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Deepavali of a different kind
As children, whenever we hear the word Deepavali, we immediately thought of crackers. Have you heard of an entire village that has not burst crackers for the last 35 years. Yes, it is a village near Sivanganga, in Tamil Nadu.
8 Things About Deepavali That Every Malaysian Should Know, For Our Machas And
Deepavali is a celebration observed by those practicing the Hindu faith and in Malaysia, it is often celebrated in the fourth half of the year.
Dialogue Council sends Deepavali Message to Hindus
(Vatican Radio) The Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue has sent a Message to all people professing the Hindu religion, who are preparing to celebrate the festival of Deepavali (Diwali).
'Cracker ban on Deepavali against Hindu tradition'
Istana to open to public on Deepavali
SINGAPORE: The Istana grounds will be open to the public on Tuesday (Nov 10) from 8.30am to 6pm, in celebration of Deepavali. According to a press release issued on Friday (Nov 6), there will be dance and musical performances put up by volunteers from ...

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