The ancient festival of lights, Diwali is celebrated across India and world with gaiety and exuberance. According to Hindu mythology, darkness signifies ignorance and evil while light represents knowledge and victory.
Filling little clay lamps with oil and wick and lighting them in rows all over the house is a tradition that is popular throughout the country.
Diwali, also known as Deepawali, is a national festival that is celebrated across India with much fun and frolic.
How to bring Lakshmi home
The baniya wants her badly, so does my doodhwala, my neighbour, my boss and I want her too.
The legend behind the festival is as varied as the manner of its celebration and all share the common theme of triumph of good over evil.
Decorate Your House
Feng Shui ..»
Relevance of Rangoli
The Art of Rangoli
Ideas in Pics
- Diwali Gifts Hampers
- Ganesha-Laxmi Gifts
- Diwali ki Mithai