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        Q: How do Diwali families prepare for the Diwali festival?
A: Diwali is broadly otherwise known as 'Festival of Lights ' and also occasionally alluded to as 'Row of Lights ' . Significance behind the commemoration is Victory of good over wicked . The day Lord Ram conquered Ravan . Lights 

Q: Who celebrates Diwali and why?
A: Diwali decreases on the one new moon night ( Amavasya ) between mid-October and mid-November . Diwali is celebrated for 5 days perccording to the lunisolar . It starting in late Ashvin ( between September and October ) and concludes with early Kartika ( between October and November ) . The days in Ashvin lie in the Krishna Paksha ( `` dark fortnight '' ) of that months ' time whilst the days in Kartik are in its Shukla Paksha ( `` bright fortnight '' ) . The firstly day is Dhan Teras . The last day is Yama Dvitiya , which signifies the second day of the light one-half of Kartika . Each day of Diwali marks one celebration of the 6 main stories connected with the festival . There is no official dated for when Diwali 'm starting tos since it changeseach year to coincides with Kartik is new moon 's darkest evening.Thare generally occur in the mid of October or November . It takes place on 100/100/-100 

Q: Why is Diwali called 'the festival of lights'?
A: On diwali , people light diyas and candles . So this festival is called festival of lights .