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Diwali 2023: Lesser Known Facts You Need to Know Now!

Update on: 10 Nov 2023, 10:00 AM

Diwali 2023: Lesser Known Facts You Need to Know Now!

Wish You All a Very Happy Diwali from MTG Family!

The festival of Diwali, the festival of lights has finally arrived. And hence, first and foremost, we wish you a very, very Happy Diwali. It is India’s biggest religious festival celebrated across the states. As per Hindu believe Deepavali is the time of conquering evil by good and darkness by light.  This year, Diwali 2023 falls on 12th November, 2023. There are some facts which you will be amazed to know about. Let’s just dive to these facts right away.

The Festival is Commonly Celebrated Among Five Days!

Dhanteras: This day has significance for merchants/ business community. Some consider it as the commencement of new financial year. Special worship is performed for Kuber, God of wealth.

Narak Chaturdashi: This day is commemorating as day of victory of Lord Krishna over demon Narakasura.  People wake up early morning, take bath and worship. There is a significance of exchanging gifts and sweets.

 Lakshmi Puja: Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped with Lord Ganesha. The dark new moon night is lightened with earthen lamps. People decorate their houses with rangoli and flowers and burn firecrackers.

 Govardhan Puja: This day commemorates how Lord Krishna protected villagers from curse of Indra. A large amount of food is offered to the Lord. Some states also celebrate this day for the bond of husband and wife. They call it “Gudi Padwa”.

 Bhai Dooj: On the fifth day of Diwali people celebrate the love and affection between brothers and sisters.

Not only this every state and region have their own way of celebrating the festival. Every state performs certain ritual as per their believe. Isn’t it so unique and wonderful? Let know how different states celebrate Deepavali.

Uttar Pradesh

Ayodhya is the home of Lord Rama which lies in the state of Uttar Pradesh.  The festival of lights Deepawali is celebrated in Ayodhya with full enthusiasm. In the city of Varanasi special evening Ganga Aarti, lights of thousands of earthen lamps and chants of priests make a breath-taking view on this auspicious occasion. Diwali celebration in UP

West Bengal

In West Bengal the festival of Deepawali is dedicated to the worship of goddess Kali. It is said that goddess Kali is one of the incarnations of goddess Durga. On this day people perform late night prayer and rituals. Homes are decorated with Rangoli made up of rice powder and diyas (earthen lamps). Diwali celebration in west bengal


It is said that Lord Rama spent major part of his 14 years exile in Panchavati which is in Nasik district in the state of Maharashtra. There is special significance of worship of goddess Lakshmi on this auspicious day. It is a believe that goddess Lakshmi brings wealth and prosperity to the households. There are lots of delicacies served during Diwali celebration like kadaboli, karanji, shev, chakali, shankar-pale, anarse. Diwali celebration in maharashtra

Tamil Nadu

In the state of Tamil Nadu Deepavali is celebrated as the killing of demon Narakasura by Lord Krishna. As a tradition Tamilians wake up early in the morning and take traditional oil bath. They pour fragrant pepper, betel leaves and other ingredients are infused with hot oil for a pre-bath massage. After the bath people wear new cloth and drink ‘Deepavali Lehiyam’, holy drink.  Diwali celebration in tamil nadu

Andhra Pradesh

In Andhra Pradesh Deepavali is celebrated in the same way as Dussehra. A skit is played depicting the story of Narakasura killing by Lord Krishna. At the end of the skit, the effigy of demon Narakasura is lit to be burnt. Also, there is a lot of emphasis on gift exchange on this day.

While Diwali is popularly known as the “festival of lights”, the other most significant spiritual meaning is “the awareness of the inner light”. Many Diwali festivals have come and gone. Yet the hearts of the vast majority are as dark as the night of the new moon. We lit our house with lamps, but the heart is full of the darkness of ignorance. Remember friends, all the lights of the world cannot be compared even to a ray of the inner light of the Self. So, merge yourself in this light of lights and enjoy the supreme Diwali.

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