Diwali dhamaka 2020

Thank you for making our Virtual Diwali celebration such a grand success.

Please visit our facebook page Sanskriti or visit our youtube channel to view once more the events.

diwali celebration at dusseldorf durgapuja
diwali celebration at dusseldorf durgapuja

On the auspicious night of Dhanteras(13th November,2020) let the goddess of wealth smile on you!

Enjoy a fantastic Tambola night with your loved ones .

Entry fee: 7 Euros.

Full house gets 25 Euros plus more exciting prizes.

Min.10 participants.


Turn your boring quarantined Diwali night (22nd November,2020)into a fun filled one by joining our live Diwali Antakshari event. Form a team with your family and join many others across Europe to sing your heart out.

Entry fee: 7 Euros.

Winner gets 25 Euros!

Min.10 participant teams.


On 15th November, 2020 don’t forget to get handsomely rewarded by showing off your talent! Participate in our fun filled diwali quiz dhamaka. A live interactive quiz is the best way to boost up your energy in this quarantined diwali.

Entry fee: 7 Euros

Winner gets 25 Euros!

Min. 10 participants.

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Not just games, but as is ICCHE’s tradition we will present you with a delightful Cultural Programme on the occasion of Diwali as well as a Superb DJ night.

 All festivities are nothing but moments to cherish forever. Share with us your moments of joy-your Diwali traditions by

  • clicking beautiful selfies,
  • creating recipes,
  • doing rangoli or
  • simply decorating your homes.

Send us your moments of Diwali and we will share them on our social platforms.

Your participation is our wish.

We will keep updating you about all the event details and participation rules on our website as well as our facebook pages:


You can send us all the pictures ,videos, recipes etc at our email adress: icche2020@gmail.com

 Diwali Significance

Diwali is the Indian festival of lights, usually lasting five days and celebrated during the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika. One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali symbolizes the spiritual “victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance.

असतोमा सद्गमय ।

तमसोमा ज्योतिर् गमय ।

मृत्योर्मामृतं गमय ॥

ॐ शान्ति शान्ति शान्तिः ।।

asato mā sadgamaya

tamasomā jyotir gamaya

mrityormāamritam gamaya

Oṁ śhānti śhānti śhāntiḥ

From ignorance, lead me to truth;

From darkness, lead me to light;

From death, lead me to immortality

Om peace, peace, peace

Diwali, the festival of lights, is mainly celebrated in honour of Lord Ram’s return to his kingdom in Ayodhya, after staying in exile for 14 years. He is also considered a Lord Vishnu’s reincarnation, born to end the rising atrocities. He was King Dasaratha’s oldest son and was also his favourite.