India is the most festival celebrating country every year, where people of all the religions celebrate their different festivals according to their own culture and tradition. Diwali is one of the most celebrated, important, traditional and cultural festivals of India for the people of Hindu religion which they celebrate very enthusiastically every year by gathering together with relatives, family, friends and neighbors. It is also known as festival of lights or Deepawali. It is the festival of great joy and enthusiasm which falls every year in the month of October or November. People worship the Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesh after the sunset according to the Hindu calendar. They pray to the God and Goddess to get more blessings, health, wealth and bright future. They cook delicious dishes of foods and sweets all the five days of the Diwali festival. People play a variety of games at this day. They come close to the good activities and throw away bad habits to get the real victory over the evil power. Diwali festival is celebrated by the people with great revelry and lots of fun and frolic activities. It becomes the happiest holiday for Indian people in the year and celebrated with significant preparations. It is the festival of high significance for Indian people during which people clean their homes, decorate, do shopping, buy new things including gifts, kitchen utensils, appliances, cars, golden jewelry, etc and perform so many rituals. There are many ancient stories, legends, and myths about celebrating this festival. Girls and women of the home do shopping and make rangolis in creative patterns on the floors near to the doors and walkways of home. There are little variations in the celebration of this festival according to the regional practices and rituals.
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