Published On: Sun, Oct 30th, 2016

Light always prevails over darkness

New Delhi: Even in the face of the horrific events that had recently taken place in Uri, and other our border parts with Pakistan, light always prevails over the darkness of the worst of human behaviour. So, we celebrate light festival Diwali.

We (The Sen Times) express pleasure at celebrating Diwali, like a national festival.

We (The Sen Times) express pleasure at celebrating Diwali, like a national festival.

The festival of Diwali marks the beginning of the new year for several of the world’s religions.

It is celebrated annually in the fall by followers of the Hindu, Jain, and Sikh religions.

Diwali is Hindi for “row of lights.” It is associated with worship of the goddess Lakshmi, who brings wealth and prosperity, and Ganesh, the god of good beginnings.

We (The Sen Times) express pleasure at celebrating Diwali, like a national festival.

Diwali has always had a festive connotation with the belief that it symbolises the adage that evil will always be vanquished and that truth will always prevail, no matter how long it takes.

It is the light that we see that will lead us towards our destination, instilling in us wisdom and joy.

We wish you, your family, friends, everyone in the world in fact the best- progress and happiness knows no religion, cast, colour or creed.

Just as we in this online newspaper do not know.

It belongs to all.

Just like the rays of the Sun and lights of the stars that shine from above.

This year, as we extend our warmest greetings to our bureaucratic readers, contributors, advertisers, well-wishers, competitors and even those who are not entirely happy with us, we hope and pray the world would become a happier place for every human being.

Happy Diwali!

TST

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