Most probably adults play card game as per the rituals.Markets look colourful with bunting, electric lights, different types of paper lanterns and flowers. Diwali is also considering as New Year, of Hindu’s.On this day people wake up early and bath, wear new clothes and seek the blessings of their elders. All through Diwali, children burst crackers, adult often joining them in the lighting of fireworks.Diwali, the festival of lights, is celebrated towards the close of the dark period of Ashwin which falls either in October or in November.On this day Lord Rama came to his home after 14 years of exile. Long before the day of the festival people start cleaning and decorating their homes.At late night people worship their god Jesus Christ who is considered as the Son of God.It is believed that he was sent on earth to save people lives and to protect them from their sins and sadness.In schools and colleges many events are organized for the students like carol singing, dancing etc.students wear Santa caps or Santa dress and celebrate this day in a very joyous way.The night of Diwali is long and very noisy, that reflect a sounding effect.At sunset, people light earthen oil lamps outside their houses in long rows. Really this festival never interferes between other religions people as everyone enjoys this festival. Basically I wake up early in the morning have a bath, wear new clothes and usually wait for sunset. On the last day of festival called “Bhai Beej” or “Bhai Duj” the brother visits his sister’s house, seek her good wishes and gives her gifts. I await this festival eagerly every year, and I always have a wonderful time with my family and friends.