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Diwali New Year Wishes, Diwali Hindu New Year Cards

Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Diwali marks the beginning of Indian hindu new year according to hindu shastra who consider this day to celebrate hindu new year beginning thats why every year along with deepavali wishes, people exchange new year wishes too. So, send these diwali new year wishes to exchange greetings for both the occasions.

Traditional Diwali eCards, Traditional Deepawali Wishes

Indian festival of diwali is associated with lots of traditions and rituals performed during diwali celebrations like lakshmi pujan, rangoli making, lights, fire crackers, sweets, decorations, gifts and other traditional works. The tradition of wishing shubh deepawali is years old when people use to personally visit their dearones home and exchange notes of love and affection but today with the changing World, gifts are send online to save time. View these traditional diwali ecards to send happy diwali wishes along with gift of sweets, flowers, boxes and more.
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Karva Chauth Cards, Karva Chauth Festival, Karva Chauth Greetings

Monday, October 5, 2009

Karva Chauth is an important day for married women in India who observe whole day fast for her husband's well being. Karva Chauth falls nine days before diwali when ladies get up early in morning, bath and eat sargi given by mother-in-law and wear red bangles as a symbol of her love for husband. This is a quite difficult to seek blessings from God by not eating or drinking whole day. In return to this love and strength expressed by wives, husband keep his wife by gifting her lovely gift and breaking her fast in front of moon with a glass of water. You can send your dear wife, any of these karva chauth cards and greetings with personally written quote for her.
Free Karva Chauth Cards
Karva Chauth Greeting Cards

Sikh Diwali Cards, Sikh Diwali Celebration, Diwali at Golden Temple

We are know diwali is a festival of hindus but sikhism enjoy deepavali celebration because of its significance with their sixth guru, Guru Hargobind Ji who was released from prison also called "Bandi Chhorh Diwas". Thats why every year, Golden Temple is decorated with lights, candles and diyas as a tradition and to worship the religious freedom for sikh community. So, exchange these sikh diwali cards with your other sikh friends, families and circle to spread the reference of diwali with sikhism and share diwali wishes. Punjabi language written quotes are written on sikh cards to promote their language too.
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Handmade Diwali Cards, Handmade Deepavali Greetings

This year design your own handmade card to send shubh deepavali wishes to your dear buddies. Enjoy some lovely tips, ideas and guides in the form of handmade diwali cards being displayed below for the convenience of visitors. Card making is a great to express art skills with exquisitely handcrafted collection. Use stones, colors, glitters, moli, buttons, embroidery, sparkles to add designer look to your handmade diwali greeting.

Diwali Thank You Cards, Deepavali Thank You Greetings

Saturday, October 3, 2009

Send your warm thanks for the wishes, gifts, sweets and greetings received from buddies. Exchange these diwali thank you cards to say your thanks for making your diwali festival more enjoyable and light-full. Convey your feelings and gratitude for the blessings showered by dearones by sending your thanks as a return token of your love for them.

Diwali Hindi Cards, Diwali Wishes in Hindi

Diwali is a festival of Hindus in India who celebrate this auspicious day with great fervor and pomp and send their warm deepavali wishes through cards, gifts and greetings. Their wishes are mainly in hindi language with wordings of "Shubh Deepawali", "Diwali ki Shubh Kamnaye", "Diwali Apko Bahot Bahot Mubarak Ho" and other wishes in hindi. You can exchange these diwali hindi card to speak your warm diwali wishes in hindi.

Happy Diwali Greeting Cards, Decorations, Fireworks and Candles

Diwali Cards and Wishes


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