Diwali Festival in India – Diwali Wallpapers – Diwali Photo Collection

Diwali is one of the well-known festivals in India. It is a five day festival that represents the beginning of the Hindu calendar. This festival also known as “Festival of Lights” as it’s mainly associated with lights. The festival is to remember Lord Rama’s come back after finishing his 14 years of exile, to his empire Ayodhya.

As part of the diwali celebration people beautify their home and workplaces with small kind of oil lamps or using electric lights. Some others also use bowls of water with candles and flowers drifting on the surroundings to add more color and beauty to their decorations. The background of the Diwali festival in India gives a nice story of the victory of virtue and the exciting of spiritual darkness.  On the 15th day of Kartika, the Diwali festival in India is celebrated based on the Hindu calendar.

People wear newly bought clothes and share sweets, gifts, etc., with family and friends as Diwali wishes. Fireworks are also taking part in the Diwali celebrations across India. Diwali is celebrated in various dates in different Indian regions due to the changes in the interpretation of traditional lunar calendar. It’s public holiday on Diwali in India and it makes the diwali festival celebration more delightful. Here are some attractive Diwali wallpapers and Diwali photos to enrich your Diwali wish process with friends and family.

 

Diwali Wallpapers – Diwali Photos – Diwali Greetings

 

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