Diwali 2022: Customs and Traditions To Follow on This Festival, Things To Know

Diwali 2022: People are getting ready to celebrate the festival on Monday, 24 October.

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People in India have started getting ready to celebrate the big festival which is Diwali. It is popularly known as the festival of lights and it marks the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya, with his brother Laxman and wife Sita. Diwali 2022 is all set to be celebrated on Monday, 24 October by the people in India. The five-day-long festival celebrates the triumph of light over darkness. People in the country are super excited to celebrate the festival grandly.

Diwali 2022 is going to bring in a lot of happiness and prosperity. Every Indian family gets ready for Diwali in an age-old and traditional manner. They like to celebrate the festival according to traditions. As we are gearing up to celebrate the festival, it is important to take note of the rituals and traditions that one must follow.

Here is a complete list of the Diwali customs and traditions that everyone should follow if they want to enjoy the festival to the fullest. You cannot miss any of these because the festival of Diwali is all about traditions.

Diwali 2022: Traditions and Rituals To Follow

  • Make Rangoli

Diwali preparations start in advance as people get busy deep cleaning their homes. They welcome Goddess Laxmi to a clean and well-decorated home. Apart from cleaning the homes, people also make beautiful rangolis at the entrance. You must choose a unique design this Diwali so that the house looks decorated.

  • Light Diyas

Diyas are the main attraction during Diwali. You cannot celebrate this festival without diyas and lights. It is the festival of lights for a reason. You can make your own diyas or buy them from the markets.

They come in different shapes, colours, and designs so you can choose from a wide variety.

  • Conduct Laxmi-Ganesh Puja

Many people organize Laxmi-Ganesh Puja in their homes. They conduct Laxmi Puja to welcome prosperity and fortune. People pray to Lord Ganesh to mark an auspicious beginning. Diwali is incomplete without this puja.

  • Share Diwali Sweets

While the festival is mainly about pujas, we cannot miss the sweets and good food.

People send sweets and gifts to their loved ones at this festival. They prepare delicious sweets at home. Starting from kaju katlis to laddoos, there is no end to it.

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