Vijaya Dasami, as it is popularly called, is celebrated
all over India with pomp and gaiety. It is essentially a
festival of victory - victory of good over evil. It
means different things to different people.
fill your loved one's heart with light,
itself evokes memories of tasty sweets,
new cloths and a houseful of guests and
gifts. go ahead and choose special Gifts- and make your
beloved really happy! Dasara
on 14th October 2013.
is the one of the most popular Indian festivals celebrated
all over the world. Diwali is a Sanskrit word derived from
Deepavali, meaning ‘A Row of Lamps’. Light signifies a
radiant welcome to prosperity and materialistic growth
through Goddess Lakshmi and fireworks are believed to scare
away evil spirits. Diwali is very enthusiastically
celebrated for five consecutive days and each day has its
significance with numerous myths, beliefs and legends.