First of all, I would like to all my readers happy Diwali. This Diwali is very important for every Indian because we will celebrate this Diwali under Covid -19 influence.
We all know about Diwali is the Indian festival of lights, celebrated during the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika (between mid-October and mid-November).
One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance”.
Furthermore, it is, in some regions, a celebration of the day Lord Rama returned to his kingdom Ayodhya after defeating the Lankan-king Ravana,
This year Diwali is very important because all the market and small, big vendors open their shop and sell their products. All big or small companies will give a lot of schemes, that will be benefited the customers.
Diwali Business gives a boost to every company and vendors, shopkeepers to earn good money in this season. At the Diwali festival, people buy every or any kind of item or gift.
Diwali festival blessed by the goddess Laxmi. That is why people purchase cars, gold, home to diyas. This festival is for peace, prosperity, and love. This festival helps to improve our economy.
This Diwali is very important for every Indian. The question comes to our mind why?
The answer is that Russian scientists have discovered covid-19 vacancies sputnik, which helps to fight with the covid 19 viruses.
American company Pfizer has discovered the second vaccine. So this is the first reason to smile all of us and thanks to God Sri Ram.
The second reason the Prime minister appeals to Indians that they will support a vocal for Local this festive that will help small vendors. When every person will buy local products with pride, will talk about local products, hail them, and will take the message to others that our local products are so good, this message will go far, Modi said.
“Going for local doesn’t mean only purchasing ‘Diya’ but everything you use in Diwali. It will encourage those making them,”
Third reason that Ayodha’s Janambumi get ready for historic Diwali.
This is the first time since the Supreme court order from the Ram temple construction in the holy city that such a celebration will take place. Deepotstav celebrations on Wednesday as the whole city decorated with lights.
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