Happy Bhai Dooj 2015 SMS, Wishes, Wallpapers, Quotes, Messages

Happy Bhai Dooj 2015 SMS, Wishes, Wallpapers, Quotes, Messages : After the occasion of light and all the high-voltage greatness of Diwal. Bhai Dooj comes every year on the fifth and last day of Diwali, which falls on a new moon night. The name ‘Dooj’ means the second day after the new moon, the day of the festival, and ‘Bhai’ means brother. It is a festival celebrated by Hindus of Nepal and India on the last day of the five-day-long Diwali or Tihar festival. This is the second day of the bright fortnight or Shukla Paksha of the Hindu planetary month of Kartika in Nepali Calendar.  On this day, sisters pray for a long and happy life for their brothers, by performing the Tika ceremony. On this day in contrast to Raksha Bandhan, sisters present gifts to their brothers. The majority of Hindu festivals and ceremony put stress on the import of family bonding and relationships. Even if every relationship possess its own values, But the brother-sister relationship is very quite unique and unmatched relationship. On this day sisters pray for their brother by applying a red Tilak of Kumkum, and pray for the long life, peace and prosperity of the brother. This Tilak is a lucky mark put on the forehead of the brothers and an Arati is carrying out. The holy flame of the Diya is a mark of sisterly love that will protect the brother from all evil and obstacles in life. There are seven colors of tika applied on the Forehead. On this festival of Bhai Dooj has no doubt changed its form like use of e-mails, e-greetings, mobile phones, chocolate and beverage hamper. But, the basic significance of Bhai Dooj and the feeling and emotion of Brother and sister behind celebrating this wonderful festival is still the same. The day is named differently in different parts of India, like part of northern India it is known as Bhai Dooj and in the eastern part of India, it is known as Bhai Phonta.

Bhai Dooj is celebrated is most parts of India but is known by different names.

In India Bhai Dooj
In Nepal Bhai Tika
In West Bengal Bhai Potha
Marathi Bhai Beej

Happy Bhai Dooj 2015 SMS

My brodr is my best friend,
U stand by me when I am alone u make feel happy when I am low,
Thanks 4 being 4 me always Dr Brodr…

Happy Bhai Dooj SMS

2 d outside world V ol grow old,
Bt we no each odr as we always were,
V no each odr’s heart,
V live outside d touch of tym…

Bhai Dooj SMS

 

Happy Bhai Dooj 2015 Wishes

Like d luv of Lord Krishna 4 his sister Subhadra,
ol brodr should luv dir sister &
like d blessings of Subhadra 4 his brodr Krishna,
ol sisters should always pray 4 dir Brodrs.
Happy Bhai Dooj

Happy Bhai Dooj Wishes

Like d luv of Lord Krishna 4 his sister Subhadra,
ol brodr should luv dir sister &
like d blessings of Subhadra 4 his brodr Krishna,
ol sisters should always pray 4 dir Brodrs.
Happy Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj Wishes

 

Happy Bhai Dooj 2015 Wallpapers

U know that u are d most precious stone
in d collection of my secret treasure..
Wishing u very Happy Bhai Dooj &
Best of luck 4 every thing.

Happy Bhai Dooj Wallpapers

Like d luv of Lord Krishna 4 his sister Subhadra, ol brodr should luv dir sister and like d blessings of Subhadra 4 his brodr Krishna, ol sisters should always pray 4 dir Brodrs.Happy Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj Wallpapers

 

Happy Bhai Dooj 2015 Quotes

Anodr fresh Bhai Dooj is here . . .
Anodr year to live!
To vanish worry, doubt, and fear,
To luv and laugh and give!

Happy Bhai Dooj Messages

Bhai dooj is festival of prayers from sister to brodr,
brodr’s protection 4 her sister.
May this Bhai dooj,
we ol celebrate it with even more luv &
protection 4 our sisters & brodrs.
Best wishes on this Bhai Dooj!

 Happy Bhai Dooj Quotes

Happy Bhai Dooj 2015 Messages

Dooj is festival of prayers from sister to brodr, brodr’s protection 4 her sister.May this year we ol celebrate it with even more luv and protection 4 our sisters and brodrs. Best wishes on this Bhai Dooj.

Bhai Dooj Messages

Brodrs are like streetlights along d road,
dy don’t make distance any shorter but
dy light up d path and make d walk worthwhile.
Happy Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj Quotes

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Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali 2015 SMS, Wishes, Quotes, Messages, Wallpapers

Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali 2015 SMS, Wishes, Quotes, Messages, Wallpapers : Diwali is a festival, which brings a series of festivals with it. We get a chance to celebrate five festivals together. Narak chaturdashi is the one of the festival which is celebrated on the second day of Diwali celebration. The Narak Chaturdashi, falls on the fourteenth day in the month of Kartik is most popular by the name of Chhoti Diwali. This festival is observed to honor the victory of Lord Krishna over the demon king, Narkasur. On this day Hanuman reached Ajodhya to deliver the long-awaited message of Lord Rama’s return. Just like Diwali people light diyas on Chhoti Diwali to fill their homes with light and worship Goddess Laxmi. On this occasion peoples burst firecrackers but all these things are not as grand as they are on the day of main diwali.

Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali SMS

Aapko aashirwad mile Ganesh se
Vidya mile Saraswati se
Dhan mile Laxmi se
Khushiya mile Rab se
Pyr mile Sab se
Yahi dua hai is dil se
Happy Narak Chaturdashi

Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali SMS

May this narak chaturdashi bring
Pot full of heath, wealth and life
May God always be with you
And bring an end to all your strife.
Happy Narak Chaturdashi.

Happy Choti Diwali sms

Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali Wishes

The victory of good over evil
The celebration of courage too
May this Narak Chaturdashi bring
Nothing but the best for you.
Have a festive day.

Happy Choti Diwali Wishes

Prosperity, Health and Wealth
Goodluck, Success and Love
Is sent your way this Kali Chaudas
Straight from the heavens above.
Happy Narak Chaturdashi.

Happy Narak Chaturdashi  Wishes

Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali Quotes

Jese Krishna Bhagwan ne Narakasur ka naash kiya,
Waise hi Bhagwan
apke jeewan se dukhon ka naash kare.
Narak Chaturdashi ki dhero shubhkaamnaayein

Happy Narak Chaturdashi  Quotes

Narak Chaturdashi sms in Gujarati Happy Kali Chaudas Gujarati
Aajhe Krishn Bhagwane
Narkashur no nash karyoh
Bhagvaan tamaara jivan ma thih
panh dukhon no nash kareh
Tamne ane tamara aakha privaar ne mara
taraf thi Narak Chaturdashi ni lakkho subbhechha

Happy Choti Diwali Quotes

Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali Messages

Like Lord Krishna attained victory over Narkasur,
On this Narak Chaturdasi may lord bless you,
and you attain victory over all evils….

Happy Narak Chaturdashi  Messages

Acche ki bure par vijay ho
Har jagah bas aap hi ki jai ho
Kali Chaudas dhoom dhaam se manaye
Choti Diwali ki shubhkaamnaayein.
Happy Choti Diwali Messages

Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali Wallpapers

Victory of good over evil,
Celebration of courage too,
May kali chaudas festival bring
Nothing but the best wishes for you
Have a happy narak chaturdashi.

Happy Narak Chaturdashi Wallpaper

Satyaa parh vijayy pakar Kaali Chaudash manayeh
Manh main shradha aurh vishvas rakhkar
har manokamnah koh purah hote hue paeye.
Narak Chaturdashi ki aapko shubhkamnaye

Happy Narak Chaturdashi – Choti Diwali Wallpapers

About Narak Chaturdashi

Narak Chaturdashi is also known as Choti diwali and Roop Chaturdashi. A day before diwali is celebrated as Narak chaturdashi. Narakasur was a demon king. He achieved a boon from Brahma that he shall die only in the hands of a woman. Armed with the boon, he became a cruel king. He overcome Lord Indra (king of gods) and stole the jewelry of Aditi (the divine mother goddess). The wife of lord krishna heard of the injustice being done to Aditi, she was angry. Satyabhama went to ask Lord Krishna, permission to wage a war against Narakasura, Krishna is not only agreed, but also offered to drive her chariot in the war field. On the day of the war, both the armies fought fearlessly and the war continued for some time. Satyabhama fought Narakasura bravely, but she was no match to him. After some days, when Narakasura got a chance, he took an aim at Krishna, hurting him lightly. Krishna fainted and Satyabhama  get angry. She doubled attack on the demon king and finally killed him. They finally  announce the death of Narakasura, Krishna messy the demon’s blood on his forehead. This day is celebrated of the death of the evil king. On this day people get up early in the morning and massage their bodies with scented oil. And as a custom they use ‘utane’ or ‘utanah’ for bath in its place of soap. This special bath is referred to as ‘abhyang-snan’. It may be noted that ‘Utane’ is not the same as uptan. Utane is made of several things having ayurvedic properties like ‘chandan’ (sandalwood), ‘kapoor’ (camphor), manjistha, rose, orange skin and haldi (turmeric). After bath, all family members eat Diwali faral together in the morning. Diwali faral includes many things shev, chakli, chivda, anarse, karanji, laddoo all homemade items.

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Diwali essay in English

diwali essay in english

Diwali Essay in English : India is a great country known as the land of festival. The most favourite festival is Diwali. Which come after 20 days the festival of “Dashara” in the month of “Kartik”. On this day Lord Ram came to the kingdom after 14 year  from “Vanbas” after deafting Ravan. So people of Ayodhya welcome with diyas and decorated the whole kingdom with Diyas, candles and bursting crackers.

Diwali is known as the festival of light and Diwali is most important annual festival of Hindu. Diwali is celebrated continuous five days, first day is celebrated as “Dhanteras” and second day is celebrated as “Choti Diwali”. Third day is celebrated as “Diwali” fourth day is celebrated as “Govardhan” pooja and last day is celebrated as “Bhai Duj”. People worship Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha and Lord Kuber on this festival. People making sweets and dishes, greeting cards, rangoli with tiny footprints of Goddess Lakshmi, bursting crackers, giving gift and playing gambling on this festival. On this day Lanka‘s king   Ravan killed by Ram, in order to save the earth from bad evil. People clean house, office, shops to welcome Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha and Lord Kuber and decorated their houses with lighting diyas, candle and bursting crackers.

diwali essay in english

It is common belief of people that buying new things and idol of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi to bring home. People buy new clothes, gift, sweets, decorative things, firecrackers, diyas and candles; children buy toys, sweets and crackers from the market. Goddess Lakshmi pooja is done in the evening people decorated their houses with diyas and candle, wear new clothes and then start pooja, after pooja they start  Aarati to get blessing of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha, after Aarati they distribute Prasad and share gift to each other. They pray to god and goddesses for the happy life, in the last people burst crackers and play games.

All people celebrate festival together with their family, friends and relatives as nearest and dearest ones. People celebrate Diwali by sharing gifts, sweets, greeting cards and best wishes. People enjoy lots of activities by making rangoli in front the door, bursting cracker, playing games and many more. People offer pooja to the Goddess Lakshmi to get blessing for the wealth, and Lord Ganesha to get more blessing for wisdom. Diwali festival is celebrated all nooks and corners of our country. The festival teaches us many values of life, drive away bad evil, darkness in our life. The rich and poor people celebrate it with great pomp and show. The festival was celebrated first time, when lord Rama, goddess Sita and lord Lakshman came Ayodhya after 14 years from “Vanbas”. Every people look happy on the day of Diwali and they enjoy together. The sky is full of lights, it looks so beautiful and lights drive away the darkness. Diwali is best festival of Hindu, the festival of diwali is celebrated whole country.

Happy Dhanteras 2015 SMS, Wishes, quotes, Messages, Wallpapers

Happy Dhanteras SMS

Happy Dhanteras 2015 SMS, Wishes, quotes, Messages, Wallpapers : Dhanteras is the main festival of hindu, It is celebrated in the month of “kartik” (oct- nov) on the 13th day of dark night.The word is taken from the Sanskrit, Dhanteras– Dhan means “wealth” and Teras, indicate “the thirteenth day”. The festival is celebrated two days before Diwali. We must welcome Goddess lakshmi, along with Lord kuber who is the God of wealth. We draw rangoli on doorway with small footprints of Goddess Lakshmi. Devotional songs dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi in the evening. We offered sweets and garland of flower to the Goddess Lakshmi on this day. Dhanteras is a significance day to buy costly things like gold and silver. Ladies buy gold or silver or at leasts one or two kitchen’s thing on this festival. If we bought precious things on this festival is seen of good luck. The first Diyas are lit on Dhanteras day in the evening to banish the evil spirits. We are celebrated the festival of Dhanteras is also observed as Dhanwantari Trayodasi, Dhantrayodashi is also known as Dhanteras pooja. If Dhanteras pooja is done during virshabha lagna Goddess lakshmi, Lord kuber will stay your home during Diwali festival. Dhanteras is also known as “yamdeepdan”. It is importance pooja Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha and Lord Kuber on Dhanteras. Whole duration of pooja is complete: 1 Hour and 15 Mins.

Happy Dhanteras 2015 SMS

Iss dhanters khus kash ho,
dilo me khusiya ,ghar me shuk ka vaas ho;
here moti p aapka taj ho;
mite duria,sb aap ke pas ho;
esa dhantrs aapka khas ho

Happy Dhanteras SMS

Laxmi aayegi itni ki sb jagah Naam hoga,
Laxmi aayegi itni ki sb jagah Naam hoga,
Din raat vyapar bade itna adhik kaam hoga,
Ghar Pariwar samaj me banoge Sartaj,
Yehi Kamna hai hamari aap ke liye
Dhanteras ki Dhero Shubh Kamanaye
Happy Dhanteras!! 

Happy Dhanteras 2015 SMS

Happy Dhanteras 2015 Wishes

Dhan Dhanya Bhari He Dhanteras
Dhanteras Ka Din He Bada Hi Mubarak,
Mata Laxmi He Ye Din Ki Sanchalak
Chalo Milkar Kare Puja Unki…
Kyu Ke Laxmiji Hi To He Jivan Ki Udhharak

Happy Dhanteras Wishes

Dhanteras not a single word.
How?
I will tell….See
D: Dhan
H: Health
A: Anand
N: Nature
T: Talent
E: Enjoyment
R: Romance
A: Aitbar
S: Saubhagya
Wish you a very Happy Dhanteras

Dhanteras Wishes

Happy Dhanteras 2015 Quotes

May goddess Lakshmi bless your job / business to do well in spite of all odds like the enduring charms of gold and diamonds.
Happy Dhanteras to you and your family

Happy Dhanteras Quotes

Dinodin badhta jaye apka karobar,
pariwar me bana rahe sneh aur pyr,
hoti rahe sada apar dhanki bochar,aisa ho apka DHANTERAS ka tyohar.
HAPPY DHANTERAS!

 Dhanteras Quotes

Happy Dhanteras 2015 Messages

Khoobb meethe meethe pakwan khaye,
Sehat me char chand lagaye,
Log to sirf chand par gaye hai
Aap us se bhi upar jaye,
Happy Dhanteras….!!

Happy Dhanteras Messages

May this Dhanteras Celebration
endow you with opulence and prosperity…
Happiness comes at your steps
Wishing many bright future in your life
Shubh Dhanteras.

Dhanteras  Messages 

Happy Dhanteras 2015 Wallpapers

God’s blessing may come as a surprise..
And how much U receive Depends on how much Ur Heart can believe May U be blessed beyond what U expect..
“Shubh Dhanteras”.

Happy Dhanteras Wallpapers

On Dhanteras Festival,
May Divine blessings of Goddess Lakshmi
Bestow on you bountiful fortune
Happy Dhanteras Wishes

Dhanteras Wallpapers

Preparations of  Dhanteras:

All people wait for this festival with very happiness to come soon as this is very lucky day. We are decorate our homes and workshop with light, diyas, candle, flower and the main door of homes and workshops are decorated with the flower and colourful rangoli to welcome goddess lakshmi, along with lord kuber who is the God of wealth. All people buy silver and gold coins having picture of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha, lord kuber on Dhanteras. The seven corns are including worship of Dhanters.

  • Barely
  • wheat
  • Urad
  • Gram
  • Rice
  • Moong and Masoor.

What is dhanteras:

Dhanteras is the first day of diwali celebrations on this day all people buy precious things like as silver and gold coins with belief they will bring wealth and prosperity. The doctor of all Gods, also known as “Goddess Dhanwantri”.

Importance of dhanteras:

We should worship Goddess Lakshmi along with Lord Ganesha and Lord kuber on this day. Goddess Laxami – who is the goddess of wealth, Lord Kuber – who is the lord of distributer of wealth and Lord Ganesha – who is the lord remover of obstacles in way. All people buy gold and silver on this day. They also purchase some candle, diyas, sweets, crackers and most important things idol of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. It is also said that if a girl born on this day, she is very lucky girl. As if Goddess lakshmi came into the house.The people lit diyas out of the house facing towards south on the festival of Dhanteras.

Dhanteras Celebration:

Dhanteras is celebrated in the month of October or November two days before Diwali. People purchase gift, gold and silver coins on this day people decorate their house and office, workshop with colourful lights and flower, rangolis and also lit diyas, people bursts crackers on this festival, People celebrate this festival to get wealth of Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Kuber.The hindu people celebrate this festival with very religious. If we want to be new activities, we can also start on Dhanteras. This festival is celebrated continuous five day, this festival creats an atmosphere joy and festivity all round. We lit diyas to drive away shadows of evil spirits. People worship to the goddess lakshmi to get success in life. We worship lord ganesha, lord kuber and Goddess lakshmi. The festival is a wonderful time for people gathering Goddess Lakshmi pooja, celebrations, sharing gifts and bursts crackers.

Happy Govardhan pooja 2015 SMS, Wishes, Quotes, Wallpapers

Happy  Govardhan pooja  2015 SMS, Wishes, Quotes Wallpapers : Govardhan pooja falls after Diwali pooja, and Govardhan pooja is celebrated when Lord Krishna defeated Lord “Indra”. Govardhan pooja is celebrated one day after Diwali pooja. Govardhan pooja is celebrated during Pratipada Tithi in the Kartik month. Annakut Pooja is also known as Govardhan pooja. On this day people made of cereals like Wheat, Rice, curry made of gram flour and leafy vegetable is cooked and offered Lord Krishna. We worship Lord Krishna as the lifter of govardhan hills and worship cows are bull that is dear to the Lord Krishna. In the end of the festival the hill of prasad is distributed to the people and thousands of people are take Prasad according to the capcity of temple. Cows are honoured on this festival. This day lord Krishna defeated the lord Indra. Who is the lord of Heaven? Krishna told people that worship Govardhan Mountain and do not worship Lord Indra. Krishna told the people of Virndavan Dham to worship the nature. There are many people who are searching for the Govardhan Pooja 2015 sms wishes, Quotes & Wallpapers so here on this webpage we are going to share the best collection of Goverdhan Pooja 2015 SMS, Wishes, Quotes, and wallpapers

Happy Govardhan pooja 2015 SMS

Murli Manohar, Brij ke Dhrohar. Wo Nandlala Gopala, Bansi Ki Dhun Par Sabke Dukh Harne Wala. Sab Milkar Machaye Dhoom Ki Krishna Ane Wala Hai. Happy Govardhan Pooja 2015!!

Happy Govardhan pooja SMS

Happy Govardhan pooja 2015 Wishes

Chandan ki khusbu,Resham ka haar, Bhadav ki shugandh, Barish ki fhuhaar, Dil ki ummide, Apno ka pyar Mangalmay ho aapko Govardhan Puja ka tyohar.

Happy Govardhan pooja Wishes

Happy Govardhan pooja 2015 quotes

Krishnaa jinka naam, Gokul jinka dham, aise Shree Krishna Bhagwan ko, hum sab ka pranam, Jai shree krishna.
HAPPY Govardhan Puja 2015

Happy Govardhan pooja quotes

Happy Govardhan pooja 2015 Wallpapers

Bansi Ki Dhun Par
Sabke Dukh wo harta hai.
Aaj bhi apna kanhaiyya
Kayi chamatkaar karta hai
Govardhan pooja 2015 ki shubh kaamnaayein

Happy Govardhan pooja Wallpapers

Preparation of Govardhan:

  • A picture of lord krishana.
  • Mukut, bansuri, flower and tilak.
  • 2 sugercane sticks.
  • Curds, unboiled milk, sweets like batasha, ladoo and peda.
  • Roli, chawal and diyas.
  • Silver and gold coins and money for dakshina.

 

How to perform govardhan pooja:

  • Govardhan pooja is performed in the morning.
  • Using garden soil make a Govardhan Mountain.
  • You are decorating lord Krishna with mukut, flower, bansuri and tilak etc.To form and image of lord Krishna.
  • Unboiled milk, curd, 2stick of sugarcane,and sweets offer to the Lord Krishna.
  • Light the diyas and offer roli chawal.
  • After pooja do four parikrama around the model of mountain Govardhan ji.
  • They read the katha of Goddess Lakshmi Ji.
  • The silver and gold coins or some money is given as dakshina who reads the katha.

How to celebrate Govardhan pooja:

People celebrate this festival with great enjoy. People parikrama Govardhan Mountain and offer pooja. People make govardhan dhari ji with the heap of cow dung. People make variety of Bhog to offer the Lord Krishna, and then the pooja is performed through the custom prayer Aarati and Bhog. The festival is celebrated all over the INDIA, decorating the tamples of Lord Krishna and after pooja; we are distributed food among people. And all people get blessing of the lord Krishna by having food. People touch their heads to the feet of Lord Krishna.

Importance of Govardhan pooja:

People prepar various type of food offer to the Govardhan ji and singing or dancing. Every Year Govardhan pooja is celebrated with great enjoy.There is various custom and tradition of govardhan pooja.  All people worship the Lord Krishna on this special day to the victory of God’s evil power. People believe that they would be protected by mountain so they worship Govardhan Mountain.They decorated their cows and bulls with the saffron and garland etc. People make cow dung heap and   Kheer, Garland of flower, Sweets and Foods offer to cow and bull. People make Naivedya of the Chappan Bhog or 108 food item offer to the Lord Krishna doring pooja.

 

Diwali customs & Traditions

Diwali is the festival of light. This festival is celebrated in the month of kartik with great enjoy. The festival of Diwali is celebrated continuous 5 days. The first day is celebrated as “Dhanteras” on this day people buy gold, silver or utensils. The second day is celebrated as “Choti Diwali”. Third day is celebrated   as main diwali with diyas, candle, rangoli, greeting card, sweets, playing gambling, gift and bursting crackers. The fourth day is celebrated as “Govardhan pooja” and the fifth day is celebrated as “Bhai duj”. On the day of Diwali, lord Ram return to Ayodhya after 14years from exil. The festival of Diwali is celebrated to honour the victory of Goddess Kali over Baksura.  Diwali is a relegious customs that include worship cattle, Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha and Lord Kuber pooja, lighting Diyas and candle, making greeting card, exchanging gift, bursting crackers and decorating the house with rangoli.

Diwali customs & Traditions

Diwali traditions:

Lakshmi pooja on Diwali:

Lakshmi pooja on Diwali

On the day of Diwali, we worship Goddess Lakshmi, who is the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Puja is dedicated to Goddess Lakshmi on Diwali evening in all houses. We can remove the evil from our houses and welcome blessing of Goddess Lakshmi. All the people worship the Goddess Lakshmi to get wealth.

Ganesha pooja on Diwali :

Ganesha pooja on Diwali

We worship Lord Ganesha in the festival of Diwali, who is the Lord of wisdom and prosperity. The pooja is done on Diwali evening in the houses and drive away the evil from the human mind which welcome blessing of Lord Ganesha. It helps in progress of your life.

Candles or diyas on Diwali:

Candles or diyas on Diwali

It is important tradition, lighting diyas oil /ghee or candle, after the Goddess Lakshmi pooja. People decorate their house with lighted Diyas and candles which symbolizes getting rid of darkness from the world. On this day people of Ayodhya decorated the town with lighted Diya or candle to celebrate Lord Ram return after 14 years from “Vanbas”. This mark the begining of this custom (celebration of diwali).  People believe that as diwali falls on a new moon night. Diyas helps Goddess Lakshmi to reach their every house, so people leave the Diyas to burn all through the night.

Exchanging gift on Diwali:

 Exchanging gift on Diwali

Diwali is an auspicious festival to give and receive gifts. The festival of Diwali is also considered to buy gold and silver. People do shopping like clothes, sweets or other things to celebrate Diwali festival. They give these things to each other and celebrate Diwali with happiness.

Rangoli on Diwali:

Rangoli on Diwali

The word Rangoli is taken from Sanskrit, which means row of colour. The Rangoli is the art of creatively and draw on the floor using with different colours. People decorate their houses and make colourful Rangoli to welcome Goddess Lakshmi.

Firecrackers on Diwali:

Firecrackers on Diwali

The festival of Diwali celebration is incomplete without crackers and fireworks. People believed that bursting crackers will drive away evil from houses.

Significance customs of Diwali:

Significance customs of Diwali

The festival of Diwali marks the victory of good over evil. On this festival the Goddess Lakshmi is a symbol of wealth. People share sweets, lit Diya’s or candle and firecrackers. Diwali is very popular festival and there are several stories behind it. The festival of Diwali is celebrated mostly by north Indian people. On this day the Lord Rama came to Ayodhya with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman from “Vanbas”. It is believe that the people of Ayodhya lit oil lamps on this day. Diwali is an important festival of india. All stories of Hindu God and legend related to this festival. All the legend of diwali, such as the story of Ram and Sita,  Mahavira,  Swami Dayanand Saraswati,  Demon Narakasura, Lord Krishna, Pandavas,  Goddess Lakshmi, lord ganesha, Lord Vishnu,  Vikramaditya and story of sikh Guru Harigovind Ji and many more are associated only with India.

 

Diwali 2015 Maa lakshmi Aarati

 Diwali 2015 Maa lakshmi Aarati : Maa Lakshmi Aarati is  performed on the festival of Diwali. Diwali is the festival of light,  people take a pooja thali contains  oil or ghee diyas and  start in round pattern  in front  idol of Goddess Lakshmi   to drive away the evil  from the house , and welcome the blessing  Goddess lakshmi. People worship the goddess lakshmi  to get wealth and prosperity.  Lord Ganesha worshipped with Goddess Lakshmi in hindu ,Goddess Lakshmi worshipped in  three forms such as “ TheMahalakshmi” means the Goddess of Wealth, “The Mahasaraswati”  means the Goddess of Knowledge and “The Mahakali” means the Kuber ,the Treasure of God . The following Aarati is dedicated of the Goddess  Lakshmi Ji.

Diwali 2015 Maa lakshmi Aarati

Diwali 2015 Maa lakshmi Aarati

OM jai Lakshmi Mata, Maiya Jai Lakshmi Mata

O Maiya Jai Lakshmi  Mata,

Tumako Nis din Sevat ,Har Vishnu Data||Om Jai||

Uma Rama Brahmaani , Tum Ho Jag Mata

O Maiya, Tum ho Jag Mata,

Surya  Chandrama Dhyavat, Naarad Risi Gata||Om Jai ||

Durga Rup Niranjani,Sukh Sampati Data

O Maiya Sukh Sampati Data,

Jo Koi Tumako Dhyavat Riddhi Siddhi Dhan Pata||Om Jai||

Tum Patal Nivaasini ,Tum Hi Subh Data,

O Maiya Tum Hi Subh Data,

Karama Prabhav Prakashini,Bhav Nidhi Ki Data||Om Jai||

Jis Ghar Me Tum Rahati Ho ,Sab Sukh Gun Aata Hai,

O Maiya Sab Sukh Gun Aata,

Sab Sambhav Ho Jata,Man Nahi Ghabrata ||Om Jai||

Tum Bin Yagya Na Hote,Vastra Na Koi Pata,

O Maiya Vastra Na koi Pata,

Khan Pan Ka Vaibhav ,Sab Tumse Aata ||Om Jai||

Subh Gun Mandir Sundar,Shirodadhi Jaata,

O Maiya Shirodadhi Jata,

Ratna Chaturdash Tum Bin Koi Nahi Pata ||Om Jai||

Dhoop Deep Phal Meva,Ma Sweekar Karo,

O Maiya Sweekar Karo,

Gyaan Prakash Karo Ma ,Moha Agyaan Haro ||Om Jai ||

Ma Lakshmi Ji Ki Aarati , Jo Koi Nar Gata,

O Maiya Jo Koi Nar Gata,

Ur Anand Samata,Pap Utar Jata||Om Jai||

Diwali Aarati 2015 – Ganesha Aarati | Lakshmi Aarati | Saraswati Aarati

Diwali Aarati :

Aarati is great ritual in hindu ,which is read to complete pooja. The pooja is incomplete without reading Aarati .Aarati is made of two words , “aa”  and “rati” , “aa” means complete and “rati” means love .Aarati is done with ghee diya,  burning  “kapur” in the pooja thali .Aarti is a magical song which is sung to goddess Lakshmi and lord Ganesha on the festival of Diwali.

ganesha aarati on Diwali

Meaning of ganesha Aarati :

We worship lord ganesha on diwali pooja, all people sing arati to please the lord ganesha and express the love and devotion towords  lord ganesha. All pepole sing aarti in every pooja.

Importance of ganesha aarati on Diwali 2015:

People make their face towords the god or goddess ,when they perform aarati .We concentrate our mind towords the god. We take the pooja thali with  burning kapur or ghee diya and do aarati in round motion the idol of lord ganesha and sing aarti, for the completion of pooja and drive away the evil from the human mind .Reading of aarati offers religious feel to mind , keep away from the tension, aarati brings human mind and soul come closer towards the lord ganesha and darkness removes from human mind and welcome the blessing of lord . It helps in progress of your life.

Lakshmi Aarati on Diwali 2015:

Lakshmi Aarati on Diwali

Lakshmi pooja is great ritual in hindu during pooja .The aarati is performed on the festival of diwali .according to the hindu, people take a thali putting oil or ghee diya , agarbati and start aarati  in round pattern in front the idol of goddess lakshmi , to remove the evil from the house and welcome goddess lakshmi . All people  worship the goddess lakshmi to get good health and wealth. We worshiped lord ganesha with goddess lakshmi. Hindu worship goddess lakshmi in three forms such as the “Mahalakshmi” that means goddess of wealth , the “Mahasaraswati” that means goddess of knowledge  and wisdom, “Mahakali” that means the Kuber,treasure of god.

Saraswati Aarati on Diwali 2015  :

Saraswati Aarati on Diwali

Saraswati is the goddess of Vedas mother, people worship goddess saraswati as  goddess of knowledge ,arts and wisdom. The goddess of saraswati gives knowledge and wisdom to the people which is impossible without worshipping of goddess saraswati . Goddess Saraswati always shown in her picture having the book . She gives the blessing of knowledge and wisdom .White dress ,white lotus and white swan in the picture  indicates the spotless purity and teaches the people to have spotless mind. People do aarati in round after the pooja of  the goddess saraswati to get the full blessing of knowledge and wisdom.

Mahakali aarati on Diwali 2015 :

Mahakali aarati on Diwali

It is the rule that aarati is done after the pooja of god and goddess. We do worship goddess kali for getting freedom from the evil powers ,peace and well being. We do aarati after pooja and gets full blessing. Take a thali with lighting oil or ghee diya  or buring kapur for doing aarati of goddess . Aarti thali also contains some item as sweets ,flower and other offering .we passed aarati thali to other member to get blessing .

Diwali Rangoli Designs & Patterns 2015

Diwali Rangoli Designs & Patterns 2015 :The creative expressing of arts by using different colors is known as Rangoli. The word rangoli is taken from the Sanskrit, “rang” (colour) + “aavalli” (row), which means row of colours.  Basically, Rangoli is the art of drawing images and motifs on the floor and walls of one’s home using different colour, Since rangoli and colours are interwoven, elaborate rangolis are designed on  diwali  in the entrance of every house to ask for the blessings of goddess Lakshmi, the   main purpose of making rangolis in diwali is to welcome Goddess Lakshmi,  of wealth, to individual homes beautiful diwali rangoli designs 2015apart from warding off the evil eye.the festival of diwali and rangoli is a unique relations . Diwali is the  main  festival of India and drawing rangoli on diwali is a part of diwali celebrations, A rangoli design has a geometric shape.  People of India draw  rangoli on the festival of diwali and other auspicious occasions as it a holy ritual ,we should make rangoli in front of the door. Rangoli means  not only  it is a beautiful way to decorate courtyards, floors and in front of the door , but also has religious and cultural significance. Main  purpose of the hindu to welcome  the Hindu deities such as goddess Lakshmi, to bring good luck. The pattern of rangoli is known by different names in different regions such as “Rangoli”

Different names of rangoli

diwali rangoli

  • General Rangoli
  • Fusion Rangoli
  • Theme Rangoli
  • General Rangoli
  • Clay Rangoli
  • Floating Rangoli
  • Flowers Rangoli
    Kundan Beads Rangoli
  • Sand Rangoli
  • Wooden Rangoli
  • Wooden Beads Rangoli
  • Fusion Rangoli

Importance item for Making Diwali Rangoli Designs

Diwali Rangoli Designs & Patterns

  • Rice flour
  • crushed lime stone
  • Coloured chalk.
  • coloured powder
  • grains, pulses, beads,
  • Flower likes marigold, rose
  • Colored sooji / rawa (semolina)
  • turmerice powder

How to make rangoli on Diwali 2015

happy diwali rangoli 2015

The designs of Rangoli are made with finger using rice powder, crushed lime stone, or coloured chalk ,Flower likes marigold, rose ,turmeric powder .They may be topped with grains, pulses, beads, or flowers, we must make rangoli in diwali to welcome goddess Lakshmi small footprints coming into the homes , representing the footprints of the Goddess lakshmi. Diwali rangoli is drawn at the entrance door of individual homes during Diwali decoration. The footprints pattern of goddess Lakshmi is drawn in the rangoli or near the place of worship. The lotus in the picture of Goddess Lakshmi is symbol of new life. A rangoli is dependent skill of the maker , rangoli are always drawn with finger  and frequently,the rangoli is done with  help of the dots, which are join to form a design, and the pattern is filled with coloured powder, Rice flour and coloured chalk. . There should not be any break in the pattern line of rangoli and neither any space is left   anywhere. Certain designs are created on special occasions such as weddings and religious festivals like Diwali. There is really no limit to what you can do with a Rangoli.

Diwali festival in North India

Diwali is Hindu’s festivals. Diwali is festivals of  lights .This is most popular festival  in northern part of India .This festival related to lord Rama’s. In ancient  time people said that the lord ram’s return to ayodhaya . That’s the reason all peoples cleans, renovate their home, decorate with the help of ribbons diya’s candles, lightning bulbs etc.Many  places people organized the Ramlila .They plays ram, Lakshman, Ravan, Sita etc characters. They show Diwali festival in North Indiahow to triumph over Ravan, and who helps to do this after an exile fourteen long years.

Diwali celebrated at nights. Everyone celebrate this festival in northern India.  Diya is most important thing in Diwali. In Himachal people got large diya outside of door and somewhere used 4 smaller diya’s in his outside of the door .Lakshmi  puja is very important, without lakshmi puja diwali celebration is incomplete. The Diwali Puja is dedicated to the relation of husband and wife to make their bonding stronger day by day. This day all people make some new dishes in their home.

Diwali festivals make everyone happy and joyful. Some children burst crackers; a person goes their friends, neighbor’s homes and gives sweets, good wishes for his family. All over this day becomes happiness and lightning everywhere. This day people purchase gold, silver, copper , jewelry, new stylish clothes on this occasion .In this occasion shopkeepers till open their shop in morning. Some people purchase dry fruits, sweets households are common gift for relatives.

Diwali celebration in Delhi

There is official holiday on the occasion of Diwali in India, Nepal, Myanmar, srilanka .Diwali is not celebrated by Sikhs .The festival of Diwali starts with Dhanteras (2 days before Diwali) and end with Bhai-duj.This occasion dedicate to sister – brother bonds. Diwali represents the good over the evil and lights over darkness. At night, sky seems to be colorful with mind blowing fireworks and crackers. This occasion is sign of glory of light.

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