Diwali – The Indian Festivals And Occasions Bring Along Boundless Joy And Pump

It is well known that our country is a land of various culture and traditions. This multi-lingual and multi-religious country revolves around the aura of festivities and various occasions all round the year. The Indian festivals and occasions bring along boundless joy and pump along with it and the jubilant celebration marks the essence of all the occasions and festivals. Festivals and occasions have always been the integral part of our country. Among all festivals which are celebrated in India, Diwali is one of the most auspicious and significant festival that is celebrated every year with great joy and pump. Diwali or deepavali surrounds around multiple legends and myths and the most famous being the story of Lord Rama, once upon a time, the prince of Ayodhya, who freed his wife Sita from Lanka, defeating the notorious demon, Ravana. Lord Rama along with his wife and brother Laxman were welcomed by the people of Ayodhya and were shown obeisance as the entire kingdom was adorned with lights, diyas and candles. The home coming of victorious Lord Rama was considered to be the triumph of the good over the evil. From that time, Diwali in our country is celebrated with great joy and pump and the celebration is a gesture of welcoming the light erasing the darkness.

It should also be well known that Diwali is a five-day festival, beginning on the 15th day of the Hindu calendar month of Kartika (Ashwin). The word Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit word Deepavali (Deepa means light and Avali, means a row). Thus, Diwali or deepavali is also most popularly known as the Festival of Lights.

The festival of Diwali is one of the auspicious day when people enjoy to the fullest with great joy and pump and exchange different gifts to convey festive wishes, love, care and regards to their near and dear ones. Today, with many people residing outside the country far from their home and loves ones, it becomes essential to convey the heartfelt wishes to the near and dear ones back in home. They do so by sending Diwali Gifts To India. These days, with easy access to internet it has become possible to connect to the near and dear ones through different gifting portals available today to Send Diwali Gifts To India.

It is well known that light is the symbol of goodness and illuminating home with candles and Diyas are traditional ways that has been continuing since past several years. Houses on the Diwali eve gets the best glory as the lights adorn each and every corner of the room and surroundings.

Several online gifts portal brings you an exquisite collection of earthen diyas and German silver made diyas that aptly suits the piousness of the auspicious occasion. The intricate designs made on the diyas and the beaded decorations in some, make these wonderful Diwali gifts. BOLA TANGKAS