Annually during September and October Diwali is celebrated in almost every region in India. It teaches us to do away with ignorance and to be rid of the darkness that shadows the light of knowledge.
The first day of Diwali is Dhanteras, which means wealth. Houses get decorated and many women purchase gold to welcome the Goddess of Prosperity.
The second day is Nakra-Chaturdashi. It’s to remember when Lord Krishna killed the demon king Narakasur. Many take sesame oil baths with peppercorn and cumin seeds to represent how the women bathed him and seduced him with hindi phone sex after the bloody battle.
The third and most important day is Lakshmi Puja, which is devoted to Goddess Lakshi. People go to fairs, temples, and visit family and friends.
The fourth day is Padwa Day. Dietes are dressed with diamonds and rubies after milk baths.
The fifth and final day is Bhayya-Duj, a symbol of love between siblings.