Diwali falls on the darkest night of amavasya or lunar eclipse in the month of Kartik, marking the return of Rama, the hero of the Hindu epic Ramayana, after fourteen years of exile.

Known as the festival of lights, and symbolic of the return of prosperity, the Maharaja worships Lakshmi, the goddess of abundance, wearing traditional attire. The whole palace is decorated with beautiful lights meant to welcome the Goddess, and invoking the power of light to drive away the dark forces of evil and ignorance.


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