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India is a land of festivals, every religion has its own festivals and special occasions that shows our culture and traditions. Diwali is the only festival that is celebrated irrespective of cast and religion. It is one of the biggest and brightest festivals of India and cel... more
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Diwali witnesses the biggest exchange of gifts, on this day people exchange gifts and sweets with their loved ones as token of love. Diwali is the biggest and brightest festival of India and celebrated all over the world by the Hindus with great gusto and enthusiasm. On this ... more
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Diwali is also named as Deepavali and is commonly known as “festival of lights”. Deep means ‘lights’ and avali means ‘rows’ so this means ‘array of lights’. On this day people worship the goddess of wealth and prosperity ‘Laxmi’ along with lord Ganesha ‘god of knowledge’. Th... more
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Diwali is approaching faster and you should decide what to gift your loved ones as soon as possible if you have haven't decided it yet. Diwali witnesses the biggest exchange of gifts season of the year. Diwali is the festival of spreading joy and happiness all around hence ex... more
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The famous festival of Diwali is almost there, so what is your planning for the event. The festival of diwali is meant to spread a lot of gusto and enthusiasm in the environment. It is a day which is celebrated as a prayer of goodwill and goodluck in everyone’s life. It is t... more
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Diwali is not only the festival of lights or gifts; there is something else which perfectly describes the day of prosperity and that something is sweets. India is known worldwide for its festivals and sweets, and to be much precise we can say the sweets in festivals. Indian s... more
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The famous festival of Diwali is almost there, so what is your planning for the event. The festival of diwali is meant to spread a lot of gusto and enthusiasm in the environment. It is a day which is celebrated as a prayer of goodwill and goodluck in everyone’s life. It i... more
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Diwali is a very famous Hindu festival which is celebrated in the month of Kartika every year. Being celebrated in early winters Diwali is a festival that marks the beginning of the chilly weather in India. The famous Hindu festival is celebrated with complete zest and ... more
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