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Article on Happy diwali 2018

                                              Article on Happy diwali 2018
Diwali / Deepwali is a major festival of Hindus. Almost all India's Deepwali festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm. The auspicious festival of Diwali comes in the autumn season every year i.e. during the month of October and November. The festival of Deepawali is celebrated in the joy of good over evil.
Article on Happy diwali 2018
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Diwali is a very big festival celebrated for five days, which is celebrated with great rituals. On the first day of Diwali festival, people celebrate Dhanteras, then on the second day of hell chat day, third and fourth day celebrate Deepawali and celebrate Bhai Duj festival on fifth day.

A week before the festival of Diwali and worship, people make their houses clean and clean them thoroughly. Along with the arrangements of worship items like candles, salmon of pooja, idols of the house and arrangements of delicious desserts. The worship of Lord Ganesha and Mata Lakshmi is taken on Diwali puja. All people can wish God's happiness and peace of life on this day and prosperity in life.

People decorate their homes with lamps. People first light the lamp in front of the doors of their houses, inviting God to their home. After worship, most people burn firecrackers and after that they share the rounds and sweets in their neighbors, friends and relatives. On the day of Diwali, there is a holiday on all government and non-government offices, schools.

Celebrate Diwali without firecrackers Diwali Celebration without Crackers
You all know that the use of firecrackers in Diwali is very loud in India. It is believed that on the day of Diwali, pollution of India increases by 50%. I request you all that this time the celebration of Diwali without Diwali is Diwali. By using crackers for a whole lot of fun we waste our environment to a great extent. Fireworks are very harmful to both our body and environment.


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