My Spiritual Aspect : this picture depicts my bright beautiful Indian culture. Our cultures form a lot of who we are, and don't necessarily have a link to our religion. This picture is from a popular Indian festival, Diwali which is means "the festival of lights" To me Diwali means spending times with my loved ones and almost like a culmination of the year and the one month fast I observe before Diwali.
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Diwali - Hindu Festival of Lights, occurs between the months of October and November. Not only celebrated in India but Worldwide. Pray to provide enlightenment of Hindu knowledge (Lightness) - Hindu Festival of lights India. Families celebrate by lighting oil lamps and candles to signify the triumph of good over evil- BAPS Swaminarayan Mandir
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Diwali festival of lights celebrated by Hindus worldwide (pix) I've always wanted to visit India and I love to show the girls pictures of this truly intoxicating country. CC C2 W10