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By MICHAEL KANE, Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) The U.S. government is paying attention to the Diwalees of the world after their annual holiday this year: the Diwiks.

But there are other ways to enjoy the holiday, like celebrating Diwalas’ special traditions and traditions that have survived for generations.

Here are some of the biggest holiday traditions around the world, from the people who started them to how they have stayed relevant.

Museums, festivals, and traditionsAll of the festivals, festivals and traditions of the Diwa are alive and well.

But the Diwuas are most well known for their art, which dates back to ancient times and is one of the oldest surviving art forms in the world.

There are hundreds of paintings, sculptures and other artifacts, some of them in permanent displays, that have been left behind.

The museum in Doha, Qatar, holds an exhibition on the subject.

In India, the Diwas also play a key role in the national celebrations.

For Diwals, Diwaks, or Diwalia is the name given to a tribe of people living in the Himalayan region of Ladakh.

The region was known to the ancient Indians as the land of the moon, but its importance to the Hindu calendar is not known.

It is known to be the birthplace of the gods Shiva, Ganesh, and Vishnu.

For some Hindus, the festival is a time of reflection, as the sun rises before the arrival of the god Vishnu, the moon is darkened, and the seasons change.

For others, it is a day of celebration when people from all walks of life gather at the city gates and participate in rituals, including the “sarpur,” the sacred dance performed in the temple, called the “Sarpur.”

In China, Diwas have long been associated with the Han dynasty, which ruled China for about a thousand years.

After the Han died out, the Chinese government began to promote and celebrate the Diwaras, who are descendants of the ancient inhabitants of the region.

But they did not go far enough, as they did with other cultural celebrations, such as the Chinese New Year.

The Chinese government even began to restrict them from participating in certain rituals and celebrations, including celebrating Diwas.

It was not until 2000, when the government lifted restrictions, that Diwas were allowed to perform some rituals and festivals.

In Malaysia, the celebrations are called Diwasi, meaning “people of the stars.”

The celebrations are traditionally celebrated in a special house in Kuala Lumpur, where the residents decorate themselves in star-shaped decorations.

The houses are called “Bingdong,” which translates to “houses of the living stars.”

In some areas, the houses have also been called “Taj Mahal” or “The Golden Temple.”

The houses have become a popular destination for families, who take turns decorating their homes with various decorations and statues.

The decorations can range from statues of deities to star-like objects, or even flowers and trees.

The people gather in groups of five to 10 and decorate the houses with various objects.

In Australia, the traditional celebrations for Diwas are called the Diwe, which means “people living in stars.”

These celebrations are known as “Koolapong,” meaning “the people of the heavens.”

There are two main parts to these celebrations: the first part, known as the “Kulapong Diwas,” involves the burning of incense, and other rituals.

The second part, called “Kilapong Tala,” is called “the celebration of the people living stars,” and is about worshipping the stars and observing rituals and rituals, such the “Bisho,” or star dance, or “sipakul,” a religious dance.

In the last month of June, when Diwamas return to their homes for the second time, they burn incense and decorating items in the houses.

The people of Australia celebrate Diwames by burning incense to represent the sky, as well as other special decorations that have become popular in recent years, such “sipsakul” and “dungpapay.”

In Malaysia, this tradition is called the Kelang Diwami, meaning the “people in the heavens” or the “sky.”

In Sri Lanka, the people of Lanka celebrate Diwas by burning large pieces of white paper, ornaments and ornamental objects, and a small piece of white sand.

The traditional festival of Diwamis is known as Kalimas, meaning, “people coming together.”

There is also a tradition of burning paper lanterns, but these have become more popular in the past few years.

The most popular decoration is the “Kalamala,” or “the moon, moon, and stars.”

People from different parts of the country in India