Diwali, the festival of lights is indeed the most awaited and the most celebrated festival of India. This wonderful festival is the celebration of the key rituals of the Diwali lighting of Diyas and candles all around the house, worshipping the Laxmi Ganesha to summon health and wealth and bursting crackers are the chief rituals of the festival. In addition to that, the exchange of heartfelt gifts during Diwali these days has become a mandatory part of the celebration. Also, a special and grand feast with delicious food that mandatorily includes different varieties of sweets is the special attraction of the occasion. They enthusiastically performed the puja, wore traditional clothes, delivered skits on green Diwali, and apprised about the hazardous effects of bursting crackers and polluting the environment, sang melodious songs and bhajans, delivered speeches and poems, executed graceful group dance performances, etc. They shared the significance of the festival and how good always conquers evil. Presidians made colourful rangolis, Diya crafts with wall hangings, elegant lanterns to illuminate and ignite the festival's essence with joy and fervor.