Diwali is a festival celebrated by several people of Indian origin
- Diwali is a festival celebrated by several people of Indian origin – Hindus, Sikhs, Buddhists and Jains
- Diwali is celebrated in late October or early November, usually around the same time of the year as Guy Fawkes night and Halloween Diwali literally means “row of lighted lamps” but it is remembered as the Festival of Lights. It is a celebration of good over evil. It marks the beginning of the (Hindu) New Year. It also marks a successful crop harvest in India.
We made Divas and decorated them so we could place tealight candles in them.