“Diwali” means “row of light” and many people know Diwali as festivals of light. When we think about the festival, to our mind it comes Rangoli, oil lamps and fireworks. No doubt, festive mood makes all happy and it remains a good time to enjoy the time before winter. It is not only for Hindus, other religions also celebrate the festival of light in India. Being most significant festival in Indian culture, the main theme which runs over the festival is the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil.
It is believed, according to Ramayana, on the new moon day of Karthik, Lord Rama, Ma Sita and Lakshman returned Ayodhya after vanquishing the evil king Ravana and conquering Lanka. To celebrate the homecoming of King Rama, people of Ayodhya light up their houses with earthen lamp and decorate entire city in the same manner. The homecoming of Lord Rama is celebrated as “Diwali” with light, fireworks , bursting crackers and distributing variety of sweets.
Diwali is a festival family and friend strive to recreate the spirit of togetherness and the sparkling festival of light is celebrated all Indians living in different part of the world with lots of enthusiasm. On this day, Hindus celebrate the birth of Goddess Lakshmi by lighting lamps and candles. During Diwali, families and friends share gifts and there is a strong belief to purchase new clothes, utensils, appliances, and lots more thing on the special day can bring lots of happiness. The food comes in a range of colors and flavours and families prepare food at home and when guests arrive they exchange gifts and watch firework together.
Sending gifts through Living gifts
Diwali remains the biggest Hindu festivals among Indian communities and people living in US can send variety of gifts to their parents, friends and dear ones through online. The online shopping site Living Gifts offers best diwali gifts, deals and discounts for people to shop a variety of products and send to their dear ones in India. The online site offers gift ranging from dry fruit, diwali sweets, exotic candles, chocolate combo, crackers and lots more. You can gift your brother Bhai Dooj gifts and flower bouquets. Light up the festival by purchasing decorative candles available in different colours. Here at Living Gifts, you can buy diwali gifts at an affordable price. For a sweet delight choose from a wide array mithai boxes and dry fruits. Amazing combos available through the online site will make your Diwali 2015 a special one. Comfortably by sitting from your home in US, send across Khatta Mettha Hamper, Gulab Jamun, mixed sweets, pista pack and lots more to your parents and family friends India. If you order products before 11.00AM , the gifts would be delivered on the same day itself.
Gifts you can order through living gifts online store
Here are given a wide array of some special Diwali gifts, you can order them through online and send across to your dear ones.
- Pooja Thali – Kalash model Pooja Thali is made of steel with Meenakari work done in it. You will get two Katoris, one diya and two dibiya of roli along with the thali.
- Soan Papdi – The ½ kg Bikano Soan Papdi is a perfect gift to be ordered for the occasion.
- Sweet and Green – Celebrate this Diwali eco-friendly with Haldiram Rasgulla and love couple Bamboos.
- Dry fruits – you will find a great selection of dry fruit collection. Some of them include mixed dry fruit potli, economy dry fruit pack, 750 gram thali, big family pack, dry fruit and laxmi ganesh and lots more.