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Buildings are illuminated during the opening day of the Festival of Lights in Berlin.
'Festival of Lights‘ Diwali Festival. Diwali is a popular Hindu festival which takes place in late October to early November. The festival of Diwali celebrates the return of Rama and Sita to their kingdom after they had spent 14 years in exile.
View of Le Prince des Lumieres installation by artist Damien Fontaine during the rehearsal for the Festival of Lights in central Lyon
Festival of Lights. When is Diwali in 2015? Diwali date changes every year as the date is selected according to the position of the moon. This year, Diwali will be celebrated on Thursday, October 23 rd.
Diwali Festival of Lights Diwali derived from the Sanskrit word “Deepavali” Deepa means light Avali means a row Diwali = Deepavali means a row of lights Diwali is celebrated in the months of October/November on the darkest night (Amavasya) of this period.
DIWALI –FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS. Before Diwali Hindus send cards to their friends and family. They go to people’s houses and give presents. People like to buy new clothes on Diwali. Jewelry is also a big favourite. Many create elaborate designs ( Rangoli ). Another Rangoli example.
Diwali Festival of Lights Diwali derived from the Sanskrit word Deepavali Deepa = light Avali = a row Diwali = Deepavali = A row of Light Diwali is celebrated in the months of October/November on one of the darkest night (Amavasya) of this period.