Diwali preparations: Naraka Chaturdashi

Hey everyone. It’s the second day of 5 day long celebration of the grand Indian festival.. ‘Diwali‘ and today is Naraka Chaturdashi, also known as Choti Diwali, Kali Puja or Bhoot Chaturdashi.

A very happy ‘Choti Diwali’ to all of you. Well for who don’t know what it means let me tell you… ‘Choti’ is a hindi word and it means ‘small’. So today is small celebration of Diwali and tomorrow is the day for main celebration.

Diwali symbolizes “victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance”.

This day Asura (demon) Narakasura was killed by God Krishna, Satyabhama and Goddess Kali.

Today we all (my family) worked very hard. Diwali preparations are really tough (but fun). We cleaned our house and did everything what we could to make the view beautiful and clean. And it took the whole day (actually we are preparing for Diwali since a week and finally we are done now😌) and now I have a few minutes so I’m writing this post (it’s 7:00 PM here).

My Mom is preparing for the puja (worshiping) right now, so after I’ll publish this post we’ll start the puja. Then we’ll light some clay lamps to celebrate Choti Diwali.

Diwali is my favorite festival. I love it when we light a lots of clay lamps all around the house, it looks so beautiful. So I’m very excited for tomorrow😊.

Happy Diwali everyone.

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