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The time of Diwali is one of the most festive and beautiful times of the year. Diwali literally means a "Row of Lights." It is a time filled with light and love; a time when Indians all over the world rejoice. the last pic actually shows India captured from space on a diwali night!! @dillonk this one's for you
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The food, the smells, the colors, the happiness, the excitement, the lights, firworks and fire crackers. simply Amazing! ♡
hahaha.. food is always the first for me!
I've been to a few diwali celebrations at my school when I was on a dance team, so fun!! food is definitely the best part :)
yes.. do!
@neaa Just another reason to visit India! :)
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