My celeberation on Diwali - Vijay

Know about Diwali

Diwali is started on the epics age itself. Lord Krishna's wife Satyabhama killed the asura Narakasura. On that day, before Narakasura's death he requested to Satyabhama that his death should be colorful lights and all should celebrate on my death. This is done on the period of Lord Krishna that is Dwapara Yugam. The Diwali was started for the Narakasura' death on the Dwapara Yugam.

My celeberation on Diwali

Diwali is one of the famous festival in South India especially in Tamil Nadu. I am living in TamilNadu-Madurai city. We all wait for the day of Diwali. Before a month all of my cousins, relatives, friends will start asking that "have you bought the Diwali Dresses?" that will make bit more interesting. And me and my family members will used to purchase the dresses before two weeks of Diwali itself. Each will get 3 to 4 dresses for Diwali in my family. And, who and all visiting our home my mom used to show all the Diwali dresses to them and this will continues till Diwali.

The day before Diwali

The day before Diwali, evening all friends will met in one place and make hours to talk about rumors, comment all of them, etc., After 10PM we will start roaming here and there till 2AM. In my living place it will be very rush. We can't walk in the road itself that much people will be on the day before Diwali night. After 2AM all will go to their home and used to sleep for two and half hours.

On the Day of Diwali

Mom will kick me up on 4:30 to get bath. We used to take oil bath on the day of Diwali. And after 6 my dad used to make dresses arrange and we will start Pooja around 9AM. After that we will start having a breakfast. And then we used to wear new Diwali dresses and start boom the crackers on our street. After 11 AM i will slowly move to my grandma home(Moms side). And my cousins will land one by one slowly. And at evening 6PM we were around 60 members. We will Start booming the crackers there also. And after that we used to make a plan and go for Diwali releases movie on 2nd show. That will be very interesting. I will enjoy the whole day.

Next day of Diwali

And also we arrange the lunch on next day of Diwali each and every year because most of cousin's will come from other states and also from other countries. So we will arrange next day lunch and also dinner party. Each year we will celebrate Diwali for two days. After the next day smiley face will slowly decreases and ends up with Joy and Smile in heart. And as usual work will start after those two days.

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Advance HaPpY DiWaLi


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