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Diwali Spirit illuminates The Rain From Above

There was never a dull moment last night as Fijians of all faiths joined their Hindu brothers and sisters in celebrating Diwali – the festival of light. Although  showers were
31 Oct 2016 14:00
Diwali Spirit illuminates The Rain From Above
PICTURED: (from left) Munit Kumar, Nandani Kumar and Roshni Kumar celebrating Diwali at Wairabetia in Lautoka last night. Photo: Waisea Nasokia

There was never a dull moment last night as Fijians of all faiths joined their Hindu brothers and sisters in celebrating Diwali – the festival of light.

Although  showers were experienced in most parts of Viti Levu and Vanua Levu, the will to celebrate the most anticipated festival in the Hindu calendar failed to stop devotees, their families and friends coming together and sharing in the triumph of light over darkness.

The Nadi weather office last night had forecast more rain and a few thunderstorms expected for today’s public holiday. A trough of low pressure with cloud and rain lies slowly moving over the group.

Tomorrow will see brief showers over the interior and eastern parts of the larger islands.

 

 



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