Dev-Diwali is the king of festivals

   Dev-Diwali is the king of festivals


     Dev-Diwali is the king of festivals. According to Hindu mythology, on the day of Kalachaudas, Sri Krishna celebrates the Diwali festival by killing a demon named Narakasur and spreading lampshades in his memory, which rescued the people from their torture. Lord Mahavir became Nirvana on the day of Diwali, so Diwali festival has great spiritual significance for Jainism.

      People of all faiths across India celebrate the festival with great enthusiasm and cheer. A mythology is also associated and prevalent in the context of the 'deity' celebrated on the day of the Karatak Sud Poonam.

       Diwali mythology - The Mahayaditya named Tripur used to perform penance in Prayagastha. He made an intense penance. With the brightness and influence of his temper, Tribhuvan also revolted and sent several nephews and various remedies, but the radiant demon did not prevail and neither work, anger nor greed were overcome, and he appealed to Brahmaji and sought immortality. Then Brahmaji said, 'O Vats! If I die too, then how can I talk to others? Death is indispensable to the body-holders, so ask for another blessing from me. '

     Tripura said: 'O father! Give me the best gift that I will not die from God, human beings, demons, women or disease. '

      Brahma Dev went to Satylok after saying 'Tathastu'. On hearing the news that Tripurasur was blessed, many demons came to him. Tripurasur ordered the demons, 'Do not kill our opposing gods. If not, take the best of them and surrender to them. ”At the command of the demon king Tripur, all the demons made all the gods, serpents, and yakshas captives, and shouted aloud.

      In particular, following the promises of Tripur, Vishwakarma created Tripura. There were three floods like metal planes flying at high speed. Tripurasur deliberately devastated and devastated the earth with one flood, one with the flood, and one with the flood. The gods became troubled and helpless. According to the following story, Indra, Brahma and Vishnu and Nardamuni all met and accepted Shivaji's surrender for Tripurasur's execution. Tripurasur, inspired by Devarishi Nardji's Maya, attacked Kailas. For three days, Tripurasur was confronted with all the collected deities and on the day of the Shukla Party of Kartik Mass, Lord Shivaji killed Tripurasur with one arrow, so all the gods rejoiced. This is why this day is known as 'Deviwali'.

      On the day of Kartik Purnima, 'Goddess', anyone who remembers God and lamps seven hundred and twenty-seven lamps is free from all sins. Through this deep revelation and its vision, it attains happiness, prosperity and prosperity, and the attainment of Aishwarya. Deepavali festival ends with the completion of 'Deviwali' and it starts with ... 'Season of auspicious marriages', ie 'marriage ceremony' is performed in the families of young and young women, with auspicious festivities, Dhoka and Varkanya make their debut in domination. If you think of wedding idioms, it can be taken every time. The dates can be taken from the Shuklapaksa unit, Krishnapaksa's thirteenth, the fourteen, the Amasa and the Tibetan, and the rest can be taken away. Ashwini, Rohini, Orion, Madha, Ufa, Hast, Chitra, Swati, Anuradha, Native, Aus. The fifteen constellations of Shravana, Dhanistha, Ubha and Revati are usually taken for marriage. In particular, the constellations that contain Saturn, Rahu or Ketu, as well as those that are absorbed during the six months, are considered as Tijayas.

      Diwali is the epitome of vividness, light, joy and excitement, and in its final stages, 'Goddess' is celebrated as the closing of this epic!

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