With the festival of lights around the corner, a sense of excitement can be felt in the air. Since Diwali falls on the night around the new moon – it happens to be the darkest night. During this time, people light up diyas ( oil lamps), candles and lanterns all around to light up the surrounding.
Diwali is considered the biggest shopping period in India where people shop mainly for new clothing, gifts and gold. The five-day festival starts with the festival of Wealth, i.e. Dhanteras where purchasing metal ( not iron) is considered auspicious. The second day is celebrated as Naraka Chaturdasi where early morning rituals are carried out by people with oil, flowers and sandalwood. The third day is the main day where prayers are offered to Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity, any investment or spending is considered auspicious.
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