Diwali Fireworks/ Crackers in Milton Keynes

Diwali Fireworks/ Crackers in Milton Keynes

Diwali is a celebration that is celebrated by millions of Sikhs an Hindus across the world. It's a time for family and friends to come together and celebrate this traditional event. Families exchange gifts, celebrate with candles and Diwali fireworks in Milton Keynes. 

Diwali, also known as Deepavali or Divali is the Hindu festival of lights with its variations also celebrated in Sikhism and Jainism. It symbolises the spiritual "victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance". The Diwali celebrations generally last five or six days.

Diwali is connected to various religious events, deities and personalities, such as being the day Rama returned to his Kingdom with his wife Sita and his brother Lakshmana after defeating the demon king Ravana. 

Primarily a Hindu festival, variations of Diwali are also celebrated by adherents of other faiths.

During the festival, the celebrants illuminate their homes, temples and workspaces with divas (oil lamps), candles and lanterns. Diwali is also marked with Milton Keynes fireworks and the decoration of floors with Rangoli designs.. Food is a major focus with families partaking in feasts and sharing sweets. The festival is an annual homecoming and bonding period not only for families, but also for communities and associations, particularly those in urban areas, which will organise activities, events and gatherings. Many towns organise community parades and fairs with parades or music and dance performances in parks.

Some Hindus, Jains and Sikhs will send Diwali greeting cards to family near and far during the festive season, occasionally with boxes of Indian confectionery. Another aspect of the festival is remembering the ancestors.

MK Fireworks King have a large array of Milton Keynes Diwali fireworks and coloured smoke and powder which is perfect for Diwali.