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Diwali is one of the most important festivals of Hindus and is celebrated across the world with immense zeal and fervor. The celebration of Diwali starts with performing rituals and paying tribute to the Almighty. On this auspicious occasion, prayers are performed in a traditional manner through a special Diwali pooja thali. As the auspicious occasion of Diwali arrives, wish your near and dear ones by sending them colorful Diwali pooja thali through our online delivery service, at cheap cost. For your convenience, different varieties of Diwali pooja thali are available on our online virtual store. You can also choose Diwali thalis with religious idols, diyas, and small containers for storing essential items to perform the pooja. In order to send Diwali pooja thali to India, you have to make your selection and place your order online. By using our cheap service, you can buy Diwali pooja thali online and get it delivered to all major cities of India, such as Bhatinda, Delhi, Srinagar, Noida, Chennai, Navi Mumbai, Godhra, Kanchipuram, Kolkata, Agartala, etc.
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Diwali in the Indian subcontinent is such a festive occasion! The festival is celebrated to commemorate Lord Rama, his wife Sita and his brother Lakshmana who returned from exile of 14 years on this day after Rama defeated the evil demon king Ravana. Diwali is symbolic of the victory of good over evil. It also signifies the triumph of truth over untruth, and of light over darkness. Celebrated over a period of five days, Diwali is especially important for the devotes of Lord Ganesh and Goddess Laxmi and these two are venerated in special poojas performed during the Diwali time. These poojas are performed using certain unique ingredients and rituals. The Diwali pooja thalis offered by Awesomeji.com come with all the ingredients required to perform the important Laxmi pooja. Why not gift one of these pooja thalis to a loved one to make their Diwali even more auspicious?

Decorative Blue Velvet Pooja Thali: We have this very beautiful, artistically done blue velvet pooja thali especially designed for your loved ones. Brightly colored with blue and red patterns, this thali looks unique and adds a festive touch to the pooja room. If you are looking for a different yet traditional gift to give to someone, this could be your best choice!

Silver Coated Pooja Thali: Across the different regions of India, one thing that is common is the worshipping of Goddess Laxmi, Lord Ganesh and others in order to evoke their blessings. Gifting a silver coated pooja thali on such an occasion would be a very auspicious thing to do. Choose from our vast array of beautiful silver coated pooja thalis to select a gift for someone special.

Om Shaped Pooja Thali: In the Hindu religion, the Om symbol is considered very auspicious. This beautiful silver coated pooja thali is Om shaped, and comes with space for keeping incense and other pooja samagri. This festive season gift this lovely Om shaped pooja thali to your loved ones and see their faces beam with a smile!

Silver Coated Pooja Thali With Wooden Swastik: There are several symbols that are considered auspicious in the Hindu religion. Swastik is one of them. This lovely silver coated pooja thali comes with a wooden swastik to add to its charm as a spiritual gift you can give to the religious minded among your friends and family.

Pooja Thali With Decorative Diyas: Laxmi pooja is an important part of the festivities associated with Diwali. The festival is also associated with lights and the illumination of homes and temples with earthen lamps is a common tradition. We bring together these two significant aspects of Diwali and present you with this pooja thali combo that comes with a set of decorative diyas. 

Brass Om Pooja Thali: Brass is one of the auspicious metals for the Hindus. A pooja thali made of this metal is believed to invite good vibrations and the blessings of gods. What could be a more thoughtful gift than to give this brass om shaped pooja thali to someone you care for?