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I was away this weekend celebrating Diwali - the festival of lights! Had a good time with family and friends.
Nice to be back too. Here's a pic of the decorations in the office space to welcome the festivities.
Credit for this goes to my friend Alfredo for lending me his macro adaptor.
I had a feeling that this was going to be an extremely busy week for me, so maybe I'll just make this a macro week... we'll see.
Also, Happy Diwali to all my friends who celebrate it.
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#CST all lit up for #Diwali
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|| Let this deepavali burn all your bad times and enter you in good times ||
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i wish Ur life always shine like this diya.. !!
WISH YA HAPPY DIWALI & NEW YEAR..
keep enjoYinG journey of year..
take care !!
avoid brustings of crackers..
save NATURE..and cruelty to animals..!!
I wrote a big description about my Diwali but my laptop crashed and so here's the summary about what I did Diwali evening:
1. Went to some friends.
3. Lit up my house with candles.
4. Switched off the artificial lights
5. Took the camera out on the balcony and tried taking pictures of fireworks
7. Took this picture
9. Enjoyed an hour of fireworks
10. Happy Diwali
Deepavali or Divali is being celebrated amongst the Hindu followers in Pakistan.
Deepavali (also: Depawali, Dipavali, Dewali, Diwali, Divali, Dipotsavi, Dipapratipad ) marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year according to the Lunar Calendar. It literally translated means 'Row of Lights' (from Sanskrit: dipa = lamp / awali = row, line). It celebrates the victory of Goodness over Evil and Light over Darkness - it ushers in the new year. Especially for this event people are cleaning their houses and wear new clothes. Deepavali is a 4 day festival as Deepavali, Lakshmi Puja, Kartika Shuddha Padwa and Yama Dvitiya. There are many different names for the days of Deepavali (or Diwali) in different regions of India (South & North India, East & West India) and in the different languages spoken in that regions (i.e. Hindi, Urdu, Telugu, Tamil, Gujarati, Bengali). During Deepavali people pray to Lakshmi, Goddess of wealth, light, prosperity and wisdom, but also to Ganesha, the 'Remover of Obstacles' and the 'Lord of Beginnings'.
Deepavali celebrations take place in many countries in the world. On the first day of the Deepavali festival people pray and having a special breakfast made of many different foods. The Hindu Goddess Lakshmi's statue and images are carried through the streets in processions. There are various legends and stories associated with the Deepavali festival. The story of Bali, Emergence of Laxmi, Krishna Narakasur Fight, Victory of Rama over Ravana and many more. Dipa Lights (also called Diwali Diyas, Kandils, Ghee Lamps or Parvati Ganesha Lamps) - made of clay, fueled with Oil from Coconuts, Mustard or Ghee (clarified butter), the wick made of cotton wool - are placed outside of houses, on floors and doorways. During Deepavali festival, doorways are hung with torans of mango leaves and marigolds. Deepavali Melas are being enjoyed by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains & Buddhists alike. On the day of Deepavali people exchange gifts, bursting firecrackers, lighting fireworks, colourful sparklers & bonfires and having festive meals. Diwali Melas (fairs) are held throughout India and the celebrations abroad.
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Wishing you a Diwali full of celebrations and feasts, sweets and crackers, love and affection. May your home and heart be full of warmth and happiness.
Diwali. The biggest festival in India.
It symbolises the victory of good over evil. Every bit relevant today as it was thousands of years ago.
People decorate and light up their houses, using traditional Diya, pictured here, with a cotton wick dipped in vegetable oil.
May this Diwali bring you all peace and happiness. Happy Diwali!
Diwali is just 2 days away, kind of excited :)
Esp celebrating first diwali in my new home.
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Wishing all a very Happy Diwali 2014 - The Festival of Lights...
Seen here is oil lamps floating in water & the bokeh in the background is created by the chain of LED lights (christmas lights).
Diwali also known as Deepavali and the "festival of lights", is an ancient Hindu festival celebrated in autumn every year. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Before Diwali night, people clean, renovate and decorate their homes and offices. On Diwali night, Hindus dress up in new clothes or their best outfit, light up diyas (lamps and candles) inside and outside their home & fireworks follow.