Friday, 18 September 2020

HAPPY DIWALI 2020 - DIWALI WISHIES - GREETING - SMS - MESSAGES - WHATSAPP STATUS



                                    Diwali SMS in English to celebrate the festival of lights that signifies the victory of light over darkness and good over evil. Let your loved ones know you are thinking of them on the special occassion of Deepavali by sharing these original and creative Diwali SMS Wishes in English. Through these Festive Happy Deepawali SMS texts let everyone know the importance of Diwali festival, the traditional ways of celebrating Diwali by offering prayers to Goddess Lakshmi through diya and lighting, home decoration, shopping, fireworks, gifts, feast sweets and how Diwali SMS can bring joy and goodwill. Choose from a wide collection of free Diwali SMS in English, Thee Vazhi Festival SMS Greetings for friends, relatives and family and much more.

                          In this festival people worship Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of Prosperity) and distribute sweets( mithai) and gifts to friends and family and enjoy by lighting firecrackers. 

Diwali is observed as the time that God Rama returned to Ayodhya after overcoming Ravana. Diwali also intends the Harvest celebration. Diwali is the celebration of light at this Hinduism faith. People celebrate Diwali for several reasons, however, Diwali is still observed for several reasons. Some people observe it for the arrival of Lord Ram.

                                                   HAPPY DIWALI SMS 

May your life shine like light,
May your happiness be like sparkles,
May your sorrows be bursted,
Let your light shine,
A VERY HAPPY DEEPAVALI TO ALL


सागर भरी खुशियां,
आसमान भरा प्यार,
मिठाई की खुशबू,
दीपों की बहार,
मुबारक हो आपको
दीपावली का त्यौहार
हैप्पी दीपावली!!

HAPPY DIWALI 2020 - DIWALI WISHIES - GREETING - SMS - MESSAGES - WHATSAPP STATUS


                                 “When the world fills with darkness
And the people lose hope
when the forces of Darkness
Dance with all evil strength
God will come like thunder
To save us and the world
And will show the light of Diwali
Let us Celebrate Diwali to Thank God
For his love and affection for us”

The festival of lights is here and it is one of the most auspicious days of the year. According to the Hindu calendar, Deepavali is celebrated on the Amavasya of the Krishna Paksha or the Ashwin month of the Hindu calendar. 

The nation is celebrating the festival of lights -- Diwali --  today. The festival marks the return of Lord Ram to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. People celebrate this by bursting crackers, worshipping Maa Lakshmi, Kuber, and Lord Ganesh.  

HAPPY DIWALI 

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


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