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Diwali or Deepawali is one of the best Indian festivals. It is also called as the festival of lights basically a symbol of victory of good over evil,brightness over darkness and truth over falsity.The Diwali festival is celebrated in the thick new-moon (Amavasya) but seems like a full-moon night (Purnima) because of the effulgent light of numer of diyas. These Diyas make Diwali the festival of light and Diyas also symbolised the supremacy and consequence of brighteen over darkness. Diya can be defined as a small earthen lamp that is specially lit on Diwali for Pujan or decoration purposes. A cotton wick is used i diyas along with oil or ghee serves as the burning fuel.There are different types of Diyas are appropriate for different festivals in India.Diyas are a part of Diwali custom and will always remain a significant part of the festival. The various forms and shapes of Diwali Diyas are like; Diwali Lamps Gifts, Red Diyas, Wax Diyas, Swastika Diyas, Terracotta Diyas, Ethnic Diyas, Makhhan Diyas, A set of Seven Diyas, A set of five Diyas and many more.
As the festival season approches near, markets get flooded with various types of gifts, decorative pooja thalis, decorative narial, decorative diyas and home decorative gifts. The designer and crafted diyas are one of the big attraction in Diwali gift market. Diwali celebrations are incomplete and graceless without diyas.
Diwali Sweets & Mithai:
Diwali is a time for pampering you, your family, your friends with delicious and tradiational indian mouthwatering sweets and mithai like, kaju burfi, kaju roll, pedas, laddoo, gujjiya..etc. On Deepawali people wear new clothes and share gifts and sweets with their friends, family, neighbour. Now a days, Diwali has also become " the festival of sweets " and exchange sweets has become a part of the tradition. Some of the popular Diwali Mithai are like: Diwali Kaju Burfi-(made of milk and sugar,garnished with cardamom and pistachios), Diwali Jalebi- (made of sugar and besan), Ras Malai-(made of homemade of curd cheese served in a sweetened cream), Diwali Kajukatli, Diwali Peda ( Peda is very popular in Agra), Diwali Gulab Jamun, Diwali Rasgulla (The best and popular sweet in Kolkata, west bengal)
Diwali Dry Fruits:
Diwali Pooja Thali: (importance of Diwali Pooja Thali for Deepavali Celebrations)
Deepavali is the most celebrated festival in India. Many of the non resident Indians return their homes on this day, while many others who can't pay a personal visit to their homes celebrate it remotely by sending Diwali Gifts, Diwali Sweets or Diwali Pooja Thali to India.
Generally Diwali Pooja Thali contains Diyas,some sweets,some dry fruits and some auspicious pooja elements for worship such as coconut, roli, chalwa, flowers, water pot etc. All you need to buy is some fresh and pure Diwali sweets and some diyas from the Diwali market, rest everything is generally available in house. You can even buy a complete Deepavali Pooja Thali online from floralmall.in one of the best online flowers and gifting portal in India. At floralmall.in you can buy pooja thali along with Diwali sweets, Diwali Chocolates, Diwali Greetings Card etc.
Diwali Lakshmi Ganesha Puja:
Lakshmi is the goddess of wealth and prosperity. The word "Lakshmi" derived from the sanskrit word Laksme, meraning Goal. Goddess Lakshmi is also called as "Shri" the female of the supreme being. She is worshipped for promotion,success and personal virtues.On Diwali festival, Goddess Lakshmi is always worshipped with Lord Ganesha. Diwali is a festival of wealth, prosperity, luxury. Lakshmi is the Goddess of wealth, it is well known that money is a waste without wisdom. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped of wealth and Lord Ganesha for wisdom. Lord Ganesha is called as the symbol of purity. He is worshipped to get happiness and peace in life. Hence,lord ganesha is worshipped before any auspicious work,pooja or any auspicious family functions.