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How Is Deepavali/Diwali Celebrated?
Like mentioned earlier, the celebration of the festival last for up to five days. Houses and shops will be cleaned and decorated with the small clay of oil lamps and electric lights. People exchange sweets. Fairs will be organised in many villages and towns. The festival is celebrated on different dates in various regions of the country since traditional lunar calendars may be interrupted in various ways. For instance, in Tamil Nadu, people celebrate Deepavali in Aipasi, a Tamil month.
Public Life during Diwali Holidays 2019
On the festival day, banks, post offices and government offices will remain closed. Commercial outlets may be closed or have the reduced working hours. Transport remains unaffected.
During the festival of Diwali, people light up their homes and commercial outlets. Lord Ganesh is worshipped for prosperity and welfare whereas Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped for wisdom and wealth. The festival usually falls in the months of November or October and is celebrated to mark the return of Lord Rama from 14 years of exile. In many parts of the country, the festival is celebrated for five consecutive days. Undoubtedly, it is the most famous Indian festival, which is regarded as a celebration of life. In a few parts of the country, the festival denotes the beginning of the New Year. Deepavali is a five-day festival that goes as mentioned below:
- The first day denotes the arrival of the new financial year for most Indian businesses. The business class worships Goddess Lakshmi for wealth.
- The second day is the day of cleansing. People take oil baths and wear new clothes.
- The third day is the day of the new moon. It is the official day of the Deepavali holiday.
- The fourth day is the Kartika Shudda Padyami.
- The fifth day, the final day of the festival, denotes the love between sisters and brothers.