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Today we are celebrating Diwali in India and would like to join us in these celebrations. Best wishes for Diwali to all of you.
I have some ideas for creating hubs on Diwali and Christmas for everyone.
1. Significance of Diwali.
2. Where to shop for your Diwali celebrations?
3. How to make rangoli for your Deepawali decorations?
4. Where to buy unique decorative items for Diwali and Christmas celebrations.
5. Safety precautions for burning crackers on Diwali and Christmas.
6. Cute affordable inexpensive gift items for Diwali and New Year.
I have also asked these questions in the hubpages question section so that it is easier for you all to make a hub on them.
Thanks a lot ShinuJohn. May Goddess Lakshmi fill your home with health and wealth on this auspicious day.
Here is the link to my latest question:
http://hubpages.com/question/23910/cute … d-new-year
Hi Soni2006 and Shinujohn2008, I look forward to learning lots more about Diwali.
HAPPY DIWALI ! thank you for the reminder. I have some indian friends in the U.K.. I'll e-mail them ! Cheers !
Thanks a lot to all of you friends. We enjoyed a lot yesterday on this auspicious occasion, especially my 2-year-old daughter Shronika was really surprised and happy to see the fireworks and all the rituals.
Belated Happy Diwali Wishes to you all, We were planning since all week long for the celebration. It came and left so fast. My kiddo loved the fireworks too Soni so I can relate to what you have to say.
Hi, Lady_E, I invite you to India at my home to taste the food and enjoy our celebrations. It's my birthday on October 22nd 2009. Come to our place and enjoy with us. I would highly appreciate if you do that. Sometimes, Diwali comes on the day of my birthday so on that day of the year, there is a double celebration for us. I wish you good luck always. Keep writing.
So Soniji you had a Forum Post on Diwali. Lady E wished me 'Happy Diwali' and I was wondering how she knew about it. It's too late now to post a Diwali Hub. So I would think of one of the subjects you mentioned next year.
Anyways, My Diwali Hub of last year is getting loads of traffic even today.
http://hubpages.com/hub/Deepawali---Ind … -of-Lights
Belated Diwali to all! (Better late than Never)
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