BEST 6 WAYS AND PLACES TO CELEBRATE DIWALI IN INDIA

Title - Diwali at Golden Temple India

Diwali, known as the “Festival of Lights“, is the biggest festival of Hindus in India. This usual five day festival commemorates the victory of good over evil, and is an occasion for prosperity and family togetherness. If you’re wondering what to do for this year’s Diwali celebration and not able to decide, take my advice and check out these places on this Diwali. Create happy memories on this Diwali.

Diwali Traditional Floor Decor Diwali Flower Rangoli

 

Celebrate With An Indian Family

If you are an expat or foreign student staying in India. The best way to celebrate Diwali is to “be invited by an Indian Family”. While there’s plenty of evidence of Diwali on the streets, it’s indoors, amongst Indian families, that the really meaningful celebrations take place. And if you’re visiting India from abroad during Diwali, it’s highly recommended that you stay at an Indian homestay so that you can be a part of traditional Diwali family rituals and get a real insight into Indian culture.

Earthen Lamps Decor on DiwaliPeople usually wear new ethnic clothes on Diwali, so if you’re a woman, it’s a great reason to buy yourself a sari (Indian drape) and dress up too! If you’d like to join in the gift giving, your hosts would really appreciate some sweets or chocolates. Try out some besan ladoos, our favorite chef “Mr. Baker “recently shared an amazing recipe with us on making Besan Ladoos at home. Check out. click here to read full article…

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