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Diwali or Deepavali, the festival of "rows of lights", is one of the most important of all Hindu festivals. The celebrations commence with a purifying oil bath and the lighting of lamps, symbolic of the spiritual light pervading the earth and the destruction of darkness and ignorance.[more]

Here's a collection of miscellaneous Diwali pictures.

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The Festival of Lights
Woman Observing Diwali

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Burning lamp design for Deepavali
A Rangoli Design for Deepavali 

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Boys Selling Oil Lamps for Deepavali
Boys Selling Oil Lamps for Deepavali

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Fireworks During the Deepavali Festival
Fireworks in the sky during Deepavali

© Vikas Kamat
The Lamp of Diwali
"The Light of Deepavali"

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A holy lamp from  the <I>Shashvati</I> collection in Bangalore
Woman Holding a Oil Lamp
An ancient artifact from Shashwati Museum, Bangalore

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First Created: Monday, October 28, 2002
Last Updated: 11/1/2002
Tags: festive

 

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