Emphasizing on light over darkness, the Diwali festival is all set to stimulate your spirit and enthusiasm and spread the message of love and smiles everywhere by exchanging gifts, lighting up the homes with diyas and lamps and thus hopes for good fortune for yourself and loved ones. It is an exquisite jubilation which is not a religion bound. It means that it may hold a special place in the heart of Hindus but do not feel astounded if seeing someone else celebrating it from the followers of Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism. Its positivity cocoons everyone and encourages to be good at heart.
The folklore behind its celebration is not new to us as we all know that how Lord Rama defeated Ravana ans some other mythological incidences may be heard by you. Its most noteworthy feature is that it also contains extended celebrations which join Dhanteras, Choti Diwali, and Lakshmi Puja followed by Godhan Puja and Bhai Duj. As Diwali is the festival of worshiping the goddess of wealth, Goddess Lakshmi, huge can be experienced and taken delights in. Like lights, crackers, sweets and galore of shopping, and each day comes with a new philosophy.
Last but not least, the fondness for Diwali can be vividly seen even outside India. Indians and Hindus in Singapore do not forget to celebrate this festival with intricate light and candle enhancement that produce a phenomenal near-perfect spectacle as night draws. And such examples really strengthen the feeling of brotherhood and oneness universally.