Compass Tourism : Best Places to Visit in Diwali Vacation
Best Places to Visit in Diwali Vacation

Best Places to Visit in Diwali Vacation

The cultural history of India is very diverse and rich in depth. It's a place where people celebrate and worship in abundance. For this reason, Diwali is one of the most widely celebrated festivals all over the globe.

Diwali is a festival that is celebrated all across India and is considered to be one of the most well-known festivals in the whole globe. In India, Diwali is celebrated with the burning of lamps and the bursting of firecrackers, earning it the name "festival of lights."

To enjoy the ideal Diwali trip, you must always have ladoos and a backpack. In India, Diwali is among the most widely recognized and celebrated holidays. If you're planning a trip to India for Diwali, these are some of the top destinations:


In honor of Rama, Sita, and Laxman's 14-year exile from their home in Ayodhya, Diwali festivities traditionally begin there. Happiness and joy, the real kind, can be seen over here. A large number of people from all around Uttar Pradesh gather on the Sarayu River's banks to light lanterns.

About three hundred thousand diyas were lighted, setting a new record and earning a place in the Guinness Book of World Records.The event lasts four days and includes several celebrations. A beautiful event involves women lighting diyas and carrying them to the river.

Colorful papers, lights, and handcrafted decorations adorn every city corner. You will be amazed, and you will be glad that you could be here for this special event. One of the most visited cities during Diwali is Ayodhya this year.


Udaipur is home to one of the liveliest and most well-attended Diwali celebrations. Pichola Lake reflects the lights and fireworks from homes around the city during Diwali. BhatiyaniChauhatta is home to the Mahalaxmi Temple, where worshippers honor the Goddess of Wealth.

Udaipur is often cited as India's most charming destination, but those who skip out on the city's stunning lakes around Diwali would miss a terrific holiday option.The Udaipur Light Festival is an event that has been going on since 2012 at the Shouryagarh Resort and Spa, which is located on the outskirts of Udaipur.

This is to gather everyone together so that you may royally celebrate Diwali. The festival will include live sets by various singers and DJs playing music from various genres, art exhibitions, food stalls, fun games, and paper lanterns.


For Hindus all around the globe, the city of Varanasi (also known as Banaras) is among the holiest sites. The Ganges River is at its broadest here and meets the ocean. This city becomes nuts around Diwali, so plan your trip accordingly.

You will have the opportunity to observe firecrackers and fireworks lit up in a continuous stream for the whole night.An additional highlight is the Ganga Aarti, a ceremony in which candles and clay lamps are lit on the Ghats of Varanasi, most notably the DashashwamedhGhat, and then carried down the river.

An even greater occasion, DevDeepavali, is celebrated not much more than two weeks after Diwali, on a full moon night. More than a million lights are set up along the ghats, and a massive procession of Hindu deities lines the streets. 


There is much cause for celebration and pride in India during Diwali. India has many elaborate celebrations to honor the epic-based idea that virtue ultimately triumphs over evil. The holiday is observed in a wide variety of ways around the nation.

It's little surprise that this festival of lights would be so important in a nation where a tumult of faiths and a thousand legends all point to the same triumph as the cause to celebrate.