Festivals gives society a new excitement, stimulus and consciousness. India is a religious country, so Indians celebrate all festivals in a year. We know that a year has twelve months and we celebrate thirteen festivals in these twelve months. Among all festivals, Diwali is one of them. It is the festival of light. Indians celebrated Diwali on the month of October or November in the new moon. It is a great festival of all Hindus. Every India celebrated Diwali with great joy. It is celebrated for five days. The first day of Diwali Dhanteras. It is also known as Dhanatrayodashi. Dhanteras consist of two words Dhan, which means wealth and Teras means 13th lunar day of dark night (Krishna paksha) in the month of Ashwin. In this auspicious day, people buy either gold or silver and adore Goddess Laxmi with a belief that wealth and money increase by the blessing of Goddess Laxmi. The second day of Diwali Narka Chaturdashi or Choti Diwali. The third day is most important and it is the main Diwali day. people celebrated Diwali by burning lamp and candles, as this festival is the symbol of victory over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. The 4th day of Diwali is Nutan Varsha, the Hindu new year day for many regions of India. The 5th day of Diwali is Bhai – Duj, love and affection between brothers and sisters. Many stories behind the celebration of Diwali. The King of Ayodhya Lord Sri Ramchandra returned to Ayodhya with Goddess Sita and brother Laxman by killed Ravan. So the people of Ayodhya decorated all palace by lightning with lamp and candles. From that day we celebrated Diwali by lighting everywhere. Another story- “God Vishnu killed demon Narakasur in this day”. As it is the victory good over evil, so people celebrate it by burning light. Another story is in this day goddess Laxmi appear from Samudra Manthan and married to Lord Vishnu. All these stories are behind the Diwali. In this day people make their homes neat and clean and wear new dresses. In this day people adore God Ganesh and Goddess Laxmi and Goddess Kali. Sweets and nates made at the home. In the evening all homes are lightning with lamps and candelas, as it seems like a day at night. In this day people give death anniversary to their predecessors. Children enjoy themselves by burning sparklers, rockets and fuljharis. In rainy season many insects and mosquito-born. But due to burning of lights they die. In this way we celebrate Diwali. Diwali brings happiness with spiritual calmness to people. All environment becomes clean and holy. As outside become clean, all heart and soul also become holy. It brings new hope to people, to victory over evil, darkness and ignorance.