Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Diwali Greetings

Diwali is the time of festivity. During Diwali people will wear new clothes, make rangolis at their houses, light up candles to usher the New Year. Although Diwali is the greatest festival of the marwari communities of India but across the nation it is celebrated with unparallel fervor. Diwali happens to be a great festival for Hindus, Sikhs and Jains living in the country.

Diwali is also called the festival of light since lighting of lamps is the integral part of the celebration. Since the Diwali is celebrated on a new moon’s day the oil lamp lit houses make a grand spectacular against the dark night sky. On this day people make offerings to the Goddess of wealth, Laxmi and seek her divine blessings for the rest of the year.

For Hindus, Diwali commemorates the day when lord Rama had returned to Ayodha after 14 years of exile. Hence, Diwali is a festival of happiness and it remains incomplete without exchanging gifts and wishes. Diwali marks the beginning of a new year for the Marwari communities. Diwali greetings are therefore full of promises for a great New Year.

Diwali greetings are special both for the sender as well as for the recipient. If you too are looking for Diwali greeting to make special wishes to your loved ones you may check out the following collection of Diwali messages and wishes.

Hai khusiyo bhara yeh tyohar,
Jhagmaga utta hai sara sanasr,
Mange duaen hum dil se,
Khushhal rahe apka gharbaar!!
Diwali ki hardhik Shubhkamnayein!!!

May this season greeting brings you
All luck, happiness and joy,
May the candles glow even brighter,
And all your dreams come true!
Wish you a very happy Dipavali!!!

Diye se raushon rahi apka gharbar
Ayi hai khusioyn bhara eih tyohar,
Mithaian bante, jalai phuljharayan,
Hamse lijeye diwali ke subhkamnayn!!

Maa Laxmi ke kripa ap pe bani rahe….
Aur samtiddhi ka baas rahe,
Dhan ki barsaat ho,
Apki Diwali kushhaal ho!!


You can always make your Diwali celebration special with self written poems. You can draw inspiration from your surrounding or can also search on-line for Diwali messages and quotes. Make your Diwali celebration special with Diwali greetings.

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