This year the festival of Diwali is on 4th November. It is celebrated every year on the new moon day in the month of Kartik. Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, is worshiped on this day. By worshiping the mother sincerely, all sorrows end. It is believed that by the grace of Goddess Lakshmi, happiness, peace and prosperity come in the life of a person. On this occasion, people visit Laxmi Narayan temple across the country and get blessings from Lord Shri Hari Vishnu and Maa Lakshmi. Also, go to the nearby places to celebrate the holiday. If you are also planning to travel on the occasion of Diwali, then definitely visit these places around Delhi-

Go to Kasauli
If you are tired of the noise and looking for a peaceful place, then Kasauli is the perfect place. Especially on the occasion of Diwali, Kasauli is the best place to visit and holiday celebration. Kasauli is a hill station located in Himachal Pradesh. This hill station was constructed in the year 1942. Kasauli is just 77 kms from Shimla. You can visit Kasauli to make Diwali memorable.

Go to Neemrana
Neemrana is a unique example of architecture. This beautiful place is just 127 km from Delhi, Neemrana. For this you can also go to Neemrana on one day tour. This unique place has been built by the descendants of Chauhan. Baba Khetanath Ashram Garden, Neemrana Fort Palace etc. are the center of attraction in Neemrana. Apart from this, you can also enjoy Flying Fox. Neemrana is the perfect place to visit on the occasion of Diwali.

Visit Dalhousie
Dalhousie is the center of attraction for tourists. Every year a large number of tourists visit Dalhousie. This beautiful snowflake is located in the Chamba district of the state. According to the historians, in the year 1854, the city of Dalhousie was settled by the British. Apart from the beautiful valleys, Dalhousie has Chamba and Pangi Valley. For this, you can visit Dalhousie to hang out with your friends on the occasion of Diwali.

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