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Diwali- the festival of lights over darkness

Newsletter - Friday, November 09, 2012 7:14:12 AM

Diwali- the festival of lights over darkness    
Festival of Diwali                          
Diwali is one of the major and most auspicious festivals of India and it is celebrated almost in each and every city of India. Diwali Festival is also known by the name of "the festival of lights”. It celebrates the homecoming of Lord Rama, Laxman and Sita. Delhi lit up splendidly during the Festival of lights, Diwali. Lamps, candles, series of lights can be seen in every house of Delhi. Children enjoy special sweets and burn firecrackers during this festival. Exchange of gifts and sweets between friends and families is one of the traditions of Diwali.

Diwali Festival in Delhi
During the festival of Deepavali, Delhi city also wears a festive look. Diwali celebrations in New Delhi, the capital of India are incomplete without the lighting up of crackers, by both the adults as well as the children. The first day of Diwali is celebrated as Dhanteras, or also known as Dhanwantri.Diwali sees thousands of shoppers buying golden jewelries, electronic items and other new materials for their home.

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