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Diwali, one of the most celebrated festivals in India, revolves around religious rituals, getting together with friends and family and exchanging gifts.

Diwali Gifts

Diwali, popularly known as the festival of lights, falls on the no moon night of the month of Kartik. Associated with many legends, Diwali has many significant religious rituals associated with it. Diwali is celebrated by not only by Hindus but also by Jains and Buddhists all over the world. Jains believe that the Tirthankar Mahaveer attained salvation (moksha) on this day while Buddhists believe that it was on this day that great emperor Asoka embraced Buddhism. For Hindus, Diwali is highly significant festival as it is associated with many Hindu Gods. Legend has it that it was on this day that Lord Rama returned to his kingdom Ayodhya after killing the demon Ravana. The people of Ayodhya celebrated the much-awaited return of Lord Rama by decorating the city with lighted lamps. Another legend says that it was on this day that the demon king Narakasura was killed by Satyabhama (Lord Krishna's wife) with the divine intervention of Lord Krishna. Some parts of India celebrate Diwali in relation to the Vamana incarnation of Lord Vishnu to push king Mahabali down to Patal Lok (netherworld). Whatever is the legend, all of them equally signify the victory of good over bad. The lamps lighted on Diwali, which is an important tradition followed on this day, has many connotations associated with it. It signifies the domination of light over darkness, elimination of ignorance by acquiring knowledge and the victory of good over evil. Bursting crackers is another important practice, which is done to drive the evil spirits away.

Whatever the legends says, whatever traditions you follow, the most important thing that makes Diwali special is the 'Milan' or the get-togethers. Nothing is more exciting than getting together with friends and families. Thus, Diwali is the perfect time to express your love care and emotions for your loved ones. The best way to express your feelings is to offer some wonderful gifts. Thoughtfully selected gifts are more expressive than words and they can express your emotions and feelings quite well. So now, stop searching for words to express those beautiful emotions and start looking for wonderful gifts. If you are not sure what to gift, we are here to help you out. Find interesting suggestions and gift ideas from this section and be ready to make this Diwali the most wonderful one.