Deepavali: How Malaysian Gujaratis enjoy a glorious vegetarian feast

Tarulata is most happy to cook traditional Gujarati dishes for her family every Deepavali. Photos: The Star/Yap Chee Hong

The festival of lights is always a colourful and joyous occasion, although this year the celebration may be a bit more muted with restrictions in areas under the conditional movement control (MCO).

Still, families will mark Deepavali with traditions they have upheld all their lives.

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