5 different types of Diwali T-Shirts for Men

5 different types of  Diwali T-Shirts for Men  

Diwali is the Festival of lights, Diwali signifies the win of good over evil, According to Hindu beliefs Bhagwan Ram returned from exile with his brother Lakshman and his wife Sita on this day. The people of Ayodhya warmly welcomed him and celebrated his return with lights and diyas, since then people celebrate this day with great fervour and enthusiasm. People decorate their houses and bring sweets and new clothes. Now, it is just a month away and all of us are busy finding out the perfect outfit for this Diwali. 

Here are some Tshirt ideas for men for Diwali 2022

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Black colour T-Shirt printed with Maa Lakshmi

 Goddess Lakshmi is a symbol of wealth, fortune and prosperity, Diwali is the time when people worship Goddess Lakshmi to bring wealth and prosperity to the home. It is believed that Ma Lakshmi visits every house on this occasion.

Buy Ma Lakshmi printed Tshirt for Men on this Auspicious Occasion of Diwali

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Black Tshirt Printed with Lord Ganesha

Lord Ganesha is the symbol of wisdom and intelligence while Maa Lakshmi is the symbol of wealth and prosperity, to remove hurdles, and obstacles Lord Ganesha is worshipped and for wealth, Maa Lakshmi is worshipped.

Buy Lord Ganesha Printed Tshirt for Men on this auspicious occasion of Diwali

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Diyas For Diwali

 Diwali also known as Deepawali as the name suggests denotes the festival of lights. The festival of light. Diyas signify rightness, and purity and lighting them stands for removing darkness and going towards the light, lighting diyas also means removing all negative energies, the victory of good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. 

Buy this Diya printed T-shirt for Men  this Diwali to lit your house with hope and knowledge.

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Buy Jai Shree Ram Tshirt for Men

Buy Jai Shree Ram Tshirt for Men

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Return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya

 In North, India Diwali is celebrated to mark the return of Lord Rama, his brother Lakshman and his wife Sita to Ayodhya after the exile of 14 years.


 In South India, it signifies the killing of  Hiranyakashipu by Narsimha, The killing of King Hiranyakashipu is shown in various South Indian temples  


The Jains celebrate the festival due to the Nirvana of their 24th Tirthankara

Sikhs celebrate the day because Guru Hargobind Ji was freed from imprisonment.

 5 days of Diwali

  1. Dhanteras 

Dhanteras as the name depicts is formed of two words Dhan means wealth and teras means the 13th day of Krishna paksha of the Hindu lunar calendar of Kartik month. Goddess Lakshmi Lord Kubera is worshipped this day. Dhanteras also known as Dhanvantri Pujan-the God of Medicine also considered Lord Vishnu’s avatar. He has four arms, which each hold conch, Sudarshan chakra, the nectar of eternity (Amrit) and medicines respectively. 

  • Naraka Chaturdasi 
  •             Naraka Chaturdasi also called Minor Diwali or Choti Diwali is the day of Lord Krishna and his wife Satyabhama who fought the demon named Narakasura won and killed him. Choti Diwali, the 14th day of Krishana Paksha of Kartik month, is celebrated as Narak Chaturdashi.

  • Lakshmi Puja
  •   Laxmi Pujan or main Diwali falls on the new moon day of Krishna Paksha of the Hindu calendar month Kartik this third day of Diwali is the main festive day, families sit together to worship, Lord Ganesha is worshipped first as he has the main importance in Lakshmi puja also.  

  • Govardhan Puja
  •             Govardhan Puja is the first day of Shukla Paksha (Waxing fortnight) of the Kartik month of the Hindu lunar calendar. This festival is celebrated in honour of Lord Krishna's feat near Mathura.

  • Bhai Dooj
  •   The fifth day of Diwali is called Bhaya Dooj, On this day brother visits the sister if married, puja and aarti are done, sweets are made and shared, and gifts are given to the sisters. Buy Brother Sister Tshirt 

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