Festivals give us a perfect time and occasion to send images to our loved ones and as it is Diwali we bring to you some of the best Deepawali images that you can consider sending across using various platforms like WhatsApp, Facebook and twitter. Diwali widely known as “festival of lights”, Diwali, is celebrated all over the world with great piety and enthusiasm. Hindus find cause to celebrate this festival for different reasons. In the North, Diwali celebrates the return of Lord Rama, King of Ayodhya, with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana from a 14-year exile and a war in which he vanquished the demon king Ravana.
Happy Diwali Messages For Whatsapp & Facbook
To celebrate this fest every Indian start it with Goddess Lakshmi Pooja, a symbol of prosperity, is worshipped. This year the Diwali is to celebrate on 31st October as a gazetted holiday in India. Every year on the dark nights of Diwali the sound of firecrackers announces the celebration of the favorite festival of Indians. Homes are decorated, sweets are distributed by everyone and thousands of lamps are lit to create a world of fantasy. Of all the festivals celebrated in India, Diwali is by far the most glamorous and important.
- Diwali aai, masti chahi, rangi rangoli, deep jalaye, Dhoom Dhadaka, chhoda phataka, jali Phuljadiyan, Sabko Bhaye, ADVANCE “Happy Diwali !”
- Life with you is like Diwali, so let’s promise to be together like this forever. Wish you a very Happy Diwali!
- Wishing you a year rich with wisdom, light and love… Happy Diwali
- Let’s fill our home with prayers and lights not with fumes and crackers!!
- “May Goddess Lakshmi fill your life with happiness, joy and peace this Diwali…!”
**Happy Diwali to you and your family**
- Kuber ke khazane, Lakshmi ma ki kripa aur Ganesh ji ke aashirvad se
Mangalmay ho aapka aane wala saal
Prassanta aur ulaas se.
Deepavali ki hardik shubhkamnayen!!
- Diwali night is full of lights,Crackers may your life be filled with colors and lights of happiness.
Sending you Happy smiles for every moment of your special day. Have a wonderful time and a very Happy Diwali to you….
The Diwali or Deepavali festival marks the victory of good over evil. The Sanskrit word ‘Deepavali’ means an array of lights and signifies the victory of brightness over darkness. So enjoy the most loved festival with full Indian traditional way and spread love and happiness for which the festival is known. Many people decorate their home and workplaces with tiny electric lights or small clay oil lamps. Bowls of water with candles and flowers floating on the surface are also popular decorations.