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Malaysia is a multi-race, multi-religion, and multi-belief country. Deepavali(Diwali), which is also known as the Festival of Lights is not only celebrated by the Indian community but also Jains and Sikhs. Deepavali is celebrated for five days. Now, let’s walk into the Indian community’s shoes to celebrate Deepavali together!
1. Observing the aspects of the Deepavali celebration
Deepavali or Diwali? Well, both are actually the same. According to National Geographic, Southern India celebrates it as the day that Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura while Northern India celebrates as the story of King Rama’s after he defeated Ravana by clay lamps. No matter which of it, Deepavali is heralded as a time for victory over darkness with abundant lights.