Diwali Bling- Let's explore the markets of Delhi

by Women for World
  • Location
    Delhi, India
  • Duration
  • Group Size
    Up to 100+ guests
  • Language(s)
    • English
  • $



India is a diverse country with people from over seven different religions. It is a country which is known for its architecture, food, culture, languages, different textiles and equally famous for celebrating all the festivals in a big way!!

Diwali is one such festival that is spiritually connected to all and the whole of India celebrates with equal zeal and passion. There are different cultural ways of celebrating this festival of lights throughout India. It is a five-day long festival and is also a fusion of harvest festivals in India. People in India start preparing for these days one week back by cleaning their houses, decorating them with lights, lamps and shopping for new attires. It is a day to also celebrate goodness and the win of good over evil.

To celebrate the biggest festival of India and know more about it, Join Komal in the show of the festival celebration where she will take you for Diwali Shopping on the tour, explain to you about different rituals and experience Diwali Bling.

Meet Your Guide

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Komal Darira
Women for World

Komal has been working in the travel and tourism industry from past 8 years. She started guiding at the age of 19 and since then has always loved introducing people to Indian culture and heritage. She is the founder of Women for World which is a travel company with a vision to inspire and empower women and young minds to travel fearlessly and sustainably in India.  Get ready as Komal bring unique virtual experiences for you from all around Delhi and India with a mix of cooking, dancing and exploring around

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  • Acton, MA Council on Aging - Globetrotter

    Komal was wonderful! She was so enthusiastic, positive and warm. We all learned more about Diwali and it was nostalgic for the people who celebrate and are far from their native home.