Diiwaalii or Diipaawlii: CELEBRATING AND PROMISING THE VICTORY OF LIVING BY DHARm OVER LIVING BY NON-DHARm......
Posted by Ashram News Reporter on November 6, 2007

 

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click here to know a lot about Diwali which is also called Deepavali, दीवाली or दीपावली or தீபாவளி in Tamil) and how it is celebrated all among different peoples of vEDik lifestyle in India and around the world....

Dipawali

HAPPY Diiwaalii TO ALL HUMANITY

AND
FROM PVAF BOARD
SPECIAL GREETINGS
WITH PRAYFUL THANKS TO

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Diwali FestivalDiwali

ON kaaARttik suD 1, svNt 2064
(= November 10, 2007)

PVAF PRAYS THAT
ALL HUMANITY HAS
A VERY SELF-WISH-FULFILLING
NEW YEAR 2063

&
PRESERVE AND LIVE BY
TRUTH AND MORALITY
FOR PEACEFUL CO-EXISTENCE AT
 FAMILY, COMMUNITY, PROVINCIAL,
NATIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL LEVELS

 AS ORDAINED BY pRjaapti bRH`maa
(at the yGN He performed to start creating all the creations (BHgvD giitaa s`lok 3.10) in this bRH`maa-day of 4.32 billion years*)

(*In the bRHmaa-day we exist in  about half duration has expired (we are presently in 7th  mNvNTR, 28th of the total of 71 kli-yug in 7th mNvNTR and 5018th year of the kli-yug of total duration of 432,000 years)

Please click on the next line to learn more about this veDik calender 2064 year end celebration this week and next week........ 



 

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Diwali (also called Deepavali, दीवाली or दीपावली or தீபாவளி in Tamil) is a major Hindu, Jain and Sikh festival/celebration. Known as the "Festival of Lights," it symbolises the victory of good over evil, and lamps are lit as a sign of celebration and hope for mankind. The reason for celebrating Diwali or Deepawali (lines of earthen lamps) is the return of Lord Ram, after killing Ravan (Demon) during his exile for 14 years. The day of killing Ravan is celebrated as Dussehra (19~21 days before Diwali). Celebrations focus on lights and lamps, particularly traditional diyas (as illustrated). Fireworks are associated with the festival in some regions of India.

Deepavali is celebrated for five consecutive days in the Hindu month of Ashwayuja. It usually occurs in October/November, and is one of the most popular and eagerly awaited festivals of India. Hindus, Jains and Sikhs alike regard it as a celebration of life and use the occasion to strengthen family and social relationships. For Jains it is one of the most important festivals, and beginning of the Jain year. It is also a significant festival for the Sikh faith.....

Read more about Diiwalli on Wikipedia web page by clcking here  

Choti Diwali

 

 

 

 

 

 

WHERE IS Diiwaalii CELEBRATED

BHaart (INDIA): Assam, Bihar, Delhi, Jammu and Kashmir, Punjab, Orissa, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh, Maharashtra, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat, Andhra Pradesh, Goa, West Bengal, Tamil Nadu, Madhya Pradesh, Kerala, Karnataka (click here to go the web page of each place listed at the bottom of the page)

OUTSIDE BHaart: Mauritius, Nepal, Malaysia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Japan, Thailand, South Africa, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Britain, Australia, Trinidad & Tobago , Guyana, Surinam, Fiji, Canada, USA (click here to go the web page of each place listed at the bottom of the page)


 



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