The word "Diwali" means "rows of lighted lamps" in Sanskrit, and it represents the victory of light over darkness and good over evil.

The festival of Diwali lasts for five days  this year it falls 10 nov to 15 nov.

Diwali is a time for families to come together, exchange gifts, and enjoy festive meals. It is a time of joy and celebration.

Firecrackers are a traditional part of Diwali celebrations, as it is believed that the loud noises help drive away evil spirits and negative energies.

Many people decorate their homes with colorful rangolis, which are intricate patterns created using colored powders or flower petals.

 Some communities also celebrate Diwali as the day when Lord Rama, along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana, returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile and the defeat of the demon king Ravana.

people to illuminate their homes with rows of oil lamps called diyas during Diwali to symbolize the triumph of light and knowledge over ignorance.

And off course without sweets how come any one celebrate deepawali

May your home and life sparkle with peace and prosperity today and always. Happy Diwali