Our culture and tradition are most valued in Hinduism. Hindus celebrate lots of festival and each one has its own significance. Deepavali is one of the most auspicious and an important festival of Hindus. It is celebrated all over the India with great enthusiasm. Before Deepavali we could see the passion in people to celebrate this festival. On the day of Deepavali we decorate our houses with rangolis; on the doorways we hang torans of mango leaves and marigolds for Goodluck. We also light diyas and lamps to destroy the darkness. It is said that lighting of lamps repel against evil spirits. Diwali is set by the Hindu calendar and therefore it diverges in the western calendar. It more often than not falls in October or November. Diwali is a New Year festival in the Vikrama calendar, where it falls on the night of the new moon in the month of Kartika. Business group regard it as a favorable date to start a new accounting year because of the festival's association with the goddess of wealth. Diwali is also used to celebrate a successful harvest. The name of the festival comes from the Sanskrit word Deepavali, meaning row of lights. Diwali is known as the 'festival of lights' because houses, shops, and public places are decorated with small earthenware oil lamps called. Send Diwali Sweets to India and make your dear ones feel special, loved and lucky. Send Diwali Gifts to India Same Day and make the events of your close ones more special from miles away. Diwali is the last day of the Hindu year and thus also the end of the Hindu financial year. Many businessmen close their account books and do rituals to open their new account books for the next financial year, in order to gain prosperity in the next financial year. Diwali is in fact a corruption of the Sanskrit term Deepavali. Now it is celebrated by Sikhs, Jains, Hindus, and even some Buddhists all around the globe. Diwali usually comes in the month of October or November. Diwali is one of the most celebrated occasions in India and it is a biggest Hindu festival, which occurs on the fifteenth day of Kartika. It is five days celebration; every day is associated with colorful celebrations and Poojas.
Generally first day begin with Dhanteras, a day set aside to worship Lakshmi. On the second day is Narak Chaturdasi in this day kali-the goddess of strength is worshiped. The third day is celebrated as Diwali, which is the day of the year in the lunar calendar. In this day we used to lit lamps, gift are exchanged, crackers are burst. The fourth day of the Deepavali falls on the first day of the lunar New Year. At this time the old accounts are closed and new books are opened and fifth or final day of the festival is Govardhan Pooja and Bhaiyaduz respectively. On every day celebration, people celebrate with crackers and sweets. Online Diwali Sweets Delivery in India has become more efficient in order to deliver attractive presents like Sweets, Chocolates and Dry Fruits with in a same day. Offer your heartfelt wishes to your dear ones on this Diwali by ordering them Same Day Diwali Gifts to India and make them feel special.