Workers light oil lamps during Diwali celebrations in Gandhinagar, some 30 kms from Ahmedabad. The festival of lights celebrates the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya, and the triumph of good over evil. Hand made diyas, decorative lights and sky lanterns are some alternatives that people have opted for this year, in hope of a quieter, cleaner celebration for one of India’s biggest festivals.

Workers light oil lamps during Diwali celebrations in Gandhinagar, some 30 kms from Ahmedabad. The festival of lights celebrates the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya, and the triumph of good over evil. Hand made diyas, decorative lights and sky lanterns are some alternatives that people have opted for this year, in hope of a quieter, cleaner celebration for one of India’s biggest festivals.

Workers light oil lamps during Diwali celebrations in Gandhinagar, some 30 kms from Ahmedabad. The festival of lights celebrates the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya, and the triumph of good over evil. Hand made diyas, decorative lights and sky lanterns are some alternatives that people have opted for this year, in hope of a quieter, cleaner celebration for one of India’s biggest festivals.

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