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HE is ever welcome, not just at special time of year
Brief Prelude Diwali is a vivacious festival of Lights celebrated in India. It's big revelry time (akin to Christmas). The key symbolic aspect of festivity is lighting of oil lamps all around and indulging in fireworks. Night time, it's like stars descending on earth. .....Thanks ------- Diwali, festival of Light, heralding victory of God over demon, festivity of days five Home ornamented with clay oil lamps, rangoli, toranas, revelry mood sky high Day one, Gold and utensil as a auspicious omen we did procure Welcome to my “Holiday Home” at this special time of year Day two, bath before dawn, new attire, puja marking victory of light over darkness Day three, Diwali day, puja appeasing Lakshmiji – wealth and prosperity Goddess Day four, first day of New year, visiting, gifting and wishing good luck and cheer Welcome to my “Holiday Home” at this special time of year Last day, "Bhai-duj" celebrated, symbolic of love between brother and sister Guests, akin to Lotus (only plant to simultaneously fruit and flower) Bond the spread out family petals, offering fruits of togetherness to savour Welcome to my “Holiday Home” at this special time of year Family get together, time to feast on sweet delicacies barfi, pedas, ladoo New attire, exchange sweets and gifts, foster closeness with start of year new Children bursting crackers, fireworks all around resembling stars so near Welcome to my “Holiday Home” at this special time of year Most enjoy, few resent, visiting kith and kin impinge on their private spaces Children often hide their favourite toys, adults manipulate their choices Innocently same kids bond instantly, lesson to adults in guest fever Welcome to my “Holiday Home” at this special time of year Sad is moment when petals scatter, guests bid adieu, Lotus crushed, loneliness odour replacing fragrance for days few Guests are God in disguise, HE is ever welcome, why just at special time of year ? Welcome to my "Holiday Home" at this special time of year ------ Note : In Indian tradition, "Atitithi Devo Bhava", sanskrit phrase meaning - Guests are form of God. Rangoli : Drawing of multi-colour decorative forms, omens, in front of threshold Toranas : String of fresh marigold-cum-mango leaves hung at entrance Barfi, Pedas, Ladoo : Sweet delicacies Bhai Duj : Brothers & sisters meet to express love and affection for each other (For contest - "Holiday Home" by Linda Marie - The Sweetheart of P.S.)
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