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Diwali has cultural and religious significance across various communities, including Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and some Buddhists. Each community has its own unique traditions and stories associated with Diwali. The festival is a time for joy, gratitude, and reflection, with families coming together to celebrate and seek blessings for prosperity and well-being in the coming year. Diwali is a vibrant and festive occasion that spreads warmth and happiness throughout the communities that observe it. People also burst fireworks, exchange gifts, and share festive meals with family and friends.