Importance of Diwali Festival in India


Festivals are like glue in our life. That keeps us attached to relationships in society. When we are together as a family, friends, and society it creates a sense of unity. Unity is the most powerful weapon to fight any obstacle in life.

When the family is connected to festivals it’s a most precious and joyful time. That’s why I think festivals are important in our life.

God also feels happiest when their kids are together and happy (Results of God’s creativity). I mean humans are the creativity of God. And when we all are together, celebrating festivals with each other no matter the cast, color, poor or rich then that’s the results God is looking for.

We all work and live separately, we don’t know each other, but on festivals, you pray and wish everyone on social media and offline “Happy Diwali, “Happy Christmas”, “Happy New year”. It’s because we all are the creativity of God and we want great things.

And a person who believes in God also believes in unity, festivals, and the importance of relationships in life.

Following are the reasons, why festivals are important in our life:

1. Festivals Create Harmony with nature

Festivals are connected around the world with nature and culture. In India Navratri, Dushera, Diwali, Holi, Lohri, Pongal, Karwa Chauth, Raksha Bandhan, and Shivratri, etc. festivals have religious importance. All are special occasions based on SATYUG (The ERA of truth on Earth), DWAPARYUG, TERTA YUG, etc. stories, and real incidents. More described in PURAN AND VEDAS.

Currently, we are living in KALYUG.

That day when God killed the devils known as the most beautiful and auspicious for people.  Such as RAVAN, HIRNAKASHYAP, KANS, KHARDUSHAN, etc. are killed by God after taking special AVTAR on earth to protect people from victimization and tyranny.

Now in Kalyug or the previous era, it does not matter how different we are in color, salary, occupation, job, position, and money we are still taking O2 from trees and plants. We all need water to drink and we all need food to live. And everything around us is a part of God.

Technically, God is a group of good people in Kalyug and the Group of bad people is Devil. We need to identify that.

But all good people and bad people are children of God. God is everything, nature is God. Plants, Trees, birds everything that you see have part of God.

We humans can’t live without plants, trees, water, animals, etc. on the earth. Even this world is impossible without humans and other natural parts. When all part of nature connects with each other for good cause then it creates harmony in society.

And that’s why we all connect on festivals with each other to remember that God is here and we need to follow good natural practices.

So for the development of Nature (humans, animals, water, air, etc.) and harmony between people in society, it’s important to celebrate festivals.

But the problem is we are selfish and lost our common sense for example cutting trees, polluting water and air, cutting mountains for industries and doing thousands of devil practices online and offline.

You need to remember that there are devils in each ERA. Today’s devils use Facebook, and Whatsapp and they wear Jeans and Tops, they become politicians later than rule people, they create social tension in society, today’s devil’s teeth size is small and their laughing style is changed. Today’s devils look great in person and have popularity around the world. I mean fake popularity.

But that’s why each day (morning and evening) we all do the prayer, worship in Temples, Majeed, and Gurdwara in our own style and comfort to GOD that kills the devils and protects and saves our lives.  And we do this more on special days and these days are festivals. Then what do you think? It’s not important to celebrate to pray together to kill the devils and protect nature from unnatural practices.

It’s important to celebrate and even make Dushera, Holi, Navratri etc. holy festivals more viral on the Internet and offline so it scares the social, political, and media monsters and spread more love than hate.

That’s why it’s important to celebrate festivals so that the devils, monsters, and bad people in society or inside us get an education, fear, and a sense of God.

It’s important to remember that God is near and festivals are the days on which we connect with God and nature more deeply than any other day.

2. Festivals Spread Brotherhood and faith

Festivals spread brotherhood and faith in all humans. People at festivals are connected with God and lessons. Connection with God creates a positive attitude in their behavior towards other people.

And positive behaviors toward everyone no matter of cast, religion, color and occupation and a sense of respect for everyone spreads brotherhood, love, and faith in society.

That’s why festivals are important to celebrate. It’s because festivals are the oxygen of society and the life of society, brotherhood and faith are dependent on how much we care about each other.

When everyone follows his/her duty and cares about the other people and the whole part of this nature then social development begins.

Festivals are a chance for the whole people of the country and world to work and connect for a cause. So that it spread brotherhood, faith, love, a sense of respect, and duty between people. That’s why festivals are important occasions that have to be celebrated peacefully and without destroying others’ emotions and beliefs.

3. Festivals speed up the economic development

People buy more goods and services during festivals. It’s because they get a discount on luxury items and various attractive schemes on products and services from sellers.

Government and private employees get special bonuses, gifts, and holidays to celebrate festivals with family.

Everyone arranges and spends money on festivals. That increases banking and cash transactions. More items sold mean more tax collection for the government. More people get money and it increases investment later.


You can explain the festival’s importance on many points because of its wider reach around the world. All religion has their own method and festivals. And all are respectable.

That’s how festivals work in a society like glue and why it’s important to celebrate festivals.

Another most important thing I have to say is that you don’t need to wait for festivals to spread love, happiness, and care in society, and relationships. You can do it anytime according to your situation.

But remember that if you care and have a love for humanity and people more than their religion and cast indifferences then you’re a great human and society, every country needs people like you. Your work and practices describe you more than your profile and status in society.

It’s good if you share some points, about why you celebrate festivals.

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