Diwali is an ancient Hindu festival of lights, celebrated each autumn in India, as well as in many countries around the world. It is one of the biggest and brightest festivals in India and symbolizes the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. Diwali is celebrated for five days in India - each day with its own traditions and rituals, along with the exchange of gifts, fireworks and feasts. This delightful trivia template will help you explore the various aspects of Diwali, from its history and symbolism to its delicious cuisine, dazzling decorations and more. Test your knowledge and spread the light of joy with Diwali Trivia!
1) Diwali is celebrated in
2) Diwali commemorates
3) What is the traditional image associated with Diwali?
4) What is the most popular Diwali decoration?
5) What is the significance of light in Diwali?
6) How many days does Diwali last?
7) Who gave Lord Rama a box of enchanted jewels when he returned after winning the battle?
8) What is the traditional color worn during Diwali?
9) What is the traditional material used to make the Diwali lanterns?
10) What is the traditional way to greet during Diwali?
11) What is the traditional food of Diwali?
12) What is the traditional activity done during Diwali?
13) Who wrote the Ramayana, the epic that recounts the story of Diwali?
14) What is the traditional belief associated with Diwali?
15) Diwali celebrates the return of whom to Ayodhya?
16) On which day of Diwali is the Ganesha Chaturthi celebrated?
17) In which Hindu month is Diwali celebrated?
18) How is the festival of Diwali celebrated?
19) What is the symbol of good fortune for Diwali?
20) What do people usually do to celebrate Diwali?
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