Diwali Puja: People do not celebrate Diwali in these places of India, know the real story behind it. You must be thinking that why Diwali is not celebrated here. People also have their own belief behind this, due to which they do not celebrate Diwali nor worship Lord Ganesha and Mata Lakshmi.
Diwali Puja: Every year people eagerly wait for Diwali. This festival is celebrated with great pomp in every corner of the country. This festival is celebrated in many parts of the world including India. Lord Ganesha and Maa Lakshmi are worshiped on this day. Hindus light lamps in their homes and temples. Today we are going to tell such a story related to this festival, about which you will be surprised to know.
After all, which is the place in India where Diwali is not celebrated? And Lord Ganesha and Mata Lakshmi are not worshipped. Even the lamp is not lit at that place. Let us know why Diwali is not celebrated at that place and what is the real story behind it?
Let us first know that
according to religious beliefs, when Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after killing Ravana, the king of Lanka, the city of Ayodhya was decorated with lamps and flowers in his grand welcome. In the joy of his arrival, the people of Ayodhya had decorated the entire Ayodhya like a bride. Since then, Diwali is celebrated every year in the country on the day of Kartik Amavasya. Now after this tradition was formed, the BJP government started the program of decorating Ayodhya with lamps every year. This year also the work of decorating Ayodhya with lamps has started.
Diwali is not celebrated here,
now let us know the answer to the question going on in your mind, Diwali is not organized in the state of Kerala, India. Diwali is celebrated with great pomp in the city of Kochi only in this state. Now another question must have taken birth in your mind. We know what? You must be wondering why the people living in these places do not celebrate Diwali. So let’s tell you about it. There is a reason behind not celebrating Diwali here. The people of this region believe that King Mahabali of Kerala died on the day of Deepawali. For this reason, Diwali is considered a day of mourning for the people of Kerala.
Science also has logic
and on the other hand, the number of Hindus is also less here. According to science, there is no rain in the state at this time due to which people do not light crackers and lamps. Apart from Kerala, Diwali is not celebrated in some parts of Tamil Nadu. The people living in that place celebrate the festival of Naraka Chaturdars. Local people believe that Lord Krishna killed Narakasura on the Chaturdashi of Krishna Paksha of Kartik month. People living in these places celebrate it as Choti Diwali