This entry is part 7 of 7 in the series Aurovalley AshramSpending Diwali, India’s Festival of Light, at an ashram was both fun and inspiring. It lit an unexpected spark of courage and confidence in me.
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Everything you need to know to attend the top 5 festivals in India: Diwali, Holi, Durga Puja, Ganesh Chaturthi and Pushkar Camel Fair.
The Incredible India ad campaign captivated travellers with glorious images of wild tigers and colourful festivals. These are my top 10 Incredible India moments.
Diwali means “rows of lighted lamps” and it is also called the Festival of Light. It is the most enthusiastically celebrated festival in India. Here are some great places to celebrate Diwali in India.
Diwali in India is like Christmas in Canada. It’s the biggest festival of the year, celebrated all over India, with lights, firecrackers, flowers, parties and pujas. Diwali (or Deepavali) celebrates the return of Lord Rama and Sita from exile, and the triumph of light over dark.
One of BreatheDreamGo’s most popular posts: What is authentic travel in India? India is one of those places where the question of authentic, or “real” often comes up. For me, “authentic” travel is about engagement. The more deeply involved I am, the more “authentic” it is.
Happy Diwali, the Festival of Lights October 17 this year, 2009, is Diwali, the biggest celebration of the year in India. Diwali celebrates the triumph of Lord Rama — his defeat of the evil demon Ravana, capture of his wife Sita and return from exile — and, in general, the victory of light over dark. […]