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Festivities are here again and its Diwali season. We all are geared up to celebrate with lights, laughter and love on the most beloved festivals of India. While we all are busy cleaning our houses, decorations and making delicacies, one thing that doesn’t get covered is the Diwali shopping list.
Dhanteras, also known as Dhanatrayodashi, marks a sacred beginning to Diwali celebrations across the country. Lord Kuber and Goddess Lakshmi are worshipped as idols of wealth and prosperity during these days to bring luck and abundance into our lives.
Spiritual jewellery is a multi-faceted concept in a religious and culturally diversified country like ours. While it has been an age-old tradition for men and women to wear religious or sacred pendants, the purpose has varied in different regions and cultures. Most commonly, pendants were worn to ward off evil forces or energies. In India, such pendants were believed to prevent ‘evil eye’ and were considered a symbol of good fortune.
Gifting is an age old practice that establishes a bond of care and appreciation between two individuals or entities by creating a deep sense of positivity that strengthens a relationship.
An auspicious beginning to months of celebrations, the festival of Navratri starting today venerates Goddess Durga, each of the nine days dedicated in devotion to her various avatars like Mardini, Mahakali, Mahasaraswati, Mahalaya etc.
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