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Deepawali decoration ideas work in association. You may use rangoli and also Deepawali 2013 diyas in combination to make lovely decorations. Let your creativity be seen by the entire world. by pritesh123
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pritesh123 Deepawali decoration ideas work in association. You may use rangoli and also Deepawali 2013 diyas in combination to make lovely decorations. Let your creativity be seen by the entire world.
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Indian Hindu devotees perform a ritual by lighting diyas - earthen lamps - on the occasion of Karthika month in Hyderabad on Nov. 26, 2012. Karthika month is one of the most auspicious months in the lunar calendar which begins on the day after Diwali, the Festival of Lights and ends after 30 days. It is considered very sacred by the devotees of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. AFP PHOTO / Noah SEELAM by coleen
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coleen Indian Hindu devotees perform a ritual by lighting diyas - earthen lamps - on the occasion of Karthika month in Hyderabad on Nov. 26, 2012. Karthika month is one of the most auspicious months in the lunar calendar which begins on the day after Diwali, the Festival of Lights and ends after 30 days. It is considered very sacred by the devotees of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu. AFP PHOTO / Noah SEELAM
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Diwali name comes from Sanskrit language word 'Deepavali”, which means “row of lights”. According to the Indian tradition, on this day, Bhagwan Ram came back to Ayodhaya after 14 years of exile with Mata Sita and younger brother Laxman. When Lord Rama and his wife Sita returned to rule their kingdom, people lit the way with small lamps called Diyas. Diwali is a five day festival, which starts with Dhanteras and ends with Bhai Dooj. by lesley
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lesley Diwali name comes from Sanskrit language word 'Deepavali”, which means “row of lights”. According to the Indian tradition, on this day, Bhagwan Ram came back to Ayodhaya after 14 years of exile with Mata Sita and younger brother Laxman. When Lord Rama and his wife Sita returned to rule their kingdom, people lit the way with small lamps called Diyas. Diwali is a five day festival, which starts with Dhanteras and ends with Bhai Dooj.
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