Diwali celebrated all over the world- Festival of Light
An awful medley of light, sound, and color, Diwali is much more than just another Hindu festival. Traditionally known as the Festival of Lights. Diwali is one of the biggest Hindu festivals celebrated around the whole world full of sparkles. Held in autumn every year, the festival dates back to ancient times when the end of the summer harvest season was celebrated with much pageantry and splendor.
Diwali is known for ‘the Festival of Lights’ signifies the pride of light over darkness and good over evil. Legend has it that on this day many eons ago, Lord Rama – an avatar of the Hindu god Vishnu, returned home elated after 14 long years of exile. To illuminate the path through which they return and to guide them home, diyas (clay lamps) are lit everywhere and the world is bathed in golden colors of light! For Hindus, it often indicates the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya, after his 14 years of exile and victory over Ravana.
To other people, Diwali is dedicated to the Goddess Lakshmi, who is believed to bring wealth and prosperity in life. In many households, the celebrations include a pooja (worship) of the Goddess to pray for health, success, and happiness and last for five days. This is also the time for the annual Indian to buy gold or silver things before Diwali is considered auspicious. So here Goldgiftideas is presenting you the most unique and attractive products for your household and relatives.
Goldgiftideas which has the specialty in giving Diwali return gift which has Silver plated Pooja Thali, Gold Plated Bowl Set, Silver Plated Bowl Set, Silver Plated Pooja Items, Silver Plated Dinnerware, Designer handcrafted potli bags and classy clutches, Decorative Pooja Articles, God Idols, Sweets and Chocolate and many other. All the articles are having much variation in the designs which gives you choice in selection. We offer you glorious Silver Plated things which will last for many years.
Make this Diwali more memorable with Goldgiftideas by having spiritual pooja items that can also be given to your loved ones and make their events more memorable. Diwali is the time that brightens the country with its sheer magic and brilliance and dazzles people everywhere with joy and celebration. All the four days in Diwali all have their unique traditions that fill people with good hope, love, peace, and a rejuvenated mind, not to forget unsullied happiness.