No, you idiot. They celebrate Deepavali, or Diwali. Not
Hindus do not celebrate Easter
how do Hindus celebrate divali
No. It is a Christian festival so only Christians celebrate it. Hindus are not Christian.
no they do not they celebrate Christmas and Hindus celebrate Diwali
Hindus have no celebration like Easter.
Hindus celebrate Diwali by worshiping Goddess Lakshmi. They distribute sweets among relatives.
Yes, Diwali is on of the important festivals for Hindus.
Yes, I do believe Hindus celebrate birthdays, eg. Lord Krishna's "Janam Ashmi" or birthdate (appearance). I celebrate my birthday and so does my whole family.
Life without joy would be dull. Hindus celebrate mainly cause they value their lives and what they have. It also has religious meaning to it.
Hindus celebrate birth for various reasons. They believe that this is a good sign from their god and the child is believed to have good tidings.
Hindus are not Christian, so they do not celebrate Easter.
Friends and family dumbo
No, it is a discipline of Islam.
Yes we do just like regular Americans hindus also do.
The Hindus Celebrate this festival, on the eve before the 6th moon.
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Both Sikhs and Hindus celebrate the festival Diwali .. (festival of lights) Sikhs celebrate to mark the return of the sixth guru GURU HARGOBIND SINGH JI, after being freed from imprisonment. Hindus celebrate to mark the return of Rama after 14 years in exile ....
They make rangoli patterns.
No they do not celebrate. It is celebrated by Hindus
Hindus mainly celebrate New Years at the end of October
Thanksgiving is an American holiday. It has nothing to do with Hindus. If they really wanted to learn American cultures then I suppose they would celebrate it like a normal American. With turkey.
because hindus celebrate any festival they follow first cultures and tradition.
Hindus worship goddess Lakshmi on Diwali. They wear new ethnic clothes on this day.
The Hindus in India celebrate holi with color and it is celebrated to welcome the spring season.
hindus & Sikhs normally
Hindus celebrate Diwali. It is a festival of LIGHTS.
Hindus worship goddess Lakshmi on the occasion of Diwali. They exchange gifts and sweets among friends.
They all celebrate Diwali for completely different reasons. Hindus celebrate the return of Rama and Sita. Sikhs celebrate the freedom of their Sixth Guru - Guru Hargobind. Jains celebrate Lord Mahavira, the last of the Jain Tirthankar of this era attaining Nirvana.
According to popular belief Hindu people go to temple to celebrate. But they also celebrate festivals inside their homes.
Some do, others do not.
when hindus celebrate diwali they make rangoli patterns
Hindus celebrate the sacred thread by bumming pigs up the bum hole
usually Hindu people celebrate by throwing a party called Namamakrana samskara. In it they name the baby and celebrate it & welcome the baby.
Diwali is a festival cause hindus and Sikhs celebrate it
Yes, they do, as a hindu myself i enjoy it very much
Hindu celerbrate longer
Hindus celebrate Diwali. It is a festival of lights.
They are doing according to temple law.
Because Diwali is for Hindus,Buddists.Sikkhs and Jainists.
That is Holi you are thinking of. I think...
Hindus are influenced by Diwali.They celebrate this festival.
Holi is celebrated in many, many ways. For instance, they might celebrate it by having a festival of clours e.t.c
Hindus, Muslims, Jews, Jehovah's Witness, Buddhists, some atheists and agnostics do not celebrate Christmas.
hindus also celebrate april fools day on first of april. As it is a western tradition.
people do celebrate holi in other countries, only Indians.Some people canot
They use lights in their homes and they both celebrate Diwali. I hope you found this useful!!!
All Hindus including Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists
r u talkin bout Divali...? coz hindus celebrate that!
they have a naming ceremony for a girl and i forgot what it is for a boy soz babes!
To prepare for Diwali, Hindus decorate their homes with colorful decorations, lights, and candles. They also dress in fancy clothes, go to church, and celebrate.