Deepavali 2018 celebrations

About Diwali

Deepavali festival is one of the most important festivals of Hindus is celebrated with full reverence and joy for three consecutive days. According to the lunar calendar. Deepavali starts on 13th day of the dark fortnight day of the Indian lunar month of Kartik and that day is called Dhan Teras. On this day people buy new utensils and jewellery. Next day (14th day) Lord Yama (Lord of death) is worshiped in the evening for a long life. People would have cleaned and whitewashed their houses and shops by this day. Last day(15th day) is Diwali or Deepavali. It is celebrated at night by lighting rows and rows of lamps to drive away the darkness. It is also called the Festival of Lights.

NSW (Sydney) Deepavali Celebration 

27th October 2018 – Rouse Hill

28th October 2018 – Strathfield

31st October 2018 – Martin Place

3rd November 2018 – Sri Sitarama Kalyanam – at Parramatta Park

4th November 2018 –  Diwali Mela – at Parramatta Park

8th to 20th November 2018 – Diwali Artspace Exhibition at Strathfield High Street Library

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SA (Adelaide) Deepavali Celebration

3rd November 2018 – At Adelaide showgrounds

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ACT (Canberra) Deepavali Celebration

3rd December 2018 – At Federal Parliament House

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