Looking at Singapore from a different angle.
thank you for your deepavali greetings, redbean. however, not all indians celebrate deepavali. indians who are hindus, sikhs & jains celebrate deepavali. indians who are buddhists, christians, muslims, parsees, bahais, etc, don't.
With many new northern indian they will in the future use dewali instead of deepavali.Some Rc noticeboard uesd dewali, already these indian muscle their way in.
உனக்கும் உன் குடும்பத்தார்க்கும் என் இனிய ***தீபாவளி*** நல்வாழ்த்துக்கள், என்றும் அன்புடன் உன் நண்பண்.May The Millions of Lamps Illuminate Your Life With Endless JOY, LOVE, PROSPERITY, HEALTH, WEALTH AND HAPPINESS.Wish u and your family a HAPPY DEEPAVALI !Let there be light at the end of the tunnel! May all our Hindu friends especially SMRT Train Officers able to (hopefully) enjoy the light at the end of the tunnel!
One thing about Sin, many that are non religious or more liberal, will celebrate any festival regardless of race, language or religion. I celebrate all the religious festivals with my friends when invited. No taboo for me.I am sure Gintai does the same too.
Red bean, what is dewali festival?
Divali is another way of saying Deepavali by the Northern Indians. It is like the Sinkies pronouncing one as yi but switching to yeow to follow the Taiwanese. Many mandarin words are now pronounced differently to be like Beijing or Taiwan.
How many Sinkies know what is Divali?
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