Evergreen ADHC Participants did celebrated Diwali. During the course of 5 days, our participants and employee’s got dressed up, The center was lit with Diya’s, participants congregated every day in the morning for special spiritual pooja and prayers like Chanting, Bhajans and Aarti.
There was the traditional "Ankut" prepared by all our participants.
Tulsi vivah was celebrated on 18th of November and the ceremonial festival begun with chanting holy mantras, and worshipping lord krishna and goddess tulsi.
Saturday, 14 November, is Diwali, India’s biggest holiday which is celebrated by over a billion people across the globe. Diwali, or Deepavali, is known as the “Festival of Lights” and is the Indian celebration of good over evil, hope over hopelessness and light over darkness.
Traditionally, Diwali signifies the return of the Hindu Gods -- Lord Rama, his brother Lord Lakshmana and his wife Goddess Sita Devi -- to their homelands after 14 years of exile and defeating the demon king Ravana. Lord Rama is considered to be an incarnation of Lord Vishnu and an embodiment of righteousness, and his wife Goddess Sita is considered the incarnation of Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Upon their return, the residents of Ayodhya were overjoyed and lit lamps in their honor. Generations continue to celebrate this victory with a festival of lights.