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Diwali is a holiday celebrated in various Papa Louie's restaurant time-management games. When a player reaches this holiday in any of the games below, the following characters make their first appearance as well:
Stickers such as "Diwali Dhamaka" and "Spiritual Sushi" are earned when all of the Diwali exclusive ingredients are unlocked.
To celebrate this holiday, customers bring in Diwali sparklers with the exception of Manas who brings a Diwali lantern.
Sneak Peek (Halwa Mia!)
And here we go with a new holiday: Diwali!
Known as Festival of Light, Diwali is originated in the Indian subcontinent and is mentioned in early Sanskrit texts. It is a festival typically lasting five days and celebrated during the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika (between mid-October and mid-November). It symbolizes the spiritual "victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance". People celebrate this festival by lighting up their homes with diyas (earthen lamp), cleaning their homes, making decorations on the floor, such as rangoli, and sharing sweets with each other.
I just thought that this holiday would look great if it appears in Papa's Halwa Mia!
Expect lots of lights and fireworks around the town while unlocking the traditional flavors of India.
Customers who favor this holiday
Diwali Exclusive Ingredients
- Naan (Unlocked at Rank 111 with Manas)
- Aloo Tikki (Unlocked on Day 2 of Diwali)
- Karmic Korma Sauce (Unlocked at Rank 112 with Dennis)
- Ganthia (Unlocked on Day 4 of Diwali)
- Chironji Nuts (unlocked at Rank 113 with Wood)
- Elaichi Tea (Unlocked on Day 6 of Diwali)
- Diwali is originated in the Indian subcontinent and is mentioned in early Sanskrit texts. It is the festival of lights, typically lasting five days and celebrated between mid-October and mid-November.