Order Mithai, Dry Fruits, Diyas and Gifts to Send India on Diwali at affordable prices

By: Shrikant


Diwali is a Festival of Lights which marks the Victory of Good over evil. This festival is celebrated throughout the world by all Indians. Diwali is also referred as Deepavali which is celebrated to enlighten the day and reduce darkness. Dhanteras marks the first day of five-days-long Diwali Festival that is celebrated on 28th October. On this auspicious day Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth is worshiped to bless with prosperity. The second day out of 5 days of Diwali festival celebration is Narak Chaturdashi, the day marks the victory of Krishna over Narakasura is celebrated on 29th October. Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi is worshiped on 30th October which is the Laxmi Puja Day by illuminating homes with Diyas, candles as well as many decorative items. The last day of the 5 day celebration of Diwali is Bhai Dooj celebration. It is significant Indian festival that celebrates and strengthens the bond of brother and sister. Bhai Dooj is celebrated on 1st November 2016.
Diwali also marks the celebration of Lord Ramís return with Seeta to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. The festival of Diwali is of different meanings and significances for different people. For some it is a day to illuminate house with lights, candles and lamps. For some it is an auspicious day to worship goddess Laxmi. For some it is fun time as they can burst crackers, For kids it is one of the best time as thry get to wear new clothes, lots of sweets to eat and fun time with crackers, and for most of us Diwali is the most cheerful day of celebration as we get to enjoy with family, friends as well as near and dear ones. Diwali is 5 day long celebration throughout India starting from 28th October and ending on 1st of November.
On this auspicious occasion such as Diwali, Dhanteras, Laxmi Puja, Bhai Dooj send amazing gifts to your loved ones in India and make their celebrations a memorable one. Send Mithai and Dry Fruits Hampers, Eggless Cakes, Puja Thali, Home Decors, lights and lamps, Diyas and Candles, Chocolates Hampers, Flowers and Gift hampers to your loved ones. On this wonderful occasion order amazing gifts range online at Giftwithlove.net and double the joy of Diwali celebration for all your loved ones by sending Best Diwali Gifts. Combination of Flowers and Sweets, Chocolates and Flowers, Sweets and Chocolates, Sweets and Dry Fruits, Chocolates and Dry Fruits are some of the wonderful combos at best price range to order online on this festive eve and light up your loved ones house with joy and happiness. To browse through great Diwali Gifts range click on the following link: http://www.giftwithlove.net/Product.aspx?sub_cat_id=91&cat_id=27

Article Directory: http://www.articletrunk.com

| More

The second day out of 5 days of Diwali festival celebration is Narak Chaturdashi, the day marks the victory of Krishna over Narakasura is celebrated on 29th October. Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi is worshiped on 30th October which is the Laxmi Puja Day by illuminating homes with Diyas, candles as well as many decorative items. The last day of the 5 day celebration of Diwali is Bhai Dooj celebration. It is significant Indian festival that celebrates and strengthens the bond of brother and sister

Please Rate this Article

 

Not yet Rated

Click the XML Icon Above to Receive Other Misc. Articles Articles Via RSS!


Powered by Article Dashboard