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Diya Sleeve Print Unisex Sweatshirt

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Go classic with our sweatshirts collection !

This sweatshirt is made of 280 GSM Super Combed Bio-Washed Fabric with double stitched seam and Derby ribbed waistline.It is pre-shrunk with a regular fit and offers excellent colorfastness.

This will be your go-to for the best winter ever. Get yours today and wear it proudly!

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About the Design: 

This print is designed with diyas on sleeves of sweatshirt making it a chic design for your Diwali celebrations. Keep yourself warm while keeping it traditional.

Diwali, or Dipawali, is India's biggest and most important holiday of the year. The festival gets its name from the row (avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolise the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness. This festival is as important to Hindus as the Christmas holiday is to Christians.

  • In northern India, they celebrate the story of King Rama's return to Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana by lighting rows of clay lamps.
  • Southern India celebrates it as the day that Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.
  • In western India the festival marks the day that Lord Vishnu, the Preserver (one of the main gods of the Hindu trinity) sent the demon King Bali to rule the nether world.

Diwali is celebrated over 5 days

  • DAY ONE: People clean their homes and shop for gold or kitchen utensils to help bring good fortune.
  • DAY TWO: People decorate their homes with clay lamps and create design patterns called rangoli on the floor using colored powders or sand.
  • DAY THREE: On the main day of the festival, families gather together for Lakshmi puja, a prayer to Goddess Lakshmi, followed by mouth-watering feasts and firework festivities.
  • DAY FOUR: This is the first day of the new year, when friends and relatives visit with gifts and best wishes for the season.
  • DAY FIVE: Brothers visit their married sisters, who welcome them with love and a lavish meal.