Diwali: The Hindu Festival Of Lights
One of the most eminent festivals in Hindu culture – Diwali is celebrated with much stir and show throughout various communities in the India as well as abroad. The Sanskrit word Deepavali, means ‘row of lights’ and light symbolises hope. Colloquially known as the “festival of lights”, it is generally a five-day celebration wherein families get together, friends indulge in merry-making, light lamps and diyas as well as gorge on sweet delicacies. It marks the beginning of new year as per Hindu calendar and we open new check books and diaries as well as clean our homes and offices.
Diwali signifies different things to people of different religions, across the country and is celebrated in a unique way everywhere. North India celebrates Diwali as homecoming of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. One can witness the exuberance and splendor of this festival on streets and houses where people display exquisite splendour and luscious delicacies.Western India celebrates this festival for over a fortnight with their authentic traditional flavour and legendary spirits and honours Goddess Lakshmi, fore token of wealth. In Bengal and East India Diwali is associated with Goddess Kali and diyas are lit to remember the souls of ancestors laid to rest. South India celebrates the festival of lights for three days with festive exuberance. Not just in India, Deepavali is also celebrated by Indians all over the world with great passion.
Australia witnesses Diwali with great grandiose and in good spirit too. At Curry Club we follow the tradition and delight in the celebration of this festive season with our full energy. We guarantee you meals that are cooked to perfection for you to indulge and savour the taste along with a great festive ambience which ensure that everyone who visits us comprehend the festive mood and feel fulfilled.
This Diwali Curry Club is hosting one of the most rocking Diwali Night of Melbourne on 22nd October. We promise unlimited fun and food cooked to perfection. Treat your taste buds with our flavourful 3 course buffet at just $60/couple (Couples only) and dance to the tunes of in house DJ. We assure you a good time with games like Bingo, prizes and lots of freebies to take home. Cherry on the cake, special guest of the evening is none other than beautiful Mrs Australia Lifestyle 2016.
But keep in mind, Diwali is not only about lighting diyas and burning candles, lighting fireworks and gambling but about inner peace and a fresh start. Light diyas this time thinking that this light should eliminate all evil from inside you and there should be no place for darkness but only positivity. Make this Diwali truly luminescent and may this festival bring you peace and prosperity, health and great happiness.