Time to clean and decorate your house from top to bottom, buy bucket loads of sweets, light your candles and gather your family together to celebrate and give thanks for a good old victory of good over evil.
Traditionally a Hindu festival, but thanks to our wonderfully diverse cultural country, you don't have to be of any religious persuasion to join in with the general gist of the celebration. Just like we celebrate the birth of our physical body, Diwali is the time set aside to bring families together to celebrate the birth and awareness of our inner light - hence the name, Festival of Lights and the reason why we decorate our homes with candles and lanterns.
While we don't currently have any specific Diwali greeting cards, we do have a whole host of greeting cards which would be suitable to send to your loved ones on this festival and they're all blank inside so you can write your own message inside.
Happy Diwali everyone!
Posted: November 19 / 2012Festival of Lights...