Diwali is the biggest and brightest festivals of the Hindu religion. It is celebrated on thirteenth/fourteenth day of dark half of Karttika month. Though, the festival is celebrated for various reasons according to regions but theme is same as “victory of good over evil”. The festival is celebrated by Indian with religious fervors and enthusiasm across the globe.
The meaning of Diwali celebration on ritual and symbols are innumerable. It is celebrated on the auspicious return of Lord Rama with Wife Sita and Lakshman to Ayodhya after remaining in exile for 14 years in the forest. He defeated Ravana the demon king eliminating evils from this earth. It also marks the victory of Lord Krishna over demon Narakaasura and marriage of Goddess Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu. There are numerous other reasons on which the festival is celebrated by people.
Shri Ram Hanuman Vatika is organizing special Diwali celebration with ritual and puja. It will organize special bhandara for poor people and devotees coming in the festival. All devotees can come and participate in the puja to acquire blessing of Lord Ram.