The festival Diwali is address as Deepavali, in some parts of North India, mainly in the South India, the word; Deepavali is uses in order to address this light of festival instead of Diwali.

Like, Dasara, the festival Deepavali is also marks the victory of goodness over bad, and on this day we decorate our home with diyas and candles in order to welcome the Goddess of Wealth, Mata Laxmi.

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This carnival is the one of the famous carnival of India, which is predominately celebrated by the all Hindus of India. Sometimes the festival Deepavali is also rejoices and observes by NRI who areas settled in abroad.

Diwali or Deepavali is touted as the festival of lights which spread happiness and joy indeed. As per Hinduism and as per the Hindu mythological and legendary story, that the Diwali was the fateful night when the Lord Rama comeback to his kingdom Ayodhya after defeating Ravana in the Lanka war.

In order to welcome the Lord Rama, the whole Ayodhya region was light with a massive number of lamps and diyas which also make light in each parts of the Ayodhya kingdom which was only to done in order to celebrated the victory of Lord Rama. It was the Kingdom Ayodhya where the first festival Deepavali was celebrated.

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Wish you a very happy Deepavali to all of you.

Deepavali means light and spreading of light, so on this sacred day I can only pay to Mata Laxmi to spread joy and happiness and love and prosperity. Happy Deepavali.

Still I can remember how we used to eat a plenty of sweets and Laddu on the Deepavali, Wish you all a very happy Diwali.

May Goddess Lakshmi bless each people of this world? My pray is with each being on this auspicious fav festival Diwali. Happy Deepavali.

Lets on this Diwali we will be gift almond to our friends and family, instead of chocolate, sweets and Laddoo. Lets rejoice and observe and celebrate a healthy, cholesterol free Diwali and Deepavali.


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