On Friday (October 20) the temple is hosting a day full of festivities to honour Hindu New Year and the day following Diwali.
Neasden Temple hosts the largest Diwali and Hindu New Year celebrations in the country and they are open to all.
People from all communities are invited to the temple to enjoy the traditions, colours and rich culture of the Hindu faith.
Celebrations at the temple will run from 9am to 10pm on Friday with prayers and feasting taking place all day.
The day following Diwali marks the beginning of Hindu New Year in parts of North India.
So on Friday the temple will host New Year celebrations from 1pm until 9pm.
Diwali will be celebrated by decorated oil lamps being lit and placed all around the temple.
A fireworks display will round off the day from 8.15pm to 8.45pm in Gibbons Park.
The will be free parking at Wembley Stadium all day on Friday.
What is Diwali?
Diwali or the festival of light is an ancient Hindu five-day festival celebrated by communities across the world.
This year, Diwali falls on Thursday October 19 which is the 15th day of the holiest month in the Hindu calendar, Kartika.
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