Diwali Dinner Cruise on Sydney Harbour

August 16, 2010 at 11:17 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Diwali, the Indian Festival of Lights, is celebrated by Indians all over the world with their non-Indian friends often joining them in the celebrations!

The term Diwali means “array of lights.” On Diwali day, the houses and the walls and the streets are decorated by “diyas,” the tear-shaped clay lamps decorated with ethnic Indian designs. The beauty and the positive energy created by these rows of lights attract one and all to the festivities!

Diwali is a festival of fun, food, and frolic! People are bedecked in the best of their finery and they exchange sweets in a show of love and brotherhood and camaraderie! And, of course, no Indian celebration is complete without firecrackers!

In Sydney, the harbour is lit up every night with an unending array of city lights, the lights on the magnificent Sydney icons and the famous landmarks, and the lights around Darling Harbour, Circular Quay and the various other hubs around the harbour! Undoubtedly, this is the ideal location for the experience of a Diwali in Sydney!

Ideally, board a Diwali Dinner Cruise that is decorated with candles and special lights and glide past the sparkling lights of the Sydney Harbour! Enjoy a truly Indian Diwali dinner! And dance to Bollywood music!

Celebrate a memorable Diwali away from home!

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