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Diwali or Deepavali is also known as the "Festival of Light," where the lights or lamps signify victory of good over the evil within every human being.  The festival marks the uplifting of spiritual darkness.  Symbolically, it marks the homecoming of goodwill and faith after an absence, as suggested by the story of Ramayana.  This Diwali send Gifts to India to your loved ones like CakesChocolatesPerfumesWatches and Gift Hampers through SendIndiaGifts.com and make their festival a joyous one.

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Some of the Theories associated with celebration of Diwali all over India are-

      According to one theory Diwali may have originated as a harvest festival, marking the last harvest of the year before winter.  In an agrarian society this results in businessmen closing accounts, and beginning a new accounting year.  The deity of wealth in Hinduism, goddess Lakshmi is therefore thanked on this day and everyone prays for a good year ahead. This is the common factor in Diwali celebrations all over the Indian subcontinent.

  1. Return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya: Diwali also celebrates the return of Lord Rama, King of Ayodhya, with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana to Ayodhya after a 14 year exile, and a war in which he killed the demon king Ravana.  It is believed that the people of Ayodhya lit oil lamps along the way to light their path in the darkness.  Since Lord Rama traveled from South India to his kingdom in North India, he passed through the south earlier.  This is the reason why the festival is celebrated a day earlier in South India. In North India, the festival is held on the final day of the Vikram calendar.  The following day marks the beginning of the North Indian New Year, and is called Annakut.
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