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Diwali 2012

The festival to celebrate victory of the Good over the Evil and Light over Darkness has a major religious significance for people not only for Hindus, but also for Hindus living abroad. The only way to enjoy Diwali to the fullest extent is to celebrate it with your family and friends. It is the time to forget all your troubles and problems for the time being and get ready to celebrate the festival with Diwali pooja, sweets, rangoli and lots of fun.
Nanhi Kali- Syracuse University proudly celebrated this popular festival with a glimpse of Indian tradition and culture. This was an opportunity for students to donate towards the social cause of educating under-privileged girls in India.

The light of our diyas with good faith, our prayers to Lakshmi and Ganesh, our offerings to Gods and Goddesses, with the joyful happiness and warmth in our hearts made Diwali 2012 at Syracuse University an unforgettable one!
Tambola was played and exciting prizes were distributed.
Guests were content with the Authentic Indian cuisines.
3 Cultural Dance performances
Attendance: 150 people.
Amount raised: $1500
Religious prayers were offered
Location: Pooja at Hendricks Chapel and dinner at iLounge,iSchool
Date: 11/14/2012
Time: 7:00pm - 11:00pm