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Australia is all set to celebrate Diwali

 Australia is all set to celebrate Diwali

Indian Diaspora is getting ready to celebrate Diwali, the “festival of lights,” after a particularly dark year. On November 4th, Hindus, Jains, and Sikhs worldwide will commemorate the occasion, which honours new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil. On top of long-term local lockdowns in Australia, the Australian population has also had to endure friends and family dealing with India’s terrible second wave of COVID-19.

Following the lifting of the curfew in several Australian states, residents are preparing to celebrate by lighting up their houses and gathering for a feast. While there may be fewer celebrations than usual due to limits on house visits, many people are looking forward to seeing their friends and family again.

Here is a list of events that will take part in and Australia – 


This Diwali, INDSOC is hosting the ULTIMATE DIWALI CRUISE, dubbed SHAAM SHAANDAR, which will be an elite 3-hour experience with UNLIMITED cocktails, delectable cuisine, and banging Bollywood music played by our DJ throughout the night. If you enjoyed INDSOC’s Diwali cruise last year, you’d be blown away again this year. Visitors may dance away their problems to blockbuster Bollywood music while enjoying unlimited cocktails and mesmerising views of Sydney’s magnificent cityscape as the awful lockdown comes to an end.

BOLLYWOOD PARTY-2021 – Diwali Cruise Night

On November 6th, Rocky’s Entertainment will present the Diwali Cruise Night at CADMAN CRUISE. Before boarding the ship, patrons’ temperature will be checked. Throughout the party, a Covid marshal will be on board, and all attendees will be educated about the Covid safety plan upon boarding.

The NSW Government’s health and Covid restrictions will be adhered to. This event will set your heart on fire, with DJs for all the decks and a rooftop bar.

DIWALI DINNER – Delhi’ O’ Delhi

Diwali, the “festival of victory over evil,” is returning to Delhi’ O’ Delhi with a special hearty set menu that includes seven basic meals as well as a variety of contemporary sweets and dessert platter. On Thursday, November 4th, one can join in celebrating Diwali, one of India’s most well-known festivals. For $75 per person, customers may enjoy the best Indian cuisine Newtown has to offer. Calcutta chilli chicken, meen polichatu, paan, kale bhajia are among the menu’s highlights.

Diwali Cruise 2021 with Victoria Star Cruises

It’s time to put your dance shoes on and get ready for the FIRST Victoria Star Diwali Cruise after a year of lockdowns and no fun. From ATTRACTIONS to a 4-hour boat cruise with the top Bollywood DJs, mouth-watering finger food, and an Indian buffet, your Diwali is taken care of.

Melbourne’s Diwali Mela

This is the time of year when the markets are filled with Diwali snacks of all types. Sweet delicacies, spicy nibbles, and music to brighten your spirits. You may join them in the K-Shed at Queen Victoria Markets as they eat traditional winter warmers like Indian curries, dals, tikkas, and more. This winter, we are sure everyone would like a little zing, with Bollywood and Bhangra dancing to invigorate you and acoustic melodies to lay back and relax.

2021 Diwali Cruise Party

Diwali Ship Party, hosted by High Rated Events at Star Casino Wharf, will allow you to dazzle, sizzle, and shine this Diwali on the cruise. This party is the correct catch for you if you need a banger Bollywood party after lockdown to have a blast or a night to just dance, drink, and party with friends.

Diwali Celebrations in the Virtual World

On November 20th, 2021, SKLPS Victoria is thrilled to present you with an online version of their Annual Diwali Function. They have a variety of special programmes planned, and they hope to celebrate with you all from the comfort of your own homes. They’ve teamed up with Hari Krushna Fries and Govindas Pure Vegetarian so that attendees may order food for the event.

DIWALI CELEBRATION IN AALA VIC (Asian Australian Lawyers Association Victoria)

The Victorian Branch of the AALA is gearing up to celebrate Diwali, the festival of lights, now that lockdown has been lifted. Diwali, which means “a row of lights,” is a festival about light triumphing over darkness and good triumphing over evil. This event will be held in a COVID-free environment. Guests will be obliged to follow the current public health rules and the Chief Health Officer’s instructions (including providing proof of vaccination as a condition of entry).

Diwali Brunch with Sikh Community Connections

Sikh Community Connections is organising a Diwali Brunch to celebrate the start of the festive season and the end of the lockdown with good company and excellent food. Diwali communicates important messages to family and friends to spend time together, celebrate all that is good, and appreciate what we have accomplished together and what we hope to achieve in the future.

Diwali will be celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs, and Jain worldwide, and Melbourne and Sydney are becoming hotspots for the event.

“It should come as no surprise that Melbourne, as one of Australia’s most culturally diverse and open cities, hosts more Diwali events than anywhere else in the country,” Josh McNicol, General Manager Eventbrite the Asia Pacific, stated.

Nivedita Nagpal

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