This year The BRENT & WEMBLEY AND HARROW DIWALI Fireworks display parking will be 20 minutes long and will be fired in time to POP and DIWALI themed music making it a Pyro-Musical display. You can expect the fireworks to burst to songs from POP / DIWALI music.


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BRENT & WEMBLEY AND HARROW DIWALI  Fireworks display, Festival and family fun event (CELEBRATION OF CULTURE) will be the largest in all these boroughs this year. We will only be using the best fireworks from China and around the world to make this display one for the record books. Not only has www.totalpyro.co.uk

been trading in fireworks displays for almost 20 years, they also put on some of the largest fireworks displays in the county.

This year the fireworks will be fired to POP /DIWALI THEMED MUSIC and will explode in time to the beat of the music, bursting at the right time and height to the chosen rhythm. The music is professionally mixed by our sound team months in advance.  At 

Brent & Wembley and harrow Diwali Fireworks Festival we believe adding music to the show only makes it even more spectacular. Brent & Wembley and harrow Diwali main show (CELEBRATION OF CULTURE) will last about 20 minutes. The 20-minute display is arranged so that the fireworks go off in time with the music creating a stunning visual show. Make sure you celebrate in style at the spectacular, Brent & Wembley and harrow Diwali Fireworks display and Festival display and family event (CELEBRATION OF CULTURE) in Byron Park, right next to Harrow Leisure Centre. Join us on Saturday the 3rd of November 2018 and celebrate the spirit of the season.

We are offering the largest and most spectacular fireworks festival and display inBrent & Wembley and harrow Diwali a true family fun day out. A fun-filled day for all the family for about £20. That’s cheaper than a trip to the movies!!!  So even in these troubled times, that’s not a lot for a whole day of entertainment.

Our  Brent & Wembley and harrow Diwali Fireworks display and  Festival which plays a significant role in increasing its charm among all age groups. Whether they are kids, youngsters or older people, everybody can enjoy the fireworks like twinkling stars, furious Rockets, vibrant Sparklers, cyclonic Ground Discs (phirki), and so on.  It's no exaggeration to say that fireworks are an inherent part of Diwali celebrations and what better way to celebrate the festival of light than with us. So come down to theBrent & Wembley and harrow Diwali Fireworks Festival and display and family event (CELEBRATION OF CULTURE) on Saturday the 3rd of November 2018 and start your party with us. The Diwali Festival will be celebrated in style at Ealing Fireworks Festival 2018.

Nowadays we use fireworks to celebrate many special occasions throughout the year, from birthdays, weddings and new years eve, to more religious events like Diwali in the Hindu calendar. Known as the Festival of Lights, Diwali is associated with sweets, liveliness and the victory of light over darkness. As it is celebrated on the new moon (Amavasya) night, lights and fireworks have a significant role to play in this festival. This is why, when we hear the name Diwali, the first impression that flashes through our minds is of multicoloured and impressive fireworks, sprinkling various sorts of bright coloured lights in the night sky. Although the tradition of fireworks on Diwali is not very old, still they have succeeded in becoming such a vital part of this festival that we can't even imagine a wonderful Diwali without them.

Fireworks are used for many different celebrations and events, from birthdays to weddings and also many religious festivals like Diwali and Eid. Diwali is one of the most significant festivals in the Indian culture. Known as the ‘festival of lights’, the date is celebrated every year in the autumn in the northern hemisphere, and spring in the southern hemisphere.

One of the major festivals of Hinduism, it spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. The word ‘Diwali’ means rows of lighted lamps and it is known as the ‘festival of lights’ because houses and shops are decorated with candles and colourful lights during the week.

For many people, Diwali honours Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth and fertility. The new business year will start, for many, at Diwali, and some will say prayers to the goddess for a prosperous year ahead.

In Jainism, it marks the spiritual awakening of Lord Mahavira. For Sikhs, it marks the day that Guru Hargobind Ji, the Sixth Sikh Guru, was freed from imprisonment.

Diwali is celebrated by Lights, lamps, music, food, decorations will all be a major part of this week’s festivities, with thousands attending Diwali lights switch-on events around the country. Large firework displays are held to honour the legend of Rama, who according to local lore, was greeted with lights and celebrations after returning from exile.

Those celebrating the festival also light traditional earthen candles called diyas and decorate their houses with colourful rangoli artworks - patterns created on the floor using coloured rice or powder.  Families will also share Indian sweets and gifts, as well as giving food, money and goods to those in need. During Diwali, it is also traditional for families to clean their homes in honour of the new season, as well as wearing new clothes during the five-day celebration

Also in Britain, we use fireworks to remember when Guy Fawkes and his co-conspirators tried to blow up the houses of parliament 411 years ago. If that had happened it would have changed our history forever. A good way to remember this historic day is by saying this rhyme; Remember, remember the fifth of November, the Gunpowder Treason and plot, I see no reason why Gunpowder Treason should ever be forgot.