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Hindus across the world celebrate Diwali festival in honor of the return of Lord Ram with his wife Sita and his brother Laxman from the exile of 14 years after Lord Ram defeated Ravana, the demon king of Lanka. The main Diwali day is celebrated as Laxmi Puja. On the evening of Diwali people worship Maa Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Additional deities Ganesha, Saraswati and Kuber are also worshiped on Diwali along with Goddess Laxmi. After puja people lit diyas and candles; and go outside to enjoy fireworks. The exchange of gifts is also one of the main rituals of this festival. People offer Diwali dryfruits hampers, sweets, chocolates and other Diwali gifts hampers to their loved ones on this festival.

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Five Days of Diwali Celebration: Important Dates

17th October 2017: Dhanteras or Dhana Trayodashi
18th October 2017: Choti Diwali or Naraka Chaturdashi or Kali Chaudas
19th October 2017: Main Diwali or Lakshmi Puja
20th October 2017: Govardhan Puja, Padwa or Balipratipada
21st October 2017: Bhai Dooj or Bhai Tika or Bhau Beej

Rite of Diwali Puja and Required Ritual Elements for Lakshmi Puja

Before Diwali houses are cleaned properly and decorated well to welcome the Goddess Lakshmi, the wife of Hindu Supreme God, Lord Vishnu. Puja ceremony is observed very piously. Following elements are required for Laxmi Puja on Diwali.

Idols of Laxmi and Ganesha

Brass or Copper Puja Thali

A Piece of Red Cotton Cloth

Coins (if possible take Silver or Gold Coins)

A New Note Book

Flowers and Flower Petals

Fresh Fruits (Apple, Banana, etc)

Dryfruits (almonds, raisins, cashew nuts, etc)

Indian Sweets and Mithais

Water in Small Brass or Copper Pot

Earthen Diyas filled with Desi Ghee

10 Pcs Betel Nuts (Supari)

Unbroken Uncooked Rice (Akshat)

Red Roli and Kumkum for Tilak

5 Pcs Paan or Mango Leaves

1 pc Coconut

Mauli Threads


Agarbatti (Incense Sticks)

Havan Samagri, Dry Mango Sticks

Cow Dung and Cow Dung Cake

Flower Garland


Desi Ghee

Rose Water

Ganga Jal or Pure Water