Send Diwali Gifts to IndiaDiwali is the festival of lights, it marks the victory of good and virtuous over evil in the society. It also marks the end of darkness along with the initialization of light in the human lives and thus the festival of lights is best celebrated by the lighting up of numerous Diwali lamps and Diwali diyas. Young and old unite in this festive spirit of Diwali, there is fun, enthusiasm and an essence of celebration in the air. A major role in the celebration of Diwali across the world is the exchange of Diwali Gifts. People exchange colorful gifts with their loved ones, friends and family during Diwali. The articles in this section discusses the various aspects of Diwali, the various gift ideas for Diwali and the history that speaks of the age old rituals and festivities associated with the celebration of Diwali.

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How to Send Gifts to India on Diwali?

We Indians wait eagerly throughout the year for late October-November, when our homes get decorated with twinkling lights, a train of lit lamps start giving off just enough heat to feel comfortable in the early winter days and the whole locality smells of delectable sweets being made in every household. The excitement of Diwali approaching is hard to contain. But what is harder, is staying away from home and not being able to breathe in the essence of this festival. To make your Diwali better, we at GiftstoIndia24x7.com bring you the opportunity to send your loved ones a beautiful gift from anywhere in the world. The procedures

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Diwali and Online Gifting

The word Diwali is derived from the word Deepavali that means 'rows of lights'. Deep means lights and avali means rows. So, this great Indian festival is also known as the 'Festival of lights'. This day marks the victory of good over evil or the darkness. The tradition of lighting thousands of earthen lamps symbolizes eliminating the darkness within by illuminating the soul with the light of positive energy and hope. The festival of Diwali has been considered significance as it empowers our hearts to connect to that world of ethereal supremacy. Dated back to the ancient times, Diwali in India is considered as one of the most im

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Send Diwali Gifts Online to India

To enable you to select and send gifts to India on this festival of Diwali, GiftstoIndia24x7.com, the premier e-gifting portal of India has ushered in. Since 1999, this very site has been facilitating the global Indians to send online gifts to India from any part of the world with utter ease and diligence. So, if you place your order with GiftstoIndia24x7.com this festive season, rest assured of getting your gifts to be delivered to your loved ones in India right on time. Gifts can speak the hidden language to the best. So, if you want to touch the heart of your closed ones living far away by conveying your love through gifts,

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Traditions and Significance of the festival of Diwali

India is a nation that binds multiple races, castes, creeds and ethnic groups in a common chord of mutual respect, love and harmony. Festivals form the most integral part of Indian society. Filling the air with vibrant colors, the colossal churches, temples and mosques, threshold of the houses illuminated with rows of lamps, traditional attires, folklore, singing and dances and unwavering jubilance mark the festival in India. The concept of 'unity in diversity' encompasses all the festivals, making India a land that upholds multi-lingual, multi-cultural and multi-religious harmony. Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is one of the

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When was Diwali in 2010 ?

Diwali is one of the most auspicious and holy festivals of India. Diwali in 2010 falls on November, the 5th. The name Diwali is itself a contraction of the word 'Dipavali' that is generally celebrated during the no moon day in the Hindu month of Kartik. Among all Indian community, the festival of Diwali symbolises illuminating of every Indian household with earthen lamps filled with oil and filament. The festival promises great festivity among the Indians - a night of fireworks, with burning of sparklers and crackers. It is perhaps of this, that Diwali has an immense popularity among the Hindus all throughout the world. Th

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Top Ten Diwali gifts to India

Top Ten Diwali gifts to India

Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is celebrated in India with full vim and brio. Commonly known as the ‘festival of lights’ it is celebrated on the last day of the last month of lunar calendar. If you are  wondering when is Diwali? Note that this festival generally falls in between mid -october and mid-november. and according to the hindu calender it falls on the darkest night of lunisolar month called kartika. During this time, the whole country is in a joyous mood as the festive spirit reigns on all. The festival commemorates the home coming of Lord Ram, after defeating the demon Ravana. Thus, the festival of

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History of Diwali

History of Diwali

India is the ‘land of festivals’. Here, all festivals has its own significance behind the celebration. And Diwali, 'the festival of lights' is a national festival celebrated with lots of zeal and enthusiasm. Whole India participates candidly in this Festival though the way of celebrating Diwali differs state-wise according to the culture and traditions of that particular state. People of all age groups participate in this festival with gaiety and fervor. This special festival is made even more auspicious with the exchange of gifts. Online gifts portal, GiftstoIndia24x7.com is a site that is dedicated to send gifts t

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Diwali-a festival of lights and gifts

 Diwali or Deepavali means ‘a row of light’. It is the festival of worshiping the victory of good over the evil or darkness prevailing within oneself. It is the celebration of illuminating one’s own soul with the light of hope and positive energy. Diwali marks the  empowerment of your heart to connect to the divine world. In ancient India, Diwali was supposed to be an important harvesting festival. Diwali has a historical significance also as it marks the end of Lord Rama's exile and his return to his homeland. Diwali unites everyone near and far and instills feeling of zest, hope, and the spirit of

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This Diwali, GiftstoIndia24x7.com brings an exciting offer of upto 50% discount on a delightful handpicked collection of Diwali Gifts. The festival of Diwali holds a special significance in Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism. It is the celebration of eradicating the darkness of evil and ignorance with the light of virtue and knowledge. Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped on this auspicious day. The houses are illuminated with ornate diyas and rangolis to welcome the Deity. Family get together and exchanging gifts among loved ones are popular customs of this jubilant festival. People flock shops and markets to buy presentations for their r

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Celebrate Diwali in the Traditional Spirit of Festivity

With the advance of time, the ways of celebrating the auspicious occasion of Diwali have changed. Traditional practices of celebrating the light of good and knowledge, meeting relatives and friends are gradually losing importance. People are more interested these days to outdo each other in fireworks and cracker bursting. Giftstoindia24x7.com, however, identifies the importance and significance of our traditional practices and celebrates Diwali in the traditional fervour. Giftstoindia24x7.com team celebrates Diwali like a family with profuse participation of each member of the team. The responsible team focuses on the traditio

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4% Off  Dry Fruits & Diya Combo
` 1784 / $ 25.4 ` 1709 / $ 24.33
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` 2034 / $ 28.95 ` 1839 / $ 26.18
5% Off Haldiram's Gulab Jamun & Diya Hamper
` 748 / $ 10.65 ` 709 / $ 10.09
5% Off Designer Sets of Diya
` 408 / $ 5.81 ` 389 / $ 5.54
5% Off Basket of Dry Fruits & Diyas
` 1146 / $ 16.31 ` 1089 / $ 15.5
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` 299 / $ 4.26
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