Deepavali, also known as Diwali is literally translated as “a sequence of lights.” It is a celebration of good over evil. This festival of lights is observed during the darkest night (Amavasya) of the Kartik month in the Indian calendar and represents the triumph of knowledge over ignorance (darkness) (light). There is no end to time or space. On this planet, life is the same; there is neither a beginning nor an end because everything is spherical. A sphere doesn’t have a start or an end, a purpose or a direction. Truth lacks a purpose and a direction. The ultimate goal is truth, which has no end.
This Diwali, may you be empowered with knowledge and wisdom.
The First Day (Dhanteras) signifies the end of a 14-day period of darkness. On this day, the Ayurvedic (medicine) for mankind is brought forth from the ocean by the Lord Dhanvantari.
With Miles Education at your support, your life will be illuminated by this Dhanteras with new dreams, abundant wealth, and blossoming prosperity.
The Second Day (Narak Chaturdasi) marks the victory of Lord Krishna over the demon Narakasura. The devil begs Lord Krishna’s pardon, and Krishna obliges. This day is dedicated to the idea that even the worst among us have the capacity to grow and deserve compassion. It is also commemorated as the day Lord Krishna banished fear from the world. Likewise, we along with the entire Miles student community promise to overcome the fear of failure.
Diwali’s main celebration day is the Third Day (Lakshmi Puja). On this day, Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and prosperity, emerged from the ocean. As a result, Lakshmi was praised and honored, a custom that is still followed today. Earn prosperity, experience love and joy in abundance in your lives as a finance professional.
The fourth day, known as Padwa and Goverdhan Puja, is dedicated to Goverdhan Puja. Some people revere Lord Krishna on this day for saving the Vrindavan villagers from Indra’s torrential rain on this day. Give Miles Education a chance to advance and enhance your finance and accounting career during Govardhan Puja.
The Fifth Day (Bhai Duj) honors the adoration and affection shared between siblings. It reaffirms the brother’s obligation to look out for and respect his sister as well as the sister’s own expression of love. Being part of the Miles community, we promise to serve and have a bond for a lifetime.
A student’s life is all about studying and finding ways to balance. Hoping Diwali brings enough light to banish all the darkness, fear, and instability from your life!