Speech on Diwali
A pleased & safe Diwali to every one of you presents here. I am here to share my thoughts on Diwali on this auspicious occasion.
So today we are celebrating one of the biggest festivals of Hindus in India which is also known as Deepavali. Everyone celebrates it with joy & delight with family, friends & relatives.
It is also known as the festival of light as every home is decorated with lamps or diyas this auspicious day. The significance of this festival is the victory of light over dark. People worship God Ganesha & goddess Laxmi for wisdom & wealth.
According to Hindus, the main reason to celebrate Diwali is to commemorate the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya after defeating Ravana. So this day remarks the symbol of goodness as Lord Ram returns home after 14 years of exile in forest with his brother Lakshman & wife Sita.
Diwali is a festival of positivity & happiness. People celebrate this together, which makes bonds & relationships stronger. This day is considered full of prosperity as businessman pray for their success.
Diwali is marked by buying new clothes, making rangoli, making lots of delicious sweets, lighting diyas & firecrackers. Sharing joy & happiness with everyone around us is one of the specialities of the occasion.
I am celebrating this Diwali with all my friends, family & relatives like every time. I am excited for this day throughout the year. I love decorating my home with lights & helping my mom with the rangoli.
I am always ready to have those delicious sweets made on this day in my tummy. I love cracking firecrackers & enjoying with my family as well as friends.
I wish you all a happy, prosper & safe Diwali. Enjoy the day with your family with light & joy.
Diwali Speech in English
Good morning everyone.
Today I am here to share my experience on Diwali.
This festival is celebrated every year to mark the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya from 14 years of exile to forest. He defeated the demon Ravana, so it is the victory of good over evil.
God Ganesha & Goddess Laxmi are worshipped on this day by people as a symbol of knowledge & wealth. On this very day, we all light up our homes with lamps, diyas, which is also known as the festival of lights.
Significance of Diwali is immense. It is the occasion to celebrate victory over defeat, light over darkness, awareness over ignorance, an occasion to celebrate positivity, a ray of hope & happiness.
On Diwali, we all wear new clothes & pray to God for wealth & prosperity. We decorate our home with flowers, rangoli & diyas. A lot of delicious foods are made, which includes jalebi, kheer, Gulab Jamun, gujia & many more.
We further celebrate the occasion by cracking firecrackers which produce sound & light. It is a festival of enthusiasm & happiness. It is one of the brightest festivals in the world.
However, with the celebration of Diwali, we do much environmental pollution. The firecrackers we use for our celebration leads to the release of toxic gases & smoke. It pollutes the atmosphere around us. The sound of firecrackers also adds to the noise pollution.
So this Diwali lets pledge to move towards a clean as well as green Diwali which will not affect our environment. Let us try to avoid the use of crackers which are adding to the cause of degradation of our planet.
Many initiatives are carried out to introduce the form of crackers, which will have a miser impact on the environment. The introduction of green crackers has made our celebration much more manageable, which causes less air pollution.
So this Diwali makes sure that you gift not only your near & dear ones but also the nature with less pollution. Let us celebrate this Diwali with love & care for family, friends, relatives & nature. Wish you all a happy, safe & clean Diwali.
May this Diwali
Endow you with opulence and prosperity
Happiness comes at your steps
wishing you a bright future in your life