In our 20th Year, team DGreetings has selected a few cards to in this particular section. Wish everyone Happy Diwali. Choose wishes, greetings, cards, quotes, images, messages and …Read More..
Diwali will be celebrated this year on 27th October 2019. … Here is a collection of Diwali food recipe that may be useful for you to plan ahead …Read More..
Get DIY aarti thali ideas for Diwali. Decorate pooja thali and aarti thali at home and use them during festivals or engagement and marriage ceremonies. Diwali, also known …Read More..
Diwali is the festival of lights. It is also known as’ Deepawali’. the festival is celebrated by lighting diyas and candles to drive away the darkness of Amavasya …Read More..
Dīvali, Dīpawali, Deepavali, is a festival of lights and is a public holiday in India. Followers of Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism observe various customs related to Diwali In …Read More..
Have you ever thought why we give sweets on Diwali? Is this just a tradition or is there something else? Did you know Diwali is celebrated differently in …Read More..
Diwali also known as the Festival of Lights is a five days Hindu festival, Diwali varies across cultures, religions and regions. Find out about the five days of …Read More..
Diwali without candles and diyas hardly make a sense. Lighting Diyas and candles is a way of warding off the darkness and spreading light, which is what the …Read More..
Diwali is one of the most significant festivals in India. It is celebrated across the nation with much fanfare and enthusiasm. Diwali is one of the most auspicious …Read More..
It’s time we celebrate Diwali in an eco-friendly way. It good for our children, elderly and for the environment as well. Diwali, the festival of lights, is one …Read More..
Team DGreetings has been part of your celebrations since 1999. It is time for us to add more options for you. Cover Images for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram …Read More..
For what reasons is Diwali celebrated? There are several reasons to celebrate Diwali in India as per beliefs and customs but the most popular one is the return …Read More..
Apart from lighting, pooja and sweets, home decoration is another very big task on Diwali. Deity of wealth and prosperity, Goddess Laxmi loves beauty and cleanliness; and blesses …Read More..
History of Diwali Diwali is one of the biggest festivals of the Hindus. However, it is popular among people of other religions as well. It is not only …Read More..
India celebrates Diwali with joy and gaiety but fervor of festivity of this fiesta of lights is no less in other countries. As this festival of light approaches, …Read More..
A beautiful display of lights and fireworks portrays a picture of Diwali night. Literally, Diwali means rows of clay lamps. This festival signifies its connection with the uplifting …Read More..