• How To Bring The Colorful Festive Diwali Vibes To Your Home

    How To Bring The Colorful Festive Diwali Vibes To Your Home

    October 20 2022

    A Festival is one of the peculiar moments that make you feel special pleasure and joy. As we all know, Diwali is approaching. Preparations for the festival of colours are being carried out in every household, and we can't help but enjoy the colourful lights, vibrant sweets and beautiful clothes adorning everyone's doorsteps. Now, one more question would arise: Table of Content Decorate your house with lights Rangoli Decorate Your Home With Diyas Hang Festive Lanterns In Your Home...

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  • When is Diwali 2022?

    When is Diwali 2022?

    October 04 2022

    Diwali celebration starts with Dhanteras and ends with Bhai Dooj. Lakshmi Puja, the most auspicious of diwali festival days is celebrated as the day of Diwali. Hence, Diwali 2022 falls on Monday, October 24. It is also a day to worship Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha for good luck and prosperity. After lighting their homes with diyas, people take part in the 'puja'. The celebration of Diwali involves lighting up the house lights and diyas, diwali candles and decorating the house with...

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  • How to Make this Dhanteras Memorable

    How to Make this Dhanteras Memorable

    October 29 2021

    Dhanteras is one of the most beautiful festivals celebrated across India. It is all about prosperity and positivity. We worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi on Dhanteras for their blessings. There is a lot of fun associated with the festival of Dhanteras as it is celebrated the day before Choti Diwali. So, everyone is in the festive spirit and there is so much love and joy filled in the heart of everyone. If you want to make your Dhanteras even more memorable, you have come to the right...

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  • Helpful tips on Pre-planning Diwali gifts for Loved ones

    Helpful tips on Pre-planning Diwali gifts for Loved ones

    October 28 2021

    The time to get together with your friends and family to have the best time of the year is here, yes! Diwali is here, and I know you can not contain your excitement. Decorated houses, lots of delicious food, and tons of quality time with the ones you love is something we all look forward to but wait there’s one more thing that is an important part of the festive celebration, That’s right Diwali Gifts! The receiving of gifts is a vital part of the festivities, and we are all for it,...

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  • Dhanteras 2022: Significance & Why is it Celebrated

    Dhanteras 2022: Significance & Why is it Celebrated

    October 27 2021

    "Dhantrayodashi", popularly known as Dhanteras, is celebrated on Trayodashi Tithi in the Hindu month of Kartik, usually two days before Diwali. This year it will be celebrated on November 2, which is Tuesday and two days before the festival of lights. Dhanteras is derived from 'Dhan' which means wealth and 'Teras' which means thirteen. On the day of Dhanteras, people get up early and take bath as soon as sunrise. After completing the morning rituals, they prepare for Lakshmi Puja in the...

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  • Sentiment behind making "Manao Diyo se Roshan" Diwali

    Sentiment behind making "Manao Diyo se Roshan" Diwali

    October 27 2021

    Whenever you hear the word Diwali, it touches some separate strings of your heart, the ones that are reserved for extremely intimate things. This festival speaks to you in more ways than one, a festival of happiness, togetherness, love, and just pure bliss, hence, it deserves to be celebrated with the people whom you love and cherish the most, no matter how near or far they are, that is our motive behind “Manao Diyo se Roshan Diwali” to bring your family and friends closer,...

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  • Wish "Happy Diwali" in These Special Way

    Wish "Happy Diwali" in These Special Way

    October 25 2021

    Deepavali, is an ancient festival celebrating the return of Lord Rama to his home in Ayodhya after defeating Ravana in Lanka. A celebration of light and hope, Diwali is a time to gather with family and friends. Give your loved ones presents they will cherish for years to come. So here are some ways and gifts ideas with which you can wish "Happy Diwali" in a Special Way: Diwali Diyas Diwali is the wonderful festival of lights celebrated every year. It is a time to reconnect with...

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  • Why Is Choti Diwali Celebrated?

    Why Is Choti Diwali Celebrated?

    October 21 2021

    Choti Diwali is also known as Roop Chaudas or Naraka Chaturdashi that is celebrated a day before Diwali across India. People celebrate it by lighting up their houses and by bursting crackers as a sign of waiting for the main day. The festival of lights is observed for five days that starts from Dhanteras, then Naraka Chaturdashi, main day Diwali, then Govardhan Pooja, and ends with Bhai Dooj. This five-day festival is enthusiastically celebrated across India by worshipping Goddess Laxmi, making...

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  • Best Ways to Celebrate Diwali In A Traditional Way

    Best Ways to Celebrate Diwali In A Traditional Way

    October 19 2021

    Diwali, meaning row or series of lights, is the Hindu festival of lights. The festival spiritually symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, and hope over despair. Diwali involves the use of diyas (dīpāvalam in Sanskrit), small oil lamps made to be placed in rows in front of deities in temples. Diwali holds the old tradition of exchanging. This traditional festival is incomplete without Diwali gifts. So, here are some of the best ways to...

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  • Diwali 2022 - Laxmi Puja - Vidhi, Timing, Bhog, and Importance

    Diwali 2022 - Laxmi Puja - Vidhi, Timing, Bhog, and Importance

    October 18 2021

    Diwali, one of the most important and awaited Indian festivals, is also known as Deepawali. The day is marked by people coming together with family & friends and worshipping goddess Laxmi, lord Ganesha, and Kuber for prosperity, well-being, and good fortune. The festival is not just about bursting firecrackers, which should be avoided!), but it is about the triumph of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and light over darkness. People aesthetically decorate their homes with...

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