• Happy Diwali Festival

    Diwali, a festival of lights, is a Hindu festival which originated in India, but is now celebrated all over the world...
    Happy Diwali Festival
  • Diwali Gifts

    Deepavali is a time to share happiness and celebrate with your family and friends...
    Diwali Gifts
  • Diwali Cusine

    Unique and delicious food is prepared for Diwali, whose recipes are easy to follow. In this section, we have given some easy receipes for Diwali...
    Diwali Recipe
  • Five Days of Diwali

    Diwali most popularly referred as festival of lights is one the most important and highly awaited festival for all Hindus...
    Five Days of Diwali
  • Importance of Diyas

    The various mythological aspects of Diwali are closely associated with the row of lamps. The night of Diwali is the darkest in the year...
    Happy Diwali Diyas
Happy Diwali 2010

Happy Diwali 2010

Diwali, a festival of lights, is a Hindu festival which originated in India, but is now celebrated all over the world. It celebrates the triumph of good over evil and of light over darkness. Diwali, a festival of lights, is a Hindu festival which originated in India, but is now celebrated all over the world....
Five Days Diwali Festival

Five Days of Diwali

Diwali most popularly referred as festival of lights is one the most important and highly awaited festival for all Hindus. This festival is hugely cherished in all the states of India as well neighboring countries like Nepal. Originally, the festival was known by the name as Deepawali,...
Diwali Diyas Festival

Diwali Diyas Festival

The various mythological aspects of Diwali are closely associated with the row of lamps. The night of Diwali is the darkest in the year. It is thus apt to decorate the house and surroundings with bright Diwali diyas to welcome the Gods...
Diwali Rangoli Festival

Diwali Festival in India

India is a land of unity in diversity. Owing to its great diversity of religious/beliefs and the varied cultural traditions of the different states, festivals in India--like festivals in any part of the worls--find expression for the people's zest for living, delight in the nature and love of pageantry...
Laxmi Pooja Festival

Laxmi Pooja

The third day of the festival of Diwali is the most important day of Lakshmi-puja and is entirely devoted to the propitiation of Goddess Lakshmi. On this very day sun enters his second course and passes Libra which is represented by the balance or scale.....
Diwali Decorations

Diwali Decorations

Diwali is the festival of lights --- the actual meaning of the term 'Deepawali' or 'Diwali' being a row of lights. On this day, Hindus worships the Goddess of fortune and prosperity, Lakshmi. They decorate their home with beautiful wall colors, rangolis, diyas, flowers, candles, lanterns, and lamps....
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Diwali Recipes

Unique and delicious food is prepared for Diwali, whose recipes are easy to follow. In this section, we have given some easy receipes for Diwali. Our Diwali Recipes section contains a variety of traditional Diwali recipes. Dipawali is the most significant Hindu festival....
North Indian Diwali Festival

North Indian Diwali Festival

Diwali means an Array of Lamps. This is one of the major festivals in the Hindu calendar. It occurs in October/November, and is spread over five days. Dhanetras (Dhanatrayodashi) is the first day or rather the eve of the day on which the festival begins....
Diwali Gifts

Diwali Gifts

Deepavali is a time to share happiness and celebrate with your family and friends; and what better way to do it than by indulging in some gifts? Here are some ideas
Hindu Temples

Hindu Temples

Hindu Temples in Various Regions,Hindu Temples in Australia, U.S.A , U.k.
Hindu Temples

Diwali Shopping

Diwali Shopping, Diwali gift Store
Durga Puja in Bengal

Durga Puja in Bengal

Goddess Durga is synonymous with Shakti, the divine power to fight against all evils. Durga Puja and Bengal are complementary to each other. Durga puja is an important and biggest celebration here. Earlier the worship of Durga was only the ambit of a few religious individuals.
Dusshera Rituals in different states

Dusshera Rituals in different states

Dusshera is known by different names in different parts of the country. The rituals and custom too differ from region to region but the tradition of burning cardboard models of Ravana, his son Meghnad and brother Kumbhkaran is observed commonly in nearly all states.
Nine Forms of Goddess Durga

Nine Forms of Goddess Durga

According to Hindu mythology Goddess Durga is a symbol of power. She is worshipped in nine forms and is termed Navadurga. Each of the nine manifestation of Durga is worshipped with full devotion during Navaratri.
Types of Navratri

Types of Navratri

Navratri......the nine divine nights is celebrated five times a year. They are named according to the name of hindi lunar month in which each of these fall.