Little vacation with a cause...

KNICKS & KNACKS By KNICKS & KNACKS, 27th Oct 2014 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL
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The auspiciousness of the festival is within oneself and Diwali ushers a lot of positive and happy vibes around.

Diwali : 23rd October 2014 - Sunday

India 2014, witnessed some interesting dates which made the weekend really long.. like Holi 2014 , 17th March, Monday with preceding 15th & 16th as Saturday & Sunday made the break little longer..
So one of these long weekends is during the Diwali 2014 , although it wasn't so much perfect with the days but It started from Thursday 23rd October as Diwali and with an absent on Friday 24th and then Saturday & Sunday, so 4 no-office days.
Some had plans for getaways nearby , some planned to visit respective home towns to celebrate Diwali with family but most of them in India they toil with pleasure for the preparation of pujas and other rituals like holy fasting and all. In India different people have different kinds of rituals and customs with different objectives. Some worship Goddess Laxmi while some pray for the destruction of the evil , for some it is supposed to be the first day of their respective calendar, so over-all its very auspicious.
The favorable & promising feeling during the festivals make life bright & optimistic and this is the prime reason of auspiciousness.
So Diwali is one such auspicious feeling we Indians have engraved profoundly into our lives, and this feeling actually derived from the phenomenon of Destroying Evil, the phenomenon descended to the Humans from the Mythological age.
Celebrated all over with truth irrespective of caste & creed, brightness within, loads of fun filled cuisines, togetherness and etc etc, as in when we are advancing in life , elements of auspiciousness within are also changing, for that matter some feel auspicious by lending their hand to the needy or by the joy of giving!
In one of the mythological coincidence yet philosophical and philanthropic it says that there is a ALI in DIWALI and a RAM in RAMZAN , this gives a lot of hope clearing away the caste & creed animosity around.


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28th Oct 2014 (#)

Thank you Steve.

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