Diwali is also named as Deepavali and is commonly known as “festival of lights”. Deep means ‘lights’ and avali means ‘rows’ so this means ‘array of lights’. On this day people worship the goddess of wealth and prosperity ‘Laxmi’ along with lord Ganesha ‘god of knowledge’. The commemorates the victory of good over evil as on this day lord Rama had returned back to his home from the exile of 14 years along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshman. Since that day people celebrates Diwali by lighting oil lamps. Diwali falls on the darkest night of the year hence people illuminates candles and earthen lamps for chasing away the darkness. Diwali is the biggest and brightest festival of India and the festival witness the bumper gift exchange season of the year. Exchange of gifts on this special occasion and is followed till the date.