Diwali is better regarded as the festival of lights. This year, it’s falling on Oct 23, 2014. It’s one of the most auspicious occasions celebrated around the world with all the fun and zeal. Although, the customs to celebrate the occasion are always different in every country, the main idea is to convey best wishes, gifts and peace to everyone. For example, you may send Diwali Gifts to any location including all major cities- Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Pune, Noida, Gurgaon etc.
In the same way you may send Diwali gifts to overseas like USA, UK, Canada, Australia, Germany, Singapore, Malaysia, UAE, France, New Zealand, South Africa, New York, London, Dubai etc.
The occasion is filled with joy and prosperity along with a tradition of exchanging Diwali gifts. People love the festival so much that they wait entire year to celebrate the occasion with their friends, families and relatives. The festival not only gives a sacred feeling among people of all age and race, but also signifies the victory of good over evil.
The festival is celebrated in the presence of lights along with huge decorations all around. As we all know, Diwali is observed two days before Dhanteras which has a special significance among business communities in India. At this time, they pray to the goddess Lakshmi to bring all the prosperity, wealth, well being and success in life. There are some other significant festivals that fall around Diwali like Karwa Chauth, Bhaidooj, etc.
Now, the main attraction of the festival is marked by performing Lakshmi Puja as one of its rituals. It’s believed that doing so would invite the goddess to your house in order to bring more wealth, fortune and prosperity. After all the necessary rituals are done, people get busy bursting crackers and sending sweets to their near and dear ones.
One of the major attractions on this special day is marked with huge Diwali online shopping. At this time, people try to buy the most special and astonishing Diwali gifts, Diwali gift hampers, Diwali sweets, Diwali crackers, Diwali chocolates, Diwali dry fruits, etc. These days, there is a trend of exchanging Diwali personalized gifts over traditional gifts. It eventually helps your gifts look more attractive and appealing.
As the festival approaches, you start getting a number of Diwali greetings along with numerous emails with vibrant Diwali gifts ideas. This makes you excited even more to buy a variety of gift items to lure your family and relatives.