Festival of Diwali is a symbol of Joy and celebrations .There are several legends to the festival of Diwali. Many believe that, Diwali is the celebration of King Rama’s return to Ayodhya after his victory over Ravana, as told in the epic Ramayana. Celebrations match the return of a victorious king back to his kingdom and people. Others trace the origin of Diwali to the Mahabharata, where it is marked by the return of the five Pandavas from their exile in the forest. It is a symbol of return of Peace and prosperity.
Another legend behind Diwali marks the day of Narak Chaturdashi, the 14th day of the second half of the month Ashwin and the second day of Diwali, as the day when Lord Krishna killed the devil Narakasur and freed the 16,000 women he had held captive.
Rudraksha (Rudra + Aksha) is believed to have originated from the tears of Lord Shiva who according to the scriptures had killed demon ‘’Tripurasur ‘’to bring peace and harmony to all. Rudraksha truly signifies the spirit of Diwali, of empowerment, of overcoming negativity and removing our sins and leading us to purity.
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