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Diwali and best wishes

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List of Posts of this series:

  1. Diwali and best wishes (10/11/2018)
  2. Lễ hội Diwali và tin nhắn chúc mừng (10/11/2018)

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This is first post of “One minute relaxtion” category. I create this category to share fun short stories about language exchange (culture and humanity). Languages are related with culture. And misconception 😀 .When you learn foreign language in an extract context that is with family, friend and working, you will learn effectively.

In first post, I will write about the biggest festival of India which is going in this time. It’s Diwali. Also called “ram of lamps”. I knew it through my India friend who is Ravi. Hinduism community manage this event from 13 night of  Ashwin month to 2nd day of Kartika, India calendar. In Georgian calendar, it’s up to each year.

Diwali Occasion Fire Diya Arm Religion Candles

Everyone use fire to turn on candles that the aim of this action is winning celebration between Krishna and Narakasura. I think “Hội Hoa Đăng” of VietNam was from or influnced from Diwali. It was changed to be accepted by VietNamese.

Like Lunar New Year in VietNam is the biggest festival of one year. VietNamese send “Chúc mừng năm mới”, “An khang thịnh vượng” or “Happy New year”. In these days, Indian also send SMS, greeting cards by Hindi that written by Denavagari: शुभ दीपावली! or English:”Happy Diwali”. VietNamese is “Chúc mừng Diwali”.

That’s all. I will share many post about language and culture exchange. Feel free to comment below. Thank you for reading!

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