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This presentation informs the readers about the most amazing ways of celebrating Diwali in different parts of India. It also brings forward the importance of custom and tradition of Diwali celebration in different parts of India. \n\nFind more:\n\nhttp://www.giftstoindia24x7.com/Article/Diwali/Diwali-Celebration/Diwali-Celebration-In-Different-Parts.aspx

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Diwali Celebration usually signifies the festival of lights and it is celebrated in different ways in different parts of our country. Each part has it's own significance and set of rituals.
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Northern India

Lord Rama vanquished the evil King Ravana and returned from his fourteen years exile on this day. His homecoming is celebrated with bursting crackers and fireworks. This tradition is still continued in the Northern states

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Northern India

Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are also worshipped and the whole city and homes are decorated with rangoli and lights.

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Eastern India

Oil lamps, candles and lanterns are lit and placed in rows around individual homes. Crackers are burst, sparklers lighted and gifts and sweetmeats distributed

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Eastern India

In West Bengal, Lakshmi puja is celebrated earlier than the Diwali celebrations and the deity celebrated on this occasion is the fierce Goddess Kali.

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Western India

In the western states of India, Diwali is a four-day festival, the preparations for which begin at least 15 days in advance.

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Western India

On the night preceding Diwali, people start celebrations by creating designs depicting images associated to the festival like deities, sun and flowers from natural powder colors in their verandas.

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Southern India

Individual homes are washed and decorated with kolam designs, akin to rangoli patterns in North India. Firecrackers and new apparels are kept on a plate to be used on the following day

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Southern India

In Southern India, Diwali is is celebrated in the Tamil month of aippasi Naraka chaturdasi thithi, preceding amavasai. Naraka chaturdashi is the main day of the Diwali celebrations in this area.

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Diwali is also a time to exchange and send gifts to your close family and friends. This online reliable portal of India suggest various Diwali gift ideas which will enthrall you
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