A beautiful home is the abode of God. Being a member of the household it is your job to bring beauty and glory to add to the honour of your family. When the word ‘family’ is used, the reference is of course not restricted to mean the immediate members who reside in the same house with you. It also includes extended members of your family or even sons or daughters who live abroad. Staying far away from them must get you worried sick assuming their well-being is one of your chief concerns. One way of reducing your stress and ensuring that your loved ones are content and safe is to buy framed gifts. Continue reading Golden Frames to Adorn the Walls of Your Loved Ones
There are few festivals that are as splendid as Diwali. Often Diwali brings back fond memories of our childhood, of mothers and grandmothers looking super busy and gorgeous in their finery, fathers and grandfathers wearing a different aura around them, the night sky alight with fire crackers and the children of the house and neighbourhood bursting crackers weeks before the festival. Diwali also reminds us of all the gorgeous diwali gifts we received as gifting is so integral to Diwali. Continue reading Diwali Gifts For The Brightest Ones in Your Life – Your Friends!
It’s that time of the year when the festivities have begun, Navratras have started, the Ravan will be burnt soon on Dussehra Day and a very famous festival is right around the corner. The festival which the whole world is now aware of – thanks to the emphasis it has got in the Bollywood movies and is probably the most glamorous festival in India. You guessed well – it’s none other than the very famous, romantic, romanticized festival that has all the elements of glamour, customs, mehendi, songs, gifts and socializing – it is indeed the Karwa Chauth!! Continue reading Special Karwa Chauth Gifts Ideas from Diviniti
Navratri, an important Hindu festival is celebrated throughout India with much fervor. The word Navratri means 9 nights and Signifies the 9 Nights and 10 days of Celebrations, prayers, dances and fasting.
In North India Navaratri is celebrated by worshipping the idols of Goddess Durga, in West Bengal decorative ‘pandals’ are set up and people visit these pandals to worship the Goddess. In Gujarat, the nine nights of the navratri are celebrated with a traditional dance form called ‘garba’ which is performed on all the nine nights of celebration. The famous “Dandiya” dance is synonymous with Navratri in many parts of the country. Navaratri in southern states of India is celebrated with the Golu decoration, which is the artistic display of dolls on tiers or steps made of wood or steel. The nine steps represent the nine days of Navratri. Continue reading Amazing Gift Ideas For This Auspicious Festival of Navratri