LET US CELEBRATE DIWALI
- Every year we celebrate Diwali. Thousands of people celebrate this day with lots of happiness. And Why Not! Lord Ram had come back to Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile on this very day.
- He was welcomed by his mothers and brothers. The people of Ayodhya had lighted the lamps of ghee to mark their happiness. Let us all try to spread the light of happiness everywhere.
RESPECT FOR ELDERS – SPREADING JOY
- Diwali is a festival which brings lot of joy not only for us but also for others. We should forget our differences and embrace each other with happiness on this auspicious day.
- The elders of the family forgive the younger ones and children and give them tons of blessings.
FESTIVAL OF SHARING AND CARING
- Seeking the blessings of loved ones and elders brings joy and happiness to this festival. They should purchase some affordable gifts for them. It doesn’t matter whether the gift is cheap or expensive but the hidden love in the gift always matters.
- Young children should light at least one lamp with their elders. Cracking and bursting crackers, fuljharis is the celebrated thing.
WORSHIPPING LORD GANESH AND LAXMI
- You can express your love and respect with your gifts. Everyone worships the Goddess of wealth Laxmi and Ganesh on this day.
- But where the elders and old ones are worshipped, it becomes a home in the real sense.
- The Goddess Laxmi gives her blessings to the families where young ones and elders live peacefully. The lamps in such homes are illuminated by happiness instead of by ghee.
LIGHTS, LOVE, LAUGHTER
- Everyone should celebrate this Diwali like the people of Ayodhya.
- Every son should come back after 14 years of exile. God blesses those who respect their mothers. Worship will not give fruitful response if one disregards or misbehaves with elders