10 Lines on Diwali Festival in English — LEARN WITH FUN
10 Lines on Diwali Festival in English for students of class 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 (150 words)
- Diwali is the most popular Hindu festival and people celebrate it all over India.
- This festival comes in the month of Kartika on amavasya- the darkest night in the Hindu calendar (October or November).
- Diwali is also known as Deepavali or Divali.
- Diwali is the festival of lights.
- On this day, Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile. So people welcome him by lighting diyas, candles & lantern.
- We worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha on Diwali.
- Everyone cleans and whitewashes their houses before Diwali and decorate their home with lamps, electric lights, flowers and rangoli.
- People and children wear new cloths and eat sweets. People distribute sweets and gifts with their relatives.
- We celebrate Diwali by bursting crackers and lighting clay lamps and candles at night .
- Diwali festival spreads the message of brotherhood, unity and love.
10 Lines on Diwali Festival for children
20 Lines on Diwali in English
These 20 Lines are on Diwali Festival in English for students and children of class 6, 7, 8, 9& 10 (350 words).
- Diwali is the most celebrated festival of Hindus. But non Hindu communities also celebrate this festival.
- Diwali comes in the month of October or November ( Kartika month as per the Hindu calendar).
- Deepavali means festival of lights.
- Diwali is celebrated on Amasvasya that is no moon day or the darkest night in the Hindu calendar.
- Diwali is the festival of lights because it symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.
- This festival is celebrated to welcome Lord Rama, Goddess Sita, Laxman and Hanuman. Because they defeated the demon Ravana and his army, they came back to Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile.
- This festival also associates with worship of Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity.
- According to Hindu mythology, on this day, Lord Vishnu killed Demon Narkasura. Hence, this victory shows triumph of good over evil.
- Diwali is also known as night of wedding of Goddess Lakshmi. On this day Goddess Lakshmi wed to Lord Vishnu.
- Diwali festival is the five days festival starting from Dhanteras (two days before Diwali).
- People buy utensils, gold and do shopping on Dhanteras.
- For celebrating Diwali, people start preparation by cleaning, white washing and decorating their houses.
- Diwali is the festival for removing all the clutter from your house as well as from your heart.
- On Diwali, people forget all disputes, negativity and hatred because this festival spreads the message of brotherhood, unity and love .
- People visit their friends and relatives. Therefore, people distribute sweets and gifts on large scale.
- People decorate their houses with electric lights, lamps or diyas, candles and flowers.
- Beautiful Rangoli is made with flowers, flour, and colored powder in order to welcome the Goddess Lakshmi.
- People worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha in evening or at night ( according to worship timings) and also, eat sweets.
- People and children wear new clothes and also celebrate the festival by bursting crackers.
- Diwali has significant religious and spiritual importance.
5 Lines on Diwali Festival in English
5 Lines on Diwali Festival in English for students of class KG & 1 (50 words).
- Diwali is a festival of lights.
- On eve of Diwali, people worship Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Ganesha & Lord Rama.
- People and children wear new clothes.
- Everyone eats sweets and burst crackers on Diwali.
- People decorate their houses by lighting diyas and candles.
Originally published at https://theaugustboy.com on October 18, 2020.