Deepavali also called Diwali, Dipotsav or the festival of lights is a Hindu
celebration rejoiced in and around India.
Deepavali means ‘row of lights’ or a ‘series of diyas’. It is celebrated on the 15th
day of Kartik month. Kartik, also known as Damodar is the sanctified month in
The festival of lights signifies the triumph of good over evil, light over darkness
and enlightenment over ignorance. In order to rejoice Diwali, people light up
earthen lamps or diyas, candles, and electric lights.
Diwali is celebrated by Hindus, Jains and Sikhs. There are various religious and
historical backgrounds that contribute to the observance of the Diwali festival.
There may be differences in rituals and customs from one region of India to
another, but the sole essence of the celebration remains the same. People gather
together with family and friends to rekindle happy moments. It’s a day to take a
break from your busy schedule and have a gala time with loved ones. That’s the
beauty of India’s biggest celebration!
Thursday, 4th November 2021
MAHALAKSHAMI PUJA 17:15 TO 18:00
Arati, Prasad & Tea & Sweets 18:00 TO 19:00
Sunday 7th November 2021
Deepavali- Mahotsav will be celebrated on Sunday, 7th November
Bhajan Kirtan & Cultural program 13:00 TO 14:30
Arati & Prasad 14:30 TO 14:30
Tea, Sweets & Langar 14:30 TO 15:30
Sanatan Mandir Sabha wishes you all a “Happy Diwali 2021”!!!