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Fireworks and Diwali

Diwali Fireworks

The growing ethnic and cultural diversity of Hindu religion throughout the world provides the opportunity to participate in the celebrations and rituals of Diwali festival that enhances the feelings of being part of a close-knit group of Indians. Most Diwali celebrations around the world focus on family and friends and it is a time to reflect on the past and envision for a future, perhaps, in a world where people live together in harmony.

Outside India also, as Diwali approaches, people clean their home to escape bad luck in the upcoming year and families gather for a feast and stay up late, celebrating with the help of crackers and sweets. They believe that the Hindu goddess of good luck visits homes that are brightly lit. Children make "diyas" which are small clay lamps to light and bring the good luck goddess to their home so they can receive new clothes and toys. One family may have many thousand of these little diyas decorating their home.

Diwali will be celebrated on 26 October 2011 this year.

The Diwali Delights is one of our best selling Diwali Fireworks kits. Unbelievable value for money, this DIY fireworks kit at a staggering £495.

This is perhaps the best deal online and with classic fireworks like the “Magneto” - one of our best selling single ignition firework – and the stunning “Colour Storm” that produces huge dancing lights, we guarantee that this display will light up the sky with blinding flashes and superb sound effects to give you a display to be proud of.

Here at Epic, we have all you will need to astound your friends and family with the quality of the fireworks and the spectacular light show which is to be seen to be believed.

We are open 7-days a week for your convenience from 9.00am to 5.00pm. See you all soon.

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