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Diwali, to be observed on Wednesday, 7th November is a day to celebrate the festival of lights by conveying the message of love to your dear ones through amazing gifts. Make the celebration of Diwali grand and memorable by sending your loved ones exclusive and memorable gifts through Express your warm feelings and love for your dear ones through a wide and varied selection of heartwarming gifts to suit different tastes from

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Articles on Diwali

  • 15 Oct 2014

    Diwali is the festival of spreading joy and hope. It is celebrated by Indians across the globe with great enthusiasm. This gala carnival is believed to be the celebration of eradicating darkness with the light of virtue. According to mythological stories, Lord Rama returned to his kingdom after killing the demon king Ravana on this auspicious day ending his 14 years long exile. His subjects illuminated his entire kingdom with diyas to welcome him a grand manner. This Diwali, has brought a dazzling collection of diyas and decorative rangolis to brighten up the interior of your loved ones. The diyas in our collection are available in delightful designs and shapes. ...

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  • 10 Oct 2014

    Diwali, ‘the festival of lights’ brings superabundant joy in our lives. It commemorates the victory of virtue and righteousness over evil. Observed on the new moon night of the Indian month of Kartik, this auspicious occasion is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervour throughout the country. The day holds huge significance in all the religions making the festival comprehensive and a nationwide celebration. Every household is decorated with rangolis and diyas as young children remain engrossed in burning crackers. On this propitious occasion, people visit their relatives and friends to house to wish each other’s health and prosperity. If you are unable to be with...

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  • 23 Oct 2010

    Truly acclaimed as the epiphany of fun, festivity, and good times, Diwali in India is a symbol of fortune, prosperity, and wisdom. It is a time to celebrate the victory of good over the evil. Diwali - a festival that marks the glorious march of light of knowledge along with it. In case you do not know that when is Diwali in 2010 then it is to inform you that Diwali falls in Friday, November the 5th in this year. So now as you know that when is Diwali 2010, you ought to prepare yourself to buy a gift that will harmonize the occasion to the best. The tradition of exchanging gifts on special occasions holds a special place among all Indian communities. It is an age-old gesture that is beli...

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  • 13 Oct 2009

    India is a land of varying culture and rich tradition. This multi-lingual and multi-religious nation revolves around the aura of festivities all round the year. The festivals in India, brings along boundless joy along with it and the jubilant celebration marks the essence of all the festivals. Festivals have always been the integral part of Indian people. Through different festivals, the rich heritage of the country is upheld. Among all, Diwali is one of the most significant festival that is celebrated every year, celebrated with loads of zeal and enthusiasm. Diwali surrounds around multiple legends and myths and the most popular being the story of Lord Rama, the prince of Ayodh...

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  • 23 Sep 2009 is now the most appreciated name in online gifting industry. This website is there 24x7, to connect global Indians to their roots in India. Global Indians always feel the urge to get in touch with their loved ones and if it is the occasion of Diwali, it gives them the golden opportunity to convey the unconditional love and care by sending gifts to India. Nowadays, with the help of online gifting sites, it is not difficult to send Diwali gifts online to India and make the moments unforgettable for ever. Diwali countdown has begun! Diwali is the festival of lights and gifts. So it is the time to shower your special one with lots of love and affection by sending ...

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