Kumarmani Mahakul
Gandam, Dist-Deogarh, Odisha, INDIA
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Diwali A Festival Of Love And Light

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Diwali is a festival of love and light,
Its aim is to live in peace, not in fight.
It is celebrated to recall memory of Lord Ram,
People with sacred body offer God psalm.

Diyas hold a special significance of Diwali ever,
It symbolises removing darkness and victory over.
People of India do Lakshmi Pujan on the day of Diwali,
They keep thirteen diyas in different places gradually.

Diwali is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour,
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Saturday, October 26, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: animals,cleaning,festival of light,pet,spirituality
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Susan Williams 30 November 2019

Had to come back and read this lovely poem again! ! ! Thank you for a wonderful read

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Tirupathi Chandrupatla 14 November 2019

You captured the festival of lights so beautifully for all.

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Indira Renganathan 07 November 2019

All about Diwali is well said in this poem...this poem is for children also...such is its beautiful and simple yet elaborate flow of write....very much inspiring

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Naila Rais 05 November 2019

Lovely poem.... Full of light...10 n more... Naila

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Nasarudheen Parameswaran 04 November 2019

A very fine positive poem clarifying the purpose of the festival.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 03 November 2019

We can read and reread this amazing Diwali poem as many times as we wish, we will never get bored, since this is truly an excellent poem with the best end rhymes and we read the summing up in 5 stanzas full of interesting subjects the occurrences. One who doesn´t know Diwali at all, will get informated to understand it fully. A praiseworthy poem based upon ancient Hindu mythical history. This marvelous poem goes to MyPoemList.

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Sylvia Frances Chan 03 November 2019

A very impressing poem about India´s greatest Light celebrations ever. It is celebrated annually and as shown on the Hindu calendar. Starting the 27 Oct till the 31 Oct This festival of Lights may last. During 5 days it is celebrated with much enjoyment but also spiritually. Electric lights, small oil lamps made of clay and flames are important Diwali symbols. They represent both physical and spiritual aspects of light. A 10 Full Score n myriad of 10´s more

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Sylvia Frances Chan 03 November 2019

Celebrated annually and each year as shown on the Hindu Calendar. Next year it is a different date. But again festivity of Lights during 5 days.

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Bharati Nayak 30 October 2019

Diwali is a festival of love and light, Its aim is to live in peace, not in fight. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Diwali the festival of light has deep spiritual meaning, Vices like greed, violence, and wrath are in cleaning. It essentially does mean the awareness of inner light, And it has power to outshine darkness and to clear obstacles tight. - - - - - -A great poem about the significance of Diwali along with a message for environmental awareness.

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Susan Williams 30 October 2019

the awareness of inner light, And it has power to outshine darkness and to clear obstacles tight. - - - > beautiful- absolutely beautiful- - - we should have such a festival of light often for the sakes of our souls

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Mihaela Pirjol 29 October 2019

Happy (belated) Diwali, Sir Kumarmani Mahakul! May the sacred Light be always bright!

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