Why do we celebrate Diwali

This festival of lights is celebrated as the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance. It is the most widespread Hindu festival

According to the mythology, Ramayana is the story of Lord Ram and his wife Sita 

Earthen lamps were lit all over the state after Lord Rama returned after fourteen years of exile and celebrated as Diwali for the first time.

Diwali is a festival is of 4 days rejoiced with lights, music, firework, Pooja and sharing of gifts and sweets with friends and relatives.

People wear new clothes and perform puja of goddess Lakshmi by offering payers for good health, wealth, and prosperity.

To celebrate Diwali, light up your home with candles. Candles symbolize light, hope, and happiness

Fireworks are an integral part of Diwali celebrations. They symbolize the triumph of good over evil and bring joy to everyone who watches them.

Diwali marks the victory of good over evil and is celebrated as the festival of Lord Rama's return to Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile.