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  1. CrackersIndia.com announces Free Home Delivery for Shoppers of Tamil Nadu and Bangalore

    CrackersIndia.com announces Free Home Delivery for Shoppers of Tamil Nadu and Bangalore

    CrackersIndia.com, the reputable online store belonging to Akshayaa Agencies, Sivakasi held a press meet yesterday at their headquarters to make an announcement that they now offer free home delivery for the online shoppers belonging to regions like Tamil Nadu and Bangalore. This free home delivery service is available for the shoppers who shop crackers for Rs. 4000 or above.

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  2. First Aid for Fire Cracker Burns for Diwali Celebrations

    First Aid for Fire Cracker Burns for Diwali Celebrations

    Diwali is the most favorite festival for children, as they are allowed by the parents to burn crackers on that day. On the auspicious occasion, new clothes, sweets & crackers stand prioritized. So, undoubtedly it brings lots of fun & joy, but concurrently it allows minor burns too.

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  3. Traditions of Diwali and Their Significance

    Traditions of Diwali and Their Significance
    Festivals are considered as a treasure trove as it gives lots of joy & delightful moments for the whole day. Indians are king in celebrating festivals and heeding rituals with whole hearted. One of the significant festivals celebrated by many in India. Diwali is an occasion when people of India celebrate with compliance & exceeding various dissensions.
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  4. 15 Golden Tips for Safer and Healthy Diwali

    15 Golden Tips for Safer and Healthy Diwali

    Diwali, the festival of lights is the most expected celebration inaugurated by most of the people around the world. The celebration of festival starts one week before the day of Diwali, all might have started preparing delicious desserts, sweets, and snack items. 

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  5. Special Crackers that Kids Love to Crack on this Diwali

    Special Crackers that Kids Love to Crack on this Diwali

    Can you imagine celebrating Diwali without crackers? Yep! Seems freak right? The celebration starts from the day before Diwali & it ends till the late night of the festival day.

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