Diwali Celebration


I love Australia, the beaches, football, barbeques and everything in between. As an Indian living in Australian and having spend most part of my growing years in India, I miss all the in’s and out’s, hustle and bustle during any festival season.

I dream of celebrating all the Hindu/Indian festivals here in Australia with the same flora, enjoying all the delicacies that champion any menu and to do it with friends – laughing, dancing and singing.

As a young mother, I also want my children to experience the tradition and culture much in the same way as I did many years ago.

Celebrations are never small whether it is Australia or India. So when we (me and Mr. Husband) decided to celebrate Diwali (Deepavali) the guest numbers weren’t small. From the beginning we had a clear idea – to bring the same feel, experience and enjoyment to the party and…

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