Victory Celebration
Victory Celebration


Festivals at my motherland were never announced randomly as ‘Days’ but were designed for specific purpose. Historical stories associated with Diwali – festival of lights, depicts that it is one unique festival associated with National glory and celebration of societal goodness(सात्विकता) win over asuric forces. Diwali was never designed to celebrate personal wins/glories…Following stories clearly tells that Diwali is national festival to celebrate Nation’s win over evil forces.

-Lord Raam completed 14 years exile with glorious win over asuric forces and returned back on this day.
-Lord Krishna killed Narkasur on this day.
-Lord Krishna lifted Govardhan mountain
-Return of Pandavas after 12 years exile.

What do you think? Why did Pandava or Raam go to Jungle?For pastime and fun/family picnic/outing like we plan trips to Thailand/Dubai/Europe with family? Think about it. They were on mission to eradicate darkness of clouded psyche of majority of their Nation who were living animal type life. Wherever they went, they transformed local people. (For more details, read Ramayana and Mahabharata)

Therefore, Diwali is National Winning celebration. Day when we must celebrate our Nation’s win. Day when we must celebrate our efforts for Nation Building.How many hours did we spend for nation building since last Diwali? As a part of our dharma duties, it has to be at least 1/4th of year i.e. 365/4 = 90 days = 3 months worth time (remaining 3/4 is reserved for our personal life)

युयुत्सु – combatant forever. Rarest of the rare fight for dharma, most for material gain and few mighty fight for Ego (Ahmankar).
On Deepawali night, it is the first one who returns home victorious.
Best wishes for year long battle with self. Be युयुत्सु for sustaining dharma.