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Bring home prosperity with Meyer Cookware


Festivals are an imperative part of Indian culture; and one of the most important and auspicious festivals in India that is celebrated by one and all is Diwali.
The primary objective of Diwali is to invite and welcome Goddess Lakshmi, who according to Hinduism is considered the deity associated with health, wealth and prosperity.
In addition, there are many mythologies that are related to Diwali Festival. Some of them are:
- Diwali marks the triumph of Lord Krishna against the demon Narakasura.
-It is also considered a celebration of the return of Lord Ram and Sita to the city of Ayodhya after their 14 years of exile and defeat of the demon king Ravana.
 
Deepavali in India is generally celebrated by cleaning and decorating houses, lighting up diyas, savouring sweets and exchanging Diwali gifts. Amidst many customs related to Diwali, one that holds significance and is executed in almost every home is the purchase of cookware either for one’s own home or to gift to loved ones.
 
The purchase of cookware during Diwali is considered to herald abundance and prosperity in home. According to the legend, it is believed that metals keep all kinds of negative energy away. Moreover, cookware not only has symbolic importance but also doubles up as a highly useful commodity. From kitchen gadgets to kitchen tools and other kitchenware, you have a vast option of cookware range to choose from. Today, cookware is also used as the perfect corporate gift item that surely is lapped up with joy by all employees.
 
Keeping this in mind, Pots and Pans is offering various Diwali offers. This biggest Diwali sale is in full swing on the website! Reap the benefits of the bright Diwali offers available on our website and give a sparkling makeover to your kitchen. Moreover, online shopping is the safest option during this time of pandemic. The cookware you choose will be delivered to your address or to the address of your loved ones without your having to step outside your home.
 
So, stay home, stay safe and celebrate this Diwali with Meyer!

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