Ahmedabad.com brings to you Diwali Special Gifts and Diwali Sweets and Dry Fruits for all your loved
Added: (Fri Oct 02 2009)
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'Diwali', also called Deepavali or festival of ligths, is the abstraction of the Sanskrit word Deepavali - 'Deep' means diya (small pots made from clay) or light and 'Avali', means a row - meaning a row of diyas or array of lamps. Thus placing small diyas, candles & lamps inside and around the home marks the festival of lights.
Ahmedabad, Gujarat 2nd September, 2009: Diwali Festival is also called the festival of lights, Diwali is one of the most popular festivals celebrated in India. Diwali or Deepavali is an occasion which is celebrated with lot of enthusiasm in most parts of the country. The day of Diwali witnesses celebrations of the highest magnitude as the entire country is lit with beautiful lights and lot of fireworks are used to celebrate Diwali, a victory of light over darkness. Diwali is also an important Hindu festival where Goddess Lakshmi (Wealth Goddess) is worshiped. For this very reason Diwali is also known as a festival of wealth and prosperity. The festival of Diwali in India brings in lot of excitement across all the sections of society irrespective of their socio-economic background.
The magnificent five days long jubilation of Diwali celebrations is marked by multi-colored Rangoli designs, special pooja ceremonies, lines of lamps, floral decorations, fireworks, exchange of Diwali Sweets and Diwali Gifts that lend grandeur to the Occasions. Every home - lowly or mighty - the hut of the poor or the mansion of the rich - shines with the glow of twinkling diyas or candles to welcome Lakshmi, Goddess of wealth and prosperity.
The significance of gifts and sweets are known by all. Diwali is incomplete without them. Exchanging and purchasing of different gift on each of the 5 days are important and thus people are preparing way before the actual festival days. Sending gifts is a custom and in order to keep every Indian around the world involved Ahmedabad.com brings in all the gifts items and sweets and dry fruits which are exchanged on the day of Diwali. One can send these gifts to India, US, Canada or as a matter of fact anywhere and express their wishes and love.
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