The Hindu world celebrated Diwali, the light is hope


festival of India, was celebrated in the world. in the pandemic with the main festivities on Saturday. The festival symbolizes new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness. It includes gathering with family members, sharing tasty food, watching spectacular fireworks and visiting temples. It’s celebrating the return of Hindu god Lord Rama after fourteen years in exile. Hindus in cities and villages across the world also believe that during the Hindu goddess of wealth, Lakshmi, will visit their homes if they are illuminated, clean and beautifully decorated.


More than a billion Indians celebrated.This year, experts warned that gathering in groups to celebrate could lead coronavirus cases to rise. For those celebrating , social media and video calls are a crucial way of allowing people to connect. On Saturday, many temples across India streamed prayer sessions online to avoid large gatherings. New Delhi’s chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, and some of his ministers held a prayer ceremony at a grand temple. The prayers were broadcast on television and social media. “This is more about survival. It is about being grateful that we are still able to breathe and be alive for this day. Please stay home,” was a message via WhatsApp.To celebrate Diwali is to celebrate the light.