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Deepavali is a huge festival in India. On this festival, the whole country flashes with light and glow.
Also known as the festival of lights but this sparkling festival unites the whole of India.
So Diwali celebrations involve great excitement and grandeur, and the festival symbolizes the victory of good over evil.
When translated from Sanskrit, Diwali means a row of lights. Dipawali is made of “Deepa”
which means clay lamps and “vali” means row.
The light of Diwali protects us from darkness and flashes in our country.
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Hindus celebrate Diwali for five days and each day holds a lot of significance. According to Hindu mythology,
5 days festival Diwali
Dhanteras is the first day of Diwali and it marks the beginning of the new financial year for Hindus.
“Chhoti Diwali”, the next day is remembered as the day Lord Krishna gained victory over king Naraka.
The third day is the primary day of Diwali. This day worship of Goddess Laxmi.
Govardhan Puja is held on the fourth day to celebrate the victory of Lord Vishnu over king Bali as well as the conquest of Lord Krishna over God Indra.
Bhai Dooj is the fifth day of Diwali that celebrates the love of brothers and sisters.
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