Hindus throughout the world actively celebrate Annakut as a part of Diwali festival. Diwali is celebrated with diyas (small oil lamps) and rangoli, decorative art on the ground made from colored rice, colored sand, and/or flower petals, and fire crackers. During the festival, the devotees prepare and offer a large variety of vegetarian food to God. The foods is arranged in tiers or steps in front of the God. Annakut offering to God is a way, where spiritual aspirants can reaffirm their appreciation for the role God plays in their lives. These gatherings also represent an opportunity to reaffirm a sense of community. Please come and join us, on this auspicious day, to celebrate Diwali Annakut and also bring your friends and family members too.