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Grand Diwali Celebration

Sat, Oct 22, 2022

Timing of the Event

Saturday, October 22, 2022
6:00 pm to 11pm

Actual Diwali – Monday, October 24, 2022

Pay for parking – $10

 Outdoor Program

6:00 PM Diwali Mela,  Food Booths & Indian Bazaar
9:10 PM Amazing Fireworks
9:30 PM Raas Garba with Live Band

Indoor Program
6:00 pm Singing Ramayan Chaupai
6:45 pm Guru Vandana by Shiksha students
6:50 pm Diwali Diya Lighting
7:00 pm Diwali message by Sushree Gopeshwari Didi Ji
7:30 pm Cultural program Part 1
7:45 pm Documentary on JKP Charitable activities
8:00 pm Cultural program Part 2
8:20 pm Arti to Shri Ram
8:45 pm Jhanki out to Maharas Mandal Outside Program
6:00 PM Diwali Mela – Food & Bazaar Booths
9:00 PM Watch an Amazing Fireworks
9:20 PM Dhol Tasha Performance at Maharas Mandal
9:30 PM – 11 PM Raas Garba with Live band at Maharas Mandal

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Sparkle -up your Diwali with Joy!
Ignite the flame of devotion in your heart!

Diwali, also called Deepawali, is one of the most popular Hindu festivals.  It is known as the festival of lights, which stems from its origin.

The use of lights on Diwali also carries a deeper philosophical meaning. Within each person’s heart, there lies the potential for both good and evil. These qualities are called sattvic and tamas in Sanskrit and they represent light and darkness, respectively. Developing the sattvic quality of one’s mind through good thoughts and actions, and through devotion to God, is like lighting up your heart, which drives away the darkness of tamas.

When Radha and Krishn were on the earth planet, They also celebrated Diwali in a special way. They went to Mansi Ganga (a large holy pond near Govardhan hill) and placed floating diyas on the water from opposite sides of the pond. Then They, along with all the Gopis and Gwalbals, created waves with their hands, causing the diyas to cover the entire pond.

Fireworks will be available in the designated area for families to enjoy the event.  So come join us!

Happy Diwali!