Diwali Hinduism people celebrate Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals.Deepavali, literally means “row of lights,” and most people do know of Diwali as the festival of lights. the symbolism behind the oil lamps, the fireworks, and the beautiful Rangoli sand art, all of which are hard to miss in most Hindu households on Diwali night. “We celebrate Diwali to commemorate the day when Lord Rama returned to his kingdom, the city of Ayodhya. Diwali like the day Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya, is a new moon, a moonless night. In order to light his path in the pitch black, the residents of Ayodhya lit diyas (small oil lamps) lighting up the city in divine splendor.

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