Maharaat started on Rajendra Prasad Ghat only in the evening. The priests engaged on the line were engrossed in the arti of the Ganga, for a big lamp in their hands. The wharf excited by the fragrance of flame-frankincense.
In the Mahara of Mother Ganges, the mantras came out of the mouth of the priests. The Ghosh sound of Har Har Gange was resonant in all four directions. Such a superhuman sight that can not be seen in the eyes. The tornado of the horns, the gongs, and the dumru were such that as if in the heaven, Parveen Dev could be following his own self.
Just as the Dasuhar of Mysore is famous and people come from far away, Dev Devali is also world famous, people come from foreign countries to see it. Once in your life, be sure to see Goddess Diwali. Because this festival is celebrated according to the date of the Hindu Calendar, so check the dates once before going.
My advice: If you want to capture God Divali by sitting in the boat, you will not get good shots because the boat is very distant from the ghats and is constantly moving.
This entire program runs late at night. By night the weather gets a little cold. So go with the arrangement of winter.
Friends will meet again, on a visit to a new city in Bharat Darshan, be happy and keep on walking,