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In a few days from now, Lord Rama shall come back home and the delighted people will welcome him (LIKE ALWAYS) by lightening diyas, fireworks and disseminating sweets and gifts. Diwali does brighten up people’s mood, businesses and frankly the entire country! India being such a culturally diverse country, the ways of celebrating Diwali are many, but taking your beloved ones for the trip to Incredible India is a different idea you may choose upon to celebrate the feast of lights. And if you are in a dilemma as to where to go to see Deepawali celebrations in India, then this list below might help you choose the right place.


Celebrating Diwali in Haridwar and Varanasi can be an ideal suggestion. As the evening sky grows darker, the devotees throng the Ghats on this major Hindu festival to light diyas before leaving them on the river to float, which has long been the tradition. During Diwali, tourists can take a sunset boat trip on the Ganges, soaking up the sight of lamps illuminating the dark, while hearing the stirring chants and recitals from pilgrims on the riverside. The Varanasi festival culminates in firecrackers being set off in every lane in the city.


The Golden Temple of Amritsar is Sikh, not Hindu, but Diwali coincides with the Sikh celebration of Bandi Chhor Divas. It marks the return of the Sixth Sikh Guru, Guru Hargobind, from Mughal imprisonment. Diwali coincides with the most beautiful season to visit Punjab as the area’s intense heat melts away into pleasant sun-kissed days.


Setting Narakasura, a demon (According to Hindu Mythology), on fire is the tradition of Goa and is also one of the major events of Diwali festival in India. A day prior to Diwali, a big competition is held in every village and city to see who can make the biggest dummy of Narkasura. These Dummies are then set on fire at the dawn of the Diwali Day, which symbolizes the victory of good over evil. You may love to cover the serene beaches of the so-called ‘ the beach capital of India’.

The Mighty Himalayas

Manali: This beautiful hill station in Himachal Pradesh is one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in North India. Surrounded by the towering, snow-capped Himalayan peaks and thick pine forests, one can just not get over the sheer raw beauty of this place. The winter months begin from November onwards, and that is when the true scenic beauty of Manali is revealed to the world. It’s also the perfect time to go skiing for the entire one wanna spend their Diwali or the winter sports enthusiasts.

Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh

FESTIVALS in India are unlike anything you have seen or experienced. There is simply no country on earth that can match India for the frequency, exuberance, size, color, and grandeur of the spectacular festivals. Madhya Pradesh has the best experience for you to celebrate yoDiwaliali, where to get the blessing and the memories connected to your heart forever.

God’s Own Country: Kerala

KERALA is a South Indian state with a long Arabian Sea coastline and a mountainous interior. Like Rajasthan and Goa, it is one of the most popular tourist regions of India. Tropical beaches and a relaxed vibe are the main attractions. But Kerala has so much more to offer in terms of culture and geography, including the famous Backwaters. Indeed the best Diwali Gift.

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