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Inflatable Indian Elephant Commissioned by Manchester Indian Association for The Manchester Day Parade.

Manchester Diwali Mela 2014

This years Diwali mela took place in Albert Square, Manchester city centre. Spacecadet’s provided site decor and were a major part of the night time  parade with their newly commissioned breathing lotus flower and giant inflatable elephant.

Diwali , ‘The Festival of Lights’ – signifies the end of darkness which stands for ignorance and the beginning of knowledge symbolized by lights. Lamps are lit as a sign of celebration and hope for mankind. Celebrations focus on lights and lamps, and fireworks. The festival commemorates the victory of Good over Evil.

 

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