How Diwali is Celebrated in Tamil Nadu | Diwali in India

Diwali is celebrated on the day when Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura and also in honor of this day Bali went to rule the nether-world, obeying the order of Vishnu.

An brightful and wonderful festival in Tamilnadu is diwali. All tamilans favorite festival in Tamilnadu. Not only for tamilans it was liked by other state people also.. Indians celebrate Diwali with great passion. They fire lots of firecrackers and eat sweets and wear new clothes. Indian Hindus celebrate Diwali as a day of celebration. Candles are burnt in every home. People clean their homes and wear new clothes. Sweets are shared and people wish each other. Diwali is the biggest festival of India that celebrates the victory of good over the evil. Indians all over the world celebrate Diwali and it is also the beginning of new year as per the Hindu calendar.


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