Flowery New Year's Celebration in India
New Year is just like a thing, that is new, and it is a pleasant, and is available for everyone to take and enjoy. New Year is not just a day only, but this is a day, which has enveloped lots of the feelings, happiness, and sense of humors in the minds of the people. New Year is celebrated globally; people from different religion enjoy this event, as this is a cheerful event for everyone and this is an event, which is available for everyone to enjoy and get pleasant.
Everyone enjoy this event differently; it’s an event of give and take, people offer and receive the gifts as a whole, and they get a pleasant event in this event, and they always take this opportunity as a pleasant opportunity, which enable them to enjoy this event. India also enjoys this event from the front face, and this event is celebrated in all parts of India with the message of living happily in a whole year, and making a hardworking in the years.
No doubt, this is the Western Trend, but this is now an Asian trend as well, and the same way is adopted to celebrate this event. Indian people have associated the New Year with the religious events whole year. If we look at the younger generation, then, this generation is more intended towards the western culture, and the major cities like Calcutta, Mumbai, and Bangalore are some of the major cities, where we will find the western culture. As a whole, Christmas is celebrated with religious ceremonies and positive resolutions, but there is also an element of dance parties, nightclubs, but with the symbolization to be energetic to meet the new challenges.
Diwali is a new year for the Hindus, Diwali is also said as Deepwali, and the meaning of this festival is the festival of lights. Deepwali marks the beginning of the year for the Hindus; this festival usually falls in the October. There is an official day on this event, people use to visit their houses, they enjoy the event as a memorizing event for them, and people enjoy a lot. Diwali is celebrated with lamps, fireworks, and lights, and people enjoy this event as a symbol of getting rid from the bad evils, getting out from the darkness, and then following a path of virtue and this is the best thing for us as a light.
Typically, Diwali celebration takes five days, and each day gathers a good importance for the people. First day of Diwali is known as Dhan Teras, it has two meanings as cleansing and purification. This is also a day of buying new things for the houses.
Second day is Narak Chaturdasi, this day is of great importance, and this is a day of celebration with prayers all day. This is celebrated to eliminate the bad evils. Third day Lakhsmi puja is conducted, on forth day Govardhan pujai s taken place, on the fifth day Bhai Duj, where prayers are done to a good year.