Among all the festivals celebrated in India, Deepawali is of great importance both from the social and religious point of view. It is also called Dipontasva. It is also celebrated by the people of Sikhism, Buddhism and Jainism.
Students of Kamrup (Metro) as well as Kamrup rural areas also celebrated Deepawali in their respective schools with pomp and enthusiasm. On this occasion, children of Aryan International School, Hajo also participated in their school premises on Saturday and Celebrated Diwali festival. On this occasion many programs including Diyas, decorations, Rangoli etc. were organized. Students made beautiful and attractive Rangoli in the school premises. Children also gave the message of cleanliness by making Rangoli. Later, sparklers were burnt in the school premises.
The main objective of celebrating the festival was to bring out the hidden creative talent in the children and make them understand the importance of Diwali. All the teachers of the school were present on this occasion.
It is believed that on the day of Diwali, King Ramchandra of Ayodhya returned after 14 years of exile. The people of Ayodhya lit ghee lamps to welcome Shri Ram. That night of Kartik month was lit up with the light of diyas.