Why is Diwali important to Hindus?

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Diwali is important to the Hindus because it celebrates Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity. Hindus pray to Lakshmi to bring them good luck in the coming year. The festival is held around October in the British calendar system and the ceremony lasts for about 1 week.
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it is important because it was about lord ram and sita. everyone gives gifts to each other and they wear new clothes.
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Diwali will be celebrated on 3rd November his year. Well Deepavali holds its importance for Hindus as on Day Lord Ram defeated Raven and returned o Ayodhya after 14 years. The festival
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Because Hinduism is a pluralistic religion (not polytheist) where we believe that there are many ways to view and think about God, not many gods. So all the gods that you see in Hinduism
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A hindu priest, rabbi and a lawyer were driving down the road, when the car breaks down. Fortunately finding a farmhouse nearby, the farmer informed them that he had only one spare
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Diwali, or Deepavali as it also known, is a Hindu festival which is celebrated for various reasons. The birthday of Goddess of wealth, Lakshmi, her rescue from ...
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