- Diwali (sometimes spelled Deepavali)
It is celebrated to mark the return of Lord Rama from 14 years of exile and his victory over the dämon Ravana. In many parts of India Diwali is celebrated for five consecutive days and is one of the most popular and eagerly awaited festivals in India. Diwali comes exactly twenty days after Dussehra. Hindus, and Sikhs alike regard it as a celebration of life and use the occasion to strengthen family and social relationships. For Hindus it is one of the most important festivals, and in some parts of India it marks the beginning of the new year. It is also a significant festival for the Sikh community. It is celebrated by letting of firecrackers by children to really light up the whole of India. It is celebrated not only in India but also abroad. The Hindu's worship the god Ganesh during the Festival of Lights (Diwali). Hindu's celebrate the Festival by lighting up candles and letting fire crackers off.
also it means that if you have a baby on that day you will be a god
so have a baby on that day
- Diwali lights