Revel In The Festive Spirit Of Diwali By Gifting Your Near And Dear Ones Exclusive Novelties!
10/23/2014

Diwali, arrives as the festival of lights, which stands as an auspicious occasion celebrated throughout the world with much zeal.

Online PR News – 23-October-2014 – Noida / Uttar Pradesh – Diwali, arrives as the festival of lights, which stands as an auspicious occasion celebrated throughout the world with much zeal. Taking a cue from this, its indeed harmless to be able to aim and make it a memorable one for you as well as your loved ones with a melange of Diwali gifts.

Gifts given on Diwali strengthen bonds and lends one the feeling of being loved and remembered.

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Diwali carries with it one of the most beautiful times of the year when Indians celebrate the festival of light braced with lots of enthusiasm and reverence.

Diwali connotes 'row of lights' and is celebrated on the fourteenth day in the dark half of Kartik month. Diwali is literally the darkest night of the darkest time yet celebrates the presence of light.

There are several rituals and reasons to observe Diwali. Nevertheless, one of the oldest is that it marks Lord Rama’s much – awaited and glorious return to Ayodhya-his kingdom after fourteen long years of exile.

Diwali is also called as Krishna Chaturdashi and commemorates Lord Krishna's triumph over the devil Narakaasura who had abducted and terrified the gopis of Vrindavan.

Legend has it that the demon begged for pity with Lord Krishna declaring that the day of his death would be celebrated with great joy and festivity. It is also believed that on this day Lord Vishnu married Maa Maha Lakshmi. Diwali stands as a 5-day long celebration that starts with Dhanteras on the first day (21st October), followed by Choti Diwali on the second day (22nd October), Laxmi Poojan or Diwali on the third day (23rd October), Padwa or Govardhan Pooja on the fourth day (24th October) and Bhaidooj (25th October)on the fifth day. It is considered auspicious to exchange gifts on Dhanteras, Diwali and bhaidooj as it is believed to herald happiness and prosperity in people’s lives.

As Diwali stands for the triumph of good over evil, followed by virtue over deceit, of light over darkness, which in itself calls for a significant celebration. So, are you looking for ways to get together en route for Diwali on 23rd October 2014.

Festival Plannings and preparations

On the day of the Dipavali festival, doorways are adorned with torans of mango leaves and marigolds. Traditional Rangolis are drawn with a melange of coloured powders to welcome guests. The traditional motifs are often connected with promising symbols connoting good luck. Also on this day Oil diyas are arranged in and around the corners of the house. For the presence of these flickering lamps, the festival has acquired its name: Dipawali or Deepavali signifies 'rows of lamps'. On this day, people buy diwali gifts, followed by household decoratives for divali or for that matter some jewelry for the women of the house.