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Diwali - Lighting of our internal with celebrating spiritual wealth

Diwali - Lighting of our internal with celebrating spiritual wealth
Diwali - Lighting of our internal with celebrating spiritual wealth
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Diwali, for business community for business - is a NEW YEAR'S DAY as because on the day "Old accounts are closed, and arguments are settled" After Sri Maha Lakshmi pooja in the evening they opens News Account books in the presence of Sri Maha Lakshmi on the "festival of lights"    


Diwali (or Divali) the name derived and comes in to existence from the Sanskrit word Deepavali  (deep + aavali)  which literally and spiritually means "a row of lights " or the  "festival of lights" This is an auspicious day, and celebrated by Hindus across the world, and for most Hindus this day is the beginning of the New Year. 


Diwali - Lighting of our internal with celebrating spiritual wealth

Shree Mahalaxmi Temple, Kolhapur



Its comes on Amavasya, the darkest day of the "Asweeyuja Maasa"  (month)  where the people performs 'by turning dark into light, and  It's historically symbolizes 'the victory of good over evil'  and celebrates 'light and life' on both community and personal fronts. On the one hand, it is a time to rejoice and feast with friends and family by cleaning and decorating Homes well with the brightest earthen lamps in every corner, and sharing excellent delicious meals prepared for friends and relatives and people of hunger. 

On a more personal front, however, Diwali is a time to 'turn inward and light the lamps of knowledge and truth in our hearts and minds' so that we can dispel the 'forces of darkness and ignorance within us and allow our innate brilliance and goodness to shine forth. Hence people performs puja of Sri Maha Lakshmi, the goddess of associated with wealth, health, education, status, children, grain, success and courage of eight qualities and gives or shower on her Devotees on the eve of this festival. 


Diwali - Lighting of our internal with celebrating spiritual wealth


Because of a lot of spirituality involved in the festival Diwali, we ask her for assistance or help in cultivating and accumulating spiritual wealth, such as compassion, forgiveness, and loving-kindness.


Diwali is a time to reflect on and evaluate our thoughts, words, and actions over the past year. It is a time to acknowledge and better understand our prejudices, negative behaviors, and bad habits so that we may begin the process of transforming ourselves. It is a time to discover how we can be more loving, kind, respectful, and skillful towards ourselves and others. And since all wealth, be it material or spiritual, should be shared with others who are less fortunate or never fortunate. Diwali is also a time to reflect on the various ways we can assist or help others and shine our light out into the world.


Just as the "flame of a lamp" (deep sikha or jyoti) always points upward, Diwali is most importantly a time to celebrate and appreciate life and to look forward to the coming year with a renewed sense of purity, purpose and passion. In the words of Mahatmas, Diwali is a reminder and an opportunity to "Be the change you want to see in the world!" This is real time to celebrate buy showing humanity with humility on the needy. 


Diwali - Lighting of our internal with celebrating spiritual wealth


Recitation: "Om Asato Ma Sad GamayaTamaso Ma Jyotir GamayaMrityor Ma Amritam GamayaOm Shanti Shanti Shanti"

it means Lead us from untruth to truthFrom darkness to lightFrom death to immortalityOm Peace Peace Peace.


Diwali - Lighting of our internal with celebrating spiritual wealth

Sripuram Sri Lakshmi Narayani Temple of Devi Shakti in the form of Lakshmi

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