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Wish You & Family a Very Happy Diwali…Diwali or Deepavali (means lighting row of lamps on darkest night of year) is biggest Hindu festival for victory of Positivity over Negativity, is being celebrated for 5 days in 2015 on November – 9, 10, 11, 12, 13th by Hindus all across the world.
Watch beautiful videos by an Indian lady at her You tube Channel…showing Ladies Traditional Dresses, Make up, Fashion accessories, etc for Diwali festival…
10000+ years old Indian culture by default adopts latest things keeping old Philosophy in its pure form completely intact i.e. MODERNIZATION withought WESTERNIZATION. Check below – New Diwali Fashion,Make-up & Lifestyle….
In 2015 Diwali is celebrated on following days, has various Spiritual & Historical, & Scientific significance…
Families, Relatives and Friends come together for a week to celebrate Diwali. There will be shopping, fashion, colorful decorations, oil lamps lighting each day, family Prayers, sharing Gifts, Nice Food, Dance, Fun Games, visiting temples, Donations, Giving charity, etc….
Diwali is a complete Mega-Festival Package of spreading Positivity, Bliss, Happiness, Compassion, Belongingness, Interpersonal bonding, Pampering & Love from Family and Elders along with Spiritual process of Hindu Goddess Laxmi worship & other prayers.
Day 1 (Nov 9) : Dhanatrayodashi
– Auspicious day for Metal buying, worshiping God Dharnvantari for giving life saving Ayurveda (herbal) knowledge to mankind.
Day 2 (Nov 10): Narak-chaturdashi
– Early morning before sunrise Royal bath with oil message & Sandal scented paste followed by family prayers & temple visit.
Day 3 (Nov 11): Deepavali-Goddess Laxmi Pooja/ worship
– Most significant day. Its a darkest night in year..Goddess Laxmi is worshiped- to bring Luck, Prosperity and Wealth…followed by greeting each others, lighting lamps, decoration, food, playing games , fireworks, all night Spiritual songs and dance.
Day 4 (Nov 12): Padwa & Govardhan Pooja
– Husband-Wife or Spouse Day….strengthen bond between spouses and other family members…praying for good health, happiness to all by sharing gifts and blessings.
Day 5 (Nov 13): Bhai Duj
– Sister-Brother Day…to increase Love & Respect bonding between siblings, sharing gifts, followed by family prayers, food, gifts, fireworks, family indoor fun games till late night.
Diwali Make up – 1
Diwali Make up – 2
Indian GRWM Hair & Makeup
Introduction to Indian Cloths & Shopping Tips
Gorgeous Indian lady is explaining all kinds of Indian Traditional ladies dresses – Anakalis, Sarris, Ghagras, Tops and Fashion accessories- Bangles, Ear Rings along with shopping tips!
Hindu Traditional Dance: Fashion & Make up
Beautiful Hindu Wedding
Getting ready for Indian Festival or Wedding
Pics-Diwali Make up and Fashion
Image credits: screenshots form above clips
Sources: KaushalBeautyVideos, google search, and all links in the post.
India is gearing up for biggest festival of year (see clips & beautiful pictures below)…Get basic idea; Why& How Hindus across the world celebrate Diwali,5 day long festival of light & colours with family, friends, relatives & communities…
Watch 9 simple steps to celebrate Diwali (Festival Of Lights), at Home with Family…Celebration symbolizes victory of Light (Positivity) over Darkness (Negativity) , Good over Evil…Shows way to get rid of Negativity/ Inferiority/ Sadness from Mind/Life & start fresh with Positivity / Confidence in future….
Indians all over the world are gearing up for biggest festival of the year, The DIWALI (Festival of Lights)…..You All Are Invited 🙂 🙂 ..Hindu / Indian culture believes – “Life is a celebration” , so all festivals generally lasts more than one day! In accord with this Grand style, Diwali will be celebrated 5 days long this year : 31st Oct, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th Nov…..
Diwali Days in 2013 and Cultural/Religious Significance:
Cultural / Religious Significance
Vasu Baras / Dwadashi
Symbolizes Welcoming Prosperity (Making your Cows & Calf happy, if any), Start putting lamps around house daily from today + Prayers + Buy New Cloths + Share special delicious Food/Sweets together with Friends, Family, Guests, Relatives & Neighbours + Play Crackers
Dhanatrayodashi / Dhanteras/ Yama Deepam / Kali Chaudas
Symbolyzes bringing Wealth in Home – Auspicious day to buy Metals Gold/Silver / Platinum /Bronze, etc + Prayers + Share special delicious Food/Sweets together with Family, Guests, Friends, Relatives & Neighbours + Lit Lamps & Play Crackers
BIGGEST Day – Worshiping Goddess Laxmi (Wealth, Well being & Prosperity) with family. Remembering victory of Good over Evil & Darkness. Taking Early moring bath before sun rise & go to temple for prayers – Today Lord Krishna Killed Narakasur Demon in Mahabharat era + Lit Lamps & Play Crackers + Share special delicious Food/Sweets together with Friends, Family, Guests, Relatives & Neighbours
Diwali Devpooja / Bali Pratipada / Govardhan Pooja
Ladies (in family) day- Husband gives gifts to Wife & Father gives gifts to Daughter + Worship of Lord Vishnu for his victory over devils + Prayers + Lit Lamps & Play Crackers + Share special delicious Food/Sweets together with Friends, Family, Guests, Relatives & Neighbours
Bhau Beej / Bhaiya Dooj / Yama Dwitiya / Gujarati New Year
Brother- Sister Day! Both give gifts to each other and shares love/affection + family prayers + Lit Lamps & Play Crackers + Share special delicious Food/Sweets together with Friends, Family, Guests, Relatives & Neighbours
More details about Diwali in next post or see here @ wikipedia
Watch clip to know basics, how Indians celebrate Diwali…
Diwali – Festival Of Lights ( Via National Geographic)
Image Credit: “en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diwali”
Sources: Wikipedia, National Geographic clip, Youtube, Google search, and all hyperlinks mentioned in the post.