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The biggest Indian Festival - DIWALI 10 days to Go
This festival looks amazing, how many people attend each year? Does this only take place in Northern India? The video is great and it shows many wonderful colors and lights. The streets look packed and everyone looks like they are having a good time. Fire works are always awesome, is this a religious event? I could watch the video but unfortunately i could not hear the sound. I never heard of ?Festival of Lights, i hope one day i could visit places like india. So many different cultures all around the world its amazing. I look forward to learning more about India and other places. Thanks for taking the time to share this video with everyone.
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how many people attend each year? Nearly Whole India celebrate this festival, this is the biggest Indian festival
is this a religious event? Yes this is religious event related to Hindu Culture
That's great I've heard about it before many times as it's been going for many years much longer than I or us have been around! I've seen videos of it before and there are literally thousands of people and burning many candles and things and at night time it's just like this massive sea of moving, flickering lights and it looks really amazing! I would love to actually experience something like this myself and I think many other people think that too as it's a very popular tourist attraction and attracts people from all over the world not just India.
And like most Internationally known festivals, each year they get bigger and bigger and attract more crowds. But each year there is much more better footage of it as people have high quality digital 4K cameras in their phones and that and drone technology is also increased and is cheaper now so there will no doubt be some spectacular 4K drone shot footage of it all which will be really awesome to see!
I have seen some TV documentaries about diwali and i have to say it's really amazing and looks like fun too. So everyone in India, enjoy your celebration of this nice festival soon.
Yes nearly Each and every Person enjoy this festival Infact we begin the preparations a month prior for this festival
I've read a lot about Diwali recently, a client of mine needed a general shopping calendar for word wide use and Diwali actually came up as a very important holiday celebrated by a lot of people around the world.
Do you guys tend to offer jewelry gifts for Diwali? Because that was what my client planned to sell.
Seoclerk please any diwali special offer hear....any discount or any coupon something like that....
Oh wow, this is interesting. It is the first time I have heard of the Diwali Festival of Light.Thanks for sharing.
We do celebrate the festival of lights in my country too. This is one festival that I really enjoy. People usually decorate their houses with oil lamps and flashing lights on this day. It is so much fun walking in the streets at night and actually see so much light everywhere. It is indeed very beautiful.
We were in Singapore last year during this occasion. Little India was fully decorated with colorful flaglets, those were the small flags and adornments in the streets. I understand that Diwali is the equivalent of Christmas for the Indians. We could sense the festive atmosphere when we shopped in Mustapha, the largest mall in Singapore that is Indian based. I agree that the occasion brings out the beauty of the Indians.