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Diwali greetings

Diwali lights

Diwali, the festival of lights, is approaching, which is celebrated in India, but now almost all over the world. Deepavali means a series of lights. Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya on this day after his victory over the demon Ravana on the island of Lanka. Hanumanji brought the news of Lord Rama's arrival to Ayodhya. The inhabitants of the city waited all day for the arrival of the Lord, and in the evening they hung lanterns on the tree branches to illuminate Rama's path.

The eternal battle between good and evil never ends. It repeats itself over and over in every world age.

Sri Krishna also defeated the evil demon Narakasura on this day. In the end, the bad, the negative, and the selfishness will always be at the bottom. Light rises from the darkness of ignorance, and the light of knowledge, wisdom, and love shines forth.

The battle between good and evil is also taking place within us. Our good qualities fight against our negative urges. But in the end, good must always win. This is the spiritual meaning of Diwali.

Diwali is the birthday of Bhagwan Sri Deep Narayan Mahaprabhuji. He is the incarnation of Divine light, love and wisdom.

May the festival of Diwali bring endless joy to your life! We wish you a wonderful new year full of successes and achievements!