Diwali is the five-day festival of lights, celebrated to honor Rama-chandra, the seventh avatar of the god Vishnu.
During the five-day celebration clay lamps known as diyas are lit to signify the victory of good over evil.
Diwali is one of the Hindu festival celebrated among many people and communities in the United States. Many communities, Indian organizations Hindu associations, corporate businesses and schools celebrate this festival.
Diwali is not a national public holiday in the United States but it is the biggest festival celebrated in many towns and cities. Many events are held to celebrate Diwali.
The goddess of happiness and fortune, Lakshmi, also figures into the celebration. It is believed that she roams the Earth on this day and enters the house that is pure, bright and clean.
In India and other Countries where the festival is celebrated, People leave their windows and doors open to allow Lakshmi to find her way into their homes. Every home is lit with diyas, leaving no room for darkness to enter and doorsteps are decorated With Rangoli Designs.
Many Indian stores sell jewelry and traditional outfits.
The Decoration Is Done With
(5) Flower Decoration
(6) DIY Candles
(7) Ballon Twin Light
(8) Torans Or Door Hangings
Everyone celebrate Diwali in the different style like some wear new clothes, go to temples for prayer and exchange gifts but its spiritual and significance meaning is “the awareness of the inner light”.