Diwali

Diwali mela in Delhi

Diwali mela in Delhi Diwali mela in Delhi is popular not just for the sake of it, but for all right reasons. Diwali can easily be called the biggest Indian festival. The festival of lights is celebrated with so much of enthusiasm in this country that it is evident even from the outer space; one […]

Diwali

Try this unique Deepavali legiyam

Try this unique Deepavali legiyam ; an antidote for all your digestion problems  Deepavali legiyam  Its Deepavali, and no celebration is complete without gorging on sweets. But one may tend to get carried away and overeat during this time, and then complain of bloating and stomach ache. An age-old remedy that has been followed as […]

Diwali

Hindus mark Diwali, the festival of lights

Hindus mark Diwali, the festival of lights Diwali Light Festival Millions of Hindus across India and the world are celebrating the “festival of lights.” Mindful of pollution, Indian authorities are making attempts to cut down on the number of firecrackers and light shows. Good over evil The Diwali festival symbolizes the triumph of good over […]

Diwali

Diwali and Laxmi Pooja 2020

Diwali 2020 Everyone knows about Diwali or Deepavali—a festival that is celebrated by Hindus in India. It is one of India’s biggest festivals. Diwali means –rows of lighted earthen lamps. It is celebrated in the Hindu month of Kartika, which falls sometime during October or November. On this day, people celebrated Lord Rama’s return to […]

Diwali

Diwali in Jainism

Diwali in Jainism:  Diwali is probably the biggest and auspicious festival in India. People decorate their homes, shops, offices with lights and diyas. Relatives distribute sweets with each other. People clean their houses, renovate them and decorate them. It is very popular among children due to the excitement of bursting firecrackers. Jains also celebrate Diwali […]

Diwali

Americans celebrate the Hindu festival of Diwali

Americans celebrate the Hindu festival of Diwali This is the second in an occasional series on how Americans celebrate religious holidays. The first was on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. Each fall — September, October and November in the United States — thousands of American Hindus celebrate one of Hinduism’s most important festivals, Diwali,  or the Festival […]