The festival Diwali signifies the victory of brightness over darkness. On the day of Diwali, we worship Goddess Laxmi as a symbol of prosperity. The festival of light, Diwali is celebrated for different reasons in both north and south India.
In north India, the festival is celebrated welcoming, Lord Rama with Sita and Laxman from Lanka after vanquishing the demon king Ravana.
In the southern part of India, the festival is celebrated, remembering the conquer of Asura Naraka who imprisoned thousands of inhabitants and finally the prisoners were freed by Krishna.
How We Celebrate Diwali
Diwali, the festival of light is celebrated 5 days by Hindus in India and it remains the biggest as well as brightest festival to be celebrated across the country. To celebrate the festival, people clean home and decorate with colorful flowers and row of clay lamps.
Hindu women prepare mouthwatering sweets and snacks. On the evening of Diwali, people wear new clothes and perform Lakshmi pooja. On the day of Diwali, by evening everyone place Diyas around home and place of business. The lamp is suppose to guide Goddess Laxmi to these places. The doors and windows of your home has to be kept opened to welcome Goddess Laxmi.
This festival is incomplete without distributing sweets and gifts to loved ones. Exchanging gifts, especially dry fruits and sweets between friends and family are quite common on the auspicious day.
Send Green Gifts On This Diwali
This Diwali, you can celebrate in a unique way by gifting various types of green plants by ordering through LivingGifts. On the festival of light gift that contain beauty of nature along with a gift that contains the essence of customs and tradition.
On LivingGifts, you get the options to choose special Diwali Gift Hampers with plants, Diwali gift combos to gift your friends, family and dear ones.
If you are living outside India, choose any of the green gift items on the website and it will be delivered to your dear ones on the same day itself.
Living Gifts delivers gifts 150 cities across India. Along with a green plant, you can also choose other Diwali gift items such as a Puja Thali, chocolates, sweets and mixed dry fruits.
If you want to gift a plant collection in this Diwali, LivingGifts has 3 spiral bamboos, 5 spiral bamboos, Anthurium plant, Feng Shui and flowering plants for you to chose from.