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John Kerry lights diyas to celebrate first Diwali at US State Dept

Kerry hosts first Diwali celebrations at State dept

rs ago, Barack Obama became the first US President to host Diwali celebrations at the White House by lighting the diya in front of a distinguished Indian-American gathering, with a priest from the local Sri Siva Vishnu Temple in attendance. On ... New Delhi Pioneer, 3 hours ago

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What lends Diwali its soul is the diya. And what give Diwali its sparkle are its crackers. Now, with all the noise about the decibel demon, it's more responsible to celebrate the festival of lights with sparklers, streamers and sky shots that don't blow off ...
 The Telegraph2 days ago
Indian Express

Potters disappointed as diya sales yet to pick up

At Ghumar Mandi in Ludhiana on Tuesday. (Source: Express photo by Gurmeet Singh) With just a day to go for the festival of lights, the Swadeshi Deepawali call given by various organisations to discourage the Chinese products and buy earthen lamps ...
 Indian Express2 days ago Chinese gift items record brisk sale  Indian Express2 days ago
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Once-abundant stone diyas now a rare sight in the hills on Diwali

News #diwali diya #stone diya News18 | Wed Oct 22, 2014 | 09:56 IST #Uttarakhand Once found in abundance on Diwali in the hills, diyas made of stone are now a rare sight. Made out of 'slate pathar', these diyas ...
 IBNLive India News2 days ago

hundred Widows of Vrindavan on Tuesday began a three-day Diwali celebration on the bank of River Yamuna.

usual style, several Marching in a procession carrying lighted diya in their hand, they went to the ghats of the river this evening to raise awareness about its pollution. Widows of Vrindavan, who have continued to defy the age-old traditions ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 days ago Designer diyas to light Diwali  Times of India3 days ago Widows of Vrindavan begin Diwali celebrations on Yamuna banks  Business Standard India3 days ago Widows of Vrindavan to light Yamuna banks by diyas on Diwali  NetIndia123.com5 days ago

Post Diwali, get the banana basics right

Borjhar, Oct. 21: Post Diwali, do not throw away the banana plants used for welcome gates and diya posts! Instead, you can make vermicompost, a basic ingredient for organic farming, out of them apart from other uses. Ahead of the festival of lights, ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago

Spaces Home & Beyond organizes 'Light a Diya, Light a Life'

The event, kick-started at 6:00 pm at Carter Road, Bandra West, Mumbai on 18th October ,2014 and ended at 8:00 pm Reiterating its commitment towards Corporate Social Value Spaces Home & Beyond - a home textile fashion brand by Welspun commemorated the idea of ...
 India Infoline3 days ago Light up your world  The Hindu5 days ago Diyas light up more than just our homes  Economic Times16 minutes ago Festival of lights brightens hearts in city  Times of India22 hours ago

Clay diya, sugar toys fading out of Diwali bazaar

Earthen lamps, sugar toys are passe
 Times of India5 days ago

Lighting up your Diwali

Diya-making is on in full swing at Kumbhar Wada (Dharavi), in Mumbai, for the upcoming Diwali festival. Almost 200 families practice pottery at Kumbha Wada, which means potter's colony. Most of the potters are from Gujarat. Lighting a diya during ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago
International Business Times India

Terracotta 'diya - makers' face loss as people in West Bengal opt for Chinese lamps ahead of Diwali

+ Siliguri/ Kanpur, Oct 15 (ANI): With cheaper lighting options flooding the markets, Indian potters complain of slack in the sales of their traditional terracotta 'diyas' or earthen lamps ahead of Diwali, the festival of lights. In recent ...
 International Business Times India1 week ago
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