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27 October 2019

Divali is the most jovial of all Hindu festivals. Celebrated in November, it marks the victory of righteousness over evil in the Hindu mythology. Traditionally, clay oil lamps were placed in front of every home turning the island into a fairyland of flickering lights; these have now been replaced mostly by decorative electric lights.

Organiser : Ministry of Arts and Culture

 

 

 

01 November 2019

It’s a Christian festival, celebrated in Mauritius in honour of all saints known and unknown. Families attend the traditional mass given for the occasion and visit the cemeteries to lay flowers and candles on the graves of their deceased loved ones.

02 November 2019

Anniversary of the Arrival of Indentured Laborers in Mauritius is marked in a special way with a series of activities and celebrated with due honor, consideration and respect to those who have contributed to the economy of Mauritius and progress of the country.

Organizer : Ministry of Arts and Culture

25 December 2019

Mauritians enjoy Christmas celebration in a lively, tropical, summery atmosphere.A series of activities are organized to mark the end of year celebrations paying special attention to children who are deprived, animating their Christmas into a memorable one.

Organiser : Ministry of Arts and Culture