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Diwali
The Rangoli of Lights.jpg
Rangoli decorations, made uisin coloured pouder, are popular durin Diwali
An aa called Deepavali, Divali, Thee Vazhi, Festival o Lichts
Observed bi Hindus, Sikhs, Jains an ither faiths
Teep Religious
Celebrations Diya an Lichtin, Home decoration, Shoppin, Firewirks, Puja (Prayers), Gifts, Feast an Sweets
Begins Dhanteras, 2 days afore Diwali
Ends Bhai Dooj, 2 days efter Diwali
Date Decidit bi the Hindu Lunisolar calendar
2017 date 19 October (Fuirsday)
2018 date 7 November (Wadensday)
2019 date 28 October (Sunday)
2020 date 15 November (Setturday)
Relatit tae Kali Puja, Diwali (Jainism), Bandi Chhor Divas

Diwali (Inglis pronunciation: /dˈwɑːl/) an aa cried the "festival o lichts", is an auncient Hindu festival celebratit in hairst every year.[2][3]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Holiday Calendar Government of India
  2. The New Oxford Dictionary of English (1998) ISBN 0-19-861263-X - p.540 "Diwali /dɪwɑːli/ (also Divali) noun a Hindu festival with lights...".
  3. Diwali Encyclopedia Britannica (2009)

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