Presented by: One Love Charity
Experience a joyful culturally rich evening of modern and traditional live music and dance, Rāmāyaṇa drama performance, tasty vegetarian street food, henna and free Indian face paint, a popular Bhangra dance party and plenty of diyas to light.
Directly translated from Sanskrit Diwali means ‘abundant lights,’ and is thus known as the Festival of Lights.
Diwali observance stems to ancient times. Lord Rama, the mightiest of warriors, slayed the demon Ravana.
Diwali celebrates the triumph of love, kindess and humilty over the spirit surpressing habits: jealousy, lust, greed etc.