Diwali

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What is Diwali?

Diwali, one of the most important days of India celebrated with food, prayer and fireworks, is also known as the "festival of lights". People symbolize the victory of light over darkness and good over evil by lighting lamps and candles.

Diwali Diwali
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How is Diwali celebrated?

During the light festival, many areas of the city are decorated with lights and different visuals are created.

In the Hindu religion, it is believed that the spirits of the dead will illuminate the earth as a light, by covering the whole place with lights, as it means a festival of light on Diwali.

Diwali Diwali
one month ago | gizem

Why is Diwali celebrated?

Diwali is known as a festival celebrated on the 13th day of the Hindu calendar, which is an important date for Hindus. It is celebrated as the festival of light, which coincides with the beginning of the dark fortnight. During the light festival, many areas of the city are decorated with lights and different visuals are created.

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What is Diwali festival belief?

In the Hindu religion, it is believed that the spirits of the dead will illuminate the earth as a light, by covering the whole place with lights, as it means a festival of light on Diwali. In Diwali, it is aimed that the lights will triumph over the darkness, as the lights represent goodness and darkness represents evil.

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How many days does the Diwali festival last?

Diwali festival lasts for 5 days in total.

Diwali Diwali
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When is Diwali festival celebrated?

The beginning of Diwali, as a holiday that marks the beginning of the Hindu calendar, an important time period for Hindus who embrace the religion of Hinduism, coincides with the 13th day of the Ashvin month of the Hindu calendar, the beginning of the dark fortnight.

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What to do on Diwali?

Diwali, one of the most important days celebrated with food, prayer and fireworks, is also known as the "festival of lights".

Diwali Diwali
one month ago | gizem

In which religion is Diwali celebrated?

The Festival of Lights is an important Hindu holiday that lasts for days.

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What dishes are eaten during the Diwali festival?

  • Laddu: Laddu is referred to as laddoo or avinsh. Its basic ingredients are flour, oil and sugar. There are also recipes made with semolina. Ingredients such as hazelnuts and raisins are added from time to time to diversify it. It is a food that can be seen in all celebrations and festivals of India.
  • Kheel Batashas: It is the most exclusive dessert at Diwali festivities. It is made from puffed rice and sugar. The difference from other desserts is that this festival takes place in a certain ritual.
  • Budha Chakuli: It is a food mostly made in the east side of Orrisa. It is a type of pancake or pancake-like food made from cottage cheese, coconut, jaggery, and cardamom.
  • Besan Papdi: This snack, which is a must for any festival, is made by frying a dough mixture prepared with spices and then cut into rounds.
  • Sata Bhajyun: It is a special dish made in Sindhis to celebrate Diwali, using seven vegetables and curry. Vegetables such as peas, cauliflower, carrots, French beans, potatoes, spinach, onions, and cilantro are used.

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