Happy Diwali, a Hindu festival in India

Diwali is a Hindu festival of lights. It’s  a five day long festival celebrated all over India with a great zeal. 

Homes are lighted up with clay diyas to expell darkness and ensure prosperity.

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Each year the people of India  celebrate this festival to welcome a new ray of hope into their lives. When all negative forces are believed to be removed from one’s home and life.

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People clean their home and buy new cloths, sweets, pots or jewelry for their family

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It is a festival to start a fresh and welcome a new year of bliss , well being and growth to prosperity and happiness.

Happy Diwali to you India

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In my photography work I thrive to capture the soul of the moment. I let my images speak the language of stillness and vibration, with that I leave my audience to find their own reflections and emotions. My approach in my work is to lead other's to their own imagination and freedom of dreams. I invite you to visit my web site www.corneliaweber-photography.com
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13 Responses to Happy Diwali, a Hindu festival in India

  1. Judi McKenzie says:

    They are all so colorful. You have indeed captured many moments! Great images!

  2. Jane Lurie says:

    What vibrant and fabulous images, Cornelia. The series tells a great story. I just saw the new movie, Lion with Nicole Kidman, and the little boy dreams of eating those orange treats that you’ve photographed. Wonderful post.

  3. Jill says:

    Your photos tell the story. Beautiful!

  4. Oh, those colors. Thanks for sharing, Cornelia.

  5. Festivals like this is a treat for any photographer. And you captured its energy and glow beautifully in these images. As Jill says, they tell a story.

  6. A good coverage of the Diwali season.

    • Thank you Shiva, your comment means always a lot to me.

      • Cornelia I am blessed to know that.
        I always intend to come here and see your Posts, if time could permit me to do so.
        I request you to inform me of your favorite posts that you like me to see and comment. Please give me the links I shall definitely visit them.
        Regards,
        Shiva

      • Thank you Shiva, you are very kind. You are welcome to view all my posts as soon as I publish them. Is there a problem you encounter viewing my posts, just wondering. Best to you. Cornelia

      • Cornelia that is not the point, I just said if you have any favorites, I mean the older ones, I would go and see them.
        I definitely see your notifications, but it so happens if I do not see them on a regular basis they get missed out, as my older date posts, which I normally do not delete but it is always a tendency to check the newer ones and in the process the older ones go unnoticed.
        I shall keep visiting you in the normal process. If I have been lost in the so called mundane world please do make me remember, that’s all.
        Blessings
        Amen!
        Shiva

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