HAPPY DIWALI RED

£3.25

Price £3.25 (which includes 1st class postage & packing) Message inside reads, ‘Have a bright Diwali and a prosperous New Year!’

Who Celebrates Diwali?

Diwali is celebrated by the Hindu and Sikh community. With over 1.1 billion Hindus and Sikhs around the world, Diwali is probably one of the most celebrated festivals across the planet.

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What is the history of Diwali?

There are a number of origins of Diwali varying across different parts of India. One of the popular reasons for celebrating Diwali is taken from the Hindu Epic the Ramayan, in which Lord Rama returns to his kingdom of Ayodhya with his wife and brother after 14 years of exile, during which he defeated the demon Ravana. The people of Ayodhya lit oil lamps along the way to light up their path in the darkness – possibly why this is called the festival of light. Diwali is also a time of worship, particularly of Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth.

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HAPPY DIWALI RED: Price £3.25 (which includes 1st class postage & packing)

Who Celebrates Diwali?

Diwali is celebrated by the Hindu and Sikh community. With over 1.1 billion Hindus and Sikhs around the world, Diwali is probably one of the most celebrated festivals across the planet.

What is the history of Diwali?

There are a number of origins of Diwali varying across different parts of India. One of the popular reasons for celebrating Diwali is taken from the Hindu Epic the Ramayan, in which Lord Rama returns to his kingdom of Ayodhya with his wife and brother after 14 years of exile, during which he defeated the demon Ravana. The people of Ayodhya lit oil lamps along the way to light up their path in the darkness – possibly why this is called the festival of light. Diwali is also a time of worship, particularly of Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth.

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