Diwali Holidays 2015 - Diwali Holiday Calendar India
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When is Diwali in 2015 in India
Diwali 2015 is on 10th November 2014 - Tuesday
List of Diwali Holidays 2015 ( Diwali 2015 Dates )
8 November 2015 – Sunday – Dhanteras
9 November 2015 – Monday – Kali Chaudas, Choti Diwali, Naraka Chaturdashi
10 November 2015 – Tuesday – Diwali, Dipavali, Lakshmi Pooja
11 November 2015 – Wednesday – Padwa, Goverdhan Puja, Annakot
12 November 2015 – Thursday – Bhaidooj, Yama Dwitiya, Bhai Bij
Diwali is biggest festival and Holiday of the year in India. Diwali is celebrated largely in all part of India. Diwali 2015 is 5 day festival. Diwali is just near and hence people are very excited to know “What Date is Diwali in 2015? “. Diwali Festival Holiday Starts from 8th November to 12th November 2015.
Diwali is a festival which is favorite festival of children, elders and youngsters. So they would show curiosity that “What Day is Diwali in 2015“. Diwali Festival 2015 in India continues from Sunday to Thursday
Diwali Festival Holiday In India starts from 8th to 12th November from Sunday to Thursday.
So, what's your planning for Diwali 2015 Festival Celebrations ? ? There are few going to enjoy Deepavali 2015 with Go Green Concept ! ! some will enjoy International holidays to celebrate their 2015 Diwali... again traditional indian celebration with crackers would be always fun with Diwali Lovers :)
Diwali 2015 is just around the corner, only few days to go! Diwali 2015 Dates will start on Sunday, the 8th of November and will continue for 5 days until Thursday, the 12th of November. Looking at the fervor going around, it seems Diwali Festival 2015 is going to be the biggest event of the year for people in India and the Indian communities around the world.
You can make the Diwali 2015 ‘Festival of Lights’ a very special one - not only for your family, but also for yourself. The "Festival of Sweets, Gifts, Rangoli, Fireworks and Firecrackers" will be very soon, so why not start early and plan secretly ahead of the festivities for the greatest celebration of the year? Maybe you could already think of the most suitable Diwali gifts for your family members - for your children, your husband or wife, your parents, sisters, brothers, friends and neighbors. You can also make a list of invitees for Diwali 2015 or plan a tour after knowing Diwali 2015 Dates for the coming holidays.
Although Diwali is regarded as one of the most important festival of the Hindu calendar, it is celebrated by all the people across the nation with great enthusiasm. On the day of the festival, diyas (small clay lamps) are lit in everybody's home irrespective of their social status. The name Diwali signifies 'rows of lighted lamps' and so it’s called the festival of light.
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Diwali is a five-day festival, beginning on the 15th day of the Hindu calendar month of Kartika (Ashwin). Diwali marks the beginning of the Hindu and Gujarati New Year and is celebrated with the lighting of lamps and candles, and lots of fireworks. Due to India's varied cultural diversity there are many manifestations of the festival. As Diwali 2015 Dates are going to start from the 8th of November this year, the first day of the festival i.e. Dhanteras will be celebrated on that day.
Thus the festival begins with Dhanteras, a day set aside to worship the goddess of prosperity, Goddess Lakshmi. The second day is also known as 'Naraka Chaturdashi' or 'Kali Chaudas' in some states. According to the legend, Lord Kirshna killed the evil daemon Narakasura on this day. People worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Rama. The third day is the actual day of Diwali 2015. There are various legends associated with the celebration of Diwali. But people mostly associate the celebration with the legend of Lord Ram returning to his kingdom of Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile and defeating Ravana, the demon king.
People decorate their home with beautiful diyas and making rangoli pattern in the courtyard and in front of the gate. They put flowers and mango leaves on their doors and windows. Diyas and candles are placed on rooftops, rooms, and kitchen and even in the bathrooms. On this day, people worship Lord Ganesha, the foremost of all Hindu Gods and Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity. It is time to exchange gifts and sweets with friends, relatives and neighbors. The fourth day (Padwa) is 1 Kartika in the Hindu calendar and is also known as Govardhan Puja or Annakoot. It is said that Krishna defeated the god of rain and the heavens Indra on that day. He lifted Mount Govardhana to save people's life from the floods. Finally the fifth and last day of Diwali is called 'Bhaiduj' ('Bhai Dooj'). This is the day for brothers and sisters to strengthen their relationships.
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Joy and festivity is going to rein every corner of the nation during the Diwali Festival 2015. Diwali festival is the one Hindu festival that unites the whole of India. The exchange of sweets and the explosion of fireworks customarily accompany the celebration of the festival. Diwali Festival 2015 will bring with it cheerfulness and togetherness. This is that time of the year when people of all age and all class take part in its celebration!
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