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Happy Diwali 2018: Wishes Images, SMS, Messages, Status and Photos for ...

Happy Diwali 2018 Wishes Images, SMS, Messages, Status, Photos, Quotes: Diwali, or Deepavali is one of the most celebrated festivals in India. It falls on the day of 'Amavasya' or new moon. This year, it will be observed on November 7. The five-day ...

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The Indian Express

Diwali 2018 Date in India: When is Diwali 2018?

Diwali 2018 (Deepavali 2018) Date in India: The festival of lights, Diwali is celebrated with a lot of pomp and show across the country every year. The five day festival (Panch Maha Parva) which symbolises prosperity, health and positivity is usually ...

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The Indian Express

Diwali 2018: History, Importance and Significance of Diwali festival in India

Diwali 2018 History and Importance: Diwali or Deepavali, which is the festival of light indicates the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil. It falls on the day of 'amavasya' or new moon in the Hindu month of Kartik. This year the festival ...

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Financial Express

Happy Diwali 2018 wishes, images, greetings, photos, WhatsApp messages, SMS ...

Happy Diwali 2018: The festival of light, Diwali is one of the most prominent festivals of India and for all the Indians placed across the world. This time of the year is marked with the reunion with families and friends – the fun, frolic, laughter and ...

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Important Dates, Celebration, Significance And Puja Timings For Diwali

Diwali is one of the most awaited festivals in the Hindu calendar. It is likely the most widely celebrated of all festivals among Hindus and this year, in 2018, it will be celebrated on November 7 in most parts of India. However, the festival will be ...



Happy Diwali 2018: Diwali Messages, Wishes, SMS, Images And Facebook Greetings

India will celebrate the festival of Diwali 2018 in two days. Diwali 2018, or Deepavali 2018, is the festival that celebrates the victory of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance. Diwali or Deepavali is celebrated in honour of Lord Ram's return to ...


The Independent

Diwali 2018: The symbolic foods eaten during the Hindu festival of lights

Diwali, the festival lights, sees millions of people attend events across the world every autumn to celebrate the triumph of good over evil. Celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains, Diwali is one of the most significant festivals in Indian culture and ...

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Times Now

Diwali 2018: 5 Indian Deepavali sweets that may be adulterated

New Delhi: There's no denying the fact that Diwali is a time when we all stuff ourselves with sweets and other indulgent dishes. The festival of lights is also a time when family and friends exchange sweets and gifts. Deepavali sweets, such as ...

- Times Now

Diwali 2018: What is Diwali? How is the Festival of Lights celebrated?

Diwali is also known as Deepavali or Divali and is a Hindu festival symbolising the victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. The Festival of Lights celebrates Rama-chandra returning to his people after 14 days of exile.