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Festival of Lights

Today is Diwali, perhaps the most widely celebrated Hindu festival. Diwali is the festival of lights. Diyas (such as those in the picture) are small earthen bowls that are filled with oil and lit. 11 more words

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SAFE DIWALI Nail Art

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“Creative Nails” wishes you a very “Happy Diwali” !!

How do you celebrate Diwali at your place? Some may say we take oil bath, wear new dresses, perform Pooja and eat sweets. 64 more words

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Deepavali: The lamps in true light - Swami Tejomayananda

“Diwali is the day when we harvest the results of our hard work blessed with wealth by Mother Lakshmi. We pray to her with gratitude and ask the gracious Divine Mother to shower Her blessings in abundance for the coming year, give us the intelligence to use our wealth in the right manner and give us the heart to share it generously with our fellow beings.” – Swami Tejomayananda… 422 more words

India

Diwali: Festive of Lights

If there is one place in this planet that knows how to celebrate a festival, its India, for sure. India’s calendar is always jam-packed with all festivals from grand city functions to small village fair. 134 more words

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Event: Diwali Diya Workshop at Bosch DIY Store

Festivals stir up all sorts of impulses and instincts..the urge to spend time with friends and family, to cook up the traditional and some not so traditional sweets and munchies, to dress up in sparkling new acquisitions and to spread a bit of glitter, shimmer and festivity around the home. 226 more words

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Making Diyas

Hi! Today we had a diya-making competition. Diyas are lighted on the day of Indian Festival Deepavali, the Festival Of Lights. Tradition says that the day Lord Ram returned to Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile, everybody lit Diyas, made of earthen material to light up the dark night to celebrate his return. 85 more words

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