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Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi: Hi Friends, Welcome In The Official Website Of The Shubh Deepavali Festival. We Always Tried To Provide You Fresh Stuff Of Shubh Deepavali 2017. And Every Time Our Visitors Appreciate Us For Our Stuff. So, We Know That This Festival Is Very Important For All Hindus. They Are Excited To Celebrate Diwali Festival. You Can Make Fun On Diwali With Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi. These Sms Are Full Of Fun And Laugh. You Can Make Laugh To Your Buddies By Using These Diwali Wishes In Hindi From This Site. There Are Many Stories Behind The Beginning Of Diwali Celebration.

People Belief That Diwali Is Celebrated When Lord Ram Returned From Exile After Fourteen Years. And Some Said That On This Day Lord Vishnu Marriage With Goddess Lakshmi. So Try To Enjoy This Festival With Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi. Peoples Of Ayodhya Decorated The Whole Village When Lord Ram Returned To His Kingdom With His Wife Sita And Brother Lakshman.

Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi – Diwali Is One Of The Ancient And The Biggest Festivals Of India. The Festival Has Been Celebrated Since Centuries. The Time Is Diwali Is Considered As A Holy Time To Initiate Things In One’S Life. Diwali Is Also Known As Diwali Poojan Or Deepawali Or Laxmi Poojan. The Festival Has A Huge Importance. The Celebration Of This Festival Has A History. The Occasion Of Happy Diwali 2017 Is Annual In Is Celebration But The Day Does Not Fall On The Same Date. This Year Diwali Will Begin On October 19, 2017 And Continue Till October 21, 2017. The Festival Is Also Known As Festival Of Light. The Festival Is Celebrated By Hindus, Sikhs, Jains And Buddhists. The Markets Get Busy Before The Arrival Of The Festival. The Work Load For The Women In The Increases Many Fold. The Commencement Of The Festival Starts With Cleaning Of The House. The Festival Is Celebrated With Family And Friends. Search For Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi And Get Hundreds Of Result Here.

 

Diwali Wishes in Hindi

Happy Diwali Wishes in Hindi 2018

 

 

दीपावली की हार्दिक हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं।।
माँ लक्ष्मी की कृपा सदा आप पर रहे।


***** Diwali Wishes 2017 in Hindi *****

हरदम खुशियाँ हो साथ, कभी दामन ना हो खाली,
हम सभी की तरफ से, आपको.. शुभ दीपावली!


***** Hindi Diwali Wishes *****

खूब मीठे मीठे पकवान खाएं, सेहत मैं चार चाँद लगायें,
लोग तो सिर्फ चाँद तक गए हैं, आप उस से भी ऊपर जाएँ.
दीवाली की शुभकामनायें।


***** Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

खुशियाँ हों overflow, मस्ती कभी न हों low,
दोस्ती का सरुर छाया रहे, ऐसा आये आपके लिए दिवाली का त्यौहार।


***** Happy Diwali Wishes in Hindi 2017 *****

आपको और आपके समस्त परिवार को
दीपावली के पावन पर्व पर हमारी ओर से हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ!!!


***** Hindi Diwali Wishes 2017 *****

जगमग जगमग दीप जल उठे, द्वार द्वार आए दीपावली।
दीपावली के इस पावन अवसर पर आपको एवं आपके परिवार को हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ।


***** Happy Diwali 2017 Wishes in Hindi *****

दीवाली के इस मंगल अवसर पर, आप सभी की मनोकामना पूरी हों,
खुशियाँ आपके कदम चूमे, इसी कामना के साथ आप सभी को दिवाली की ढेरों बधाई.


***** Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

आई आई दिवाली आई, साथ माँ कितनी खुशियाँ लायी,
धूम मचाओ मौज मनाओ, आप सभी को दिवाली की बधाई. शुभ दीवाली।


***** 2017 Diwali Hindi Wishes *****

देवी महालक्ष्मी की कृपा से आपके घर में हमेशा उमंग और आनंद रौनक़ रहे।
आपको और आपके समस्त परिवार को दीपावली के पावन पर्व पर हमारी ओर से हार्दिक शुभकामनाएँ!!!


***** Happy Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

दीपक का पर्काश हर पल आपके जीवन मैं एक नयी रौशनी दे,
बस यही शुभकामना है हमारी आपके लिए दीवाली के इस पवन अवसर पर .. शुभ दीवाली


***** Diwali Wishes in Hindi 2017 *****

है रौशनी का त्यौहार, लाये हर चेहरे पर मुस्कान, सुख और समृधि की बहार,
समेट लो सारी खुशियाँ, अपनों का साथ और प्यार.. शुभ दीवाली।


***** Happy Diwali Hindi Wishes *****

झिलमिलते दीपों की आभा से प्रकाशित ये दीवाली आपके घर आँगन में,
धन धान्य सुख सम्रिधि और ईश्वर का अन्नत आशीर्वाद लेकर आए..!! Happy Diwali


***** Happy Diwali 2017 Hindi Wishes *****

आपका एवें आपके परिवार का हर दिन हर पल शुभ हो,
और आप उत्तरोत्तर प्रगति पथ पर अग्रसर रहे, दीपावली महापर्व पर ऐसी शुभकामनाये !!!!!!


***** Happy Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Pal Pal Se Banta Hai Ehasas,
Ehsas Se Banta Hai Vishvas,
Vishvas Se Bante Hai Rishte,
Aur Rishte Se Banta Hai Koi Khas,
Wishing A Happy Diwali, My Sweetheart!


***** Hindi Diwali Wishes *****

Aai Aai Diwali Aai,
Saath Me Kitni Khushiya Laayi,
Dhoom Machao, Mauz Manao,
Aap Sabhi Ko Diwali Ki Badhai.
Happy Deepawali !!!”


***** Happy Diwali 2017 Hindi Wishes *****

Sri Ram Ji Aapke Ghar Sukh Ki Barsat Karen,
Dukhon Ka Naas Karen.
Prem Ki Phuljhari Wa Anar Aapke Ghar Ko Roshan Kare.
Roshni Ke Diye Aapki Zindagi Me Khusiya Layen.
Happy Deepawali !!!


***** Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Deep Jagmagaayen
Khushiyan Jhilmilayen
Is Diwali Ke Tyohaar Per
Lakshmi Ji Aapke Ghar Aayen
Diwali Ki Badhayi Ho! Happy Deepawali !!!


***** Happy Diwali 2017 Wishes in Hindi *****

Pal Pal Sunhare Fool Khile,
Kabhi Na Ho Kaanto Ka Saamna,
Zindagi Aapki Khushiyo Se Bhari Rahe,
Dipawali Par Humaari Yahi Shubhkamna.
Happy Deepawali !!!


***** Hindi Diwali Wishes 2017 *****

Deep Jalte Jagmagate Rahe,
Hum Aapko Aap Hame Yaad Aate Rahe,
Jab Tak Zindagi Hai,
Dua Hai Hamari,
Aap Chand Ki Tarah Zagmagate Rahe. Happy Deepawali !!!


***** Happy Diwali Hindi Wishes *****

Diwali Parva Hai Khushio Ka,
Ujalo Ka, Laxmi Ka…. Is Diwali Aapki Jindagi Khushio Se Bhari Ho,
Duniya Ujalo Se Roshan Ho, Ghar Par Maa Laxmi Ka Aagman Ho…
Happy Deepawali !!!


***** 2017 Happy Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Deepak Ka Prakash Har Pal Aapke Jivan Me Ek Nayi Roshni De,
Bas Yahi Shubhkamna Hai Hamari Aapke Liye Diwali Ke Is Pawan Avsar Par !!
Happy Deepawali 2017 !!!


***** Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Chanda Ki Chandani Ke Sath,
Taro Ki Jhilmilahat Ho,
Aane Wali Dipawli Ke Deepo Ke Sath,
Aap Ke Chehare Per Khusi Ki Muskurahat Ho.
Happy Diwali Deepawali Ki Subh Kamnaye.


***** Hindi Diwali Wishes 2017 *****

I Pray To God To Give U
Shanti, Shakti, Sampati, Swarup,
Saiyam, Saadgi, Safalta, Samridhi,
Sanskar, Swaasth, Sanmaan,
Saraswati, Aur Sneh. Shubh Diwali.


***** Diwali 2017 Hindi Wishes *****

Dosto Se Har Lamhe Me Diwali Hai,
Dosti Ki Ye Dunia Diwani Hai,
Dosto Ke Bina Jindgi Bekar Hai,
Dosto Se Hi To Jindgi Me Bahar Hai…
Happy Deepawali 2017!!!


***** Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Sri Ram Ji Aapke Ghar Sukh Ki Barsat Karen,
Dukhon Ka Naas Karen.
Prem Ki Phuljhari Aur Anar Aapke Ghar Ko Roshan Kare.
Roshni Ke Diye Aapki Jingagi Me Khusiya Layen.
Happy Diwali 2017!!!


***** Happy Diwali 2017 Wishes in Hindi *****

Kumkum Bhare Kadmon Sey Aaye Laxmi Ji Apke Dawar,
Sukh Sampati Mile Aapko Apar,
Deepawali Ki Subhkamnain Kare Sweakar.Happy Diwali 2017!!!


***** Diwali Hindi Wishes 2017 *****

Andhera Hua Dur Raat Ke Saath
Nayi Subha Aayi Diwali Leke Sath
Ab Ankhne Kholo Dekho Ek Msg Aayi Hai
Diwali Ki Subh Kamna Sath Layi Hai.
Happy Diwali 2017!!!


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Deepon Ka Yeh Tyohaar
Laaya Khushiyan Hazaar
Mubarak Ho Aap Sabko
Diwali Ka Tyohaar
Happy Diwali 2017!!


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Deepawali Mein Deepo Ka Didar,
Khusiyo Ke Sath Mubarak Hajar.


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Har Ghar Mein Ho Ujaala, Aaye Naa Kabhi Raat Kali,
Har Ghar Me Mane Khushiya, Har Ghar Me Ho Diwali.


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Diye Ki Roshni Se Sab Andhera Dur Ho Jaye,
Dua H Ki Jo Chaho Wo Khusi Manjur Ho Jaye.


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Diwali Ki Light, Kare Sab Ko Delight,
Pakro Masti Ki Flight Aur Dhoom Machao All Night.
Happy Diwali !!


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Aai Aai Diwali Aai, Saath Me Kitni Khushiya Laayi,
Dhoom Machao, Mauj Manao, Aap Sabhi Ko Diwali Ki Badhai.
Happy Diwali


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Safalta Kadam Chumti Rahe, Khushi Aaspas Ghumti Rahe,
Yash Itna Faile Ki Kasturi Sharma Jaye, Laxmi Ki Kripa Itni Ho Ki Balaji Bhi Dekhte Rah Jaye.


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Aayi Hai Diwali Dekho, Sang Layi Khushiya Dekho,
Yehan Wahan Jahan Dekho Aaj Deep Jagmagate Dekho.
Happy Diwali


***** Best Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

Deepak Ka Prakash Har Pal Aapke Jivan Me Ek Nayi Roshni De,
Bas Yehi Shubhkamna Hai Hamari Aapke Liye Diwali Ke Is Paawan Avsar Par.
!! Happy Diwali !!


***** Hindi Diwali Wishes *****

झिलमिलाते दीपों की रोशनी से प्रकाशित ये दीपावली,
आपके घर में सुख समृद्धि और आशीर्वाद ले कर आए शुभ दीपावली!


***** Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

ये दिवाली आपके जीवन में खुशियों की बरसात लाए,
धन और शौहरत की बौछार करे, दिवाली की हार्दिक शुभकामनाएं!


***** Happy Diwali Hindi Wishes 2017 *****

दीपक का प्रकाश हर पल आपके जीवन में नई रोशनी लाए,
बस यही शुभकामना है आपके लिए इसदीपावली में। शुभ दीपावली!


***** 2017 Diwali Hindi Wishes *****

दीपावली आए तो रंगी रंगोली, दीप जलाए, धूम धड़ाका,
छोड़ा पटाखा, जली फुलझडि़यां सबको भाए.. आप सबको दीपावली की शुभकामनाएं!


***** Diwali Wishes in Hindi *****

दीपावली में दीपों का दीदार हो,
और खुशियों की बौछार हो। शुभ दीपावली!


***** Diwali 2017 Wishes in Hindi *****

इस दिवाली में यही कामना है कि सफलता आपके कदम चूमे और
खुशी आपके आसपास हो। माता लक्ष्मी की कृपा आप पर बनी रहे।


 

 

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Diwali Is The Festival Of Light Which Is The Symbol Of Reducing Darkness And Increasing Lightness In The World. This Festival Is Celebrated In Every Home In India. Peoples Enjoy This Festival By Making Delicious Food And Burning Crackers. Hindus Invite Their Friends And Other Family Members At Home To Enjoy Diwali Festival Together. We Are Also Try To Make You Laugh By Providing Happy Wishes In Hindi For Group Members. These Jokes Are Also Related With Group Admin. On Diwali Hindus Also Worship Goddess Maha Lakshmi. They Offer Prayer To Goddess Lakshmi Before Starting Diwali Celebration. Get Ready To Receive The Diwali Wishes In Hindi.

Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi – Feelings Can Be Expressed In Best Way With The Help Of Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi. The Celebration Includes Millions Of Lights That Shine On The Doorstep Of The Houses, Temples, Buildings, Society Or The Entire Community. The Night Of Diwali Is Considered As The Darkest Night Of The Year And This Darkness Is Eradicated By Lighting Millions Of Diyas And Lights. Hanging Lanterns And Drawing Rangolis Is The Most Ancient Style Of Celebrating Diwali. The Festival Starts With Dhanteras Followed By Naraka Chaturdasi, On The Third Day There Is Celebration Of Deepavali. The Fourth Day Is Known As Padva And The Day Successfully Ends With Bhaubeej.

Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi – Before The Beginning Of Diwali People Clean Up Their Houses And Shop As The Festival Arrives. Rangoli Is Drawn At Every Foot Step. Lighting Up Diyas And Lanterns Are The Benchmark Of This Festival. Modern Crackers Are Being Introduced Every Succeeding Year, These Crackers Attract The Small Kids A Lot. Family Prayers Include Worship Of The Goddess Of Prosperity And Fertility. Shopping Is At Peak In The Nation During The Period Of Diwali. Hindus Dress Up In The New Clothes Mostly Traditional In The Outfits. So These Were Some Of The Amazing And Interesting Happy Diwali Wishes In Hindi.

 

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TOP Best Happy Diwali Shayari in Hindi 2017

Diwali Shayari in Hindi 2017 : Hello Friends, Today We are going to Share TOP Diwali Shayari in Hindi With You. We have a Best & TOP Collection of Diwali Shayari in Hindi. So, Don’t Waste Your Time & Check Diwali Shayari in Hindi 2017.

Diwali Shayari in Hindi 2017

Diwali Shayari in Hindi 2017

 

 

Diye Ki Roshni Se Sab Andhera Dur Ho Jaye,
Dua H Ki Jo Chaho Wo Khusi Manjur Ho Jaye.


***** Diwali 2017 Shayari *****

हो मुबारक ये त्यौहार आपको दीपावली का,
ज़िन्दगी का हर पल मिले आपको खुशहाली का,
प्यार के जुगनू जले, प्यार की हो फुलझड़िया,
प्यार के फूल खिले, प्यार की हो पंखुड़िया.
प्यार की बंसी बजे, प्यार की हो शहनाईया…
खुशियो के दीप जले, दुःख कभी न ले अंगड़ाईयां ”
आपको और आपके परिवार को दिवाली की हार्दिक बधाईया


***** Happpy Diwali 2017 Shayari *****

Jyot Se Jyot Jalate Huye Chalo,
Pyar Ki Ganga Bahate Huye Chalo
Raah Me Aaye Jo Bhi Deen Dukhi
Sabhi Ko Gale Se Lagate Huye Chalo.


***** Hindi Diwali Shayari *****

Asi Vang Musafra Tur Jaana,
Teri Mehfil Saada Aabad Rahe,
Avein Do Char Athroo Fer Lavi,
Je Asi Tainu Kade Yaad Rahe Happy Diwali 2017


***** Diwali Shayari 2017 *****

Pal Pal Sunhare Fool Khile,
Kabhi Na Ho Kaanto Ka Saamna,
Jindagi Aapki Khushiyo Se Bhari Rahe,
Dipawali Par Humaari Yahi Shubhkaamna.
Happy Diwali…. !!


***** Diwali Shayari in Hindi *****

Deep Jalte Jagmagate Rahe,
Hum Aapko Aap Hame Yaad Aate Rahe,
Jab Tak Zindagi Hai, Dua Hai Hamari
Aap Chand Ki Tarah Zagmagate Rahe…Happy Diwali


***** Happy Diwali Shayari 2017 *****

Har Bacche K Chehre Pe Dikhe Ronak,
Aur Bado K Chehre Pe Lali Honi Chahiye,
Koyi Bhi Shakhs Naa Ruthe Es Baar,
Kisi Ki Bhi Jeb Naa Khali Honi Chahiye,
Sirf Ameero Ki Nahi Es Baar,
Garibo Ki B Aankhe Matwali Honi Chahiye.


***** Diwali Shayari *****

Deep Jalao,
Khushi Manao Aayi Diwali Aayi,
Raat Amaavas Ki To Kya,
Ghar-Ghar Hua Ujaala Saje Kangure Deepshikha Se,
Jyon Pehne Ho Mala Man Mutav Mat Rakhna Bhai,
Aayi Diwali Aayi!!! Happy Diwali


***** Deepavali Shayari *****

Sukh, Shanti, Samadhan, Samruddhi,
Aaishwarya, Arogya, Pratishtha Ya Saptarangi,
Divya Ni Aaple Jeevan Prakashmay Hovo……..Happy Diwali.


***** Happy Deepavali 2017 Shayari *****

Roshani Bhi Hogi, Honge Chiraag Bhi,
Awaaz Bhi Hogi, Honge Saaz Bhi,
Par Na Hogi Uski Parchaai, Na Uski Aaahat,
Bohot Sooni Hogi Yeh Diwali,
Bin Sanam Kaise Milegi Mujhe Raahaat.


***** Diwali Shayari in Hindi *****

Diwali Pe Tum Khushiya Khub Manana,
Meri Koi Bat Buri Lagi Ho To Ose Dil Se Mitaana.
Hum Intezaar Karege Tumhara. Happy Diwali.


***** Deepavali Shayari in Hindi *****

Diwali Shaam Tere Intezaar Rahe Ga,
Mera Dil Bekara Rahe Ga, Dekhlon Bas Tum Ko,
Tabhi Tyohar Mere Liye Diwali Ka Tyohar Rahega.
Happy Diwali My Dear.


***** Hindi 2017 Diwali Shayari *****

Tyohar Late Hain Khushiyon Ki Bocchar,
Rishto Ka Ehsaas Or Apno Ka Pyar,
Mil Kar Mnao Dhanteras Ka Tyohar,
Tabhi To Lagenge Isme Chand Char, Happy Diwali.


***** 2017 Deepavali Shayari *****

Diwali Aayi Khusiya Layi, Santi,
Samruddhi Aur Zagmaghaht Layi,
Dhadam Dum Badal Me Gunji Fatake Ki Roshni,
Aap Sabke Jivan Me Khushiya Barkarar Rahain,
Aur Laxmiji Ka Ashirwad Rahe.


***** Diwali Shayari *****

Chalo Aaj Fir Ek Deep Jalaya Jaye
Ruthe Huye Ko Fir Manaya Jaye
Ponch Kar Aankho Me Chipi Udasi Ko
Jakhmo Pe Malham Lagaya Jaye
Pakad Lo Hath Khele Fir Se,
Mohalle Ka Chakkar Ek Lagaya Jaye
Bhul Jaye Gile-Shikve Sab Purane
Aao Milkar Ye Tyohar Manaya Jaye
Chalo Aaj Fir Ek Deep Jalaya Jaye.


***** Diwali 2017 Hindi Shayari *****

Bin Mehboob Kaisi Ye Diwali,
Mann Udaas Dil Hai Khaali,
Tan Suna, Suni Hain Raat Kaali
Bin Mehboob Kaisi Ye Diwali
Kaise Bichaau Rah Pyaar Me,
Kis Ka Thamu Haath,
Bin Mehboob Mera Haath H Khaali
Jagmagata Apna Bhi Chehera,
Agar Sath Mehboob Ka Hota,
Hoti Apni Bhi Diwali


***** Deepavali Hindi Shayari *****

Diwali Ek Khusiyon Ka Tayohaar Hain,
Andhero Se Ujaalo Ki Aur Barkaraar Hain,
Har Koi Andhere Ko Ujaala Karne K Liye Taiyaar H
Par Jo Saavdhani Rakhe Wahi Samajdaar H
Koi Waqt Ka To Koi Khushiyo Ka Talabgaar H
Najre Bhicha Kar Betha Hai Har Koyi,
Sabhi Ko Diwali K En Palo Ka Intezaar H
Jee Lo Inhe Fir Na Kahna Agle Saal Ka Intezaar H.


***** Diwali Shayari in Hindi *****

Baag Ki Baat Sirf Maali Hi Samjhe,
Phoolo Ka Dard Jhuki Daali Hi Samjhe
Duniya Walo Ne Bhi Kya Reet Banayi Hai
Diye Ka Dil Jale Or Log Use Diwali Samjhe.


***** Deepavali Shayari *****

Har Bacche K Chehre Pe Dikhe Ronak,
Aur Bado K Chehre Pe Lali Honi Chahiye,
Koyi Bhi Shakhs Naa Ruthe Es Baar,
Kisi Ki Bhi Jeb Naa Khali Honi Chahiye,
Sirf Ameero Ki Nahi Es Baar,
Garibo Ki B Aankhe Matwali Honi Chahiye,
Dilli Hi Nahi Sahib..Es Baar,
Desh Ka Har Kona Har Basti Dilwali Honi Chahiye,
Es Baar Masjido Me Deep Jalne Chahiye
Es Baar Mandiro Me Kavvali Honi Chahiye,
Logo Ki Toh Bahut Dekhi Hain Humne,
Es Baar ‘Majhabo Ki Diwali’ Honi Chahiye
Happy Diwali To All Of You.


***** Happy Deepavali 2017 Shayari *****

Roshan Ho Deepak Or Sara Jag Jagmagaye
Liye Sath Sita Maiyya Ko Ram Ji Hain Aaye
Har Shehar Yu Lage Mano Ayodhya Ho
Aao Har Dwar Har Gali Har Mod Pe Hm Deep Jalaye.
Shubh Deepavali 2017


***** Happy Diwali 2017 Shayari *****

It’S The “Festival Of Lights” Today,
It’S Again The Day Of Diwali,
It’S Time To Dress Up Folks,
It’S Time To Adorn The Thali.
Wish You Very Happy Diwali


***** Diwali Shayari Photos *****

Diyon Ki Roshni Se Jhilmilata Aangan Ho,
Patakhon Ki Goonjo Se Aasman Roshan Ho,
Aisi Aaye Jhoom Ke Yeh Diwali,
Har Taraf Kushiyon Ka Mausam Ho.
Diwali Ki Shubh Kamnayein.


***** Deepavali Shayari Photos *****

The Gorgeous Festival Of Snacks And Sweets
Everyone Enjoying A Royal Feast
When Old And Young With Delight Meet
And With Love And Affection Do All Hearts Beat.
Wishing You Happy Diwali.


***** 2017 Deepavali Shayari *****

Diwali K Deepak Jag-Magaye Apke Aangan Me,
Saat Rang Saaje Es Saal Aap Ke Aangan Mein,
Aaya Hain Yeh Tyohaar Kushiyan Leke,
Har Kushi Saaje Es Saal Aapke Aangan Mein,
Roshni Se Ho Roshan Har Lamha Aap Ka,
Har Roshni Saaje Es Saal Aapke Aangan Mein,
Dua Hum Karte Hain Aap Salamat Rahe,
Har Dua Saaje Es Saal Aap Ke Aangan Mein.
Happy Deepavali 2017


***** Happy Diwali 2017 Shayari *****

Diwali Is The Festival Of Joy,
Let Us Welcome Our Prince Lord Rama
With Rangoli, Diyas And Candles
Happy Diwali To You And Your Family.


***** Deepavali 2017 Hindi Shayari *****

May The Holy Trinity Of
Shiv, Vishnu And Brahma
Bless Your And Your Family And
Laxmi Fill Your Home With Love,
Peace And Prosperity!
Wish You A Very Happy Diwali!


***** 2017 Diwali Hindi Shayari *****

Open Your Doors To The Footsteps Of Lakshmi,
Open Your Mind To The Wisdom Of Ganesha
And Open Your Inbox For The Wishes From A Friend.
Sending You Loads Of Hugs And Goodwill.
A Very Happy And Memorable Diwali To You All!


***** Shayari for Diwali 2017 *****

Diwali Ke Din Ajeeb Baat Ho Gayi,
Wo Baat Kuch Khas Aise Ho Gayi,
Ek Haseena Se Mulakaat Ho Gayi,
Muskaan Uski Mujhko Bha Gayi,
Jalta Diya Hath Me Liye Pass Aayi,
Mubarak Ho Diwali Keh K Wo Gayi,
Uski Meethi Aawaz Lubha Si Gayi,
Kaano Mein Mishri Ghul Si Gayi,
Khusbu Hawa Me Bikher Si Gayi,
Mujh Pe Jaadu Sa Chala Hi Gayi,
Aankho Me Surma Lagayi Huyi,
Baalo Ko Phoolo Se Sajayi Huyi,
Aanchal Hawa Mein Lehraati Huyi,
Sapne Naye Naye Dikha Si Gayi,
Dil Mein Pyar Ki Low Jala Ke Gayi,
Diwali Meri Roshan Wo Kar Gayi.


***** Deepavali Hindi Shayari *****

Iss Diwali Pe Hamari Dua Hai Ki,
Apka Har Sapnna Pura Ho,
Duniya Ke Unche Mukam Apke Ho,
Shoharat Ki Bulandiyon Par Naam Apka Ho.
Happy Diwali 2017


***** Shayari for Deepavali *****

Jese Diye Baati Ka Rishta Hota Hai,
Wesa Rishta Bana Lete Hai,
Ban Jaye Ek Duje Ke Liye,
Or Is Diwali Ko Khushiyo Se Saza Lete Hai.
Happy Diwali Dear.


***** Diwali Funny Shayari *****

Dosto Se Har Lamhe Me Diwali Hai,
Dosti Ki Ye Dunia Diwani Hai,
Dosto Ke Bina Jindgi Bekar Hai,
Dosto Se Hi To Jindgi Me Bahar Hai,
Happy Diwali 2017


***** Deepavali Funny Shayari *****

Aaj Se Aap Ke Yaha Dhan Ki Barsat Ho,
Maa Laxmi Ka Vas Ho, Sankatto Ka Nash Ho,
Har Dil Par Aapka Raj Ho,
Unnati Ka Sar Par Taj Ho, Ghar Me Shanti Ka Vas Ho.
Happy Diwali


***** Diwali Shayari in Hindi *****

Asi Vang Musafra Tur Jaana,
Teri Mehfil Saada Aabad Rahe,
Avein Do Char Athroo Fer Lavi,
Je Asi Tainu Kade Yaad Rahe Happy Diwali 2017


***** Deepavali Shayari in Hindi *****

Pal Pal Sunhare Fool Khile,
Kabhi Na Ho Kaanto Ka Saamna,
Jindagi Aapki Khushiyo Se Bhari Rahe,
Dipawali Par Humaari Yahi Shubhkaamna.
Happy Diwali.


***** Hindi Diwali 2017 Shayari *****

Jyot Se Jyot Jalate Huye Chalo,
Pyar Ki Ganga Bahate Huye Chalo,
Raah Me Aaye Jo Bhi Deen Dukhi,
Sabhi Ko Gale Se Lagate Huye Chalo.
Happy Diwali


***** Hindi Deepavali 2017 Shayari *****

Aag Ki Baat Sirf Maali Hi Samjhe,
Phoolo Ka Dard Jhuki Daali Hi Samjhe,
Duniya Walo Ne Bhi Kya Reet Banayi Hai,
Diye Ka Dil Jale Or Log Use Diwali Samjhe.
Happy Diwali


***** Happy Diwali 2017 Shayari *****

Ajse Aapke Yahan Rupiyo Ki Barsat Ho,
Maa Laxmi Ka Vass Ho,
Sankaton Ka Nash Ho,
Har Dil Pe Apka Raj Ho,
Unnati Ka Sar Pe Taj Ho.


***** Happy Deepavali 2017 Shayari *****

Diwali Ki Light, Karay Sab Ko Delight,
Pakro Masti Ki Flight Aur, Dhoom Machao All Night.
Happy Diwali.


***** Shayari for Diwali 2017 *****

Lakhsmi Ka Hath Ho,
Saraswathi Ka Sath Ho,
Ganesha Ka Niwas Ho,
Aapke Jeevan Mai Prakash Hi Prakash Ho.
Happy Diwali.


***** Shayari for Deepavali 2017 *****

Massaa Mout Mangi Si Rabb Kolo,
Ik Hor Musibbat Pai Gayi A,
Sajjan Milan Da Vaada Kar Gaye,
Saanu Umar Vadhouni Pai Gayi A.


***** 2017 Diwali Shayari *****

Apako Ashirwad Milai Ganesh Se.
Vidya Mile Saraswati Se. Daulat Mile Laxmi Se.
Khushiya Mile Rab Se. Pyaar Mile Sab Se.
Yahi Duwa Hai Is Dil Se.


***** 2017 Deepavali Shayari *****

Dhamako Ki Starting,
Patakho Ki Bauchar, Suraj Ki Kirane,
Apno Ka Pyaar,
Mubaar Ho Aapko Dipawali Ka Tyuhaar,
Jiwan Main Ho Khushiya Apar.


***** Hindi Diwali Shayari 2017 *****

Diwali Pe Tum Khushiya Khub Manana,
Meri Koi Bat Buri Lagi Ho To Ose Dil Se Mitaana.
Hum Intezaar Karege Tumhara. Happy Diwali.


***** Hindi Deepavali Shayari 2017 *****

Ajse Aapke Yahan Rupiyo Ki Barsat Ho,
Maa Laxmi Ka Vass Ho, Sankaton Ka Nash Ho,
Har Dil Pe Apka Raj Ho, Unnati Ka Sar Pe Taj Ho.


***** Best Shayari for 2017 Diwali*****

Diwali Tum Bhi Manaate Ho,
Diwali Hum Bhi Manaate Hai,
Bus Farq Sirf Itnaa Hai Ki,
Hum Diye Jalaate Hai,
Aur Tum Dil Jalaate Ho.
Happy Diwali.


***** Best Shayari for 2017 Deepavali *****

Koyee Majaburi Nahi, Dil Kare To Yaad Karna,
Risto Bhid Se Furasat, Mile To Yad Karna,
Hai Duwa Ki Har Khushi Ho Nasib Tujhe,
Phir Bhi Kabhi Aakhe Bhar Aayee To, Hame Yaad Karna.
Happy Diwali.


***** Diwali Shayari Images *****

Diwali Parva Hai Khushio Ka, Ujalo Ka,
Laxmi Ka Is Diwali Aapki Jindagi Khushio Se Bhari Ho,
Duniya Ujalo Se Roshan Ho,
Ghar Par Maa Laxmi Ka Aagman Ho.Happy Diwali.


***** Deepavali Shayari Images *****

Dosto Se Har Lamhe Me Diwali Hai,
Dosti Ki Ye Dunia Diwani Hai,
Dosto Ke Bina Jindgi Bekar Hai,
Dosto Se Hi To Jindgi Me Bahar Hai…Happy Diwali.


***** Deepavali Shayari *****

Koyee Majaburi Nahi,Dil Kare To Yaad Karna,
Risto Bhid Se Furasat,Mile To Yad Karna,
Hai Duwa Ki Har Khushi Ho Nasib Tujhe,
Phir Bhi Kabhi Aakhe Bhar Aayee To,
Hame Yaad Karna……..Happy Diwali.


***** Diwali Shayari *****

Charo Or Diya Jalao,
Apne Ghar Ko Khoob Sajao,
Aj Ki Raat Patakhe Jalao,
Diwali Ko Achi Tarah Manao.
Happy Diwali 2017


***** Diwali Hindi Shayari *****

Pal Pal Sunhare Fool Khile,
Kabhi Na Ho Kaanto Ka Saamna,
Jindagi Aapki Khushiyo Se Bhari Rahe,
Dipawali Par Humaari Yahi Shubhkaamna.
Happy Diwali…. !!


***** Deepavali Hindi Shayari *****

Aaj Se Aap Ke Yaha Dhan Ki Barsat Ho,
Maa Laxmi Ka Vas Ho, Sankatto Ka Nash Ho,
Har Dil Par Aapka Raj Ho, Unnati Ka Sar Par Taj Ho,
Ghar Me Shanti Ka Vas Ho.
Happy Diwali.


***** Best Shayari for Diwali *****

Aapke Life Mein Mithaas Ho Cadbury Jaisy,
Rounak Ho Asian Paints Jaise, Mehak Ho Axe Jaise,
Tazgi Ho Colgate Jaisy, Aur Tension-Free Rahe Huggies Jaisy.
Happy Diwali.


***** Best Deepavali Shayari *****

Roshan Ho Deepak Sara Jag Jagmagaye,
Liye Sath Sita Maiyya Ko Ram Jee Hain Aaye,
Har Shehar Yu Lage Mano Ayodhya Ho,
Aao Har Dwar Har Gali Har Mod Pe Hum Deep, Jalaye.
Happy Diwali.


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Best Happy Diwali Status for Whatsapp 2017

Happy Diwali Status for Whatsapp 2017: – Hello Friends, Are You Ready For Celebrating India One Of The Biggest Festivals. Hope You All Know That Now We Are Talking About The Diwali Festival. Diwali Is A Very Big Festival That Is Celebrated All Over The India. In The Occasion Of Diwali, We Worship Maa Lakshmi Goddess, Ganesha, Kuber And Lord Rama. Now Wish Your Friends And Worship Maa Lakshmi And Enjoy This Festival In A Wonderful And Safe Way. Here We Are Providing You All Visitors Our Latest And Advance Deepawali 2017 Whatsapp Status And Diwali Status. So Use These All Diwali Status 2017 And Wish Your Friends In A Best And New Way.

Diwali Is A Festival That Is Known As Their Another Name Deepawali. Deepawali Is A Five-Day Festival That Is Celebrated In The Month Of October And November. In This Year We Will Celebrate Diwali 2017 On This 11Th November. This Is A Festival When All Scholls, Colleges, Government Offices Remain Closed. In This Day All Students Go Their Home And Celebrate This Festival With Their Family And Relatives.

If You Are Doing Plan To Wish Your Friends In Advance. Then You Can Use These All Diwali Status And Happy Diwali Wishes for Friends. This Is The Best Way To Wish Your Friends A Very Happy Diwali In Advance. As You Know We Celebrate This Day Because On This Day Lord Rama Was Returning To Their Home Ayodhya After Their Fourteen-Year Exile. So We Celebrate This Festival After That Day. In This Day We Clean Our Home And Decorate Our Home. Thanks, And Use These Advance Deepawali Status or Diwali Status for Whatsapp To Wish Your Friends.

 

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Happy Diwali Status for Whatsapp 2017

 

1) This Diwali. Un-Available.!

2) Happy Full Glow Diwali Dosto..

3) May This Diwali Be As Bright As Ever.

4) Test The Light And Get Ready For Night.

5) May Peace Transcend The Earth. Happy Diwali.

6) Wishing U And Ur Family A Very “Happy Diwali”.

7) May Peace Transcend The Bridge. Happy Diwali 2017

8) No Facebook No Wahatsapp…Becoz Diwali Days Is Up.

9) May Peace Transcend The Bridge- Happy Diwali 2017

10) May Peace Transcend The Bridge- Happy Diwali 2017.

11) Give Out Children A Green Future. Say No To Fireworks.

12) Lamp Is Lighting And Bulb Is Glowing, What Are You Doing…

13) D-Diya, I-Ishwar, W-Worship, A-Auspicious, L-Light, I-Indian.

14) Candle Nhi To Kya Hum Dil Se Deep Jalayenge..Happy Deepawali..

15) On This Diwali, Avoid Saying This To Terrorist: “Have A Blast”

16) May The Beauty Of Diwali Season Fill Your Home With Happiness..

17) May You All Attain The Inexhaustible Spiritual Wealth Of The Self.

18) Wishing You A Year Rich With Wisdom, Light And Love.. Happy Diwali

19) May The Beauty Of Deepavali Season Fill Your Home With Happiness..

20) Wishing You A Year Rich With Wisdom, Light And Love.. Happy Diwali

21) Wishing You A Year Rich With Wisdom, Light, And Love… Happy Diwali

22) May You All Attain The Inexhaustible Spiritual Wealth Of The Self..

23) Let This Diwali Burn All Your Bad Times And Enter You In Good Times.

24) Don’T Act Mean, Go Green. Celebrate An Eco Friendly Diwali This Year.

25) Fire A Flowerpot Of Happiness!Wish U And Your Family “Sparkling Diwali”.

26) Light A Lamp Of Love! Blast A Chain Of Sorrow!Shoot A Rocket Of Prosperity!

27) Have A Crackling Diwali. May This Season Bring Good Luck And Happiness To U.

28) May The Festival Of Lights Brighten Up You And Your Near And Dear Ones Lives

29) May You All Prosper Gloriously On The Material As Well As Spiritual Planes..

30) May The Festival Of Lights Brighten Up You And Your Near And Dear Ones Lives

31) May You All Prosper Gloriously On The Material As Well As Spiritual Planes..

32) Your Sparkling Presence Added A Glow To My Diwali…Making Each Moment Special…

33) May You Live Your Life Like The Festival Of Diwali, Happy Healthy And Wealthy.

34) Instead Of Brusting A Pataka, Date A Pataka & Celebrate An Eco-Friendly Diwali

35) I’M Maachis And You’Re Pataka, Together We Are And It Will Be Double Dhamaka!!!

36) Hope This Diwali Brings Contentment To Your Life Along With The Key To Success.

37) Life With You Is Like Diwali, So Lets Promise To Be Together Like This Forever.

38) Wish You And Your Family A Bombastic Diwali, Have Loads Of Fun And Loads Of Fun.

39) May You All Attain The Inexhaustible Spiritual Wealth Of The Self, Happy Diwali.

40) I’M Maachis And You’Re Pataka, Together We Are And It Will Be Double Dhamaka…!!!

41) You Are Invited To The Festival Of Diwali Of This World And Your Life Is Blessed.

42) The Festival Of Lights Is Just Around The Corner Wish You All A Very Happy Diwali.

43) If U Want To Become A Great Man In The World. Spend Your Life Like A Diwali Diyas.

44) Wish You And Your Family A Bombastic Diwali, Have Loads Of Fun And Loads Of Masti.

45) The Festival Of Lights Is Just Around The Corner Wish You All A Very Happy Diwali.

46) Don’T Let The Shadows Of Yesterday Spoil The Sunshine Of Tomorrow. Live For Today.

47) The Festival Of Lights Is Just Around The Corner Wish You All A Very Happy Diwali.

48) If U Want To Become A Great Man In The World. Spend Your Life Like A Diwali Diyas.

49) Before You Light Up Your Candles And Diyas, Allow Me To Wish You A Happy ‪‎Diwali‬.

50) Rejoice On This Blessed Occasion By Spreading Joy With Your Friends And Loved Ones.

51) The Festival Of Lights Is Just Around The Corner Wish You All A Very Happy Diwali..

52) Rejoice On This Blessed Occasion By Spreading Joy With Your Friends And Loved Ones.

53) Lets Fill Our Home With Prayers And Lights Not With Fumes And Crackers – Happy Diwali

54) Let This Diwali Burn All Your Bad Times And Enter You In Good Times. Happy Deepavali.

55) May The Blessings, Prosperity And Wealth Grow In Your Life Like The Whatsapp Sharing. 

56) The Festival Of Lights Is Just Around The Corner, Wishing You All A Very Happy Diwali..

57) Let’S Fill Our Home With Prayers And Lights, Not With Fumes And Crackers – Happy Diwali.

58) May Your Life Be Filled With As Much Happiness As There Are Crackers Lighting Up The Sky.

59) Green Diwali – Let’S Fill Our Homes With Prayers And Lights, Not With Fumes And Crackers.

60) Lets Fill Our Home With Prayers And Lights Not With Fumes And Crackers. Happy Green Diwali

61) The Festival Of Lights Is Just Around The Corner, Wishing You All A Very Happy Deepavali .

62) On This Diwali, I Am Sending You A Diya Of My Love, I Hope You Will Keep It Light Forever.

63) Let Me Make Your Diwali More Colorful With The Lights Of Wishes Of My Heart. Happy Diwali.

64) On This Diwali, I Am Sending You A Diya Of My Love, I Hope You Will Keep It Lighted Forver.

65) Let Me Make Your Diwali More Colorful With The Lights Of Wishes Of My Heart. Happy Diwali..

66) Lets Fill Our Home With Prayers And Lights Not With Fumes And Crackers – Happy Green Diwali

67) Let Me Make Your Diwali More Colorful With The Lights Of Wishes Of My Heart. Happy Diwali..

68) On This Diwali, I Am Sending You A Diya Of My Love, I Hope You Will Keep It Lighted Forver.

69) The Happiest Of Wishes For A Deepawali, That Will Be Happy In Every Way For Someone Like You.

70) Let’S Fill Our Home With Prayers And Light, Not With Fumes And Crackers – Happy Green Diwali.

71) May Millions Of Lamps Illuminate Ur Life With Endless Joy,Prosperity,Health And Wealth Forever.

72) Wish You And Your Family A Bombastic Diwali, Have Loads Of Fun And Loads Of Masti. Happy Diwali

73) May Millions Of Lamps Illuminate Ur Life With Endless Joy,Prosperity,Health And Wealth Forever.

74) May The Divine Light F Diwali Spread Into Your Life Peace, Prosperity, Happiness And Good Health.

75) Fortunate Is The One Who Has Learned To Admire, But Not To Envy. Good Wishes For A Joyous Diwali.

76) Diwali, The Most Desirable Festivals Of Terrorist, They Wish Each Other By Saying: “Have A Blast”

77) During This Festival Season, May Your Luck With Cards Stays By Your Side At All Times! Happy Diwali!

78) Sending You Smiles For Every Moment Of Your Special Day. Have A Wonderful Time And A Very Happy Diwali

79) Let The Divine Light Of ‪‎Diwali‬ Spread Into Ur Life Wit Peace, Prosperity And Happiness. Happy Diwali

80) Sending You Smiles For Every Moment Of Your Special Day. Have A Wonderful Time And A Very Happy Diwali.

81) Celebrate This Years Diwali With A Lot Of Fun And Frolic With Your Friends And Relatives. Happy Diwali .

82) On This Great Day I Wish You A Very Wonderful Happy Diwali And May God Help You Every Time In Your Life..

83) Diwali Night Is Full Of Lights, May Your Life Be Filled With Colors And Lights Of Happiness. Happy Diwali!

84) Light A Lamp Of Love! Blast A Chain Of Sorrow! Shoot A Rocket Of Prosperity! Fire A Flowerpot Of Happiness!

85) Diwali Night Is Full Of Lights, May Your Life Be Filled With Colors And Lights Of Happiness. Happy Diwali..

86) Life With You Is Like Diwali, So Lets Promise To Be Together Like This Forever. Wish You A Very Happy Diwali

87) With A Hope That You Attain Success And Bliss With Every Light That Is Lit On The Day Of Diwali –Happy Diwali

88) Life With You Is Like Diwali, So Lets Promise To Be Together Like This Forever. Wish You A Very Happy Diwali!

89) I Want To Send My Hearties Wishes On The “Special Occasion Of Diwali Festival Hope U Enjoy And Do Lots Of Fun.

90) May The Gift Of Happiness And Prosperity Fill Your Heart And Home With Joy On Diwali And Always.. Happy Diwali

91) With A Hope That You Attain Success And Bliss With Every Light That Is Lit On The Day Of Diwali –Happy Diwali.

92) Life With You Is Like Diwali, So Let’S Promise To Be Together Like This Forever. Wish You A Very Happy Diwali!

93) The Festival Of Light Is Full Of Delight And Let Me Double The Charm Of Your Diwali Night. Happy Diwali My Dear.

94) My Greeting To You For Happiness, Peace, Progress And Prosperity In Your Life..Enjoy And Celebrate… Happy Diwali.

95) Just Wanted To Wish A Little Sunshine Back Into The Heart Of Someone Who Gives It Away All Year Long. Happy Diwali!

96) It’S The Season To Pay A Visit To All Our Friends And Relations To Hand Them Over Sweets And Presents, Happy Diwali…

97) May The Light That We Celebrate At Diwali Show Us The Way And Lead Us Together On The Path Of Peace And Social Harmony.

98) Happy, Happy Diwali! I Hope The Day Has Been Blessed With The Presence Of Those You Love Most, And Many Magical Moments!

99) Eight For Your Bright Full Future Cracker For Your Demolish Of Your Failure, Rangoli For Your Colorful Life.Happy Diwali..

100) May The Festival Of Lights Encircle Your Life With Immense Joy And Happiness.Success Comes At Your Doorsteps. Happy Diwali.

101) This Diwali I Wish You Get A Lot Of Crackers But You Don’T Get A Match Box To Lit Them. Save Environment, So No To Crackers.

102) The True Spirit Of Diwali Is In The Light It Brings May The Diyas And Fireworks Brighten Your Life With Joy ! Happy Diwali !

103) It’S The “Festival Of Lights” Today, It’S Again The Day Of Diwali, It’S Time To Dress Up Folks,It’S Time To Adorn The Thali.

104) May The Beauty Of Deepavali Season Fill Your Home With Joy, And May The Coming Year Provide You With All That Bring You Joy!

105) On Diwali, I Wanted To Send You Wishes For A Year Filled With Prosperity, Health And Lots Of Fun! Hope You Have A Happy Diwali!

106) May The Goddess Lax Mi Bless You With Prosperity And Good Luck.Happy Dhanteras And Dipawali To U And Your Family.* Happy Diwali *.

107) Let Us Keep Diwali Holding It Close To Our Hearts For Its Meaning Never Ends And Its Spirit Is The Warmth Joy Of Remembering Friends.

108) The Truth Is That Existence Wants Your Life To Become A Festival Because When You Are Unhappy, You Also Throw Unhappiness All Around.

109) Paying Respects To The Gods,And Decorating For Them The Thali,This Is What The Occasion Is All About,This Is The Spirit Of Deepavali..

110) May The Beauty Of This Festival Of Lights, Fill Your Home With Happiness, Prosperity, Joy And Never Ending Success Stories. Happy Diwali 2017

111) May This Diwali Light Up New Dreams, Fresh Hopes, Undiscovered Avenues, Different Perspectives, Everything Bright, Beautiful And Fill Ur Days.

112) May The Glow Of Prosperity, Happiness And Joy Brighten Your Days In The Year Ahead. Aap Chand Ki Tarah Jagmagate Rahai. Happy Diwali. Happy Deepavali.

113) I Pray To God To Give U Shanti, Shakti, Sampati, Swarup, Saiyam, Saadgi, Safalta, Samridhi, Sanskar, Swaasth, Sanmaan, Saraswati, Aur Sneh. Shubh Diwali.

114) Dear All, Wish U And Your Family A Very Happy Diwali And Prosperous New Year. May God Fulfill All Your Wishes In Wealth, Health And Happiness In Your Life.

115) Today I Feel Gifted And Blessed That My Diwali Is Full Of Affection, Love, Celebrations As It Was Always. May God Always Keep His Blessings On Us Like This.

116) As You Celebrate This Holy Occasion, You Are Wished The Brightest Moments That Diwali Can Bring, Lots Of Love And Laughter To Fill Your Days With Cheer And A New Year That Is Sure To Bring You, The Best Of Everything.Happy Diwali!

 

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TOP Happy Diwali Quotes in English 2017

Diwali Quotes in English 2017: Now A Days Everybody Is Enjoying Diwali Festival Season Sale, Some Exciting Deals On Online Shopping Sites And Many More. But We Are Thinking About To Share Some Awesome Happy Diwali 2017 Quotes In English To Wish Happy Diwali To You And Your Family. You Can Find The Best Happy Diwali Quotes Here To Share It On Facebook, Whatsapp And Other Social Media. You Can Find Happy Diwali Quotes Photos, Diwali Pictures, Happy Diwali Images And Much More.

Diwali Quotes in English 2017

TOP Happy Diwali Quotes in English 2017

 

1) May This Diwali Be As Bright As Ever. Happy Diwali

2) May This Diwali Bring Joy, Health And Wealth To You. Happy Diwali

3) May The Beauty Of Deepavali Season Fill Your Home With Happiness.

4) Wishing You A Year Rich With Wisdom, Light And Love.. Happy Diwali

5) May You All Prosper Gloriously On The Material As Well As Spiritual Planes..

6) Have A Crackling Diwali. May This Season Bring Good Luck And Happiness To You!

7) You Are Invited To The Festival Of Diwali Of This World And Your Life Is Blessed.

8) May This Festival Of Lights Help You In Attaining Inner Illumination. Happy Diwali

9) Wish You And Your Family A Bombastic Diwali, Have Loads Of Fun And Loads Of Masti.

10) May This Diwali Bring In You The Most Brightest And Choicest Happiness. Happy Deepavali

11) Let Me Make Your Diwali More Colorful With The Lights Of Wishes Of My Heart. Happy Diwali..

12) Deepavali Main Deepo Ka Deedar, Bado Ka Pyar N Sabka Dular- Happy Diwali Hindi Whatsapp Status

13) 69. May The Festival Of Lights Brighten Up You And Your Near And Dear Ones Lives. Happy Diwali

14) May Millions Of Lamps Illuminate Your Life With Endless Joy, Prosperity, Health And Wealth Forever.

15) With Gleam Of Diyas & Das Echo Of Da Chants May Happiness & Contentment Fill Your Life. Happy Diwali.

16) Sending You Smiles For Every Moment Of Your Special Day. Have A Wonderful Time And A Very Happy Diwali!

17) Diwali Night Is Full Of Lights, May Your Life Be Filled With Colors And Lights Of Happiness. Happy Diwali!

18) Happy Diwali To You! May You Celebrate It Well. Surrounded By Family, Friends And Lots Of Love And Remember

19) Life With You Is Like Diwali, So Lets Promise To Be Together Like This Forever. Wish You A Very Happy Diwali

20) Happy Diwali To You! May You Celebrate It Well.Surrounded By Family,Friends,And Lots Of Love And Remember.. !

21) With A Hope That You Attain Success And Bliss With Every Light That Is Lit On The Day Of Diwali –Happy Diwali

22) Life With You Is Like Diwali, So Lets Promise To Be Together Like This Forever. Wish You A Very Happy Diwali!

23) May The Divine Light Of Diwali Spread Into Your Life Peace, Prosperity, Happiness And Good Health. Happy Diwali!

24) My Greeting To You For Happiness, Peace, Progress And Prosperity In Your Life. Enjoy And Celebrate Happy Diwali!

25) May Millions Of Lamps Illuminate Ur Life With Endless Joy, Prosperity, Health & Wealth Forever. Happy Deepavali.

26) Like The Fire Works Sparkling In The Sky May Your Each Day Glow With Joy And Be Bright With Smiles. Happy Diwali!

27) May The Goddess Laxmi Bless You With Prosperity And Good Luck. Happy Dhanteras And Dipawali To You And Your Family!

28) Warm Diwali Wish For Every Happiness May This Day Fill Your Life With Happiness And Bring To You Joy And Prosperity.

29) May The Light That We Celebrate At Diwali Show Us The Way And Lead Us Together On The Path Of Peace And Social Harmony.

30) Happy, Happy Diwali! I Hope The Day Has Been Blessed With The Presence Of Those You Love Most, And Many Magical Moments!

31) May Goddess Lakshmi And Lord Ganesha Bless You With Happiness, Progress And Prosperity, On Diwali And In The Year Ahead.

32) The Truth Is That Existence Wants Your Life To Become A Festival Because When You Are Unhappy, You Also Throw Unhappiness All Around.

33) Let Us Keep Diwali Holding It Close 2 Our Hearts For Its Meaning Never Ends And Its Spirit Is The Warmth And Joy Of Remembering Friends

34) Fortunate Is The One Who Has Learned To Admire, But Not To Envy. Good Wishes For A Joyous Diwali With A Plenty Of Peace And Prosperity.

35) Let Us Keep Diwali Holding It Close To Our Hearts For Its Meaning Never Ends And Its Spirit Is The Warmth And Joy Of Remembering Friends

36) On This Auspicious Festival Of Lights, May The Glow Of Joy, Prosperity And Happiness Illuminate Your Days In The Year Ahead. Happy Diwali

37) I Wish U The Glow Of Joys And Happiness Spread In Ur Life And Illuminate The Every Dark Area To Make U Blissful And Contented. Shubh Diwali!

38) May The Beauty Of This Festival Of Lights, Fill Your Home With Happiness, Prosperity, Joy And Never Ending Success Stories- Happy Diwali 2017

39) May The Beauty Of This Deepavali Fill Your Home With Happiness And May The Coming Year Provide You With All That Brings You Joy! Happy Diwali…

40) May The Joy, Cheer, Mirth And Merriment Of This Divine Festival Surround You Forever. May The Happiness, That This Season Brings Happy Deepavali…..

41) This Diwali, Let’S Make Our Lives As Beautiful And Bright As The Night Sky Filled With The Brightness And Light Of A Thousand Fireworks. Happy Diwali.

42) Diyas Are God’S Way Of Telling Us That There Will Always Be Light To Drive Away Darkness. May The Light Of Diyas Spread Joy To Your Life. Happy Diwali.

43) Wishing You Good Health, More Wealth, Peace Love, Fame This Diwali. Hope This Diwali Enlightens Your Home And Heart With Peace And Serenity. Happy Diwali

44) I Pray To God To Give U Shanti, Shakti, Sampati, Swarup, Saiyam, Saadgi, Safalta, Samridhi, Sanskar, Swaasth, Sanmaan, Saraswati, Aur Sneh. Shubh Diwali..

45) Maa Laxmi Will Come To Your House And Will Shower Her Blessings Upon You, Remember To Keep Your Doors Open And Decorate Them With Lots Of Lights And Flowers.

46) It Is Time To Feel Good, Time For Reunion, Time To Share Happiness, Time To Feel Being Loved, Time To Show Your Love, Time To Live For Others And Time To Wish For Peace.

47) May The Supreme Light Enlighten Your Understanding, May You Acquire The Inexhaustible Spiritual Wealth Of The Inner-Self, May You Prosper Gloriously On The Material As Well As Spirit

48) This Diwali, May You Be Blessed With Good Fortune As Long As Ganeshji’S Trunk, Wealth And Prosperity As Big As His Stomach, Happiness As Sweet As His Ladoos And May Your Trouble Be As Small As His Mouse. Happy Diwali!

49) May The Joy, Cheer, Mirth And Merriment Of This Divine Festival Surround You Forever. May The Happiness, That This Season Brings, Brighten Your Life And Hope The Year Brings You Luck And Fulfills All Your Dearest Dreams! Happy Diwali.

 

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Diwali SMS in English, Diwali Messages in English 2017

Diwali SMS in English 2017: After Rangoli Images & Diwali Status, Today We are going to Share TOP Diwali SMS in English with You. Happy Diwali 2017 is Coming 19th October 2017. So Here We are Sharing the Collection of Best Diwali SMS in English with You.

Diwali SMS Messaegs in English

Diwali SMS in English, Diwali Messages in English

 

This Diwali I Am Sending You Cash:
C-Care
A-Affection
S-Smiles
H-Hugs
Happy Diwali 2017


With My 1 Heart, 2 Eyes
7 Liter Blood, 206 Bones,
4.5 Million Red Cells 60 Trillion 
D N A’S All Wishing You A
Very Happy Deepavali


Hope This Day Will Be:
D-Elightful,
I-Mmaculate,
W-Onderful,
A-Mazing,
L-Asting,
I-Ncredible
For U. Happy Diwali


0 Days
312 Hours
18720 Mins…
1123200 Seconds
Are Left. I Think I Am The First Person To
Wish U Happy Diwali.


Relationship Don’t Shine By Shaking Hands In Best Time.
Bt It Blossoms By Holding Hands Firmly In Critical Situations!
Happy Diwali N Prosperous New Year.


Blast Away Your Day Coz Its Diwali And Have A Crackling Time.
You Are Invited To The Festival Of This World And Your Life Is Blessed.
Let This Diwali Burn All Your Bad Times And Enter You In Good Times.
Life With You Is Like Diwali, So Let’s Promise To Be Together Like This Forever.


The Sweet Smell Of Flowers
The Array Of Colors
Diwali Is Here
Firecrackers Are Heard
Candles Are Lit
Presents Are Given
We Pray To The Gods
Diwali Is Here.
Happy Diwali


A Warm Diwali Wish For Every Happiness.
May The Warmth That Is A Part Of This Auspicious Occasion,
Fill Your Life With Happiness And Bring To You Joy And Prosperity, For The Whole Year.


May The Joy, Cheer,
Mirth And Merriment
Of This Divine Festival
Surround You Forever.
May The Happiness,
That This Season Brings
Brighten Your Life
And, Hope The Year
Bring You Luck And
Fulfills All Your Dearest Dreams!
Happy Deepavali…


 

Lets Celebrate The Auspicious Day Of Diwali With Fun And Frolic
May This Bright Day Bring Bountiful Bliss And Joy In Your Life
Heres Sending Wishes To You On This Diwali.


With Gleam Of Diyas,
And The Echo Of The Chants,
May Happiness And Contentment Fill Your Life!
Wishing You A Very Happy And Prosperous Diwali!!!


May The Divine Light Of Diwali Spread In Your Life
Fill It With Peace, Prosperity, Happiness And Good Health
Happy Deepawali


It Is Time To Feel Good, Time For Reunion, Time To Share Happiness,
Time To Feel Being Loved, Time To Show Your Love,
Time To Live For Others And Time To Wish For Peace.
Happy Diwali


Light A Lamp Of Love! Blast A Chain Of Sorrow!
Shoot A Rocket Of Prosperity!
Fire A Flowerpot Of Happiness!
Wish U And Your Family Sparkling Diwali.


Before The Golden Sun Rise,
Let Me Decorate Each Of The Rays
With Wishes Of Success And
Happiness 4 U And 4 Ur Family.
Happy Diwali Wishes


Light A Lamp Of Love!
Blast A Chain Of Sorrow!
Shoot A Rocket Of Prosperity!
Fire A Flowerpot Of Happiness!
Wish U And Your Family A Sparkling Diwali


The Gorgeous Festival Of Snacks And Sweets
Everyone Enjoying A Royal Feast
When Old And Young With Delight Meet
With Love And Affection Do All Hearts Beat.
Happy Deepavali


We Meditate On The Glory Of The Creator;
Who Has Created The Universe,
Who Is Worthy Of Worship
Who Is The Embodiment Of Knowledge And Light;
Who Is The Remover Of All Sin And Ignorance.
May He Enlighten Our Intellect.
Happy Diwali


Diwali Wishes Message In English Diwali Quotes In English

When You Can Make Someone Else Smile
When You Can Be Someones Ally
Thats When You Can Yourself Be Glad
Thats When Youll Have A Happy Diwali!


May The Beauty Of Deepavali Season,
Fill Your Home With Happiness, Prosperity And Good Fortune.
And May The Coming Year Bring You A Lot Of Joy!
Happy Deepavali


On This Auspicious
Festival Of Lights
May The Glow Of Joys
Prosperity And Happiness
Illuminate Your Days
In The Year Ahead
Happy Diwali


May Millions Of Lamps Illuminate Your Life
With Endless Joy, Prosperity, Health & Wealth Forever
Wishing You And Your Family A Very
Happy Diwali


The Sweet Smell Of Flowers
The Array Of Colors
Diwali Is Here
Firecrackers Are Heard
Candles Are Lit
Children Play
Presents Are Given
We Pray To The Gods
Diwali Is Here.


A Festival Full Of Sweet Childhood Memories,
Sky Full Of Fireworks,
Mouth Full Of Sweets,
House Full Of Diyas And Heart Full Of Joy,
Wishing You All A Very Happy Diwali!


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Happy Diwali Whatsapp DP Profile Pictures For Facebook Whatsapp 2017

Happy Diwali Whatsapp DP Profile Pictures For Facebook Whatsapp: – Now Celebrate Hindu Culture Very Big Festival Deepawali With Your Family, Relatives, And Friends. Diwali Is A Festival That Is Also Known As Deepawali. We Celebrate This Festival Every Year In The Month Of October-November. Now Here We Have Best Diwali Whatsapp DP For Facebook Whatsapp. Diwali Is A Festival That Is Celebrated Five Days. In The Occasion Of Diwali, We Worship Maa Lakshmi And Goddess Ganesha. This Festival Is Celebrated Because In This Day Goddess Ram Returns Their Home After Their 14-Years Exile. When Lord Rama’S Return To His Kingdom Ayodhya, Then All Ayodhya Peoples Burn Candle And Diyas Around The Ayodhya. So We Also Celebrate This Festival In Our Old Culture Ruler Way.Now Use These All Happy Diwali Whatsapp DP Profile Picture For Facebook Whatsapp 2017. This Is The Best Way To Wish Your Friends On This Occasion Of Diwali. Now Days Social Media Sites Are A Very Popular Way To Wish Any Occasion To Your Friends And Relatives.

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Diwali Pooja, Lakshmi Pooja 2017

Diwali Pooja, Lakshmi Pooja 2017: – Though in major parts of India Diwali is associated with the worship of Laksmi and Ganesh the practice differs from region to region. For instance in the North Ram is worshiped with great fanfare at this time. Also many in the North worship Govardhana, the hillock in Braj, on this occasion. In Bengal Goddess Kali, a form of Durga and a consort of Shiva is worshiped with pomp and grandeur.

A glimpse of all these rites performed across the nation:

Diwali Pooja Lakhmi Pooja 2017

  • Dhanteras and Lakshmi Puja:

Though the celebration of Diwali spans over four days in some parts of the country, as in the western India, the curtain for the period of the celebration is raised with Dhanteras or Dhantrayodashi which falls on the thirteenth day of the month of Kartik. The word “Dhan” means wealth. As such this day of the Diwali 2017 festival has a great importance for the rich mercantile community of Western India. Houses and Business premises are renovated and decorated. Entrances are made colorful with lovely traditional motifs of Rangoli designs to welcome the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. To indicate her long-awaited arrival, small footprints are drawn with rice flour and vermilion powder all over the houses. Lamps are kept burning all through the nights. Believing this day to be auspicious women purchase some gold or silver or at least one or two new utensils. “Lakshmi-Puja” is performed in the evenings when tiny diyas of clay are lighted to drive away the shadows of evil spirits. “Bhajans”-devotional songs- in praise of Goddess Lakshmi are sung and “Naivedya” of traditional sweets is offered to the Goddess. There is a peculiar custom in Maharashtra to lightly pound dry coriander seeds with jaggery and offer as Naivedya.

 

  • In villages, cattles are adorned and worshiped by farmers as they form the main source of their income. In South, cows are offered special veneration as they are supposed to be the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi and therefore they are adorned and worshiped on this day.

 

  • The pre-Diwali day is of great importance to the rich community of western India Houses and Business premises are renovated and decorated. Entrances are made colorful with lovely traditional motifs of Rangoli designs to welcome Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. To indicate her long-awaited arrival, small footprints are drawn with rice flour and vermilion powder all over the houses. Lamps are kept burning all through the nights. Believing this day to be auspicious women purchase some gold or silver or at least one or two new utensils.

 

  • Lakshmi-Puja is performed in the evenings when tiny diyas of clay are lighted to drive away the shadows of evil spirits, devotional songs- in praise of Goddess Laxmi are sung and Naivedya of traditional sweets is offered to the Goddess.

 

  • Diwali Pooja or Deepavali Pooja:

The day of Amavasya or the new moon which usually falls on the 15th day of the month of Kartik as per Indian lunar calendar sees the hub of the week long festive period. Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped as it is believed that on this day Goddess Lakshmi would be in her benevolent mood and would fulfill all the wishes of her devotees. One version says that it was on this day Goddess Lakshmi emerged from Kshira Sagara when the Gods and demons were churning the ocean world for raising of Amrita, the mythical elixir of life.

  • On this day there is a traditional practice especially in Maharashtra of taking bath before sunrise with oil and “Uptan” (paste) of gram flour and fragrant powders.

 

  • There is a peculiar custom in Maharashtra to lightly pound dry coriander seeds with jaggery and offer as Naivedya In villages, cattle’s are adorned and worshiped by farmers as they form the main source of their income. In South, cows are offered special veneration as they are supposed to be the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi and therefore they are adorned and worshiped on this day.

 

  • In South India, that victory of the divine over the mundane is celebrated in a very peculiar way. People wake up before sunrise prepare blood by mixing Kumkum in oil and after breaking a bitter fruit that represents the head of the demon King that was smashed by Krishna, apply that mixture on their foreheads. Then they have an oil bath using sandalwood paste.

 

  • Govardhan-Puja:

is also performed in the North on the next day that follows the day of Diwali. It is the first day of the following fortnight of the full moon. This day is also observed as Annakoot meaning mountain of food. In temples especially in Mathura and Nathadwara, the deities are given milk bath, dressed in shining attires with ornaments of dazzling diamonds, pearls, rubies and other precious stones. After the prayers and traditional worship, innumerable varieties of delicious sweets are offered to the deities as “Bhog” and then the devotees approach and take Prasad.
In many Hindu homes, it is a custom for the wife to put the red mark of Tilak ( made up of vermillion powder pasted with oil) on the forehead of her husband, Garland him and does his “Aarathi” with a prayer for his long life. In appreciation of all the tender care that the wife showers on him, the husband gives her a costly gift. This Gudi Padwa is symbolic of love and devotion between the wife and husband. On this day newly married daughters with their husbands are invited for special meals and given presents.

 

  • Bhayya Duj:

The festival of Diwali is not complete without yet another festival, known by the name of “Bhayya-Duj” in the Hindi-speaking belt, “Bhav–Bij” in the Marathi-speaking communities, “Bhai Phota” to the Bengalees and in Nepal by the name of “Bhai-Tika”. It is observed on the second day following Diwali or the new moon. As the legend goes Yamraj, the God of Death visited his sister Yami on this particular day. She put the auspicious tilak on his forehead, garlanded him and led him with special dishes and both of them together ate the sweets, talked and enjoyed themselves to their heart’s content, while partying Yamraj gave her a special gift as a token of his love and in return Yami also gave him a lovely gift which she had made with her own hands. That day Yamraj announced that anyone who receives tilak from his sister will never be thrown. That is why this day of Bhayyaduj is also known by the name of “Yama-Dwitiya” Since then this day is being observed as a symbol of love between sisters and brothers. It became also imperative for the brother to go to his sister’s house to celebrate Bhayya-duj.

 

  • Kali Puja:

Also, falls at this time, widely celebrated in Bengal.

 

 

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Diwali Celebration Around the World 2017

Diwali Celebration Around the World 2017: This DIWALI 2017 which leads us into Truth and Light is celebrated on a nation-wide scale on Naraka chathurthasi day just on the dawn of Ammavaasa during the Hindu month of Aippasi Month in Tamil Language (Aaso/Aasvayuja/Asvina Months in the Hindi language) every year. It symbolizes that age-old culture of our country which teaches us to vanquish ignorance that subdues humanity and to drive away the darkness that engulfs the light of knowledge. DIWALI, the festival of lights even to-day in this modern world projects the rich and glorious past of our country and teaches us to uphold the true values of life.

  • The word “DIWALI” is the corruption of the Sanskrit word “Deepavali” — Deepa meaning light and Avali, meaning a row. It means a row of lights and indeed illumination forms its main attraction. Every home – lowly or mighty – the hut of the poor or the mansion of the rich – is alit with the orange glow of twinkling diyas-small earthen lamps – to welcome Lakshmi, Goddess of wealth and prosperity. Multi-coloured Rangoli (the design of the background of this page is of Rangoli, also people are drawn with rice flour on the grounds into their house, rangoli) designs, floral decorations, and fireworks lend pictures less and grandeur to this festival which heralds joy, mirth, and happiness in the ensuring year.

 

Diwali Celebration

Diwali Celebration

 

  • This festival is celebrated on a grand scale in almost all the regions of India and is looked upon mainly as the beginning of New Year. As such the blessings of Lakshmi, the celestial consort of Lord Vishnu is invoked with prayers. Even countries like Kenya, Thailand, Trinidad, Siam and Malaya celebrate this festival but in their own ways.

 

  • This DIWALI festival, it is surmised dates back to that period when perhaps history was not written, and in its progress, through centuries it lighted path of thousands to attain the ultimate good and complete ecstasy.

 

  • DIWALI or more aptly Deepavali is very enthusiastically celebrated for five continuous days and each day has its significance with a number of myths, legends, and beliefs.

 

  • The First day is called DHANTERAS or DHANTRAYODASHI which falls on the thirteenth day of the month of Kartik. The word “Dhan” means wealth. As such this day of the five-day DIWALI, the festival has a great importance for the rich mercantile community of Western India. Houses and Business premises are renovated and decorated. Entrances are made colorful with lovely traditional motifs of Rangoli designs to welcome the Goddess of wealth and prosperity. To indicate her long-awaited arrival, small footprints are drawn with rice flour and vermilion powder all over the houses. Lamps are kept burning all through the nights. Believing this day to be auspicious women purchase some gold or silver or at least one or two new utensils. “Lakshmi-Puja” is performed in the evenings when tiny diyas of clay are lighted to drive away the shadows of evil spirits. “Bhajans”-devotional songs- in praise of Goddess Laxmi are sung and “Naivedya” of traditional sweets is offered to the Goddess. There is a peculiar custom in Maharashtra to lightly pound dry coriander seeds with jaggery and offer as Naivedya.

 

  • In villages, cattle are adorned and worshiped by farmers as they form the main source of their income. In South, cows are offered special veneration as they are supposed to be the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi and therefore they are adorned and worshiped on this day.

 

  • A very interesting story about this day is the sixteen-year-old son of King Hima. As per his horoscope, he was doomed to die by a snake-bite on the fourth day of his marriage. On that particular fourth day of his marriage, his young wife did not allow him to sleep. She laid all the ornaments and lots of gold and silver coins in a big heap at the entrance of her husband’s boudoir and lighted innumerable lamps all over the place. And she went on telling stories and singing songs. When Yam, the god of Death arrived there in the guise of a Serpent his eyes got blinded by that dazzle of those brilliant lights and he could not enter the Prince’s chamber. So he climbed on top of the heap of the ornaments and coins and sat there whole night listening to the melodious songs. In the morning he quietly went away.

 

  • Thus the young wife saved her husband from the clutches of death. Since then this day of Dhanteras came to be known as the day of “YAMADEEPDAAN” and lamps are kept burning throughout the night in reverential adoration to Yam, the god of Death.

 

  • The SECOND day is called NARKA-CHATURDASHI or CHOTI DIWALI which falls on the fourteenth day of the month of Kartik. The story goes that the demon king Narakasur ruler of Pragjyotishpur ( a province to the South of Nepal) after defeating Lord Indra had snatched away the magnificent earrings of Aditi, the Mother Goddess and imprisoned sixteen thousand daughters of the gods and saints in his harem. On the day previous to Narakachaturdashi, Lord Krishna killed the demon and liberated the imprisoned damsels and also recovered those precious earrings of Aditi. As a symbol of that victory Lord Krishna smeared his forehead with the demon king’s blood. Krishna returned home in the very early morning of the Narakachaturdashi day. The womenfolk massaged scented oil to his body and gave him a good bath to wash away the filth from his body. Since then the custom of taking bath before sunrise on this day has become a traditional practice, especially in Maharashtra.

 

  • In South India, that victory of the divine over the mundane is celebrated in a very peculiar way. People wake up before sunrise prepare blood by mixing Kumkum in oil and after breaking a bitter fruit that represents the head of the demon King that was smashed by Krishna, apply that mixture on their foreheads. Then they have an oil bath using sandalwood paste.

 

  • In Maharashtra also, traditional early baths with oil and “Uptan” (paste) of gram flour and fragrant powders are a `must’. All through the ritual of baths, deafening sounds of crackers and fireworks are there in order that the children enjoy bathing. Afterward, steamed vermicelli with milk and sugar or puffed rice with curd is served.

 

  • Another legend is about King Bali of the nether world mighty power had become a threat to the gods. In order to curb his powers Lord Vishnu in the guise of a Batu Waman- a small boy- visited him and begged him to give him only that much land which he could cover with his three steps. Known for his philanthropy King Bali proudly granted him his wish. That very moment that small boy transformed himself into the all-powerful Lord Vishnu. With his first step, Lord Vishnu covered the entire heaven and with the second step the earth and asked Bali where to keep his third step. Bali offered his head. Putting his foot on his head Vishnu pushed him down to the underworld. At the same time for his generosity, Lord Vishnu gave him the lamp of knowledge and allowed him to return to earth once a year to light millions of lamps to dispel the darkness and ignorance and spread the radiance of love and wisdom.

 

  • This Narakachaturdashi day, therefore, is dedicated to lights and prayers heralding a future full of joy and laughter.

 

  • The THIRD day of the festival of DIWALI is the most important day of LAKSHMI-PUJA which is entirely devoted to the propitiation of Goddess Lakshmi. This day is also known by the name of “CHOPADA-PUJA”. On this very day, sun enters his second course and passes Libra which is represented by the balance or scale. Hence, this design of Libra is believed to have suggested the balancing of account books and their closing. Despite the fact that this day falls on an Amavasya day it is regarded as the most auspicious.

 

  • The day of Lakshmi-Puja falls on the dark night of Amavasya. The strains of joyous sounds of bells and drums float from the temples as man is invoking Goddess Lakshmi in a wondrous holy “pouring-in” of his heart. All of a sudden that impenetrable darkness is pierced by innumerable rays of light for just a moment and the next moment a blaze of light descends down to earth from heaven as golden-footed Deep-Lakshmi alights on earth in all her celestial glory amidst chanting of Vedic hymns. A living luminance of Universal Motherhood envelopes the entire world in that blessed moment of fulfillment of a long-awaited dream of the mortal. A sublime light of knowledge dawns upon humanity and devotion of man finally conquers ignorance. This self-enlightenment is expressed through the twinkling lamps that illuminate the palaces of the wealthy as well as the lowly abodes of the poor. It is believed that on this day Lakshmi walks through the green fields and loiters through the bye-lanes and showers her blessings on man for plenty and prosperity. When the sun sets in the evening and ceremonial worship is finished all the home-made sweets are offered to the goddess as “NAIVEDYA” and distributed as “PRASAD”. Feasts are arranged and gifts are exchanged on this day gaily dressed men, women and children go to temples and fairs, visit friends and relatives. Everything is gray, gold and glitter!

 

  • One of the most curious customs which characterizes this festival of DIWALI is the indulgence of gambling, especially on a large scale in North India. It is believed that goddess Parvati played dice with her husband, Lord Shiva on this day and she decreed that whosoever gambled on DIWALI night would prosper throughout the ensuing year. This tradition of playing cards- flush and rummy with stakes on this particular day continues even to-day.

 

  • On this auspicious day, Lord Shri Krishna around whom revolved the entire story of our great epic Mahabharat and the philosopher, who preached Karmayog through his Geeta to Arjun on the battlefield of Kurukshetra, discarded his body.
  • Bhagwan, Mahavir, the Jain prophet also attained “Nirvan” on this day.

 

  • Swami Ramtirth, the beloved “Ram Badshah” of millions of Indians was not only born on this day and took “Sanyas” but also took “Samadhi” on this day.

 

  • Swami Dayanand Saraswati, founder of Arya Samaj in 1875 in Mumbai, with his superb yogic powers, agreed his soul from his body and mingled with divinity on this auspicious day of DIWALI.

 

  • We kindle innumerable lights on this day to immortalize the sacred memories of those great men who lived to brighten the lives of millions of their fellow beings.

 

  • One very interesting story about this DIWALI day is from Kathopanishad of a small boy called Nichiketa who believed that Yam, the god of Death was as black as the dark night of Amavasya. But when he met Yam in person he was puzzled seeing Yam’s calm countenance and dignified stature. Yam explained to Nichiketa on this DIWALI day of Amavasya that by only passing through the darkness of death, man sees the light of highest wisdom and then only his soul can escape from the bondage of his mortal frame to mingle with the Supreme Power without whose will not and at ten moves in the world. And then Nichiketa realized the importance of worldly life and significance of death. Wichita’s all doubts were set at rest and he whole-heartedly participated in DIWALI celebrations.

 

  • The FOURTH day is PADWA or VARSHAPRATIPADA which marks the coronation of King Vikramaditya and Vikram-Samvat was started from this Padwa day.

 

  • Govardhan-Puja is also performed in the North on this day. As per Vishnu-Puran the people of Gokul used to celebrate a festival in honor of Lord Indira and worshiped him after the end of every monsoon season but one particular year the young Krishna stopped them from offering prayers to Lord Indra who in terrific anger sent a deluge to submerge Gokul. But Krishna saved his Gokul by lifting up the Govardhan mountain and holding it over the people as an umbrella.

 

  • Govardhan is a small hillock in Braj, near Mathura and on this day of DIWALI people of Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, and Bihar build cow dung, hillocks, decorate them with flowers and then worship them.

 

  • This day is also observed as the Annakoot meaning mountain of food. In temples especially in Mathura and Nathadwara, the deities are given milk bath, dressed in shining attires with ornaments of dazzling diamonds, pearls, rubies and other precious stones. After the prayers and traditional worship, innumerable varieties of delicious sweets are ceremoniously raised in the form of a mountain before the deities as “Bhog” and then the devotees approach the Mountain of Food and take Prasad from it.

 

  • Goddess Lakshmi is worshiped in every Hindu household and her blessings sought for success and happiness. This day is looked upon as the most auspicious day to start any new venture. In many Hindu homes, it is a custom for the wife to put the red tilak on the forehead of her husband, Garland him and do his “Aarathi” with a prayer for his long life. In appreciation of all the tender care that the wife showers on him, the husband gives her a costly gift. This Gudi Padwa is symbolic of love and devotion between the wife and husband. On this day newly married daughters with their husbands are invited for special meals and given presents. In olden days brothers went to fetch their sisters from their in-laws home for this important day.

 

  • The FIFTH and final day of DIWALI Festival is known by the name of “BHAYYA-DUJ” in the Hindi-speaking belt “BHAV-BIJ” in the Marathi-speaking communities and in Nepal by the name of “BHAI-TIKA”. As the legend goes Yamraj, the God of Death visited his sister Yami on this particular day. She put the auspicious tilak on his forehead, garlanded him and led him with special dishes and both of them together ate the sweets, talked and enjoyed themselves to their heart’s content, while partying Yamraj gave her a special gift as a token of his love and in return Yami also gave him a lovely gift which she had made with her own hands. That day Yamraj announced that anyone who receives tilak from his sister will never be thrown. That is why this day of Bhayyaduj is also known by the name of “YAMA-DWITIYA” Since then this day is being observed as a symbol of love between sisters and brothers. It became also imperative for the brother to go to his sister’s house to celebrate Bhayyaduj.

 

  • In today’s world when pressing everyday problems are teaming as under all the tender words of personal relationships, the celebrating of this day has its own importance in continuing to maintain the love between brothers and sisters for it is the day of food-sharing, gift-giving and reaching out to the innermost depths of the hearts.

 

  • DIWALI, on the whole, has always been the festival with more social than religious connotations. It is a personal, people-oriented festival when enmities are forgotten, families and friends meet, enjoy and establish a word of closeness.

 

  • As a festival of light and beauty, it encourages artistic expressions through home-decorations stage-plays, elocution competitions singing and dancing programs, making gift items and making delectable sweets thereby discovering new talents of younger people. As a result, innumerable communities with varying cultures and customs mingle together to make DIWALI celebrations a very happy occasion for all.

 

  • Gurudev Rabindranath Tagore has so aptly put forth the true significance of DIWALI in these beautiful lines:
  • The night is black Kindle the lamp of LOVE With thy life and devotion.

 

 

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