Diwali is celebrated in a traditional way in Tamil Nadu. The Diyas or usually called as Deepam have the more importance after Diwali, that is in the Tamil solar month of Karthigai. In this month beautiful Rangolis in south India are the most important part of the festival, these Rangolis are created with the use of rice flour. The Rangolis are further decorated with beautiful Diyas or Deepam this marks the actual occasion of Diwali.
The flash greeting has these beautiful Rangoli along with illuminating Deepams, the door garland give more traditional effect to this greeting card. Along with all these decorative items the crackers are an important part in south India as these are manufactured here only the crackers are most fired early in the morning that on brahma muhurtham. The people wake up before sunrise and take oil bath, wearing new clothes, firing crackers, then visiting temples and finally sharing sweets and gifts.
Greet your elders or mostly your Guru's, this would be the perfect card to offer. Nothing can be the most joyous than their blessing this Diwali. The red coloured background of this Tamil card adds more festive effect.
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