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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Dhanteras 2009 Date, Dhanteras Celebration, Dhanteras Festival

Dhanteras is popularly known as the first day of Diwali and it is the day chosen by many people to make investments in gold or silver. Dhanteras 2009 date is October 15. It is observed two days before Diwali and falls on the thirteenth day of the dark fortnight of Kartik Month. In Gujarat, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra, the same period is the thirteenth day of Ashwina month.

Dhanvantari Jayanti, Dhantrayodashi and Yamdeepdan are also observed on the day.

A new utensil or gold or silver is bought for the house on the Dhanteras day. Some people also make it a point to make an investment on the day as it is believed that investments made on this day will appreciate.

Most people also wait for the day to purchase and give away Diwali gifts. Read more!

Marathi Diwali SMS, Marathi Diwali Text Messages

Sakali hastes
Dupari hastes
Sandhyakali hastes
Ratri hastes
Gharat hastes
Rastyat hastes
Yetana baghun hastes
Jatana baghun hastes
Tila kay vaatte
Tu ektich dat ghastes ?

Jevha tula aagdi ekta vaatel
Najre samor dhuka vaatel
Aaspaas konich disnar naahi
Saagle jaag andhuk houn jail
Tevha tu majhya kade ye
Me tula
Dolyanchya doctor kade gheun jain

Me phule magitli
Tu mala pushpaguchya dilas
Me dagad magitla
Tu mala sundar murti dilis
Me morpis magitle
Tu mala mor dilas
bahiri aahes ki kay ?

When i call you..
1. Ringing means i m thinking u.
2. Ringing means i like u.
3. Ringing means i miss u.
4. Ringing means i need u.
5. Ringing means behray phone uchal

lal pivli kombadi
tiche tiche karde karde pai
barech divas jale tumcha sms yet nay
tumhala bird flue zale ki kay ? Read more!

Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Diwali Food, Diwali Recipes, Free Recipes for Diwali

Diwali Food, Diwali Recipe

Gujia is a favorite festival sweet prepared at the time of almost all the grand festivals in almost all parts of north India. Though gujias are known to be prepared during the time of holi but nowadays gujias are prepared during the time of Diwali also. These gujias differ from region to region particularly in the sense of the filling in the gujias like in Uttar Pradesh, the fillin of the gujias are made with khoya while in Goa this filling is made with shredded coconut and nuts. Here is the recipe for the Gujia in simple steps and language just for you.


250 grams of flour
500 grams of Khoya
Few Raisins
100 grams of Almonds
3 tablespoon of cooking oil
100 ml of water
250 grams of sugar


Mix the oil and flour properly to form a binding consistency of breadcrumbs. Add some water and knead lightly the entire mixture. Make it soft dough and set it aside with a damp cloth covering it. Fry the khoya in cooking oil till it becomes light brown and then mix the sugar in it properly. Add the almonds and raisins, and fry for a few more minutes. Remove from fire and let it cool. Make small thick chapattis out of that kneaded dough. Fill half of the chapatti with the khoya mixture and, rolling it, seal the sides of the chapatti keeping the khoya inside it. Make the sealing look decorated by giving a look of hemming. Deep-fry these gujias until it becomes light golden brown, keeping the flame at low. Take out the gujias on a paper napkin and let the oil get soaked.


Kheer is the most common dessert among the Indians prepared at the time of all the major festivals and celebrations. Kheer can be made with either rice or vermicelli and the essential ingredients of kheer are supposed to be milk and sugar. Kheer is one such pudding, which is fairly easy and quick to prepare and many kheer recipes have evolved according to the regional preferences. Well, we here provide you with the most common way of preparing kheer, which not only lets you prepare the yummiest Kheer but also saves a lot of your time.

(Serves 4-5)


1 liter of milk
200 grams of Rice (Soak the rice for ½ an hour before cooking)
Finely chopped Cashew nuts
4-5 pieces of Cardamom
Few Raisins


Put the milk in a pan and let it boil for a few minutes. Keep the flame at low. Stir the milk continuously until it becomes a little thick. Next put some sugar in the milk and stir it continuously until the sugar melts in the milk. When the milk is ready, put the rice in it and let it boil for some time, while stirring it at intervals. When the rice is cooked, garnish it with chopped cashew nuts, cardamoms and raisins. Read more!

Diwali Gift Ideas, Diwali Decorations, Diwali Gifts

Here are some fabulous gift ideas for this Diwali.

Designer Diwali Diyas

Diwali Gifts

Diwali Gift Ideas

Subh Dipavali Thali

Diwali Decorations

Here are some more sites where you would find lots of Diwali Gift Ideas and other goodies.

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Saturday, October 3, 2009

Marathi Diwali Jokes, Marathi Diwali SMS, Marathi Diwali Messages

Pahila diva aaj lago dari
Sukhachi kirney yehi ghari
Purna hoyo tumacha sarbo icha
Dipawalicha hardik subhecha

Deepak ka prakash har pal aapke Jivan me ek nayi roshni de, bas yahi shubhkamna hai hamari aapke liye Diwali ke is pawan avsar par. !! Happy Diwali !!

Jevha tula aagdi ekta vaatel
Najre samor dhuka vaatel
Aaspaas konich disnar naahi
Saagle jaag andhuk houn jail
Tevha tu majhya kade ye
Me tula
Dolyanchya doctor kade gheun jain

Adhinachi nawi
Soneri pahat
Navya sapnachi
Navyi laat
Navya arambh
Navya biswas
Dipavalichi heech par
Kharikhuri shuruwat Read more!

Diwali Myspace Comments, Facebook Diwali, Myspace Diwali Comments, Orkut, Hi5,

Here are some Diwali MySpace comments. You can also use them for Facebook, Hi5, Xanga, Bebo and Orkut.

Diwali Myspace Comment

Dipavali Myspace Comment

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Diwali SMS, Marathi Diwali, Marathi SMS, Dipavali SMS, Happy Diwali SMS

Marathi Diwali SMS

Happy Diwali!

Laksh Divyani Ujalali Nisha Ghevuni Navi Umed,
Laksh Divyani Ujalali Nisha Ghevuni Navi Umed,
navi asha Hotil purna manatil sarva Iccha,
Diwalichya Tumhala Khup Khup Shubheccha…
* * * Happy Diwali * * *

Is diwali pe humari dua hai ki apka har sapnna pura ho,
duniya ke unche mukam apke ho,
shoharat ki bulandiyon par naam apka ho!
Wish u a very Happy Diwali!

Khushian ho overflow,masti kabhi na ho low,dosti ka surur chaya rahe,dhan aur shorat ki ho bauchar, aisa aaye aapke liye DIWALI KA TYOHAR

Sri ram ji aapke ghar sukh ki barsat karen, Dukhon ka naas karen. Prem ki phuljhari wa anar aapke ghar ko roshan kare. Roshni ke diye aapki jingagi me khusiya layen. Happy deepawali.
With gleam of Diyas
And the Echo of the Chants
May Happiness and Contentment Fill Your life
Wishing you a very happy and prosperous Diwali!!

Aai aai Diwali aai, Saath me kitni Khushiya laayi,
Dhoom machao, mauz manao, aap sabhi ko Diwali ki badhai.
Happy Diwali

Diwali Parva hai Khushio ka,
Ujalo ka, Laxmi ka. Is Diwali Aapki Jindagi khushio se bhari ho,
Duniya ujalo se roshan ho, ghar par Maa Laxmi ka Aagman ho
Happy Diwali

Diwali aai, masti chahi, rangi rangoli,
Diwali aai, masti chahi, rangi rangoli,
deep jalaye, Dhoom Dhadaka, chhoda phataka, jali Phuljadiyan,
Sabko Bhaye, Happy Diwali

Diwali Parva hai Khushio ka,
Diwali Parva hai Khushio ka,
Ujalo ka, Laxmi ka. Is Diwali Aapki Jindagi khushio se bhari ho,
Duniya ujalo se roshan ho, ghar par Maa Laxmi ka Aagman ho
Happy Diwali

Laxmi aayegi itni ki sab jagah Naam hoga,
Laxmi aayegi itni ki sab jagah Naam hoga,
Din raat vyapar bade itna adhik kaam hoga,
Ghar Pariwar samaj me banoge Sartaj, Yehi Kamna hai hamari aap ke liye
Diwali ki Dhero Shubh Kamanaye Read more!

Diwali Diyas, Diwali Lamps, Diwali Decorations Ideas

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The word Diwali derives from the word ' Deepavali'. Diyas are inseparable parts of Diwali. Illuminitating Diyas outside houses is the most common scene in this day. Though in these days electric lights are replacing earthen Diyas ,still the charm of traditional Diwali Hindu Lamps is there.

A Diya is a small earthen lamp that is lit especially at Diwali. They are usually made of clay. Ghee or oil is used as the fuel and cotton wool as the wick. Sometimes they are made by part filling a glass with colored water, Ghee is floated on top, and again cotton wool used as a wick. Children could make there own Diya with air-dried clay or play dough. For safety reason these diyas should not be lit with Ghee and cotton wool.

There are different kinds of Diwali Diyas available in the market. They can be in different shapes even in the shape of Parvati. One can buy the simple earthen ones and decorate it in house. It can be painted in different shades of single colour. Special Diwali motifs can be painted on the diyas too. The earthen diya used on the occasion of Diwali, reflects ancient design sense that is simple and stunning in concept and universal in appeal. Diyas can be ornamented with mirror-work or Jaris. They can be embellished with fragrant dried flowers. Diya Decoration is a common practice in Hindu families during Diwali.

Here are some tips to make a simple diya look beautiful and colorful.

  • Diyas look more beautiful by coloring them with different colors.
  • Give leafy and floral patterns over the diyas using different colors.
  • Use shells, beads, sequins, glass pices, golden laces, zaris and stick them on diyas.
  • If you want you can make your own diya by using ceramic or Plaster of Paris (POP).
  • You can make simple bowl shape for a diya and decorate it or you will get diya moulds easily available in markets. Make beautiful diya out of it.

    • Find more about Diwali Candles, Sparkling Diwali Lamps, Diwali Diyas and Candles here. Read more!

      Diwali Greetings, Diwali Wallpapers, Free Diwali Wallpaper

      Diwali Wallpaper

      Diwali Wallpaper

      Dipavali Wallpaper

      Dipavali Wallpaper Read more!

      Diwali 2009 Date, Diwali Calendar, When Is Diwali 2009

      Diwali date changes every year as the day is calculated according to the position of the moon. Find out when is Diwali 2009 in this exclusive Diwali Calendar!! The detailed calendar page clearly points out Diwali Date 2009. Also find out Diwali Date for the past and coming year in the Diwali Calendar 2008 and Diwali Calendar 2010.

      According to Hindu reckoning, the date of Diwali falls on 15th day of the dark fortnight in the auspicious Hindu month of Kartik or the month of October/November in English calendar. This Diwali day falls on the amavasya or the no moon day. Diwali date comes 20 days after the popular festival of Dussehra or Vijaya Dashmi.

      So go ahead, mark the Diwali Date 2009 in your personal calendar and start planning for celebrations!!

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