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Ravi Agrawal Diwali wishes

The festival of lights-Diwali is the most awaited celebration in India. And why only India? Today, it is celebrated almost in all parts of the world. This is mainly because the Indians take their traditions along with them wherever they go and as of today, thousands of Indians are residing in different foreign countries.  So, in a way Diwali has become a global festival.  Although most of the rituals of Diwali are traditionally performed at home, Lakshmi Puja is one tradition that is also carried out at homes as well as at commercial places, business houses, shops and at every place of work.

The Legend Behind Lakshmi Puja

Diwali is a symbol of purity and welcoming light and eliminating darkness. Different legends are associated with this festival. Goddess Lakshmi symbolizes wealth and prosperity and hence on the special Diwali day, Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped in the evening. Diyas are lit, sweets are distributed and crackers are burst to welcome prosperity and happiness.

In the northern areas of India such as Punjab, Bihar, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh it is believed that this is the day Lord Rama came back to Ayodhya after killing Ravana in an epic war. The Diwali celebrations mark the coronation day of King Rama after his return. This victory is considered as dominance of good over evil and hence people celebrate Diwali by lighting lots of lamps and bursting crackers.

Another story that is an integral part of Lakshmi Puja is of King Bali. He was a demon king but very generous as well as ambitious. He defeated King of Gods and captured all the land, underworld and even the heaven. He had also captured Goddess Lakshmi and hence everyone became poor including the Gods. To release the captured area and also the Goddess Lakshmi, Lord Vishnu took the disguise of a dwarf Vaman and in his three strides covered all the three worlds and thus released Goddess Lakshmi. This is the day today on which Lakshmi Puja is performed so that the flow of prosperity and wealth is directed towards your homes.
L7 is a big business conglomerate of Nagpur that believes in all the Indian traditions that unite mankind and take forward the ethos of humanism.  Its chairperson, Ravi Agrawal is a known philanthropist who is engaged in multiple acts of charity and believes in extending his professional support to skilled and dedicated people.

L7 Reveres and Worship Goddess Lakshmi    

L7 is a big business conglomerate of Nagpur that believes in all the Indian traditions that unite mankind and take forward the ethos of humanism.  Its chairperson, Ravi Agrawal is a known philanthropist who is engaged in multiple acts of charity and believes in extending his professional support to skilled and dedicated people.

The Lakshmi Puja is performed with great reverence at L7 and prayers are offered for the prosperity and welfare of everyone.