Celebrated In: India
Celebrated By: (Hindu)
The Full Moon Day or fifteenth Purnima day of the Shukla paksha (waxing moon) of the Kartika month is recognized exceptionally propitious. The full Moon is normally in Taurus and along these lines lifted up. Now and again this celebration can occur with the full Moon in Aries- however it speaks to a solid and favorable Moon. Typically this is the full Moon in the month of November. It has numerous names including the Diwali of the Gods and Tripuri Purnima. This day denote the triumph of Lord Shiva over the evil presences Tripuri. The Kartik Purnima celebration likewise matches with the Jain light celebration and Guru Nanak's Birthday.
Tripuri Purnima is a standout amongst the most hopeful day for revering of Shiva, next just to the Maha Shivaratri. As per Mahabharata there were three children destined to the evil presence Taraka. Kartikeya (Mars)killed Taraka. Taraka?s children were called Taraksha, Kamalaksha and Vidyunmali. Evil spirits in Vedic theory are exceptionally adroit and solid however they have a tendency to utilize their information and quality towards the wrong means. These evil spirit children of Taraka had performed serious compensation towards Brahma and won the endowment of colossal force. The shelter that they accepted, conceded them that they might live for a thousand years in three powerful, moving urban areas known as Tripuri and that they could just be decimated by one shaft that might blend the three urban areas into one, and set them to flame. Tri implies three and Puri implies urban communities. Tripuri were shining, made up of gold, silver and iron individually. They were fabricated to adversary Indra?s fantastic city. In that capacity effective devils, the Tripura invested all their time and vitality to bug the divine beings. The force was such that it was troublesome to control their dangerous propensities. Their urban areas never stayed in one spot long enough in this manner it was troublesome to crush them together.