Diwali which is one of the biggest festivals that India celebrates every year. This festival is called as Festival of Lights.It is that time of year where the climate of winter marks its presence & everyone are excited to have their best ethnic collections which makes the festival an enlighten one. There are many reasons why Diwali is celebrated but the main reason is that Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile with wife Sita & Brother Laxman. But this year it is something special because after 490 years Diya was lit where Ramlalla has been placed.
The people of Ayodhya celebrated this day by having a festival of Diya’s known as Deepotsav. It was celebrated in the august presence of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath & Governor Anandiben Patel. They performed the puja of Lord Ram. Ayodhya celebrated its first Diwali post supreme court decision of constructing the temple at Ram Janmabhoomi Site. Leaving all Indians but for the people of Ayodhya it was a pride moment because all the sacrifices, problems & difficult time that they had faced for so many years has came to an end.
Deepotsav was celebrated by lightning the Diya’s which is the symbol of positivity, new opportunities. There were around 6,06,569 Diya’s which were light up on the banks of holy Sarayu River on Ram ki paidi ghats. It created Guiness World Record for the largest display of Oil Lamps. The city was looking an wedding bride with taste of colors making a night to remember for the people who visited. It added the flavor of laser show as well as a grand show of Darbar of Ram Lalla & Ramayana. This is nothing but different colors of Incredible India!
Deepotsav brought people together to enjoy the night with their family, friends who were not able to meet due to this pandemic of Covid-19. Yeh Diwali Dil Wali! Jai Shree Ram.