Diwali is one of the most significant festivals in Indian culture,
celebrated by millions of people across the world over five days every autumn. The Festival of Lights celebrates the triumph of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil; and events often include fireworks, feasts and prayers alongside acts of charity, home decoration and wearing new clothes.
As part of National Trust’s 2019 seasonal celebrations Lighting Up events and activities will take place at four places in the Midlands.
In celebration of Diwali, Kedleston Hall is collaborating with Surtal Arts this half term to host world renowned Rangoli artist Ranbir Kaur.
Bring your own safe lighting and join us for an illuminated walk and enjoy night-time views over the city of Birmingham
In celebration of Diwali, our partners at the National Trust are presenting a light display in The Distillery’s canal-side beer garden
In celebration of Diwali, Moseley Road Baths will have lights installed around the pool transforming the space as the light and water interact.
We'd love to see your pictures and stories from Diwali at the places we care for #DiwaliNT