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Written by: Jennifer Kumar, Cultural Adjustment Coach
Saturday, October 17, 2009

Diwali Greetings 2009 e-card
 

 

Other posts on Alaivani about Diwali

Diwali As Harvest Festival in Kerala - submitted by Joby George

Story of Diwali Diwali Harvest

This article was inspired partially by e-mail stories friends have sent me over the years and from other internet research I have done. It's not only Diwali that fascinates me like this, but the fact that the same holidays are celebrated in different parts of India, but expressed so differently from state to state and region to region.

               Day 1: Dhanteras
               Day 2: Nakra Chaturdashi
               Day 3: Lakshmi Puja 
               Day 4: Padwa or Varshapratipada    
               Day 5: Bhayya Dhuj   

 

 


Diwali and other select Hindu Holidays in 2010
 

President Obama and the White House wish Happy Diwali

 

 

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Onam and Diwali: A Mysterious Connection

When a friend sent me a story about Onam legends and myths, something in that story reminded me of aspects of the Story of Diwali  article above. It is quite interesting that the same story some in India use to celebrate Diwali is used in a very similiar way but to explain Onam. It so intrigued me, I wrote this article on it.

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