Latest Diwali Stories

2014-10-22 08:27:02

Diwali, a festival of lights falls a week before Halloween, this year.

2014-07-27 23:02:58

Naturalist Journeys, a top birding and nature company, announces the new Diwali: Festival of Lights Week in Trinidad Tour, running from October 18 - 25. New

2013-11-01 23:19:41

Pujas or offering prayers and lighting diyas or clay lamps are perhaps the most important practices on

2013-10-31 23:28:05

On this sparkling Diwali season, Wildnet Technologies has announced a great offer where customers can avail 20% discount on all its services. Noida, India (PRWEB)

2012-12-22 05:04:26

Debadutta Dash, the Co-Chair of Washington State and India Trade Relations Action Committee (WASITRAC), a Seattle based non-profit invited to participate in the White House Diwali celebration

2010-10-25 03:10:00

NEW DELHI, October 25, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- - Visits Khushii and Extends its Support to the Underprivileged Children - Engages With Them and Acts as a Change Agent - Distributes Diwali Gifts, Games, Books et al to Over 800 Children* - To Organise Diwali Haat at its Office Premises Wherein Crafts Handmade by These Children Will be on Display for Purchase Setting a positive example for other businesses to follow, IndiaMART.com, India's largest online B2Bmarketplace,...

2008-10-11 12:00:16

The Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple, 8628 S. State, Spanish Fork, will celebrate Diwali, the Festival of Lights, on Saturday, Oct. 25, 6 p.m. There will be dancing, music, dramas, food and a ceremony of lights. For information, go to www.utahkrishnas.com. (c) 2008 Deseret News (Salt Lake City).

2005-10-29 17:57:58

By Anirban Roy NEW DELHI (Reuters) - As dusk fell, fairy lights came on and the mosques filled for prayers, deadly bombs turned three of New Delhi's festive markets into tangles of charred bodies, severed limbs and shattered shops in minutes.

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