Varanasi: The Sen Times wishes all it’s viewers and subscribers a Happy Diwali.
The word Diwali comes from the Sanskrit word “Deepawali”, which means a row of lights.
The Hindus celebrate this festival to commemorate the homecoming of Lord Rama after 14 year-long exile and his victory over the mythological demon Ravana.
For Jains, this festival carries the essence of spiritual upliftment because it marks the achievement of Nirvana or Moksha by Mahavira, the last Tirthankara.
The Sikhs observe Diwali as the release and return of Guru Hargobind Ji, the sixth guru, and other 52 princes in 1619 by decorating the Golden Temple with colourful lights.
Bengalis, Assamese and Oriyas worship Goddess Kali on this day, however, Kali puja of this year was celebrated yesterday.
Diwali marks the end of the Gujarati year. The celebrations are a way of offering thanks for the year gone by and all the good fortune that it brought. The day after Diwali is the beginning of the new fiscal year for Gujaratis.
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The Sen Times‘ good wishes are with you always. Stay safe, healthy and celebrate the true essence of this wonderful festival of lights today.
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