Diwali is also called celebration of lights. It is an antiquated Hindu festival celebrated in pre-winter consistently. Diwali is the greatest and the brightest celebration in India. The celebration profoundly implies the triumph of light over darkness. The celebration arrangements and ceremonies normally reach out more than a five-day period, yet the primary celebration night of Diwali harmonizes with the darkest, new moon night of the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika. Before Diwali night, individuals clean, revamp and improve their homes and workplaces.
On Diwali night, Hindus dress up in new garments or their best outfit, light up diyas otherwise called lights and candles inside and outside their home, partake in family Puja or supplications to God normally to Lakshmi the goddess of riches and success. After puja, firecrackers take after, then a family devour including desserts, and a trade of gifts between relatives and close companions. Diwali likewise denote a noteworthy shopping period in countries where it is celebrated. Diwali in 2015 will start on the 11th November and will continue for 5 days until the 15th of November.