Diwali Puja is done not only in families but also in offices. Diwali Puja is the significant day for the most traditional Hindu businessmen. On this day, ink bottle, pens and new account books are worshipped. Ink bottle and pen, which are called Davat (दावात) and Lekhani (लेखनी) respectively, are sanctified by worshipping Goddess Maha Kali on them. New account books, which are calledBahiKhate (बही-खाते), are sanctified by worshipping Goddess Saraswati on them.The most auspicious time to do Diwali Puja is after sunset. The time period after sunset is known as Pradosh. The day of Diwali Puja is decided when Amavasya Tithi prevails during Pradosh. Hence no other Diwali Puja Muhurat is as good as Puja Muhurat during Pradosh even if it is available for one Ghati (approximately 24 minutes).
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Happy Diwali Greeting cards and wishes: Diwali / Devali / Deepavali is a festival celebrated in India by decorating their houses with clay diyas and beautiful rangolis in front of the house. This year Diwali is celebrated on Nov 10th in South India and Nov 11th in North India. Diwali is more like a get together of families, elaborate feasts with mithais, bursting of colourful crackers and so on. It's a fun filled day, so lets make this diwali even more fun by sending these diwali wishes greeting cards to your friends and loved ones. You can find beautiful diyas in diwali greetings card designs which are sure to light up your homes and lives. In this post we have added 60 Beautiful Diwali Greeting cards and Happy Diwali Wishes for your making your Diwali into a fun filled one.
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Diwali is a fabulous festival and is all about fireworks, sweets and fun and frolic. Send wonderful Diwali greeting cards, wishes, messages, quotes and images to your loved ones to make their festival more memorable. These lovely Diwali cards would surely add excitement to your near and dear ones' festival.