On the occasion of Deepavali people
consider it a must to give Diwali greetings to loved ones and share the joys
of the festival. For most people Diwali is the time for annual family
reunion so they wait anxiously for the festival all the year. There is
irresistible desire to be back home on festival to share a warm Diwali hug
and sweets with dear ones.
Diwali Greeting with Gifts
Gifts are widely used to greet Diwali to loved ones so much so that Diwali
has emerged as the biggest gift giving festival in India. Exchange of gifts
on Diwali is considered to be an effective means of strengthening
relationship with friends and relatives. Corporate India too, harps on this
idea and greets its employees and patrons with a thoughtful Diwali gift to
develop harmonious relationship.
In Hindu households it is customary for the elders in the family to pamper
loved ones with Diwali gifts. Children usually get a gift of toys,
chocolates, clothes or cash from their elders. Sweets, dry fruits, puja
thalis and silver gifts are traditional and popular gift of Diwali. Gifts
are usually exchanged on the eve of Diwali or Diwali evening when people
leave home to wish dear ones A Very Happy Diwali.
Traditionally gifts are sent by post or courier to loved ones staying away
in far off cities. However, in this jet fast technology advanced age the
smart way to send gifts is to send them through a click of the mouse from
the comfort of homes! Various online Diwali shopping
people a wide range of gift options to choose from and also the facility to
deliver gifts anywhere in the world. No wonder, E-Shopping witnesses a boom
Diwali Greeting Cards
Exchange of Diwali Cards is a wonderful and widely practiced form of
greeting Diwali wishes to near and dear ones. Cards on Diwali come in huge
variety. Most often Diwali cards come with the image of Goddess Lakshmi and
Ganesha. Traditional earthen diya is also widely used as a symbol of Diwali.
Cards on Diwali also contain in them greetings for the New Year this is
because for Hindus Diwali festival marks the beginning of New Year. These
days as more and more people are getting hooked to Internet exchange of
Diwali E-Cards has become a norm. Use of Java and Flash has made Diwali
e-cards quite attractive and popular.
Diwali Greeting Messages
Here are some popular Diwali Greeting messages in Hindi and English. Diwali
greeting messages also include New Year wishes as Hindus regard Diwali as
the beginning of New Year. You may use these messages to greet loved ones on
Diwali or quote them in Diwali Cards.
- Shubh Deepavali
- Diwali avum Nav Varsh ki dheron Shubhkamnayein
- Best Wishes for Diwali
- Wish you a Bright and Prosperous Diwali and a Wonderful Year