Diwali is festival of lights. Though a Hindu festival, in India people across all religions celebrate Diwali enthusiastically. Diwali is generally considered of main 5 days but officially begins on Vasubaras day and ends on the Tulsi Lagna day. The 5 main days in Diwali are1. Dhanteras2. Naraka Chaturdashi3. Lakshmi Pujan4. Diwali Padwa5. Bhai DoojSometimes two of the days (above specified are hindu calendar days) can be inclusive as one in our normal calender because Hindu... continue reading
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Every year all Indians celebrate Diwali (Deepawali - Traditional name) - The Festival of lights, regardless of their caste,creed or religion. This year on 7th November, the world will light up again with the spiritual lights of India in a festival that attracts millions of tourists worldwide to actually come to India and see what is the festival all about. All religious places around the country are lit up with thousands of traditional lamps. The atmosphere is filled up with the religious chants in... continue reading
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