[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Diwali, also known as Deepawali is celebrated during the Hindu Lunisolar season of Kartika month (between mid-October and mid-November). On the day of Diwali, people worship Maa Lakshmi, the goddess of abundance and happiness. In certain parts of the world, it marks the celebration of the day when Lord Rama returned to his realm Ayodhya after defeating the demon-king Ravana.

Though, Diwali is indeed celebrated as Lord Ram’s homecoming back to Ayodhya after he killed Ravana. But there are some lesser-known reasons why Diwali is celebrated.[/vc_column_text][jnews_block_35 compatible_column_notice=”” number_post=”2″ post_offset=”0″ include_post=”52474,52488″ excerpt_length=”20″ box_shadow=””][vc_widget_sidebar sidebar_id=”contact”][jnews_block_35 compatible_column_notice=”” number_post=”4″ post_offset=”0″ include_post=”123535,123719,88898,47069″ excerpt_length=”20″][jnews_block_35 compatible_column_notice=”” number_post=”4″ post_offset=”0″ include_post=”72719,88394,7650″ excerpt_length=”20″][vc_column_text]Related Post: