The first day of Tihar :- The festival of Tihar is celebrated throughout Nepal, including India and Bhutan. It has been celebrated as a religious festival in Nepal since ancient times.
The festival of Tihar celebrates the victory of good over evil. It is also believed to be a festival that celebrates love and harmony among all humans. A festival of Tihar is a festival which is observed by millions of Hindus worldwide.
There are so many different festivals, celebrated in different parts of Nepal. Different ethnic groups and communities celebrate different festivals. And among all the festivals, Tihar and Dashain are among the most important and popular festivals in Nepal. The Tihar festival is celebrated for five days. In this festival, people worship Goddess Laxmi, goddess of wealth.
The festival of Nepal celebrates for the Goddess of wealth.
The Tihar festival is also known as festival of lights. In this festival, the people of Nepal welcome in the Goddess Laxmi with great joy and happiness. People decorate the home and then burn the lights.
Tihar and Dashain are not only celebrated in Nepal; is also celebrated in other countries.
In Nepal and India, the festival of Tihar and Dashain have very different meaning. In India, the celebration of Tihar celebrates the joyous day and is called Diwali in India, the festival of Tihar celebrates the Goddess Laxmi.
The festival of Tihar starts on the day of Kag Tihar and with Bhai Tika, the fifth day of Tihar.
In Nepal, the festival of Tihar celebrates the Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesha. The people of Nepal celebrate the Laxmi Puja day for the Goddess of wealth. On this day, they give offerings and food to the Goddess Laxmi. They also bless his footsteps.
The festivals of Nepal are also very different in other parts of the world. And it is the responsibility of the people of Nepal to celebrate the festivals of their country.
How to Celebrate Tihar Nepal
Tihar which is also calling Deepawali or Yamapanchak and Diwali, a traditional five-day long festival in India and Nepal, is a traditional five day-long celebration, which is celebrated at different places in both the countries. In Nepal it is a significant festival. Its primary purpose is to celebrate the victory of good over evil and its blessings on the entire society.
The concept of Tihar dates back thousands of years. It is believed that it is an actual festival which originated during the time of Lord Rama.
The tradition of Tihar is also believed to be traced back to ancient times. A renowned legend states that Goddess once saw a woman in Nepal’s forests who would dance around offering prayers to Goddess.
So if you want to celebrate Tihar, it is important to take all the right decisions in order to bring positive results. After the festival, it is advisable for a family to visit the place together so as to offer prayers to Goddess.
You can also celebrate your version of Tihar to make it unique and special. The best way to enjoy this festival is by visiting with friends and relatives who are close to you. Ensure that you have a harmonious and peaceful environment in which you will be able to celebrate your festival.
It would be best if you also planned to avoid making unnecessary plans during the Tihar Nepal. When you do not intend, you may not be able to achieve the best results.
So, if you want to celebrate Tihar in a proper manner, then make sure that you plan the celebrations well in advance. It is essential that you keep the occasion as peaceful as possible so as to bring positive results in the minds of your guests.