Over the centuries, Diwali has become an important Indian festival. Regardless of faith: Hindus, Jains, Buddhists, and Sikhs celebrate Diwali. On 20th October, students and faculties of AIMU celebrated Diwali with lots of happiness and enjoyment. The event was organized by Student Government Association (SGA) with support from AIMU management. The event was hosted by the MD4 students Sreeraj Suresh and Sadvi Sethi. Celebration of Diwali was started with lighting of lamps by Dr. Satyajit Patra, Ms. Sahana Salins and Mrs. Sylvia Santos. The cultural event began with a devotional Indian classical performance by Akanksha Reddy, a basic science medical student. Following the traditional opening act, other cultural activities including Bollywood dance, song, and fashion show was performed by various students from both the basic science and clinical science program. Student also enjoyed launching Sky lamp as they celebrated festival of lights. As a symbolic act of Diwali, a beautiful artwork of Rangoli was done by Anvitha Reddy with support from Aditya Pradhan, students of basic science program. The event concluded with delicious dinner of Indian Cuisine and desserts. Other faculties including Dr. Christopher Rose, and Dr. Gaurav Garg also graced the occasion. SGA members including Reshmika, Sreeraj, Sadhvi, and Lincy were the main organizers of the event.