Diwali is a Hindu’s most popular festival, five days of Diwali celebrate with colors, lights, sweets, and decoration. This festival plays an essential role in our lives. Millions of Hindus, Sikhs, Jains across the world celebrate Diwali. It is celebrated in honor of God Ram, who returned to his palace after 14 years of exile. During these 14 years, he fought and won a battle against the demon’s king Ravana as we all know the rituals and story behind the Diwali.
However, we are going to discuss in this article about five things that we Indians love to do on Diwali.
Cleaning Home From Inside And Outside
Cleaning is everyday chores, but on Diwali, we do complete home cleaning, cleaning old vessels, rug cleaning window cleaning, throw out unnecessary stuff, dusting, and remove spider web from the highest and deepest part of the home. After finishing the complete cleaning from inside, we start cleaning outside, water tank, garden care, and work on outdoor cleaning.
Every home expects the new look, and that’s why we Indian prefers to do paint a house with the favorite color to make a home look like a festive home.
Implant New Furniture Or Interior
Many of us like to replace old furniture or old interior look. They implant new pieces of interior and exterior furniture and also take advantage of festival furniture offers. They get great deals on new stuff and save money too.
Decorate Home With Lights and Colors
Decorate is one of the essential parts of the Diwali festival. We adorn the entire home with LED lights, standard lights, Diya, and make the house shining and bright. Of course, color also plays a vital role in decoration. We decorate the home entrance with beautiful Rangoli design. Many people use colors, flowers, and Diya, all together at the door. We believe that Goddess Laxmi comes to our home on Diwali days. And bless us with lots of money and happiness.
Sweets And Gifts Sharing
We prepare many popular dishes for our home during this festive season, such as Goan nevri (karanji), Kaju katli, Rava kheer, chocolate gujiya, badaam halwa & barfis, shahi tukda, Mohan thal, patishapta, Mysore paak, chawal ki kheer and many more. Our elders give blessings and gifts to other family members. We also share sweets with our neighbors and wish them Happy Diwali.
I hope these tips help you to celebrate this Diwali. This Diwali goddess Laxmi brings health, wealth, and happiness to your lives.
Wish you all Happy Diwali From My Decorative Team