On the bankruptcy, worship of Goddess Mahalshmi will be made home from tomorrow.

Diwali is an object of worship

Statue of Lakshmi-Ganesha, Laxmi Ji's Clothing Kusha, Kunku, Sabuth Dhaniya (purchased at Dhanteras), Kheel-Batashe, Gangajal, Desi Ghee, Sandalwood, Silver Coin, Akshat, Dahi, Deepak, Milk, Clove Pawn, Dob grass, Wheat, Dhoop cloth, Sweets, Pancha Palladhava ( Sycamore, village, mango, packer and bud leaves), oil, molly, cotton, five yajopavit (thread), rolly, red cloth, sugar, honey, coconut and turmeric pellets.

Victory over the truth

Diwali is one of the major and big festivals of Hindus. It symbolizes happiness, prosperity, peace and positive energy. Whatever this feast of lights goes on, it shows that truth prevails over untruth.

Ayodhya illuminated the lamp and greeted Rama

It is believed that Lord Rama returned to his home by cutting off 14 years of exile and burning Ravana's Lanka. In this joy, the whole people greeted their Lord Rama by lighting the lamp of ghee in Ayodhya. The devotees of Rama filled the entire Ayodhya with the light of lights. Diwali is celebrated as Maa Lakshmi's birthday. At the same time, it is believed that Maa Lakshmi married Vishnu on the night of Diwali. On this day Sri Ganesha, Maa Lakshmi and Maa Saraswati are worshiped. Because of the practice of law, it is believed that poverty will be removed from worship and happiness and prosperity and wisdom will come. Apart from Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains also celebrate Diwali With great pretense.

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