Haiku : Diwali


triumph of goodness

dipawali* exudes joy

holy light oozing

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*Dipawali or Diwali is the brightest of all Hindu festivals. It’s the festival of lights ( Sanskrit dip = light and avali = a row i.e., a row of lights) Dipawali is celebrated in autumn. Human beings are the legates of their past good and bad deeds which either mar or mark their existence on earth, either through fortunes or misfortunes.  It is believed that an escape from this is impossible. Dipawali or Diwali is celebrated all over India  and Goddes Lakshmi and  in some places Goddes Kali or Shyama is worshipped. To know visit this page.

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37 responses to “Haiku : Diwali

  1. Its a wonderful festival of Lights. And Smoke, dense smoke, booms and bangs of intensely powerful crackers. Dead sparrows, pigeons. Dog and cows without their eardrums. Despite all these I loved your way of celebrating. Enjoy.
    Happy Diwali Maniparna. 🙂


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