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Diwali Mela

Diwali is a major religious holiday in Hindu, Sikh, and Jain traditions, but people of all faiths are welcome to join in the celebration of the triumph of light over darkness.

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A laser light show and fireworks display are among the attractions, as are South Asian food and art vendors, pony rides, and nonstop entertainment by local and Bollywood entertainers.

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Win raffle prizes, eat traditional cuisine, learn about Indian and Nepalese culture, and watch the main attraction, the Ramlila, a theatrical performance depicting a heroic story of good versus evil from ancient Hindu literature.

Food for Diwali

Food is an important part of Diwali celebrations, so those planning to celebrate at home will want to know about a few key places to stock up on some treats.

If you want to keep your celebration delicious and low-key, Toronto has a plethora of great Indian restaurants for a night out.

Diwali Events Round Up 2022

Every year, millions of Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains around the world celebrate Diwali, the Indian festival of lights. This year’s holiday falls on October 24, and we have a number of events planned to commemorate it! With these events all over the city, you can learn about the holiday and the culture that surrounds it.

How Diwali is Celebrated Across the World

Karachi, Pakistan

Few Pakistanis haven’t heard of Deepak Perwani. For more than 30 years, his luxury men’s and women’s clothing line has pushed fashion boundaries both within and outside of the country. His humanitarian work adds to the appeal. Come Diwali, celebrities pour through the doors of the Perwani residence in Karachi, where Deepak lives with his mother and brother, in clear evidence of the enormous store of goodwill and sheer chutzpah he has generated over the years.

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When the fashion designer states flatly, “we host the biggest Diwali party of the year, and the biggest Holi party of the year,” he is not bragging.

Finland & Singapore

Shama and Sanjay Goel’s journey has taken them from India to Singapore, then to Finland, and now back to Singapore. As Punjabis living abroad, the couple celebrates Diwali just like any other Hindu! They aren’t too concerned with rituals, but they do their best to keep the festivities as authentic as possible.

Singapore is a breeze — ‘as good as India,’ they say — but when they moved to Finland, Diwalis were a little surreal — diyas, candles, and lights inside, while snow and rain fell steadily outside in the daytime darkness.

‘Honestly, the mismatch probably added to the beauty of it,’ Shama says from her Singapore home. ‘It was definitely Diwali with a twist,’ she says.

San Ramon, California, USA

Every year on Dhanteras, the first of the five days of Diwali, Deepa Dayalan rushes to the grocery store in San Ramon, California, to purchase a broom! ‘They’re always sold out by the time I get there,’ she says, her eyes and tone amused. ‘I have yet to find one in my 25 years here in the United States.’

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It’s a charming Diwali tradition thought to bring good luck. While buying gold and silver on Dhanteras is more well-known, those who celebrate Diwali and the special days preceding it also purchase brooms to sweep away all negativity from their homes. A thoroughly clean house, illuminated with diyas (lamps), candles, and decorative lights, now awaits the deity of prosperity’s arrival.

Nairobi, Kenya

Jiya, 13, and Shay Jobanputra, 10, adore Diwali for the same reasons that most Indian children do. They anticipate seeing their home lit up with diyas (lamps) and candles; they enjoy making Rangolis (decorative patterns) on their doorstep and watching fireworks flare into the night sky, and they anticipate a month-long sugar binge.
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