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Diwali Greetings & Free ecard websites list

Diwali (Celebrated this year on November 9′ 2007)

Diwali or Deepavali in Sanskrit suggests “a row of lamps” and fireworks have become a foremost component of Diwali revelry.Diwali is to India what Christmas is to the US.Commonly known as the “Festival of Lights,” symbolizes the victory of good over evil, and lamps are lit as a sign of celebration and hope for mankind. Diwali falls on the day of ‘Amavasyaa’ usually in the month of October or November and comes exactly twenty days after Dussehra.Diwali is not only a festival of celebrations such as lightings, crackers, social gatherings to exchange greetings and sharing sweets with your loved ones but it is also a festival that is filled with spiritualism and religious activities such as worship of Goddess Lakshmi, worship of Lord Ganesha, worship of Mother Kali, worship of Lord Chitragupta and worship of Govardhan Parvat.Diwali festival is formally called Deepavali in South India.

Fireworks

Diwali is not diwali if there are no firecrackers.Fireworks are a part of many festivals and celebrations across the globe, and at the Diwali festival in India, fireworks echo across the vast nation for five days and nights. Diwali is marked by feasts, blasts of fun and fireworks.Each year a number of people across the country suffers burns, loss of eyesight, burst eardrums and other minor or serious injuries sometimes even leading to death, and also property is damaged because of fireworks. Here are some ‘do’s and don’ts ‘ of fireworks safety: Do’s Always keep an adult by the side to supervise the use of all fireworks. Check the area before igniting fireworks to be sure all flammable and combustible materials are removed.Follow all safety precautions issued with the fireworks.India urbanisation to curb both pollution from firecrackers and their expense, housing societies have a community display of fireworks which everyone watches.

Diwali greetings in Indian regional languages

Tamil – Deepavali Nal Vazhthukal!
Marathi – Diwalichya Shubhechha!
Telugu – Deepavali Subhakankshalu!
Bengali – Shubho Deepabali!

List of websites to send free Diwali greeting cards over internet:

-> Regional Diwali greeting ecards

-> Yahoo Diwali ecards
Choose from a selection of 126 e-cards for Diwali at Yahoo! India

-> eGreetings
The official egreeetings site of India that provides beautiful free ecards made available by the Government of India portal.

->Holiday spot

->diwali-greetings

->Greet2k

->DGreetings

->Diwali festival collection sites

http://www.diwali-cards.com/ – Diwali eCards, Diwali Greetings

Deepavali-Cards.com – Diwali Greetings and Ecards from Deepavali-Cards.com

Diwali Greetings – Religion Greeting Cards from ecard4all.com

http://www.diwali-ecards.com/


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Posted By: Kalyan | Date: November 4, 2007 | Categories: OtherNews
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4 Responses to Diwali Greetings & Free ecard websites list

  1. Anonymous says:

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    Today’s the ‘Festival of Lights’ all o’er;A joyful day
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    And most of them are richly clad and clean,And eat such dainty foods and sweets with mirth;Whilst noisy crackers burst,
    their lights are seen,It seems to be a happy day on Earth!But are there not hearts woe-filled, very sad?Denied of laughter,
    smiles for days;Today’s the triumph of Good over bad;
    But what about the wastage in much ways?

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  3. sanjaykattimani says:

    People in India celebrate Deepavali or also called diwali with lots of enthusiasm and hapiness. It is also known as Festival of Lights and is one of the most popular,bright and eagerly awaited festival in India. It is ususally celebrated in October/November month, Diwali celebrates the victory of good over evil and the glory of lights. Diwali is celebrated for 5 cosecutive days. Gifts and sweets are exchanged among near and dear ones. Send Kannada greetings to all your loved ones from our site http://www.kannada-greetings.com

    Thanks.

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