Bhai Dooj celebrates the beautiful relation of brother and sister when teeka ceremony is performed by sisters who put an auspicious red tilak on their brother's forehead to mark their love and union along with prayers for happiness of their brother. In return to this, brothers present gifts, sweets or money to their sisters. There are various names for bhaiya dooj as bhaubeej, bhai bij, bhai-phota, bhav bij among various cultures and states of India like Goa, Maharashtra, Bengal, Karnataka and few more. So, this year celebrate bhai dooj on 19 October 2009, Monday with great devotion and love to celebrate Indian tradition and rituals. Exchange these bhai dooj cards and greetings to share wishes, happiness and joy.
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Tuesday, October 13, 2009
Diwali is not only a festival of hindu but sikh religion also participate in the diwali celebration because the legend of Guru Hargobind is associated with deepawali. So, share these sikh diwali cards and greetings to promote sikhism and their diwali celebration. Every year on diwali day, people visit gurudwaras and their holy place golden place and worship their gurus by lighting candles and diyas.
Archies is a famous brand in India in the market of cards and greeting cards to exchange wishes of occassions and festivals. Every year, it comes with latest collection of diwali special in the form of gifts, statues, greeting cards, hangings and other stuff. Here, you can surf archies diwali cards to exchange your shubh deepavali wishes and greetings for free.
Sunday, October 4, 2009
Karwa Chauth is a festival of females in India who observe fast for whole day with no water and food to pray god for her husband's long life. Unmarried girls keep karva chauth fast to get a nice and good husband. This day is celebrated by ladies in a very colorful way when they dressed up beautifully, applied mehandi in hands, worn fresh bangles and other rituals to seek longevity of their husbands. So, husbands are gift these karwa chauth cards and greetings to give thanks to their wives for being so concerned with him and doing such hard things.
Diwali is a time for fun and entertainment for little kids and children who enjoy activities to participate in deepavali preparations of decorations, packing, cleaning, shopping and other tasks. One of their delightfull work is to design their own hand-colored pages based on various themes of diwali like rangoli, diyas, candles, fireworks and other art. Watch out these diwali coloring pages to have idea about what to design this time and how to color it beautifully. These coloring cards could be downloaded for free.
Express your feelings of happiness, cheer and faith in god by lighting diyas, lamps and candles and offering special puja at the temple to ask for blessings. Give a warm welcome note to people coming over your work system by placing these happy diwali wallpaper giving wishes for shubh deepavali. Put these lighted diyas on the entrance.
Maa Laxmi is worshipped during Diwali festival because she is the goddess of wealth who shower her blessings on the diwali night when everyone prays her to bestow them with good luck, money and happiness. Special aarti and puja are conducted to keep her happy and give warm welcome. Not only aarti but decorations, pooja samagri, rangoli add value to the lakshmi mata ji ki aarti. View these Maa Lakshmi aarti cards and pictures to keep them along with during deepavali celebrations and recite them while praying. Devotionals songs are also played to create the feel and environment of devotion among people present during the diwali pooja.
Hallmark is a famous brand in cards and greetings market which offers pleasant and beautifully written cards to send warm wishes. Here, we are presenting some exclusive hallmark diwali cards to send shubh deepawali wishes along with lighted diyas to bring light in their life. So, share these free greeting cards for the coming festival of lights.