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Facts about        Diwali

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Diwali is celebrated for three days. 

    DAY ONE ( Dhanteras):  To bring good fortune, people clean their homes and buy Gold and kitchen utensils.

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      DAY TWO ( Choti Diwali) With clay lamps, people decorate their homes and make patterns on the floor called Rangoli with colored powders or sand.

               DAY THREE ( Diwali):  After worshiping Goddess Lakshmi & Lord Ganesh, Friends and family visit to each others place to exchange gifts/ sweets and best wishes.

The largest Diwali celebrations are held in the United Kingdom's Leicester.

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– Hindus from other countries gather at place called Mandir for Diwali to offer prayers, view firework displays, and enjoy delicious food!

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Although Diwali is often thought of as a Hindu celebration, it is also celebrated by Sikh and Jain.

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