Explains the significance of the Festival of Lights – Diwali

Diwali, also known as Deepawali, Deepavali- is the Hindu festival of lights. During Diwali, people perform cleansing rituals, decorate their homes, gather for special feasts, and light fireworks. Diwali is the most awaited and the most celebrated festival of India. The festival gets its name from the deep means “light” and avali means “a row” to become “a row of lights” that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects from the darkness.


Spiritual Significance of Diwali:


Celebrates Diwali, light overcoming the dark. The light symbolizes knowledge and wisdom, while darkness stands for all negative forces, like destruction, violence, injustice, greed and suffering. Households light dozens of little clay oil lamps, which is called diyas.


Diwali is a unifying event. It can soften even the hardest of hearts. It’s a time when people mingle about in joy and embrace one another. Our inner spiritual ears will clearly hear the voice of the sages. The vibrations crackers produced by the greetings of love, which fill the atmosphere powerful. However, they all symbolize the victory of lighting over the darkness.