Diwali 2021: Nation gears up for Competition of Lights


  • Diwali, the pageant of lights, will probably be celebrated in India on November 4 however often lasts for 5 days. Preparations have began in full swing all through the nation and markets have been flooded with diyas, lights, decorations and number of sweets.

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Diwali is usually celebrated 20 days after Vijayadashami, the last day of Durga Puja. The festival is just around the corner and the entire country has started gearing up for the festival of lights. (ANI)

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Diwali is often celebrated 20 days after Vijayadashami, the final day of Durga Puja. The pageant is simply across the nook and your complete nation has began gearing up for the pageant of lights. (ANI)

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Since 2017, the Yogi Adityanath government has been holding Deepotsav in Ayodhya every year on the Diwali eve. (HT File Photo)

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Since 2017, the Yogi Adityanath authorities has been holding Deepotsav in Ayodhya yearly on the Diwali eve. (HT File Picture)

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Before Diwali, people clean their houses and make rangolis on the floor. In this still, a woman potter can be seen displaying earthen lamps made using cow dung ahead of the festival in Surat.(ANI)

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Earlier than Diwali, individuals clear their homes and make rangolis on the ground. On this nonetheless, a lady potter might be seen displaying earthen lamps made utilizing cow dung forward of the pageant in Surat.(ANI)

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A potter makes earthen lamps for the upcoming Diwali festival in Patna.(ANI)

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A potter makes earthen lamps for the upcoming Diwali pageant in Patna.(ANI)

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A potter makes earthen diyas in the scorching heat for the festival of lights, Diwali in Ranchi.(ANI)

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A potter makes earthen diyas within the scorching warmth for the pageant of lights, Diwali in Ranchi.(ANI)

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Choti Diwali which is also known as Naraka Chaturdashi is observed on the second day. Potters all over the country are putting in all their efforts in making diyas ahead of the festival.(ANI)

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Choti Diwali which is often known as Naraka Chaturdashi is noticed on the second day. Potters all around the nation are placing in all their efforts in making diyas forward of the pageant.(ANI)

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Lakshmi Puja is marked on the second day of Diwali, which is also the darkest day of the traditional month. In this photo, people buy firecrackers from a shop ahead of the festival.(HT Photo/Amal KS)

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Lakshmi Puja is marked on the second day of Diwali, which can be the darkest day of the normal month. On this picture, individuals purchase firecrackers from a store forward of the pageant.(HT Picture/Amal KS)

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