Diwali 2020 Date: When is Diwali festival in 2020?
Diwali is one among the foremost broadly commended celebrations in India. Known as the 'celebration of light', Diwali is set apart with much energy and zeal consistently. This year it will be commended on November 14.
As indicated by the Hindu schedule, it is seen upon the arrival of 'amavasya' or new moon, the fifteenth day of Kartik. As it begins toward the finish of the trimming season, Diwali is frequently connected with riches and success. It is otherwise called Deepavali and celebrated the nation over in the fall season.
Arrangements for the celebration start from days before time. Houses and working environments are cleaned and even revamped. On that day, individuals finish their rooms with lights and candles. Post this, goddess Laxmi is venerated for satisfaction and success. At numerous spots, firecrackers are performed after which desserts and endowments are traded among families, companions and family members.
Like some other celebration, the day is related with a few legends. According to folklore, in the seventh century Sanskrit play Nagananda, Diwali has been alluded to as Deepapratipadutsava. In that love bird couples were talented lights and different things in memory of Lord Vishnu and goddess Lakshmi's marriage.
In the ninth century work of the writer Rajashekhar, Diwali has been alluded to as Dipamalika. In there, as of late followed customs of homes being cleaned and enriched with lights are expressed.
Notwithstanding, in the current day, Diwali is praised to check the arrival of Lord Rama and Sita following 14 years of outcast. It keeps on being commended as the celebration of thriving, light and insight.