some information about fiji
the culture of Fiji is tapestry Fijin, Indian, European, Chinese, and other nationalities. Suva is the capital of Fiji and is one of the most populated places on Fiji. Some holidays and festivals in Fiji the Hindu “Festival of Colors,” brings the Indo-Fijian community to life they celebrated on February or March every year (it’s based on the Hindu calendar). Holi is the least religious and most social holiday of the Hindu holidays celebrated in Fiji. and on this day Hindus of all castes and classes engage in spraying colored powders and water, throwing parties, visiting relatives and exchanging sweets. Diwali, the Hindu “Festival of Lights” is another major Hindu holiday observed in Fiji,it is a celebration of the goodness of Lord Ram triumphing over evils in India, and it takes place around October or November of every year. Hindus commemorate Diwali by lighting candles and small oil lamps. Lord Ram’s Birthday is also a public holiday in Fiji and its around March or April of every year.The 3 important language on Fiji are: English, Fijian and Hindi. Fiji is Located in the South Pacific Ocean, 1,300 miles (2,000 km) northeast of New Zealand´s North Island, the island nation of Fiji is composed of more than 332 islands, of which 110 are inhabited, and an additional 500 islets. A tradicional food of Fiji is amalgam, also coconuts, fish, rice, taro, sweet potatoes, cassava and breadfruit.