Diwali 2011 : Special Rangoli Design

Diwali 2011 : Special Rangoli Design

Ahmedabad : India | Oct 21, 2011 at 7:09 AM PDT
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Krishna Rangoli design

When is Diwali in 2011?? In India, people celebrate Diwali, the 26th October 2011 with great enthusiasm and full of fireworks throughout the night. The followers decorate their houses, temples of Lord Rama and the market with lanterns and drawing rangoli fascinating to watch, the festival attractive Sun

The followers of Lord Rama on this day light up the crib, Ayodhya, with land full of biscuits and diyas to celebrate his return to the Kingdom. Lighting of diyas on Diwali means dispel the darkness and fill people's lives by hope.

Diya, also known as deep, is a small earthen lamp made of clay.Diyas light up and held in every corner of the house during Diwali.It is believed to bring light diyas and brightness of the house, while friendly Goddess Laxmi in the house. Diya is lit for the festival of Diwali as the Festival of Lights.

A traditional diya is simple, without decoration and color of the clay from the earth or mud. Today, people decorate diyas and rangoli used in construction or in the house. You can check the decorating ideas for this Diwali Diya, to, 2011.

Also, the Festival of Lights known in most parts of the world, Diwali is 26th for a day Celebrated in October 2011, with people cleaning and decorating their homes to visit the temple, lighting lamps, special prayers and drive the collection of family and community.

But in India, Diwali is celebrated over five days spread.Dhanteras is the first day on which more gold and other precious metals Hindus buy in the belief that prosperity will prevail. The second day is Naraka Chaturdashi and according to legend, he was on this day that Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.

In many places this day is also called Chhoti Diwali ("small" Diwali) known to buy a Hindu Rangoli (colorful decorations ground rice or sand) and clothing, candy and other treats. This is the most important holiday in many parts of southern India.

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Sanjay Prajapati is based in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, India, and is an Anchor on Allvoices.
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