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Know how diwali is celebrated in different regions of world with its importance

Prerna PrernaPrerna Prerna Updated 01 Nov 2021 07:35 PM IST
Know how diwali is celebrated in different regions of world
Know how diwali is celebrated in different regions of world - Photo : My Jyotish Expert
Know how diwali is celebrated in different regions of world with its importance.
 In this festive season, the much awaited and biggest festival of India Diwali is now very near.  It is known as the festival of lights which lasts for five days.

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It is celebrated during the Hindu luni-saur month of Kartik.  This year it will be celebrated on November 4, 2021.
Diwali is celebrated because after spending 14 years of exile and defeating the ten-headed Lankan king Ravana, Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana on this day.
People welcomed her with diyas and lights, hence Diwali is called the festival of lights.  And this is also one of the reasons why Hindus celebrate Diwali with the spirit of victory of light over darkness and good over evil.
Diwali is also widely associated with Maa Lakshmi who is the goddess of wealth and prosperity. She is worshiped in many different regions in the country, which have different traditions.  Let's know about them-
Chuda Puja–
Gujarati businessmen perform Chuda Pujan, where new account books are inaugurated in the presence of Goddess Lakshmi and prayers are offered to bless her for the coming financial year.
Worship of Mata Kaali–
Hindus in Bangladesh and Eastern India worship Goddess Kali on Diwali.
The Jain community celebrates Diwali with devotion as it marks the final liberation of Mahavira.
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For Sikhs, Diwali festival also holds significance as Bandi Chhor Divas is celebrated on this day.  This day is marked as the day of the release of Guru Hargobind from the prison of the Mughal Empire.

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Buddhists on Diwali–
On the day of Diwali, Emperor Ashoka decided to follow the path of Buddhism and started the Digvijay camp on the same day by competing in the war of Kalinga.
Therefore, on Diwali, Buddhists celebrate both Buddha and Emperor Ashoka and celebrates the festival by lighting a lamp.  Also, after eighteen years, Gautam Buddha returned to Kapilvastu with his followers.
Lakhs of lamps were lit by the citizens to welcome him.  Buddha preached: "अथदीपाभव".In addition, Newar Buddhists worship Goddess Lakshmi on Diwali.


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