Hindus celebrate Diwali by worshiping Goddess Lakshmi. They
distribute sweets among relatives.
Yes, Diwali is on of the important festivals for Hindus.
Hindus celebrate Diwali. It is a festival of LIGHTS.
no they do not they celebrate Christmas and Hindus celebrate Diwali
Hindus worship goddess Lakshmi on Diwali. They wear new ethnic clothes on this day.
Diwali is a festival cause hindus and Sikhs celebrate it
Hindus celebrate Diwali. It is a festival of lights.
Because Diwali is for Hindus,Buddists.Sikkhs and Jainists.
No, you idiot. They celebrate Deepavali, or Diwali. Not 'Divaldi'.
Hindus worship goddess Lakshmi on the occasion of Diwali. They exchange gifts and sweets among friends.
They make rangoli patterns.
No they do not celebrate. It is celebrated by Hindus
They celebrate diwali in temples at their homes and workplace. They pray Goddess Laxmi.
hindus & Sikhs normally
They use lights in their homes and they both celebrate Diwali. I hope you found this useful!!!
Hindus celebrated Diwali by Worshipping goddess Lakshmi. On Diwali people light Diyas in their house, they gives sweet to each other and children light crackers so as to celebrate Diwali.
Diwali can be celebrated by all the religions.It is mainly celebrated by Hindus and Sikhs.
They both celebrate Diwali for completely different reasons. Hindus celebrate the return of Rama and Sita. Sikhs celebrate the freedom of their Sixth Guru - Guru Hargobind.
when hindus celebrate diwali they make rangoli patterns
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.
Hindus celebrate Diwali. Hindus are mostly Indians that cannot eat beef because it is against their religion. Diwali is the "festival of lights". Each year on Diwali, Hindus burst fire crackers, make sweets, and pray for the goddess of Laxmi (The god of wealth).
Diwali is normally celebrated by Hindus. But anyone who believe in lord Ram can celebrate Diwali .Diwali is the festival of light and happiness.
Diwali is the biggest festival of Hindus . Diwali is also called the new year of Hindus. Diwali is the festival of light, people light diyas and candles .
Hindu celerbrate longer
That is Holi you are thinking of. I think...
Hindus are influenced by Diwali.They celebrate this festival.
The reason for celebrating diwali comes from hindu's mythology. The majority of hindus live in India.
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.
All Hindus including Jains, Sikhs, Buddhists
Diwali is the most well-known of the Indian festivals. It usually takes place eighteen days after Dusshera. It is colloquially known as the "festival of lights".
Diwali is the festival of light, and it is mostly celebrated by Hindus, not so much Sikhs. Diwali is the celebration of Prince Rama's triumph over Ravan, the devil king who ruled Lanka a long time ago.
Well Buddha was born in indian family so growing up he used to celebrate Diwali.
Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of vanvasa. It was the time when hindus first celebrated Diwali.
12% of Sri Lankans are hindus and they celeberate it and call it Theepaavali.
Hindus invite other religions to celebrate Diwali with them and the people who are NOT Hindu's sometimes like that religion and decide to change theirs
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 ....
we celebrate diwali at home. we can also celebrate diwali with our relatives and friends.
Hindus celebrate many festivals: Pongal, navarathri, Diwali, Saraswati pooja, vinayaka chadurthri, Krishna janmashtami, and many more!
Diwali was started by Hindus.
No muslims do not celebrate Diwali.
Hindus go to churches to pray for the goddess Lakshmi or just stay at home and pray or just stay with their family at their houses lighting up candles.
Diwali can be celebrated by everyone. Buddhist can also celebrate Diwali.
Diwali is part of the Hindu religion, which has many gods, not just one. Hindus believe in Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva, Krishna, and many, many more.
Diwali is a festival of lights. It is celebrated by Hindus.
Hindus celebrate Diwali becuase it marks the beginning of the new financial year on the Hindu calendar, when account books are blessed and debts are settled. It is commonly known as the festival of light and is closely associated with the story of Rama and Sita. Useful source:
People celebrate diwali at their home. They celebrate it with their family and friends.
Lamp means nothing but Diwali is the fesival of lights on diwali peole pray to the god they believe in wich are the Hindus Diwali is celebrated by the hinduism people called Hindus
Diwali is a festival of mainly the hindus.
Diwali is important to hindus, because of the goddess and after Diwali theres lot of story about the goddess
Hindus share sweets at Diwali to express their love and make the occasion more special!
Hindus interpret the Diwali story based upon where they live: In northern India they celebrate the story of King Rama's return to Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana by lighting rows of clay lamps. Southern India celebrates it as the day that Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.