They celebrate it all in different ways, but all of them have the same spirit when celebrating this festival. It is one of the main religious Hindu holidays that takes place in India. It is known as the festival of lights because people celebrate by inviting good luck and prosperity from the Hindu Goddess Laxmi and the God Ganesh, who represent wealth and success. In celebration people light small clay lamps, diyas, around their home to light up the place. It is celebrated to show the victory of good can overcome evil and also acknowledge the Knowledge, and hope. The people celebrate this festival by cleaning their house, wearing new clothes, with sweets, decorate the house with lights and play with fireworks.
Runner-up is "Diwali" written by Pranavkrishna Bharanidharan. Pranavkrishna is from India, but lives in the United States. He is a participant of the California Montessori Project. In his essay he tells us about the origins of the festival of light and what he enjoys most about the colourful celebrations.
Dipawali means that rows of lighted lamps. They worship Lord Ganesa permanently welfare and prosperity and Lakshmi for wealth and knowledge. The competition gets its name from the row avali of clay lamps Deep that Indians light-weight outside their homes to symbolize the Inner Light that protects us from non-secular darkness. This competition is as necessary to Hindus the same as the Christmas vacation is to Christians.
You probably heard India has multiple languages, and its culture is really important to it. India is also known for their many festivals. India is the land of many festivals, they used to have festivals in a year.