Deewali is a time of gaiety, joy and a positive outlook towards the future. On Divali festival day, Goddess Laxmi, the goddess of wealth is worshipped for preserving the present fortune and for bringing in further success and prosperity in future. Divali is celebrated on Amavasya which is the 15th day of the dark fortnight of the Hindu month of Ashwin, (October/November) every year. Diwali 2010 is on 5th November, Friday. It is symbolic of the ancient Indian culture and traditions. The festival of lights as it is known today projects the rich and glorious past of India. Every year on Deepawali the sound of firecrackers declare the happiness and joy evident in the hearts of Indians. This is the time of bestowing all your divine wishes and blessings on your dear ones by reaffirming the bond of love. It is the day for expressing your gratefulness towards all your near and dear ones. So what would be the best way of showing your love and affection than by presenting Diwali gifts. With the advent of intelligent marketers, there are many Deepavali gift ideas available these days so much so that it becomes difficult for anyone to choose the appropriate or most special ones for their loved ones. This choice becomes more sensitive when distances come into play while we get ready to send Diwali gifts across boundaries both national and international. Diwali Gift Hampers Lamps/Lanterns Diwali Sweets Chocolate Hampers Diwali Pooja Thali Laxmi Ganesh Gifts Diwali Diyas Diwali Apparel Hampers Crackers on Dipavali Silver and Gold Gifts You can also check various sources for sending online gifts. I have visited this diwali site, you can also refer this to get an idea on choosing diwali gifts.