Dipawali

Dipawali name Deepawali or Diwali or Tihar, the festival of lights, is the second biggest festival of Nepal and it falls in the month of Kartik (September-October). In this festival, people worship Laxmi, the Goddess of wealth. The festival spans five days but the major celebration occurs in the last three days. On the first two days, people worship crow, which is believed to be the messenger of God of death Yamaraj, and dog. On the third day, people worship cows in the morning and thoroughly decorate their houses, and display lightings to welcome Goddess Laxmi. During the night, the entire village or city looks like a sparkling diamond. During the evening, women sing Bhailo songs wishing for the prosperity of the house-owners. On the fourth day, people worship oxen and men sing Deusi songs throughout the night. The fifth day is the day of major celebrations. Women across the country worship their brothers and offer sweets and other delicacies. In turn, the brothers give gifts and other offerings to their sisters. This year Dipawali festival starts from 3rd  November to 6th-November -2021, this called Tihar (Dipawali) festival of colorful light. Lets, celebrate Dipawali fastivel with us as lifetime experince.