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Why is Diwali Celebrated ?

With Diwali comes another fervor to continue being full of hope, following the dream, to do hard work to achieve your aim.
India, a multi-faith, multi-religious country, has different reasons to celebrate Diwali with full enthusiasm and energy.
The eve of Diwali in northern India is celebrated for King Rama’s return to Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana. We celebrate it by lighting rows of clay lamps and worshipping lord Ganesha and Lakshmi.
In south India, it is celebrated remembering how Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.
In western India, the day is marked by Lord Vishnu on defeating the demon Bali.
All three defeats remind us that the righteous will always win over evil.Let us unite and decide to defeat every evil that comes our way to save our nation, our home.

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