Adorning our houses with Aakashabutti & Deepa during Deepavali/Diwali and the month ensuing it (Karthika Maasa) is a traditional way of observing the festival.
The Karthika Maasa Shukla Paksha Pratipada is the third day of the Deepavali/Diwali festival. According to Bahagavatha puraana, Bali Chakravarthi, a great king and one of the greatest devotees of Mahavishnu, residing in the Sutala loka, visits the Bhooloka (Earth) every year on this day. He is accompanied by the Paramatma Mahavishnu himself. The King visits his Praje (citizens) to check on their welfare and prosperity. Decorating the houses beautifully with Flowers, Deepa/Diya and the Aakashabutti/Kandil is a gesture of welcome to the king and in turn to Srihari.
Presenting the hand made Aakashabutti and hand painted Deepa from Suvya.
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