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Commemorating Lord Rama’s Joyous Return to Birthplace. Discover the essence, richness of Diwali in India, a festival illuminating the joyous return of Lord Ram to his village Ajodhya. It is joyous occasion in the hearts of millions.

Diwali joyous celebration marks the historic return of Lord Ram to Ajodhya after defeating the demon king Ravana. Dive into the vibrant festivities of Diwali in India, a festival that symbolizes the joyous homecoming of beloved Ram to Ajodhya. Explore the cultural significance, traditional rituals, and the spirit of unity that permeates this auspicious occasion.

This article delves into the roots of Diwali, tracing back to the epic Ramayana written by Poet Tulasidas and the triumphant return of Lord Ram.

Significance of Diwali :

Diwali symbolizes the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. The heart of the festival lies in Lord Ram’s return to Ajodhya, where the people welcomed him by lighting lamps, a tradition continued through the ages.

Traditional Rituals :

The festivities commence with cleaning and decorating homes, symbolizing the inner light dispelling ignorance. Lighting Diya’s, bursting fireworks, and sharing sweets are integral parts of the celebration, creating an atmosphere of joy and togetherness.

Cultural Unity :

Diwali transcends religious and regional boundaries, fostering unity among divers communities in India.

In conclusion, Diwali in India goes beyond a mere festival ; it is a celebration of triumph, light, and the enduring spirit of good prevailing over evil. Diwali, with its roots deeply embedded in the ancient epic of Ramayana, continues to be a unifying force, bringing communities together in the celebration of joy, hope, and the triumph of righteousness. As the lights flicker and the festive spirit permeates the air, Diwali stands as a testament to India’s rich cultural heritage and enduring traditions.

ANJURO Welfare Society requests that come to India and see how much reverence and respect is given to the social reformer and destroyer of obstacles and on the festival of Diwali, all Indians take a pledge that we all will follow the ideas of Lord Ram to eradicate the anarchic elements of the society. Will destroy and spread knowledge in the form of light in the entire world.

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