Diwali is one of the most celebrated festivals in India. Not only among the Hindus does it find its place, but people from other cultures too celebrate it with equal joy and gaiety. The festival of lights is marked with shopping new clothes and cleaning home at its initial stage. The day of Diwali is celebrated with wearing new clothes & jewelleries while making the entrance of your home decorate with colourful chalk or flower rangolis followed by the Lakshmi Puja and distribution of sweets along with prasad afterwards.
Diwali is a favourite festival to all and every Indian loves to celebrate it with their family and friends. While you take care of all the preparations at home, you must not forget about your distant relatives. Diwali is also the time to wish everybody, starting from your old friends, new friends, school friends, colleagues and chachas, chachis, cousins to all your high school teachers and college professors. Show them love and respect by sending gifts for Diwali. Sending gifts are not only a custom, but also symbolise a token of remembrance. Think of the moment when your old school teacher receives a Diwali gift from her best student. She would surely have a teary eye with great feeling of gratitude.
Often your near ones stay so far that they cannot be reached in physical being. Send online gift for Diwali to those close ones who stay away in the overseas land. Make them feel loved with latest Diwali gifts ideas!