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Celebrate Diwali – ‘The Festival of Lights’ in Bali on November 17th


Bali News: Bali, Indonesia, Diwali, Deepavali, Devali, Festival of Lights, Bali India Friendship Association, Bollywood
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(11/9/2012)

Diwali – also known as Devali or Deepavali – is the Hindu “Festival of Lights” celebrated in the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna Paksah.

A five-day-long festival, Diwali is an official holiday in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Mauritius, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago, Surname, Malaysia, Singapore and Fiji.

Officially celebrated on Tuesday, November 13, 2012, this important holiday marks the triumph of good over evil with devotees wearing new clothes and sharing food with family and friend as part of the celebration.

In Bali this year's Diwali celebration will be celebrated via a special “Bollywood Night” organized by the Bali & India Friendship Association (BIFA) at Jalan Pengembak No. 44 in Sanur on November 17, 2012.

The festivities get underway at 6:00 pm with music provided by an Indian DJ, an Indian Live Band, Kids Dance, and Stage Show & Drama. Comedy Show, Cultural dances, a big Bollywood Production number, musical drama, a mad act competition, games, luck draw, raffle prizes and a Mr. and Mrs. Diwali Dhmaka selection.

Tickets Prices

  • Rp. 150.000 for adults (US$15.65)
  • Rp. 75.000/with school or college ID (US$7.80)
  • Rp. 50.000/child from 5yrs – 10yrs (US$5.20)
  • Early bird adult tickets purchased before November 15, 2012 are available for Rp. 125,000 (US$13).
The evening is supported by the Consulate General of India-Bali, Bali-India Foundation and the PKPMI-Malaysian Indian Association.

Diwali Dhamaka III Celebration in Bali
“Bollywood Night”

Saturday, November 17, 2012 starting at 6:00 pm
Jalan Pengembak No. 44
Sanur, Bali, Indonesia

For tickets and more information call:
  • Mrs. Neeta : +62-(0)81 558 027 770
  • Mr. Ajay : +62-(0)81 337 961 730
  • Mr. Ramesh : +62-(0)81 558 848 875
  • Mr. Kamal : +62-(0)81 557 667 22
  • Mr. Deepak : +62-(0)85 237 008 163
  • Mrs. Vani : +62-(0)87 861 378 462


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