The word "Diwali" is a contraction of "Deepavali", derived from Sanskrit Dīpāvalī, which translates to "Row of Lights". So Diwali festival is also called "Festival of Lights". Diwali is the name of the festival in northern India. In South India the festival is called "Deepavali". Other Indians celebrate the cultural aspects. Diwali, I like to use the traditional family, friends and loved ones. Send Diwali greetings to friends and family.
Diwali , the festival of lights. Hindus celebrate this holy and coming festival of lighting Diyas, making rangolis, decorate their homes with Toran and beautiful decorations and cooking Diwali recipes.
Diwali is a five-day festival that represents the beginning of the Hindu New Year. It honors the victory good over evil, and brightness over darkness. It also marks the start of winter. Diwali is actually celebrated in honor of Lord Rama and his wife Sita returned to his kingdom Ayodhya after Rama and the monkey god Hanuman defeated the demon Ravana the king and rescue Sita from his evil clutches (celebrated on Dussehra).
Diwali is celebrated with festive fireworks, lights, flowers, sharing sweets , and worship of Goddess Laxmi and Kali. It's time to send this beautiful Diwali greetings and ecards, animated flash clip art, glitter pictures to friends, family and loved ones, you can also send them Diwali greetings, cards, wishes, images, flash clip to your friends via E-mail .
In Diwali 2011, with the help of advanced technology, you can see your distant relatives with free online Diwali cards. Share blessings on the basis of Diyas asked you and your family and send Diwali wishes to your loved ones.
- In 2011, Diwali will be celebrated on 26th October 2011
- In 2012, Diwali will be celebrated on 13rd November 2012