Good morning to everyone present here. I’m here today to give my speech on Diwali. One of India’s greatest and most important festivals is Diwali. Diwali is marked by rows of lit lamps. Hindus rejoice greatly during this time. People light up their homes with diyas during this celebration. To obtain prosperity and intelligence, people worship Lord Ganesh and Goddess Lakshmi.
The festival of Diwali is arguably the brightest in the entire world. Diwali is observed by people of many different religions. Most importantly, this event represents the triumph of light over evil. All around the country, there are flashing lights on display during Diwali.
From place to place in India, this festival’s religious significance varies greatly. Diwali connects a variety of gods, cultures, and traditions. It combines a number of regional harvest celebrations into a single pan-Hindu celebration.
Return to Ayodhya of Lord Ram is another primary cause for celebrating Diwali after he vanquished Lanka’s Asur ruler Ravana. Therefore, on this day every year, we remember it as a gesture of goodwill. Along with his wife Sita and younger brother Laxman, Lord Rama traveled back to Ayodhya. For 14 years, they were banished to the jungle.
The people of Ayodhya extend a warm welcome as a sign of their devotion to and allegiance to their lord. They turned on the lights in their homes, illuminating the entire state. Raja Rama was welcomed in this manner.
In conclusion, Diwali is a magnificent and joyful holiday in India. It is tough to fathom the wonderful contribution of this delightful celebration. Diwali is without a doubt one of the world’s largest festivities. Thank you.