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Best Places to celebrate Diwali in Rajasthan

The great Indian festival of Diwali, also known as Deepawali, is celebrated with whole hearted enthusiasm and devotion in Rajasthan as in the rest of India. Diwali in Rajasthan is celebrated for 5 continuous days (17-22 Oct 2017)

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Jaisalmer City on Diwali

diwali in Pushkar

Diwali in Pushkar

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Lake City Udaipur during Diwali

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Albert Hall Museum Jaipur Diwali Decoration

diwali in ajmer

Ajmer during Diwali

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Mehrangarh Fort on Diwali

Shops with beads of miniature lights hung from the ceiling; the homes with earthen diyas filled with oil, lit up, the flame ever so flickering and yet over a hundred of them being enough to light up a home; the delicious scent of flower petals spread everywhere and the fragrant, holy smoke of the incense sticks providing relief from the pollution all around; the great Indian festival of Diwali, also known as Deepawali, is celebrated with whole hearted enthusiasm and devotion in Rajasthan as in the rest of India.

In cities, Diwali in Rajasthan is celebrated for 5 continuous days, starting from the festival of Dhanteras, followed by Choti Diwali or Roop Chaturdashi, Badi Diwali (the main festival), Padwa or Govardhan, and Bhaidooj. Every city of Rajasthan has a unique ardor and although the underlying theme of colors, lights, and celebration is recurrent for Diwali, each of these has its own noteworthy way of giving the festival a personal touch.

source: zostel

Click on the images above to see how Diwali is celebrated in different cities of Rajasthan.


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