Diwali and Lanterns

Diwali Lanterns

Lanterns and Aakash Kandils form an essential part of Diwali celebrations across Maharashtra. In Maharashtra, Diwali is celebrated in a way that is much different from the way it is done in Northern India.  Aakash kandil is a type of lantern that can be bought readymade or can be made at home. Most of the people love making them at home. People hang lanterns and kandils … Continue reading

Diwali – Crackers and Diya/Candles

Diwali

Diwali is a wonderful festival that represents lights, colors, happiness and prosperity. This day has been celebrated since centuries as the day when King Ram came back to ayodhya after an exile of 14 years. People celebrated his return with candles, diyas and crackers. Sweets were distributed throughout ayodhya and since then people have been practicing the same ritual. Crackers, diyas and candles form an essential part of Diwali, … Continue reading

Dry Fruit and Fruit Shakes – Banana Almond and Chikoo Dryfruit

Milkshakes are a healthier alternative to the store bought sugar laden artificial drinks, plus they are fun to make. In this hot season, anyone will love to have; a glass of this delicious milk shakes at their home. These milk shakes are healthy as well as refreshing and provide us with some essential minerals. Given below are the recipes for these refreshing drinks.

Almond Banana Milk Shake

Banana almond milk shake: this milkshake is extremely popular due to its unique taste; it also works as a perfect and filling breakfast. This … Continue reading

Choose your Diwali gifts at Quality Bazaar!

Festival of Diwali is a wonderful festival that is celebrated with great zeal and enthusiasm in our country. With passage of time, people have become more concerned about gifts and items they will exchange with their relatives. Today it’s no longer necessary to choose sweets and other ordinary items as gifts. Quality bazaar has introduced an extraordinary range of gifts and dry fruit assorted chocolates for your friends. The items are attractive can be given as a gift to people of all ages.

Diwali Gift

With so many options available in the market, … Continue reading

Diwali Celebration in QB Style

Diwali is around the corner, and market seems to be flooded with gifts, sweets and variety of display items that one can buy for himself or to gift to friends, relatives and colleagues. This festival of light brings happiness and an occasion to meet your extended family, relatives and friends. Sweets available in the market are made in bulk and most of the time the material and ingredients used to make these products is inferior so that shopkeepers can earn more profit by selling them.

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Diwali – The Indian Festival

India Diwali Night

Diwali is among the most widely celebrated festival in our country. Diwali as a festival projects the glorious and rich past of our country. Every year, the night of Diwali reverberates with sound of firecrackers being used by Indians to celebrate their favorite festival. Houses are decorated; sweets distributed, and thousands of earthen lamps are lit for the celebration. Of the numerous festivals celebrated across our country. Diwali is the most important and glamorous one. It is enthusiastically enjoyed by people of almost every religion, thus creating an atmosphere … Continue reading

Diwali: Rangoli and Sweets

Rangoli

Diwali traditionally known as Deepavali is a festival of lights and is the biggest festival celebrated in India. It is a festival often associated with earthen lamps and firecrackers. Apart from them, Diwali is also known for the sweets and rangoli’s made in the Indian households during this time. Each Indian region has its own variety of sweets specifically made for the festival.

Regardless of the region sweets are … Continue reading

Importance of Diyas on Diwali

Diwali Diya

 

Diwali is known as the festival of lights. The diyas lit around the country on this festival signifies spreading love where there is hatred, bringing joy and attaining knowledge when there is ignorance. In the Hindu tradition darkness signifies evil while light signifies the goodness.

 

 

During this festival, almost every home is lit up with candles, oil lamps and candles. Traditionally, people used earthen lamps complete with some oil and a wick. With the passage of time, earthen lamps were replaced by candles both fragrant and non-scented. Furthermore, electric … Continue reading