Diwali is one of India's biggest festivals and is also widely popular among the passengers of other parts of the world. If you want to vacate places to go to India during Diwali, it can be a daunting task. There are live festivals that go to India to experience this vibrant festival. After all, the places to go for Diwali vacation are just big. However, the beauty of Diwali celebrations in India is that it varies from region to region. Although the whole country is in the mood of festivities, the celebration and belief system varies from state to state and city to city. And in order to celebrate every kind, the opportunity opens to travelers to know more about this festival.
Some places to come during the Diwali holiday include Amritsar, Varanasi and Goa. If you travel to these places during Diwali, then rest assured that you are in for a wonderful treatment.
Amritsar and the rest of Punjab celebrate Diwali with any other place in the country and celebrate with greater enthusiasm and enthusiasm. They are also known for some grand Diwali parties. While most festivals are similar to the rest of the country, the Diwali celebration in this part of India is a different fact that the Sikhs celebrate it as the day which is a symbol of the return of Guru Hargobind Sahib from Mughal captivity. For a traveler, it is not surprising that the famous golden temple is surrounded by thousands of lamps situated on the banks of the lake, which makes this holy gurus pre-shining. Apart from this, spectacular fireworks are also worth seeing in Amritsar.
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What makes the Diwali celebrations in Varanasi truly special is the fact that this place celebrates the festival for a fortnight and is considered one of the best places to visit in the Diwali holidays. The place becomes a haven for travelers and a paradise for photographs, thanks to the kind of procedures that make up all Diwali celebrations in this place. Varanasi celebrates what is known as Dev Deepavali or Diwali of the Gods, where the priests of Ravidas Ghat and Raj Ghat perform great rituals to receive the gods, who are believed to descend to Earth only to bathe in the sacred waters of the river Ganga flows beyond this city. The Diwali festivities in Varanasi have gained so much popularity that a festival called Ganga Mahotsav is held together with Dev Deepavali to attract more crowds.
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Yes, Goa is already one of the most popular tourist destinations in India, mainly because of its beaches and its epic New Year holidays. However, Diwali in Goa is also good enough to attract tourists to this place from all over the country and the world. The celebrations of Diwali in Goa are popular, especially because of how in Narak Chaturdashi, each village burns the effigies of Narakasura. In fact, interesting competitions are also held to judge who the tallest and most feared effigies are.