Hindus across Pakistan celebrate Diwali

Diwali celebrations were held at Daharki and Raherki Sahib in interior Sindh.


Web Desk November 13, 2012

The Hindu community across Pakistan is celebrating their religious festival, Diwali today (Tuesday) with enthusiasm, Express News reported.

Members of the Hindu community lit up oil lamps outside temples, their homes and shops after which pooja ceremonies were held at the temples.

Diwali celebrations were held at Daharki and Raherki Sahib in interior Sindh, where special worships will be held.

The Hindus celebrate Diwali, also known as the “festival of lights” and perform traditional activities and is celebrated for five days.

In Multan, many Hindus are also celebrating Diwali.

The triumph of good over evil, colorful rangolis and firecrackers are the highlights of the Hindu festival.

COMMENTS (15)

Shrirang Kulkarni | 9 years ago | Reply

Why Pakistani muslims are so narrow minded?? They can't just wish "Happy Diwali" why you guys need to mention Happy Diwali to Pakistani Hindus???

ira | 9 years ago | Reply

Happy Diwali to all Hindus everywhere in the world! May the Divine Light protect you, bless you with much peace and love.

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