The joy of Diwali celebration is almost endless. Through a variety of unique treats, gifts, and fireworks, everyone lights up in this joy-filled celebration. Feel the joy of Diwali emanating from all who celebrate this occasion as immerse yourself in the celebration.
The lights, colors, and joy of Diwali transfixes all senses. With joy and delight, the special surprise of Diwali is spread amongst all, as treats are shared, wishes are exchanged, and snacks are treated in the midst of the dazzling spectacle of lights and colors.
Presenting a gift to a person on the joy-filled eve of Diwali signifies how much that person is special to you. A gift is very culmination of all your thoughts and good wishes, packaged gorgeously. It is guaranteed to make a person feel special and overjoyed when it is presented to him or her. Gifts […]
The colors and lights of Diwali are always spectacular. Every year on this eve, a grand festival of joy ensues with gusto and joyous revelry. The whole nation rises up in celebratory delight, as the magic of Diwali spreads to all corners of the country. But it’s not just India; people from countries such as […]
Diwali is one of the most celebrated occasions. Originating in India as a celebration of light, it has spread all across the world, even to faraway countries such as Indonesia, Singapore, Mauritius, Australia, Malaysia, and USA.
“Unity in diversity” as they say, a phrase so aptly describing the country of India. Sikhs, Jains, Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Parsis, no matter what your background or religion, you will always find a home in India. Travel across the magical land of India and immerse yourself in the rich cultural history and festivities of the […]
Diwali is a festival that we all love to celebrate. With a lot of family time, there is a lot of lights and decorations as well. We all want our homes to look bright and beautiful to welcome goddess Laxmi. This Diwali, do not go anywhere but create your own craft. Decorate your home with your own style by making these easy DIY crafts.
November is the month of celebrations with festival lying back to back. Just after the celebrations of Karwa Chauth are over people start preparing for Diwali and Bhai Dooj.Bhai dooj falls after two days from Diwali and is another significant festival to celebrate the brother-sister bond after Raksha Bandhan. On this day, the sister puts tilak on the brother’s forehead and offers sweet.
Diwali is a festival to celebrate the triumph of good over evil and right over wrong. It is a day when every family sits together, eats together and celebrates together. In the hustle and bustle of daily life, it is this festival, which gives everyone some quality time to spend with their loved ones. It […]