As you know that DIWALI 2019 is coming so we providing some of the most and interest 2019 diwali images with the addition of the diwali 2019 quotes. So friends diwali before providing a diwali 2019 images let us talk about story of dewali?why we celebrate??
Happy Diwali 2019 to all of you! Hello friends!!!!!!
Few important events have ever happened in history, festivals are celebrated today only to commemorate them. We celebrate Christmas because something important happened that day. People celebrate Eid because something good happened on the same day in the past. This is how we celebrate.
Every festival has a story behind it or it has some astrological significance. Like Karvachauth is the fourth day of the full moon in which women fast for the whole day for the welfare of their husbands and then celebrate and have a good meal. This is custom and there are some stories behind it.
Similarly, Diwali which is the ‘festival of light’ – there are some stories behind it. One of them is that on this day Shriram returned home after 14 years of exile.
According to another story, a wicked man who harassed everyone – he was defeated and then asked what was his last wish? Then he said that on the day of his last day on earth, every person of the earth should light a lamp and celebrate the death by removing darkness from ignorance. Look, what a great wish! He was also like a man who, like Hitler, used to trouble people.
He was defeated in battle by Sri Krishna’s wife Satyabhama. He was so powerful that no men could defeat him. But when a woman came in front of him, he did not pay much attention. He thought, ‘What can this woman do?’ But in reality the woman defeated him. Krishna’s first wife defeated him and Krishna was behind him.
He was named ‘Narakasura’ because wherever he used to go, he used to trouble people and make that place hell. That is why when he was asked while dying, what is your last wish now? Then he said, “My last wish is that my death should bring light into everyone’s life.” Then all the people lit the lamps, lit as many more as possible, celebrated the celebration of life, forgetting all the bitterness and celebrating life with joy and this is how Diwali was born.