Singapore’s Little India lights up for Deepavali

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Singapore's Little India all lit up for Deepavali

The festival of lights has always been synonymous with joy and positivity. This time around, people are all geared up to celebrate Deepavali in full festive fervour. Singapore’s Little India precinct has begun the festivities with annual light-up, a stunning display of lights aptly capturing the spirit of the festival. 

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Little India in Singapore geared up for Deepavali festivities

Showcasing Indian classical musical instruments, the multi-hued lights strung across Serangoon and Race Course roads will be switched on every evening until November 13. In addition, the neighbourhood ushering in the festival of lights with impressive installations, Instagram-worthy decorations and an exciting line-up of cultural and art events. This year’s light-up ceremony is the first in-person one after more than two years of low-key Deepavali celebrations.

The Little India Shopkeepers & Heritage Association (LISHA) has collaborated with SMRT Corporation Ltd. to display the Deepavali light-up designs on Singapore’s public trains and buses. 

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