Gold and silver coins are kept as an auspicious symbol during Diwali puja. Read on to know more about diwali coins presents ideas.

Diwali Coins

India is popularly known as the 'Land Of Festivals'. Diwali (Deepavali) is one of the biggest festivals of the Hindus, which is celebrated with lots of enthusiasm and happiness. The word ‘Deepavali’ literally translates into ‘row of lamps’ in Sanskrit. Tiny lamps of clay are lighted to drive away the shadows of ‘evil spirits’ and ‘self-enlightenment’ is expressed. On this bright day, people clean up their homes; light up innumerable diyas around their house and seek the divine blessings of the Goddess of Wealth (Lakshmi).
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As an auspicious symbol, gold coins or silver coins are kept in the diwali puja thalis. A wide variety of delicious food is cooked and gifts are presented to all near and dear ones. The celebrations differ according to the various traditions and cultures of each state in India. However, the enthusiasm, fun, and joy behind the celebration remain the same. The Festival of lights is celebrated throughout India on the fifteenth day of the month Kartika (October/November). Diwali is a five-day long festival. The first day is Dhan Trayodashi, the second day-Naraka Chaturdashi, the third-Badi Diwali, the fourth day is Govardhan puja and fifth, Bhai Dooj.

Diwali Coin Gifts
Gold is a symbol of success, power, and riches. Gold in India tends to have both religious and cultural significance. The importance and position of gold vary from different cultures and religions. This is one of the various reasons, which makes gold jewelry a kind of art in India. Silver coins are also presented to family members or friends, as they are thought to bring ‘good luck’. People who have been presented with such coins usually tend to preserve them as fond memories. The coins are available in innumerable varieties and trendiest of designs at the festival time.

Ganesh Silver Coin
The silver coins are encrypted with image of seated Lord Ganesha on one side. These coins can be gifted to your family and friends for the occasion, as silver coins are one of the indispensible things needed for a diwali pooja.

Lakshmi Silver Coin
This carved silver coin has an image of the Goddess Lakshmi on it. They are kept in homes to bring in the ‘good luck’ and people use them especially in Diwali. Added to this, an elegant case with an image of Lakshmi is supplied to protect the coin from any damages.

Gold Plated Silver Coin
The coin is carved with a glittering image of Lakshmi/Ganesh embossed in silver and decorated with gold plating with a decorative border. People place both gold and silver coins in front of the idol of Goddess Lakshmi. This tradition is followed, in order to welcome the goddess in the house and seek her divine blessings.

Om Gold Coin
Om (in hindi) embossed on pure gold coin is an auspicious gift to your family and friends for the occasion. Every individual should consider buying gold coins on Diwali for worshipping and prayers.