Diwali 2022- A Celebration Of Happiness And Prosperity!

The festival of lights- Diwali is one of the biggest festivals celebrated across India, mainly by Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains around the worldThe festival of Diwali is the ultimate victory of good over evil. It is an auspicious occasion and people love to celebrate with their family and friends. Diwali is one of the major Indian festivals that connect people from every part of the country and fills everyone’s hearts with feelings of joy, happiness, and compassion. People decorate their doorways with colorful rangoli to welcome goddess Laxmi—the goddess of wealth. Earthen lamps(Diyas), hanging lamps, decorative lights, and fairy lights are used to decorate their homes and offices.

The word ‘Diwali’ comes from the Sanskrit word ‘Deepavali’, where ‘Deepa’ means ‘light’ and ‘vali’ means ‘row’-a row of lights. The people of Ayodhya first lit diyas to welcome King Rama after defeating Demon King Ravana. Diwali is celebrated every year as per the Hindu lunar calendar between mid-October and mid-November, right around the harvest season.

The importance of a five-day festival-

Usually, a 5-day festival takes place on the night of the new moon day or Amavasya, which has its own significance.


Diwali begins with the first day, known as Dhanteras, which sets the mood for Diwali celebrations. People worship Goddess Lakshmi for their well-being and wealth, and there is a custom to purchase something precious.

Naraka Chaturdashi or Choti Diwali-

This day is celebrated as the day when Lord Krishna killed the ferocious demon Narakasura, who had kidnapped more than 16 thousand women, who were freed by Lord Krishna. On this day, people keep their houses clean and use aromatic oils to keep vibrations uplifted.

Lakshmi Puja-

The third day is the main Diwali festival, and it is believed that Goddess Lakshmi enters homes and blesses people with good fortune. Diyas, candles, and electric/fairy lights are used to decorate the house.

Govardhan Pooja or Padva-

The fourth day is celebrated as Govardhan Puja or Padva. On this day Lord Krishna defeated Indra by lifting the giant Govardhan Mountain. People make a small hillock or mound, usually of cow dung, symbolizing Govardhan and worship it.

Bhai Dooj-

The last day is Bhai Dooj. On this day, sisters apply tilak on the foreheads of their brothers and pray for their long and happy life while the brothers give gifts to their sisters.


Let’s have a look at some outfit inspirations to glam up your festive look-


Nothing can be better than a saree, as it is the most expressive form of femininity and fashion. Be it silk sarees or designer organza sarees, they make you look gorgeous and exude the right amount of elegance. Try different draping styles, and add accessories to raise your style bar.

Salwar Kameez-

Salwar Kameez is a versatile outfit known for its style and comfort and always be a wardrobe staple for us. It accentuates your curves. With evolving fashion, designers from across the globe have come up with various modifications to keep up with the trend and cater to the popular demand. So, this Diwali, pick an elegant salwar kameez and pair it with big jhumkas and embellished clutches.


A lehenga is a stunning Indian outfit that gives you the most glamorous and sexiest look. Try styling your lehenga in many different ways to make it look more appealing. Here are some trendy styling tips for you-

Pair your lehenga skirt with different styles of blouses.

Style your outfit with a heavy dupatta.

Pair your heavily embellished blouses with a simple lehenga skirt.

Add crop tops to add fun to your look.

You can go for a classic white shirt with a lehenga skirt.

Add a jacket or cape for a trendy look.


So, if you are looking for trendy and elegant outfits, then choose Samyakk as the best ethnic wear brand that provides you with traditional to contemporary styles in the best hues, fabrics, and embellishments. They offer you worldwide free shipping with safe payment modes. You can also shop online at www.samyakk.com. So, hurry up Ladies, and grab the best outfit for you to rock this Diwali.

Happy Diwali & Happy Shopping!


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