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BHAIDUJ MARKS THE FINAL DAY OF DIWALI CELEBRATIONS

The city celebrated the fifth and final day of Diwali known as “BHAYYA-DUJ” or “BHAV-BIJ. The fifth and final day of Diwali Festival is known by the name of “BHAYYA-DUJ” or “BHAV-BIJ. This day is being observed as a symbol of love between sisters and brothers. It became also imperative for the brother to go to his sister’s house to celebrate Bhayyaduj. As a festival of light and beauty Diwali encourages artistic expressions through home-decorations stage-plays, elocution competitions singing and dancing programs, making gift items and making delectable sweets thereby discovering new talents of younger people. As a result innumerable communities with varying cultures and customs mingle together to make Diwali celebrations a very happy occasion for all. With Bhaubeej celebrations, the festival of Diwali came to an end – the festival, which has been very beautifully described in poetic lines by Rabindranath Tagore that state: The night is black Kindle the lamp of LOVE With thy life and devotion.” Bureau report – NMTV

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