Diwali is a festival of lights
Try not to indulge in any fights
Enjoy with lots of shopping
The list everytime has something new popping
And exchanging gift pouches
Trying latest DIYs
Making flowers and butterflies
Making beautiful colourful rangolis
Protecting it from feet and bees
Wearing beautiful dresses
Bordered with thick laces
New home decors and lots of sweets
And sweet relation meets
Crackers and candles
And loads of fun pills
Worships and prayers
And removing all dirt layers
Meeting friends and relatives
Starting celebrations since days of eves
It’s the greatest festival of India
And most awaited by Riya
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Diwali is a festival celebrated in India. It is a festival of lights. It symbolises friendship and brotherhood. People start cleaning their houses since week before and decorate the house with beautiful and colourful lights, candles, diyas, rangolis, wall and door hangings, flowers and many more home decors. We exchange gifts with our relatives and friends. The celebration includes lighting up the whole house and preparing special dishes and desserts.
Diyas are tiny bowl like things in which oil and a string of cotton is put and lit.
Rangolis are designs made on the floor with powder colours, flower petals and decorated with diyas. Nowadays, we are getting some printed ones also.
Wall and door hangings are made of pearls and flowers and are avilable in a large variety all over the country.