How People are celebrating Diwali Festival all Over the World – Diwali festival is a five-day festival that holds around the world and they used to celebrate the victory of good over evil.
It is mostly Hindus, Sikhs and Jains around the world that celebrates the festival, it is also called Festival of lights.
They also, used the event to celebrate one of the Hindu gods, Lord Ram and his return after his 14 years of exile.
For the Sikhs, they used the event to celebrate the release of the sixth guru, Guru Hargobind, for 1619 after the Emperor at that time was in jail for the militarization of the Sikhs.
The festival include, lighting of candles and fireworks and also rangoli art, this is the peroid people uses coloured powder, flower petals and other materials to draw very complex designs on the ground.
Different places celebrate the festival in different ways. Sikhs and many devotees visit the Golden Temple of India for the festival and prayers.
For Nepal, where is it called Festival of Lights, Tihar, many households decorate their front buildings with coloured lights.
But the coronavirus pandemic has changed the way people celebrate the festival in some places.
At the temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, all worshippers were compelled to wear face mask and check temperature before they entered the worship ground.
In Colombo temple, worshippers in the one temple at Sri Lanka were seen wearing facemask.
What is Diwali Festival 2020?
Diwali festival 2020 is a five-day festival that holds around the world every year and they used to celebrate the victory of good over evil.
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