Diwali 2015


Wednesday 11 November, 2015 by Uncle Spike

Yes, it’s that time of year again when my friends who follow Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism celebrate the festival of Diwali. The ‘festival of lights’ champions good over evil; something we should all aspire to, and something this world desperately needs a hefty dose of. So on that note, may I extend Happy Diwali greetings to all, irrespective of faith, culture or creed.




7 thoughts on “Diwali 2015

  1. NinnaO says:

    Thank you, Spikey! And why not celebrate these thingd daily? Lit a candle and feel love in our hearts!

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  2. dayphoto says:

    You are so right! It is time we all work to achieve good over evil! Happy Diwali Day!



  3. Frances D says:

    Happy Diwali. I will lighting candles and sharing treats with friends today.


  4. Thank you so much for the Diwali wishes, Uncle Spike 🙂

    This is a symbolic festival too, the victory of good over evil and knowledge over ignorance …

    In South India, we celebrated Diwali yesterday, but in all other parts of India today is the Diwali day 🙂

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