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D. Jewel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
Diwali celebration is observed in October, and at times the celebration can be observed in November. This is because Diwali is usually observed at the end of the monsoon season. This year, Diwali...Read More

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D. Jewel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
What characterized Diwali as a special and one of the most celebrated festivals in South Asia is not only in what it connotes but also the attitude of people towards this festival. In fact, what...Read More

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D. Jewel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
Yes, Diwali is a national festival. It is one of the most popular festivals in India. It is celebrated by Sikhs, Hindus, Jains, and even Buddhists. It is the biggest festival for Hindus. The...Read More

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J. Alva
Answered: Dec 20, 2019
Winter solstice is that period of the year when the Earth's pole tilts away from the Sun, and the Sun's maximum elevation in the sky is at its lowest. Winter solstice occurs two times in a year,...Read More

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J. Alva
Answered: Dec 20, 2019
Winter solstice, also known as midwinter or hibernal solstice, is the period of the year when the Earth's pole tilts away from the Sun and the Sun's maximum elevation in the sky is at its lowest....Read More

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F. Hope
Answered: Dec 19, 2019
The Winter Solstice or the shortest day on earth will last for 7 hours, 49 minutes, and 43 seconds. This is very much different from the Summer Solstice or the longest day that lasted for more...Read More

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R. Tanner
Answered: Dec 24, 2019
Winter solstice has been observed in civilizations over the world for thousands of years. This beginning of the solar year is a celebration of light and rebirth of the sun. Most of the customs,...Read More

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J. Alva
Answered: Dec 20, 2019
The winter solstice is so special because it marks the shortest day and the longest night of the year in both the Northern and Southern hemispheres of the earth. The winter solstice is also a...Read More

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R. Tanner
Answered: Dec 24, 2019
The deeper spiritual meaning behind the winter solstice encompasses hope. We put lights outside our houses and light candles for spiritual reasons because we hope that the darkness will end, and...Read More

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L. Laurel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Jan 02, 2020
Different countries of the world, especially those that are in the Northern Hemisphere, usually experience the shortest day of the year, and at the same time, the longest night of the year in...Read More

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L. Laurel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Jan 02, 2020
Solstice refers to one of the two times in a year when the sun is at its highest distance from the equator. The summer solstice is experienced in June, while winter solstice is experienced in...Read More

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L. Laurel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Jan 02, 2020
Yes, Winter Solstice is the shortest day of the year. Winter solstice is usually observed in the northern hemisphere on December 21 or 22. Apart from the fact that winter solstice is the shortest...Read More

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R. Hunter
Answered: Oct 21, 2019
Diwali, which is observed in honor of Rama Chandra, is celebrated due to a belief that he returned safely from exile after he had fought the demons and conquered. Rama Chandra, who was considered...Read More

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D. Jewel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
Diwali is celebrated to remember the day when Rama-Chandra returned to his people after spending about 14 years in a foreign land. During this period, Rama was able to fight with a demon king...Read More

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D. Jewel, Assistant Manager
Answered: Oct 16, 2019
Diwali is known as the festival of lights because the majority of the stories that brought about the celebration represent one thing, and that is the promotion of the kingdom of light and the...Read More

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