Diwali it is the festival of the light or row of lights which is the symbol of coming of Lakshmi to the home and victory of truth over the evil. It is the one of the most prominent and famous Hindu festivals of India, celebrated with great gusto and fervor. However, in the Sanskrit, the word Deepawali means “rows of lights” so this festival is also known as “Festival of Lights”. However, in this article we will discuss about Happy Diwali Animation.
Happy Diwali Animation:
India is the great country known as the land of festivals. One of the famous and most celebrated festival is Diwali or Deepawali which falls every year 20 days after the festival of Dussehra in the month of October or November. On this day people light up diyas everywhere on the homes, streets, shops, temples, markets, etc.
Happy Diwali animated
There are various people who live apart from their families. So today in the fast world of the Internet. Most of the people send Animated videos, pictures or GIF to their families, relatives, friends and to their loved ones. Through this they wish them and send them the greetings of the Diwali.
Diwali Animation Videos:
There are various animated GIF, pictures or Videos for the Diwali as well as for any other occasion or festival. These consist lots of images such as burning crackers, lighting up diyas, doing puja, eating sweets, etc. The gif is also a creative way to wish everyone very happy and prosperous Diwali. Thus, most of the people now generally send thee type of messages and celebrate this festival in a more creative and unique way.
Happy Diwali Animated
However, there is also a common beliefs of people that if on this day new things are purchased then it would bring home the Lakshmi. People buy gifts, clothes, sweets, decorative things, fire crackers and diyas. Kids buy toys, sweets and crackers from the market. Moreover, in the evening Lakshmi puja is held by the people at their home by lighting lamps. People take bath, wear new clothes and then start puja. As well as they pray to God for the happy and prosperous life. And in the last they enjoy burning fire crackers and playing games. Hence, in this way people celebrate this lightening of the festival.