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    Happy Diwali Long Poems

    Happy Diwali  Long Poems

    Happy Diwali  Long Poems

    It's the "Celebration of Lights" today, 

    It's again the day of Diwali, 

    It's a great opportunity to spruce up people, 

    It's a great opportunity to enhance the thali. 

    It's the event to throng the sanctuaries, 

    Appeal to the Gods and give them offerings, 

    It's a chance to beg the divinities, 

    To favor all of us and free us of sufferings. 

    It's the day to light the diyas, 

    Touch off the rockets and burst saltines, 

    But at the same time it's an ideal opportunity to be sheltered, 

    From the firecrackers and every one of the sparklers. 

    It's the season to visit, 

    To every one of our companions and relations, 

    To hand them over desserts and presents, 

    Diwali is our awe inspiring possibility. 

    Be that as it may, while you invest an energy of delight, 

    Try not to believe it's cheer the distance, 

    Out there hold up a considerable lot of those, 

    For whom it's no opportunity to be gay. 

    Prevented from securing chuckling and grins for a considerable length of time, 

    They know not what it is to appreciate, 

    Would you be able to not share something you have, 

    Can you not present to them a little satisfaction? 

    When you can make another person grin 

    When you can be somebody's partner 

    That is the point at which you can yourself be happy 

    That is the point at which you'll have a HAPPY DIWALI! 

    Today's the 'Celebration of Lights' all o'er; 

    A blissful day for psyches and hearts and souls; 

    What's more, individuals throng the Temples to offer, 

    Supplications, taking steps to take better parts. 

    What's more, a large portion of them are lavishly clad and clean, 

    What's more, eat such dainty sustenances and desserts with gaiety; 

    While boisterous saltines burst, their lights are seen, 

    It is by all accounts a cheerful day on Earth! 

    Be that as it may, are there not hearts hardship filled, extremely dismal? 

    Prevented from securing chuckling, grins for quite a long time; 

    Today's the triumph of Good over terrible; 

    Be that as it may, shouldn't something be said about the wastage in much ways? 

    Genuine happiness is the point at which you see another person grin! 

    Genuine philanthropy gives delight in Heav'nly style. 

    Ayi Re Ayi Diwali 

    Ayi Re Ayi Diwali 

    Patakhe tohfe layi Diwali 

    Dil ko khush karne ayi Diwali 

    Ayi re ayi diwali 

    Ayi re ayi diwali 

    Labyrinth karte huye bacche dekho 

    Mummy ka na Papa ka dar hai 

    School ka na Teacher ka dar hai 

    Globule trick lagate Papa 

    Mandir sajati dekho Mummy 

    Bacche hain khelte koodte 

    Pathako fundamental ekdum must hai 

    Khaana dekho banati chachi 

    Chocolate khate dekho chacha 

    Bhagwanji ki puja primary sab 

    Shish jhukn ke baithe dekho 

    Arti lekar or parshaad khaakar 

    Jhoom utha saara parivaar 

    Ayi re ayi diwali 

    Ayi re ayi diwali 

    Khushiya dekho lai diwal 

    Ayi Re Ayi Diwali 

    The reasonable blue sky, 

    The fragrance of blooms, 

    The shades of Rangoli, 

    What's more, the sound of saltines. 

    The blessings and desserts from dear ones, 

    What's more, the getting of their adoration, 

    The light of the candles beneath, 

    What's more, the amazing firecrackers up above. 

    Lighting lights at our homes, 

    Making the less blessed grin, 

    Putting on new array, 

    Demonstrate our companions some style. 

    Paying regards to the divine beings, 

    What's more, embellishing for them the thali, 

    This is what truly matters to the event, 

    This is the soul of Deepavali. 

    Maa Kali 

    Stripped and wild, 

    Blazing with outrage, 

    Stands the Goddess, 

    Incredible is her craving. 

    Cleaver in her grasp, 

    Slicing at her will, 

    She knows no limits, 

    What's more, circles to slaughter. 

    She can't perceive, 

    Delinquent or holy person, 

    In her central goal to slaughter the indecencies, 

    She has lost her limitation. 

    And after that she ventures on something, 

    What is it? She looks underneath, 

    To her ghastliness she discovers her Lord, 

    Prostrate, lying underneath her toe. 

    Extraordinary is her disgrace at what she sees, 

    In her incredible fierceness she had saved none, 

    It required Lord Shiva to stop her wrath, 

    She keeps quiet at what she has done. 

    What's more, along these lines we know the colossal Maa Kali, 

    Embarrassed, apologetic for being indiscriminately enraged 

    She remains for the two sides in ourselves, 

    With the great attempting to control the insidiousness in us. 

    So consistently we venerate her, 

    Every year we pay her our praises, 

    What's more, this is the manner by which "Kali Puja", 

    Continues forever for a long time.

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