Saturday, 29 October 2016

MYTHOLOGY ASSOSIATED WITH DEEPAWALI / DIWALI

MYTHOLOGY ASSOSIATED WITH DEEPAWALI / DIWALI :


It is the glorious occasion that is not restricted to one day,
but extended to a five-day celebration. All through these five days,
people are in a festive mood. Adding to the festivity is the colourful
display of lights.

Return of Shri Ram To Ayodhyaa The most famous
legend behind the celebrations of Diwali is about the prince of
Ayodhya Nagri - Lord Shri Ram.
The king of Lanka, Ravana, kidnapped Ram's wife - Sita from the
jungle, where they were staying as per the instructions of King Dashratha,
father of Lord Ram.
In order to freed Sita from Ravana's custody, Ram attacked him.
This was followed by a war, in which, Ram defeated Ravan and
released Sita from his custody. On the arrival of Lord Ram along
with his wife Sita, people of Ayodhya decorated their homes as
well as the city of Ayodhyaa by lighting tiny diyas all over, in
order to welcome their beloved prince Shri Ram and Devi Sita.

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