Sweets

Sweets

Diwali is the festival of Laxmi, the Goddess of prosperity and wealth. It is said that Goddess Laxmi visits everyone during Diwali and delivers serenity and success to all.

 

 

 

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Chocolates

Chocolates

Chocolates are universally accepted gifts for every ocassion & liked by all right from kids to grown ups........

 

 

 

 

 

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Dry Fruits

Dry Fruits

These days people have become conscious about their eating habits & they avoid mithai/sweets.....

 

 

 

 

 

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Namkeen

Namkeen

Diwali is also the time for family reunions so Namkeens along with the mouth watering sweets,enhance the enjoyemnt...

 

 



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Five days of Diwali

Dhanteras

Dhanteras

Dhanteras, the 13th day of the Krishna Paksh, in Hindu 1 month of Kartik is the first day of parties. This day is intended for cash and purchasing new things for the home like digital products or eating utensils. There is pattern of purchasing new gold cash on this day which is used for Llaxmi Puja on the day of Diwali. The custom of illumination lights starts from this very day.

Chhoti Diwali

Chhoti Diwali

The 14th day of the Krishna Paksh, in Hindu 30 days of Kartik is the second day of parties. The day is considered as small Diwali and mainly intended for the arrangements of main Diwali, the next day. Lights are lit at night and the custom of credit cards is seen in many family members.

Badi Diwali

Badi Diwali

The new celestial satellite day of Kartik 30 days is the third day of parties. The day is experienced by losing biscuits and illumination many lights and along with in a row along with the worshipping of Goddess Lakshmi.


Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj

Bhai Dooj event is recognized on 5th and last day of Diwali. Diwali is 5 day event and last day is known as Bhai dooj, , Bhaiya Dooj or Bhai Buj. Bhai indicates sibling and Dooj indicates second day after new celestial satellite. Bhai Dooj is just like Rakhi event. Identical to Rakhi - this is sibling and sibling event. On Rakhi sibling tie rakhi line on sibling side. On bhai Dooj, sibling put Tilak (red vermilion) and desires for longevity of her sibling. Brother present presents to sibling and promises to secure her sibling.