Torans, Fireworks, Lights, and Lamps, how can Diwali be completed without any of these things. What makes Diwali more fascinating is that people in Gurgaon are filled with affection towards celebrating Diwali. You will find Diwali of every religion lighting up the rockets or chakris and enjoying the delightful Diwali.
Gurgaon is a part of NCR (National Capital Region) with a population of more than 8 million as of a 2011 census, who are waiting eagerly for the Diwali to start. At night, Gurgaon skyline glows in light and Diwali makes the skyline more glowing. Gurgaon, being in close proximity to Delhi, it has a number of places where Diwali shopping is often one of the listings on the bucket list. During Diwali, there are a number of events and Mela that are organized to celebrate the festival.
Diwali will be celebrated from 17 October to 21 October in 2017.
The Diwali Sales starts from mid-August or early August every year until the end of Diwali.
● Smartphones and Tablets
● Chakris, Rockets, Phooljhadi, etc.
● Designer wear and garments, footwear