Diwali: Festival of Lights | Virtual Greeting with DIY Kolam Event
is Officially Start!


Diwali or Deepavali, is one of the most popular Indian festivals. It is also known as the festival of lights, a celebration of the triumph of good over evil in several stories from Hindu mythology and ancient literature.

The Kolam, which is also known as the Rangoli or Muggu, is a type of Indian folk art. They are usually made during Deepavali or any other festival. Typically, the drawing of the kolam is done by a young lady or young women in the household. 

The decorative rice motif is usually drawn in the front of the house, attracting good luck and putting a smile on the faces of visitors who come for Deepavali festivities in the home. 

Have you ever been intrigued by a lovely kolam in front of a Hindu home? To welcome the festival of lights, let’s DIY together, then snap and send a virtual greeting to our Indian friends as best wishes during the festive season!

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Deadline: Oct 31, 5P.M

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Organizer: China Cultural Centre in Kuala Lumpur

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