Happy Diwali 2016
Diwali is one of the most important, widely celebrated Hindu Festival. It is popularly known as “Festival of Lights”, as lighting of oil lamps is one of the most important ritual associated with Diwali, initially called as “Deepavali”.

According to the Hindu Mythology, this day is associated with Lord Rama coming back to Ayodhya after serving 14 years of exile. The people of Ayodhya welcomed Rama with oil lamps being lighted across the nook and corner of Ayodhya. This day marks the victory of “Good over Evil”.
Diwali Celebrations
Some of the rituals associated with the festival are lighting of oil lamps, burning crackers, offering prayers to Goddess Lakshmi, and exchanging sweets among relatives and friends.

According to the Hindu calendar, the festival of Diwali is celebrated on the new moon day that marks the end of Ashwin and beginning of Kartik month.
Diwali Crackers

Diwali 2016 will fall on Sunday, 30 October 2016.

Here is a calendar for the five day festivity of Diwali

Five-Day Diwali Calendar 2016
27 Oct, 2016
29 Oct, 2016
30 Oct, 2016
31 Oct, 2016
1 Nov, 2016

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