We bring you this sweetest Diwali hamper which consists of 1kg haldiram gulab jamun, 100gm Kaju Barfi, 16 pieces Ferroro Rocher box and 5 Diyas.
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
Amongst several festivals celebrated by the people of India, Diwali is one of the most popular which is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm. Also known as the ‘Festival of Lights’, this festival is usually celebrated in the month of October-November. It is believed that Lord Rama along with his wife Sita and brother Laxman, returned home on this day after 14 years of exile. Hence, people light their homes with diyas and flowers to welcome them. Besides these, wearing new clothes, eating delicious food, bursting crackers and exchanging gifts are all integral part of this joyous festival. Hence, if you are plann
Everything in the Indian culture that are celebrated as festivals and occasions may be easily related to the deeds and ruling of Lord Ram. He lived his life with the top morals and he also taught his companions and common people as the Lord of Ayodhya to be simple and moral in their deeds. That is why he has been bestowed with such prestige and huge honor by the Hindu society. You might know the fact that Diwali comes just 20 after the Dusshera is celebrated all over the country. There is proper linkage between these two festivals. In fact, there is a supporting yet considered true story according to the Hindu society that will
Diwali, the festival of lights is celebrated all over the country with much fervour and grandeur. Being a country which is culturally diverse in all aspects, it is of little surprise that every region of India has different rituals for Diwali celebration. Diwali is a 5 day festival which is mainly followed in North India. But in other parts of the country also at least 3 days of the rituals are celebrated if not more. In this article we shall discuss about the celebrations and rituals held in the culturally rich eastern part of the country.In eastern part of India it is believed that on this very day goddess Parvati took the fo
In India, a festival is a set of celebrations in honour of Gods or Goddesses. Diwali in India is perhaps the only festival which turns into a 5 days long carnival here with its loads of grandeur and pageantry. Illuminating houses, lanes, roads and the whole city by lighting rows of earthen lamps and colorful light bulbs, bursting firecrackers, magnificent fireworks-all mark the carnivalesque way of Diwali celebration. The festival of lights has mythological significance with some popular legends associated with this. The most popular myths among all is the welcome ceremony for the return of Rama with Lakshman and Sita from thei