What is Diwali?? It is a festival of light which is not only celebrated in India but worldwide with great pomp and show. Diwali is a Hindu festival celebrated every year in autumn in the northern hemisphere. Being one of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, it spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance and hope over despair. According to Hindu mythology, Lord Ram got victory over Ravan. Celebrations are performed by lighting diyas and candles, by gifting to relatives and friends, by decorating their homes and offices with bandhanwar and rangoli. They are considered auspicious as it signifies showering of good luck and prosperity on the house and the family.
On Diwali night people dress up in new clothes, or the best outfit to participate in family puja typically to Goddess Lakshmi – the goddess of fertility and prosperity. Deepawali also marks the major shopping period in the nations in which it is celebrated. As two Days earlier from Diwali, that is, Dhanteras people use to exchange gifts from their family and friends. Women and girls use to wear the traditional Indian clothes like sarees and lehengas to get the more spiritual feelings. To have a check on the most beautiful collection on ethnic wear, As the festival ends with bhaidooj, two days after Diwali.