What Is Deepavali?
Is Deepavali the same as Diwali? Which countries celebrate Deepavali? What is the exact meaning of the Deepavali festival?
Actually it's Deepawali (or diwali) not deepavali. it's a festival of light , Usually being celebrate in India. It's also consider as one of most important festival in Hindu region
yeah, Diwali and Deepavali are same. Its the most glorious hindu festival which is celebrated all over India with great enthusiasm. It means an a row of lights. THE FIVE DAYS OF DIWALI ARE OFFICIALLY DECLARED SA HOLIDAYS ALL OVER INDIA.
by lex123 6 years ago
How do you celebrate Deepavali in your city/town?
by Venkatachari M 24 months ago
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)....
by PhoenixV 4 years ago
What Is The Meaning Of Diwali?What is Diwali? I don't live in India so I am curious to India's celebrations, holidays and festivals. I have seen that Diwali is a very popular holiday in India, but am unsure what it is exactly about, such as when is Diwali observed, what it is for and what the...
by aavash 8 years ago
I am born and raised in Hindu society and country and there was only small percentage of Christian in our country so adopting Christianity and following the path of Jesus was a kind of what I will like to say an isolated topic however I was always fascinated by the Jesus even I didn’t knew who he...
by Anish Kumar 3 years ago
In India, We celebrate Diwali. How to celebration of Diwali, Out of India ?How to celebrate Diwali in India? Follow on http://festivals-in-fall.blogspot.in/20 … -with.html
by Venkatachari M 2 years ago
Today is Dhanteras, the first day of 5 day Diwali. Do you know what is Dhanteras?Most Indians celebrate Diwali (Deepavali) festival for 5 days. The first day is Dhanteras, then follows Naraka chaturdashi, Diwali, Govardhan puja and Bhai dooj. Each day has its own legend for celebrating the...
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