Balipadyami (Deepavali)

Balipadyami, also known as Deepavali or Diwali, is a Hindu festival that is celebrated throughout India and by Hindus around the world. It is observed on the fifteenth day of the month of Kartik, which is usually in October or November in the Gregorian calendar.

Deepavali is a time of great celebration and joy for Hindus, with special prayers, rituals, and ceremonies held in temples and homes. The festival is marked by the lighting of lamps and candles to symbolize the victory of good over evil and the attainment of knowledge over ignorance. It is also a time for Hindus to offer their devotion and devotion to the gods and to seek their blessings and protection. Deepavali is an important festival in the Hindu calendar and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and joy by Hindus around the world.


Nov 13 2023


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