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The 1800Flowers Carle Place Office Celebrates Diwali

October 24, 2014

At 1-800-Flowers.com it has become a tradition to celebrate the Hindu “festival of lights” Diwali, also known as “Deepavali.” Using the lunar calendar, Diwali falls in autumn every year during the Hindu calendar month of Kartika.

To celebrate in the office, we dine on traditional cuisine and members of the 1-800-Flowers.com family dress in traditional and festive attire and decorate around the office with lit candles “diyas” and colorful floor art “rangoli” (our team used flower petals). Check out some of our pictures from today’s Diwali celebration!

Celebrating Diwali at 1800Flowers.com

1800Flowers Employees Celebrating Diwali in Kurtas (Men) and Chudidhar (Women).
From Left to Right: Vijayabaskaran, Shikharesh, Anish, Veerakishore, Bipin, Rakesh Vatti, Kiran, Manohar, Jyothi & Prajakta.

Flower Rangoli for Deepavali

Diwali Floral Rangoli Using Flower Petals

Diwali Diyas Surrounded by Flower Petals

Colorful Diwali Diyas Adorned with Flower and Rose Petals

Flower Diwali Decorations

Diwali Decorations Using Flower Rangoli and Diya

Floral Rangoli Decorations for Diwali

Rangoli Decorations for Diwali Using Flowers

Gulab Jamun

Gulab Jamun for Dessert

If you liked this article, make sure to also check out our How to Celebrate Diwali article.

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