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Diwali Quotes

This Diwali I Am Sending You CASH:

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”

One more year will be over, one more year will come. I trust and implore that the lights of Diwali enlighten the new section of your life. Upbeat Diwali!

Love as deep as Ocean,
Friends as Solid as Diamonds,
and Success as bright as Gold…

These are the wishes for you and your family on the eve of Diwali.

In all actuality presence needs your life to wind up a celebration… since when you are miserable, you likewise toss despondency all around.

Today's the `Festival of Lights' everywhere on; An euphoric day for brains and hearts and souls; Laughter and grins for a long time; Let there be triumph all around.

All that I wish for you amid this celebration of lights is: D : Dazzling lights I : Immense euphoria W : Windfall A : Abundant peace L : Lavish merriments I : Illustrious life

May this diwali, you be honored with favorable luck – insofar as Ganeshji's trunk, riches and flourishing – as large as his stomach, joy as sweet as his ladoos and inconveniences – as little as his mouse.

Diwali SMS

Deepawali ke ish subh absar per
Meri subhkamnaye kabool kijiyega,
Khusi ke ish mahool mein
Humko bhi shamil kijiyega.

--Happy Diwali--

Aayi hai diwali dekho
Sang layi khushiya dekho..
Yehan wahan jahan dekho
Aaj deep jagmagate dekho
*-* Happy Diwali *-*

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 Diwali Jhakas

Amitabh -

mere paas rocket hai,
shurli hai,
chakri hai,
murga bumb hai,
anaar hai,
tumhare paas kya hai?
Shashi kapoor -
mere paas
maachis hai!:

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 2017!
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Happy Dipawali Greeting Wishes
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 Diwali !!

DIPAWALI Ka Yeh Pyara Tyohaar,
Jeewan Me Laye khusiya Apaar,
Laxmiji Viraje Aapke Dwar,
Subh kamna Hamari Kare Sweekar!

Is DIWALI se agli DIWALI tak apko
sab ka pyar mile

Deep Jagmagaate Rahen
Sabke Ghar Jhilmilate Rahen
Saath Hon Sab Apne
Sab Yunhi Muskuraate Rahen!
Diwali Ke Tyohaar Ki Shubhkamnaayen!

10 Interesting Facts about Diwali!

1. Hindu New Year
Diwali marks the Hindu new year. It is the largest and most celebated festival in india.

2. Festival of Lights
Diwali or Deepavali is considered as the ‘festival of light’ it signifies the victory of good over evil, light over darkness and knowledge over ignorance.

3. Goddess Lakshmi
Goddess Lakshmi the Hindu goddess of wealth and prosperity is generally worshiped o this auspicious day.

4. Deepavali
Deepavali is referred to as Deepavali while Narakasura Vadha is the main celebration day in south india.

5. Return of Lord Rama
Diwali is celebrated to mark the return of lord Rama after a 14 year exile according to the North Indian traditions by Hindus.

6. Narakasura Vadha
The death of the evil Narakusa at the hands of lord Krishna is the main reason for celebrating diwali by Hindus in South India.

7. Hari Diwali
In Malaysia Diwali, Diwali is a National public holiday and is celebrated as Hari Diwali in the month of Aswayuja.

8. Tihar
Tihar or swanti are the names referred to Diwali in Nepal and on the fourth day, the hindu god of death, Yama is worshipped for longer life of people for a longer life of the people.

9. Sukhssuptika
According to Nilmal puran, Diwali celebrations is referred to as Sukhssuptika which literally means to sleep with happiness. Kashmiri pandits stils follow this age old ritual today.

10. Harvest Season
On Diwali farmers thank the deities for the harvests they had and pray for a prosperous harvesting season in the upcoming year as it marks the end of the harvest season and the onset of winter.

Shubh Deepavali

The customery greeting associated with diwali is ‘Shubh Deepavali’ which means ‘have an auspicious Diwali’. 


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