Diwali, the festival of lights, is a religious observance commemorated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and some Buddhists around the world.
Diwali holds significance for a variety of reasons, but one of the core themes of the festival is the triumph of good over evil.
The festival is celebrated for five days with the last day being the main day of observance. This year the festival is celebrated on 14th November.
We want to wish all our students and staff a Happy Diwali and offer you a little free box of treats, as well as a calendar of events, to help you celebrate with your housemates, family and friends.
You can claim your Diwali Box by filling in the form below. There is limited availability so hurry!
Friday 13th November
6pm – Bollywood Dance Class – Join Priyanka over on our Youtube Channel for a beginner-friendly Bollywood dance class to the song Nagada Sang Dhol.
7pm – Movie Screening – DIL DHADAKNE DO (make sure you have the Netflix Party extension)
Saturday 14th November
All day – Join Manali and Manasi for their Instagram takeover as they take you through memories, customs, movie trivia and recipes for Diwali. Follow our Instagram @UCASU
7pm – Movie Screening – LOVE AAJ KAL (make sure you have the Netflix Party extension)
Diwali Crate Sign Up
Fill in the form below to reserve your Diwali Crate!