Saturday, October 27th

Diwali: Lights, Color, Action!

Diwali, the Festival of Lights, is the best known holiday on the Hindu calendar (and it’s observed by Sikhs, Jains, and some Buddhists, too). A five day celebration of light’s victory over darkness, the festival is bright and colorful,  popular with children and adults, and filled with fireworks, sweets, gifts, and other treats. This year (2012) Diwali begins on November 13.

“Regardless of the mythological explanation one prefers, what the festival of lights really stands for today is a reaffirmation of hope, a renewed commitment to friendship and goodwill, and a religiously sanctioned celebration of the simple – and some not so simple – joys of life.”
Time s of India, 2010

Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity, is honored by many Indians during Diwali, as well as Ganesha, the elephant headed god of wisdom and success.

Sending Diwali greeting cards to friends and family, as well as customers, employees, and business associates, has become a popular way to wish joy and prosperity to others. Greeting Card Universe offers more than 400 traditional and nontraditional designs including Photo Cards to help you spread the love and  make your holiday as colorful as Indian spices!

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3 Responses to “Diwali: Lights, Color, Action!”

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  2. Juliana says:

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  3. Diwali is my favorite festival. I love it always. Lights and happiness all around looks so good. Thanks for the post. This post is very enlightening.

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