ones and wish them a very Happy Diwali. Deepawali is known to be a festival of lights and brings the awareness of the inner light.Deepawali celebrations include fireworks, lights, flowers, sharing sweets, and worshipping.

As per Hindu calendar, Diwali celebrations are spread over five days and each day has a specific name and importance as mentioned in traditional Hindu calendar. Specially in north India People worship "Lakshmi", the Goddess of wealth and "Ganesh", the God of auspicious beginning and then light lamps and diwali diyas across the streets and around the homes to welcome prosperity, wellbeing and positivity. Children fire crackers and enjoy a lot. People present delicious sweets as Diwali gifts to near and dear ones so as to add happiness and sweetness in their lives.Deepawali celebrates compassion, love and awareness of the oneness of all things which brings joy and peace for all.

Happy Diwali 2015 Celebration Date

Much loved festival of the year, Diwali is arriving again with same zeal and fanaticism along with bringing the affluence and luck to the people. Preparation of diwali 2015 might be on sky as everyone seems to be caught up in the arrangement for the festival of diyas. Principally, Diwali connotes the victory over darkness, evil and rebirth the life with light and goodness. Ours article is effectively helpful in finding the answer for when is diwali in 2015 with exact dates.

Accordingly, diwali celebration 2015 will be taken place on Wednesday, 11th November and continued to two days with displaying fireworks, firecrackers and glittering of lamps. The evening is started with offering prays to Goddess Laxmi and God Ganesha and also offered varied sweets and Prasad. The happy diwali 2015 begins two days before with Dhanteras, on which day deity Laxmi is prayed.

As the festival is on 11th November, you may have planned for many activities to rejoice and cheer this auspicious day with family and loved ones. In our Diwali section, one could discover newest ideas for happy diwali celebration and make the festival of light overjoyed and sanctioned. Come and make merry intense, radiance and implausible Diwali Festival.