Let’s Welcome Diwali 2015: Say Bye to Dussehra


Let’s Welcome Diwali 2072: Say Bye to Dussehra

Dussehra of 2072 (2015) is going, means bye bye and Diwali of 2072 (2015) is coming, means Welcome. Let’s welcome to Diwali and say bye to Dussehra till next year.

There are hundreds of festivals, celebrating in Nepal. Different communities and ethnic groups observe different festivals. And it is fact that there are hundreds of communities and ethnic groups in Nepal. Amidst hundreds of festivals, Dussehra and Diwali are one of the major and most important festivals celebrated in Nepal, in Hindu pantheon. Dussehra and Diwali are known as the two greatest festival of Nepal. Diwali festival falls after Dussehra festival. Diwali is celebrated after 20 days from the day of dashami (Vijayadashami) of Dussehra.

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Happy Vijayadashami Wishes Cards

Now Hindus are at such a place of that time and situation where one can only say bye bye for Dussehra and you are welcome for Diwali or Tihar 2072 (2015). Dussehra has gone for 1 year and Diwali is coming after someday. So, let’s welcome heartily Diwali 2072 (2015).

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Deepawali Rangoli Designs Decoration

Dussehra 2072 (2015) Bye Bye – Diwali 2072(2015) Welcome

Dussehra is one of the longest festival of Nepal. It is celebrated 15 days. Diwali is also major festival of Nepal but it is celebrated for 5 days. Diwali is the 2nd major festival of Nepal in Hindu pantheon. These two festival Dussehra and Diwali is the festival of blessing, harmony, peace and fun in all over the country. Both festivals Dussehra and Diwali marks the happiness and end of the yearly harvest. Most of people are free from all the harvesting. It’s time to celebrate their hard work and good harvest. But this year Dussehra became rainy in Nepal. It disturb to celebrate Dussehra with freely and happiness. Let’s welcome Diwali as our hope. Diwali festival is the festival of lights with flower and fruits. Diwali is also known as Tihar  in Nepal and Diwali in India.

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Dussehra 2015 Bye Bye:  Diwali 2015 Welcome

Diwali festival of Nepal symbolizes the bond between nature, animal and characterizes the beautiful and strong bond between brothers and sisters. It is also known as or marked as festival of brothers and sisters. Most of Nepali love Diwali festival more than Dussehra as this is the festival where there is no practice of animal sacrifices. Lots of flowers and lights are used to decorate the houses and street all over the country. Both these festival has cultural and religious values. We can say proudly that our country is indeed rich with culture where we are taught to love and protect fauna and flora. We are taught to love and beloved during festival. We would like to wish all the people happy Diwali 2015. May our country be blessed with “Goddess Durga and Goddess Laxmi” and may peace and prosperity prevail our country and countrymen.

Dussehra 2015 Bye Bye = Diwali 2015 Welcome

Bye bye Dussehra 2015 and welcome to Diwali 2015. Bye bye Dussehra 2015 and welcome to ID 2072 2015. Bye bye Dussehra 2015 and welcome to Chhath 2015. bye bye Dussehra, wel come Diwali Bye bye Dussehra and Deepawali. Welcome Chhat and Id.

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Jitendra Sahayogee

I am Jitendra Sahayogee, a Writer of 12 Nepali Books, Director of Maithili films, Founder of Radio Stations, Designer of Websites and Editor of Some Nepali Blogs.

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