The description of Diwali 2017 - Diwali Crackers with Magic Touch
Diwali or Deepawali is the Hindu festival of lights, also marked as Hindu New year. So here we come with Diwali stuff like wallpapers, greetings/wishes, colorful rangoli designs and Aarti for Diwali, GIF/gif for fireworks.
- You can see Happy Diwali 2017 HD wallpapers, photos, SMS, Wishes/Quotes, Colorful Rangoli Designs and Aarti.
- You can set wallpaper and rangoli design as your wallpaper for your smartphone.
- You can share all the things from this app.
- Diwali 2017 SMS/message
- Happy Diwali gif
- Diwali 2017 photots/images
- Rangoli design for Diwali 2017
- Diwali Greetings for 2017
- Diwali live wallpaper
- Diwali crackers
- Hindu Calendar 2017-2018
* In this diwali 2017, play with some crackers and fireworks with sound effects by magic touch. Also you can set auto-mode for playing with fireworks, enable-disable sound effects, set frequency for auto-mode.
Diwali is festival of 5 days. Here is a list of all the 5 days of Diwali, with their names, religious significance and forms in different parts of India
1st Day -
The first day of Diwali is called Dhan Teras (Dhanvantari Triodas) as per Hindi Calendar and it marks the official beginning of the Diwali festivities. This day has great significance in many parts of India; people consider this as a very auspicious day and Muhurat.
2nd Day -
The second day of Diwali week is called the Kali Chaudas or Narak Chaturdasi. In some parts of India, it is simply the Choti Diwali, the day before Diwali.
3rd Day -
The third day of these festivities is the actual Diwali/ Deepawali, when Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped, along with Lord Ganesha. People light diyas and candles in their homes, and the streets all across India light up with millions of sparklers, crackers and fairy lights.
4th Day -
The fourth day is celebrated in various forms all across India. In the Western states of India like Gujarat this day is celebrated with great pomp and show as Bestu Baras, the New Year as per their Calendar. In Northern states of India, this day is widely celebrated as Govardhan Pooja and Vishwakarma Day.
5th Day -
The fifth day of Diwali festivities is celebrated as the Bhai Dooj or Bhai Beej or Bhai Teeka/ Tilak or Bhai Fota (In Bengal). Brothers visit their sisters on this day, and the sisters celebrate and prepare sweets specially in honor of their brothers, wishing a long, happy, healthy life and great success for them.
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Enjoy safe Diwali and keep too much far away from Chinese crackers market.
Wishing you a happy Diwali and prosperous new year.