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The website Deepavaliblog.com is launched on 4th August 2014 with an aim of providing the users with wide collections of latest Deepavali 2014 Greetings, Sms, Wishes and many more. Deepavali 2014 Or Deepavali 2014 Is On Thursday, October 23, 2014. The users are not required to search for various sites to find best wishes messages, greeting cards etc. they can get wide collection of Deepavali Wallpapers, Deepavali Greetings, Deepavali SMSes in Hindi or English, Deepavali Rangoli Designs and many more to celebrate this festival. Not only that, our website provides you the details, the importance of the festival, the history and many more things that you need to know about Deepavali.
Our blog does not simply provide you messages and greetings that you can utilize to send to your family or friends. It explains the importance of the Four days celebrations and many facts that you were not even aware about. The users of this site pride themselves by saying their friends that they have knowledge about the essence of the occasion. One can use the history about the Deepavali Festival to explain the importance of Deepavali to their little ones.
“Deepavali” is the original name derived from the Sanskrit word “Dipavali’ which means “Row of Lamps” or “Spreading of light”. Deepavali is Celebrated in South-India in the states:Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Karnataka, Goa, Andhra Pradesh. Deepavali is a Four-day festival starts on Ashvina Krishna Chaturdasi.
1 Day: celebrated as Deepavali (Naraka Chaturdasi)
2 Day: Lakshmi Puja
3 Day: Kartika Shuddha Padwa/Bali Padyami
4 Day: Yama Dvitiya
Deepavali celebrations take place in many countries in the world. On this day people exchange gifts, bursting fire crackers, lighting fireworks, colourful sparkles and have festive meals with their family members. People used to decorate their houses by different things one of the most popular is by making rangoli designs on the floor of their house entrance. The doorways are hung with torans of mango leaves and marigold flowers. On this day, many people decorate their homes and workplaces with tiny electric lights or small clay oil lamps.
The belief behind this is that goddess Laxmi arrives at their home in the mid-night to bless them with prosperity and happiness in their lives. Deepavali melas are being enjoyed by Hindus, Jain, Sikhs & Buddhist.
There is a wide collection of greetings card, SMSes, images, messages for Deepavali 2014 on our site that one can choose from. One can also download the inspirational and holy wallpapers from our site. One can use these wallpapers for their desktop, take a printout of it and put it in the entrance of their homes or walls as a part of decorations. Deepavali rangoli are a part of colorful tradition of Indian. One can get the best Deepavali rangoli designs at our site.
One can found here the best collection of Deepavali Poems and Quotes to wish a Happy Deepavali to your friends, family and relatives. One can use these Deepavali poems to send a greeting on Facebook, whatsapp, google+, viber, wechat and other social sites. One can also create a stunning gift card by oneself using Deepavali poems and wish a perfect Deepavali greeting to friends and family.
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