Wish you all a very Happy Diwali wishes by Chef Chilkit Pareek.
Diwali is a biggest Hindu festival of India. Diwali is a festival of lights and the victory. This year Diwali is on 7th November. This is my second Diwali that I am going to celebrate far from my house and family. From my childhood every Diwali I used to celebrate with my family, except when I was working in singapore and this year. This year I am in Bali, so I thought that I should celebrate this Diwali with all of you throw my article.
As you all know that Diwali is the festival of victory of lord Shree Ram’s return to Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana after the exile of 14 years. Diwali festival is the symbol of victory of goods over the evils.
Diwali is also known as Deepawali. This is the festival of lights. On this day, you will only see lights everywhere. This day is very auspicious and is celebrated with great enthusiasm all over India. All the people celebrate their festivals according to their own culture and tradition. The word ‘Diwali’ means rows of lighted lamps. As this is a festival of lights. During this festival, people light up their houses, shops and market with Diyas. On this day, we all worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, prosperity and good fortune. The preparation for the celebration of this festival starts a month ago. We all clean our houses so that goddess Lakshmi comes to our house and provide our family good fortune, wealth, and prosperity. Decorate our houses to make Rangoli.
This is a 5 day festival starts from Dhanteras and ends on Bhai dooj. Five days of Diwali is Dhanteras, Roop chaturdashi, Diwali, Govardhan Pooja and Bhai dooj.
Diwali is Festival of new things, begins from that day. On Diwali wear new clothes Buy new things like gold, silver and kitchen utensils etc.
Ohhhh…. Main thing Sweets….second name of Diwali for me…Lot’s of sweets. We make sweets and like to share with all our family and friends. We celebrate our festivals with sweets. Here, Like jalebi, Balushahi, Gulab jamun, Mohan thal…lot’s of.
Here, I am going to share some recipes of sweets….