Festivals of Lights

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Non-Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic

Now many of us dont know about culture value also value for tradition this mainly for people who thinks that they respect about culture.

Festivals of lights

Any one know how our festivals are celebrated previously.

In Indian tradition every festival has its importance where as no religion every religions festivals are precious and they had its happiness in festivals.



Only Diwali is not important every festival is important but now in India Diwali is coming up this month.

Diwali is a special event.

For every sisters and brothers special event.

Diwali is also called as "Festivals Of Lights"i.e,In diwali lights with depa's makes brightness of light.


This is the day which the man narakasur is died in hands of Lord Krishna

That day all of us celebrated as narakachaturdhasi.

The next day is celebrated as diwali because narakasur had made people's life like an darkness while when he died people darkness too died along with him so for celebrating that event we celebrate as Diwali.

In Diwali our past generations celebrate as followes in tradition.

Woke up early in the morning every one in home need to have their fresh bath with neatness of cloths.

Before having their breakfast first they will pray the god in temple they will take blessings of god.

Eating the prasadam of god in family.

Also taking blessings of family head and some of people will do fasting in that day.


You know in past days there are no crackers only lights with depas that depas are made of pure cement or soil.

Crackers will made the trees and plants get polluted.

The birds will be affected.We should not harm any bird.

Festivals of lights meant only the festivals should celebrate only with happy lights not with polluted smoke.

Follow the tradition not Spoil our tradition.

Respect our tradition.





Submitted: November 12, 2020

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I had heard of Diwali before but I didn't know much about it so I thought it was very informative reading about it here. I think you also made an interesting point about following and respecting the tradition, not spoiling it. It is sad to see traditions ruined. Your article was very good to read.

Tue, November 17th, 2020 11:33am


Thank you for your comment

Tue, November 17th, 2020 7:43pm

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