It’s time to celebrate the annual Diwali Festival in India. PlayHugeLottos.com takes a look at some of the great traditions you will find at the festival and why you should play the lottery while the festivity takes place.
The festival represents the start of the Hindu New Year starts on 13th of November and will last for 5 days. Diwali is celebrated throughout all of India and Nepal.
Festival of Lights
Diwali is one of the biggest and brightest festivals in the Hindu culture. If we take a closer look at the etymology, we will come to understand why they say Diwali is the festival of light. Deep means light and avali means a row – thus a row of lights. The main event takes place on the 3rd day of the festival. On this day candles and small clay lamps are lit everywhere and fireworks are set off. This is also the day where people “clean” their house to welcome new things and beginnings.
It would not be a bad idea to play your favourite lottery entries throughout these festivities as Diwali is known for bringing luck, prosperity and new beginning.
The very first day of the festival is known as Dhantrayodashi or Dhanvantari Triodasi. This originates from Dhan which translates to Wealth. As this day is considered an auspicious day in Hinduism, we can’t think of a better day to purchase your lottery tickets.
Make space for new things in your life, physically and mentally, light candles and enjoy the light in your life – last but not least: Make sure you get hold of your lottery tickets in this festive period!
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