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Does anybody of you celebrate or participate in Diwali celebrations with your Indian friends?


I simply got this doubt. Do you partake in the celebrations just like most Indians do during Christmas or New Year celebrations? Today is Diwali (It is actually Deepavali meaning a line or row of lights). So, I wish you all "A happy Diwali". This is my wife during 1990s, placing lights on the Rangoli prepared by her on the occasion of Deepavali.

 

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    Venkatachari M 12 months ago

    Thank you, Manatita. I know that you are always associated with and enjoy the company of all people of any religion or race. So, actually, I didn't keep you in my purview when I posted this question. But, this answer of yours is a much pleasing one.

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    Venkatachari M 12 months ago

    Thank you, Alan, for your visit and reply. I think we should preserve the traditions and culture that we got from our ancestors and let our younger generations interested in such things and pass on to their kids.

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    Venkatachari M 12 months ago

    Nice to hear from you, sister. Celebrating at mandir is a great idea. Wish you Happy Deepavali.