When was Diwali in 2011 ?

Red Glass Lit Candle

Festivals form an integral part of India’s rich cultural tradition. Diwali or Deepavali, popularly known as the ‘festival of lights’ is a grand festival celebrated all across India. If you are wondering as to when is Diwali in 2011? Note that Diwali is on 26th day of October. Diwali signifies the triumph of good over evil forces in nature. The festival of Diwali is not only celebrated by Hindus but also by the Jains, Sikhs and Buddhists. For Hindus, it is highly significant as this festival marks the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya, after his 14 years of exile and victory over the demon Ravana. On that day, Lord Rama was welcomed by the people of Ayodhya by an exotic illustration of lights or twinkling diyas throughout the kingdom. Since then, the festival got its unique significance associated with lights.

The festival of lights would surely be incomplete without the exchange gifts. Just like other auspicious festivals, in this festival too people exchange gifts. Keeping in mind the importance of gifts, online gifts portal GiftstoIndia24x7.com has launched a wide variety of Diwali gifts. So, if you stay in any part of the World and due to any reason won’t be able to participate the grand festivities in home, send gifts to India through this trusted e-gifting portal. The celebration lightens every streets of the city with its brilliance and joy. Although the origin of the Diwali traces back to ancient harvest festival of India, in Bengal the festival is dedicated to the worship of Goddess Kali, the dark goddess of strength. Unlike other Indian festivals, the Diwali celebrations are not limited to just one day. It brings a series of festivals and holidays with itself.

All across India, the grand occasion of Diwali is celebrated with lots of divine offerings in the honour of Goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. Lights, crackers, sweets, Laxmi pooja, makes this festival an affair to remember. This day lightens our heart and soul with new promises, new aspirations, new expectations from life making every-body around us jovial. Ladies enjoy this day by illuminating their house with diyas, candles or vibrant twinkly lights. On the other hand, kids enjoy this day by shopping crackers in the morning hours and bursting them in the evening time. On this day, the sky glitters with colourful lights and the scenic beauty it emits it worth mentioning. You can make this day even more memorable  by sending gifts to India from US.

The festival of Diwali is highly significant in Indian culture as the day marks the end of all evils, hatred, misconceptions and wrong-doings leading to forgiveness. An air of freedom, festivity and friendliness persists everywhere promoting a feeling of unity and diversity among peoples. The festival of lights add glamour, immense enthusiasm and happiness to people’s life by eradicating evil and badness from the surface of the earth on one hand and ushering a new life of positivity and growth on the other. The festival is celebrated by all Indians irrespective of their classes and social status. A variety of mouth-watering dishes besides amazing gifts makes this day eventful. You can send this gifts only when you remember when is Diwali? So, amaze your loved ones on 26th October to make this day grand.

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Diwali Calendar 2011

Debjani Published: Sep 06, 2011 | Last Updated: Sep 24, 2019

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