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    Mouth-watering Diwali Food

    The Festival of Lights this year is on the 3rd of November and the festivities and preparations have already begun. Everyone is looking forward to this grand event in November. There is already a lot of excitement and enthusiasm seen all around the markets and shopping spots.…

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    The Joy of Giving Diwali Gifts

    The Festival of lights, Diwali spreads joy and happiness and there is no better way to express your love than by giving gifts. Diwali holidays have begun and it’s time to make merry and enjoy the festivities. The markets and shopping malls have their Diwali sales on and people are out shopping and enjoying on the streets.…

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    Brighten up your Diwali with Decorative Diyas and Candles

    The glittering festival of lights, gifts, sweets and togetherness has arrived. Diwali will be celebrated on 3rd November this year. The word Deepawali literally means ‘a row of lamps’ in Sanskrit. The festival of Diwali is a time to spread joy, happiness, cheer and laughter.…

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    Celebrating The Festival Of Lights

    India is also known as the ‘land of festivals’ and there are a number of festivals celebrated all throughout the year in this rich cultural country. The most awaited and anticipated festival which is celebrated all over India is Diwali or Deepawali.…

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    Dublin Diwali Fireworks

    Dublin Diwali marketing and organisation has been a very welcome challenge that Straw Events has embraced whole heartedly with the singular aim of making Diwali a household name in Ireland. We want the people of Ireland to wait for Diwali every year as the most colourful and vibrant Indian festival in Ireland.…

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    Diwali Puja

    Deepawali is without doubt the most celebrated festival in the diverse cultural country of India. The word Deepawali translates into ‘a row of lamps’ in the Sanskrit language. Diwali time sees people renovating their houses, getting rid of all unused and unwanted items so that there is room for new electronic appliances, pieces of furniture or even vehicles.…

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    Bollywood Fusion Ireland

    Bollywood FusionBollywood Fusion Ireland is a new dance company which I set up this year. I am a qualified dance teacher and fitness trainer with experience in Hip Hop, Jazz, Contemporary, Ballet, Tap, Irish Dance, Bhangra and Bollywood.

    Coming from Berlin, Germany, I have a passion for promoting the Indian culture and have been doing so through Bollywood dance for the last two years.…

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    Delhi O’Deli

    Punjabi By Nature - Fine Indian Food in The Heart of Ranelagh

    Since opening its doors on Dublin’s Moore Street, Delhi O’Deli has been serving authentic Indian street food at extremely competitive prices to the people of Ireland. It is frequented by Indians and non-Indians alike. For the Indians it is a chance to reacquaint themselves with a taste of Indian streets and for the non-Indians it is a journey into the unknown world of Indian Street food in comfortable surroundings.…

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    Chillies For Charity – Update

    Dublin Diwali took over Harry’s On The Green for the afternoon on 19th October and livened up South King Street in Dublin city centre with Bollywood music and dance and a unique CHillies For Charity competition in aid of Laura Lynn House.…

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    Chillies For Charity

    Dublin Diwali have teamed up with Laura Lynn House to bring you

    Chillies For Charity

    • Are you tough enough to eat HOT HOT Chillies?
    • Are you string enough to chew on some of the HOTTEST chillies known to us?
    • Are you kind enough to donate some of your time and money for Laura Lynn House?
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  • Punjabi By Nature - Fine Indian Food in The Heart of Ranelagh

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    Punjabi By Nature

    Punjabi By Nature - Fine Indian Food in The Heart of RanelaghPunjabi By Nature

    Punjabi BY Nature Restaurant & Take-Away has been serving authentic Indian Cuisine in Ranelagh for over 14 years. Formerly known as, Punjab balti House, it has become a success story in the Dublin cullinary scene by consistently preparing traditional Punjabi dishes from the north of India.…

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    Diwali – My Story

    I cherish memories of my childhood in India, one of which is the joyous time spent during Diwali – a delightful festival celebrated in late October and early November. Preparations for the festival started weeks before Diwali.

    A fun activity in our family was to start constructing paper lanterns ¬†well before Diwali.…

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  • Diwali at The Golden Temple

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    The Story of Diwali
    Diwali is the homecoming of Lord Rama, 7th human incarnation of Lord Vishnu to rid the earth of the Demon King Raavana. Lord Rama slayed the demon king returned home after 14 years in exile to be welcomed by his people with a brightly lit Ayodhya on a new moon night. Diwali is the celebration of victory of good over evil. Dublin Diwali comes to Dublin on 2nd November to Citywest Convention Centre.
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  • Diwali Fireworks

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    Diwali and My Childhood
    Diwali is my favourite festival closely followed by Christmas but being an Indian, Diwali steals the show for me. It is rich, colourful, vibrant and it celebrates all things that bring us joy including the fireworks. This is my Diwali Story.
    Amit Wadhwa
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  • Citwest Hotel & Convention Centre

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    Straw Events Announces Dublin Diwali 2013 Venue
    Straw Events is extremely delighted to announce that Dublin Diwali 2013 will take place at Citywest Convention Centre on 2nd November 2013. The 117,000 sq. ft. venue is the most suitable venue according to Straw Events Ltd (organisers of Dublin Diwali), "There was no other venue in consideration for Dublin Diwali because the convention centre at Citywest Hotel is a modern & large venue with close proximity to the LUAS. It is ideal for Diwali."
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