Auspicious Diwali Gifts
- Festival of Lights
Posted on : 7th October 2010
Giving gifts has always been an important rituals of the festival of
Dipavali. As is customary, Divali gifts are an acknowledgement of love and
affection that we give to our loved ones. After Dipavali Pujan and before
lighting the crackers, gifts are exchanged among friends, acquaintances and
family. Everyone competes for the best or the most number of gifts.
Deepavali Pooja Rituals
Posted on : 4th October 2010
Deepavali is a festival which has gained its popularity owing to the nature
of its celebrations. It has long been considered to have a religious
significance which is now lost in the universal feelings of goodness and joy
which envelop everyone on this day. Of all traditional Indian festivals,
Divali can be safely said to be the most widely accepted and loved by the
people of this country. It is one of those rare occasions which give Indians
a unique identity.
Brighten up This Diwali
with Diyas and Candles
Posted on : 13th October 2009
Diwali is associated with lights and illumination and hence aptly called as
the Festival of Lights. Diwali is symbolized with lighting up the houses
with diyas and candles. As everyone knows that exchanging of gifts is an age
old tradition in Diwali. It is the time where people meet their loved ones,
relatives and friends and gifts are considered a token of love and good
wishes. Diwali Diyas and Candles are one of the most beautiful and popular
gift items during this festival.
Popularity of Online
Shopping in Diwali
Posted on : 9th October 2009
The joys and enthusiasm levels in Diwali can never go down. Whether rich or
poor, young and old, diwali festival is celebrated by all. A simple gift
represents the warmth and love associated with the festival and the gift.
Diwali gifts are exchanged with much gusto. There are varied products
available in the market for gifts. People can also make online purchase to
send gifts to dear ones living far away.
Tradition of Gifting
Sweets in Diwali
Posted on : 7th October 2009
Diwali, the festival of lights, is a symbolic festival of fun, happiness
and celebrations. It is also the celebration of sweets. It is a known fact
that for any kind of happy event or occasion, sweets are an essential part
of the celebrations. Diwali is an occasion to enjoy sweets of different
varieties. This festival is a time of exchanging gifts and showering your
love and regards to friends, family and relatives.
The Tradition of
Exchanging Gifts on Diwali
Posted on : 5th October 2009
Diwali or Deepavali, the Indian festival of lights, is a festival that
symbolises the victory of good over the evil or darkness prevailing within
oneself. Lightening up the darkness of the Amavasya moon, this festival
reinforces our bonding with our family members, friends and loved ones. This
is one festival where people of all age groups, irrespective of color, creed
and caste join hands and celebrate the festival. Diwali is celebrated by
lighting earthen diyas or lamps.