Magic of lights

Deepavali is the memorial of world transformation. It’s a festival of lights, the oldest and most joyous among all celebrated the world over.

It creates a unique feeling of thrill and delight in every one’s mind, rich or poor; each one makes his/her own plans to celebrate it with zeal and enthusiasm.

For young and old alike, Deepavali brings good tidings and fortune, for which people clean up their homes and minds alike as they believe the goddess of wealth would visit and shower all boons on those whose premises are clean and decorated and illuminated with oil lamps or candles.

However, while cleaning our house, we should also remember to clean up our minds.

Through self-introspection, we should try to locate and remove once for all the filth that has gathered within us and which we are unable to get rid of even through repeated efforts.

This can be easily achieved by using the treasure of knowledge, virtues and experience given to us by the Almighty.

Deepavali signifies the victory of good over evil, of virtue over vice, of enlightenment over ignorance.

As Deepavali falls on the day of Amavasya, which is symbolised by darkness, there is a competition among each household to light the maximum number of attractive lamps inside and outside the house that signifies the enlightenment that comes during the darkest period of ignorance.

This Deepavali, let us all realise the value and beauty of our own spiritual self and our eternal relationship with the Supreme Being, and rekindle our inner light to spread the light of  love, peace and harmony among all human beings.

By doing so, we can celebrate true Deepavali and shower the globe with the Almighty’s rays of enlightenment.

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