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Happy Diwali 2021 Images – World’s biggest festival celebrating country India is ready for yet another very much enjoyed and loved festival, Happy Diwali. It’s the most famous festival and India and around the world for all Hindus. Though there are many festivals celebrated every year in the Hindu religion. Diwali and Holi are the two most loved occasions. We are also providing Diwali 2021 Images HD especially for this year which can be used as Computer, Desktop, laptop, or Smartphone wallpaper. This year’s Diwali is going to be celebrated on Thursday, November 4th, and the new moon night of the Kartika month according to Hindu Lunisolar/calendar. Downloading Happy Diwali Images, Pictures and Photos are free, and we will not charge you anything for this.

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Happy Diwali 2021 Images – Diwali is also pronounced as Deepavali by many people, and it’s also known as the “Festival of Lights.” It’s an official holiday in entire India but this year it’s also falling on Sunday, which is again Holiday in the country. This Hinduism festival is not only celebrated in India, but Fiji, Guyana, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Mauritius, Myanmar, Nepal, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago, and any other country’s Hindu also join the party. Because now a day, Hindus are living all around the world. In a few nations, it’s also the Official Holiday the same as India.

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There is a historical story behind the Diwali celebration, and it’s about Lord Rama coming home after killing and defeating Demon Ravan in a memorable battle of Justice. Shri Rama was back to his capital and hometown, Ayodhya after spending 14 years in exile. So, to welcome their king and lord, the people of the Ayodhya decided to clean the entire city, wear new and brightening dresses, sing songs of happiness, light up everything, and make tasty sweets. Hindu, Sikh, Jain, Buddhist, and even a few Muslims also celebrate this festival because in India people join each other’s festivals.

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People decorate their homes during this festival and cleaning of the houses, and offices start before this festival. From child to old age person, everyone loves this festival a lot. People do lots of shopping for fireworks, clothes, mobiles, lands, new homes, cars, and many other things about on this auspicious occasion.

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Diwali is also the birthday of Goddess Laxmi which is known as the Goddess of wealth. According to Hindu beliefs, she was incarnated on the earth on this day. The very first day of this festival is called CHOTI DIWALI. Many Bollywood superstars wait for this festival to launch their movies as a huge audience goes to Cinemas on this day. Parents and friends give beautiful Diwali Gifts to their loved ones and kids.

Many shopping companies like Flipkart, Amazon, Snapdeal, etc. provide the biggest discounts and deals on the Diwali festival. People visit their relatives and friends on Diwali, and it’s the next day to take blessings and present gifts to them. They wish Happy Diwali 2021 to each other and enjoy sweets and snacks with them.

Many young couples wait for their first Diwali to celebrate their partners. Many interesting facts are connected with this festival like few peoples do gambling activities in Diwali time. Lord Ganesha’s puja is also well known along with Goddess Laxmi, and Sharavati. There is a belief that the Goddess of the wealth comes to their devotee’s homes on this day and she likes clean and lighted houses very much.

They’re also a story about Diwali that on this day, Lord Vishnu Rescued the Goddess Laxmi from the prison of King Bali. In Dvapara Yuga, Lord Krishna killed the demon king Narakaasur and rescued 16,000 women on this same day. So, thus how there are many sayings and stories related to the Diwali festival.

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