Indo-Canadians celebrate Diwali with elegant galas

Diwali, the festival of lights, marks the start of the Hindu New Year. The festival is celebrated by millions of people around the world, and some here in Canada. The Link’s Rashi Khilnani tells us how some Indo-Canadians have been taking part in what seems to be a growing trend: Diwali galas, where they can dress up, give back and generally enjoy themselves.

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