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(The corresponding dates in the Gregorian calendar usually fall in late October and November.) The name is derived from the Sanskrit term dipavali, meaning “row of lights.” The festival generally symbolizes the victory of light over darkness. Observances of Diwali differ depending on region and tradition.What are the names and events of Diwali?
The names and events of the individual days of Diwali are as follows: The first day, known as Dhanteras, is dedicated to cleaning homes and purchasing small items of gold. Lakshmi is the focus of worship on that day.Is Diwali the biggest holiday in India?
Observed across many faiths, Diwali has become India's biggest holiday, rivaling Thanksgiving and Christmas in the United States. Observed by more than a billion people across faiths, this five-day festival of lights brings prayer, feasts, fireworks and, for some, a new year.What to do on Diwali?
From firecrackers to more elaborate (and dangerous) pyrotechnic devices, if it creates a bang and a flash of light, it will be used on Diwali to keep bad spirits away from home. Also, watching the fireworks is a nice thing to do with family and friends.