Diwali or Deepavali is from the Sanskrit dipawali meaning “row or series of lights”. It is one of the most popular festivals of Hinduism. It symbolizes the spiritual ‘victory of light over darkness’, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshipped on this day with a special puja performed in the evening. But have you ever wondered why not lord RAMA be worshipped?
Well! Here is your ANSWER
It is said that without wisdom and knowledge, money (Lakshmi) does not come in house. So, acquire the first two, Lakshmi will come on its own. Ganesha is also called as ‘Pratham pujya’meaning one who is worshipped first, and also as per Hindu calendar new samvat (year) starts from the night of Diwali when old accounts are closed and new are opened. Accounts usually involves money, gold etc (in short wealth). So, these two factors lead to the worship Ganesh and Lakshmi together
DIWALI IN 2020
In 2020, Diwali will fall on November 14, which is a Saturday.
Why to choose Diwali gifts from Indidecor.com
Decorating homes and workplaces with a lot of wide variety of things is a must for everyone because it feels good. Candles and small clay lamps called diyas are lit and placed around the house. Indidecor has it all with free and express shipping. We help you out with all the decorating and gifting stuff because we know the effort that goes into finding it. Our team has worked hard on various products so you can enjoy the festival with your loved ones. We have managed to come up with different unique gifting ideas to choose from. These will definitely add up to your joy and make your diwali a memorable one for you and family.
Diwali gifts collection
Indidecor’s collection includes beautiful diyas, pooja thalis, wall decor, magic lamps, chocolates and mithai gift boxes, corporate gift hampers, candles among many other thoughtful presents. Our swift and on-time delivery definitely going to give you a good shopping experience.