Happy Diwali 2018, Diwali SMS 2018, DIWALI WISHES 2018

Happy Diwali 2018, Diwali SMS 2018, DIWALI WISHES 2018


Every heart must have a place for Diwali

every house must be lighten with diva lamps

until the world’s  pain,  sadness of heart

burns itself in the fire cramps.

Happy Diwali !!!!!!


Lets light up the lamp once again

forgive everyone and apologize once again

remove every sorrow and sadness

lets bury every matter once again

Happy Diwali !!!!!!


Diwali brings a lots of

a new life, new friend, new love, new country

Happy Diwali..!!!


As the diva flame burns

Here’s hoping this festival of beauty

brings happiness

through all the way to stay..!!!

Happy Diwali..!!!


The amazing festival of happiness

removes every sadness

It’s the time for everyone’s meet

It must spread the diva’s pure heat

Happy Diwali !!!!!!

Happy Diwali 2018, Diwali SMS 2018, DIWALI WISHES 2018

For the special moments

get togethers with family and friends

wishing laughter and fun to cheer your days

in the pure and festive season of Diwali

Happy Diwali…!!!


Sparkling lamps and lights

eye catching fireworks

May your life be just like

the festival of Diwali…

Happy Diwali….!!!!


Diwali is the festival of lights…

Welcome the Lord Rama

with Rangoli, Diyas and candles..!!

Happy Diwali !!!!!!


On the precious moment of Diwali

I pray to god , that you get

all your endeavors fulfilled

and happiness fill your life…

Happy Diwali..!!!


Let the lights of the divas

enter your life and

give you guidance

towards your goals…

Happy Diwali..!!!


Open your doors to welcome Lakshmi

Open your mind to the wisdom of Ganesha

Let you be blessed with Love,

Peace and Prosperity..!!!

Happy Diwali !!!!!!


Live life lighter like

candles not to blow on…

others like crackers and keep helping

others like sweets make their lives better

Happy Diwali..!!!


Distribute sweets to spread sweetness

spread a message of love

Happy Diwali..!!!


The one has learned to admire not to envy

is the fortunate one….

May you be blessed with love and prosperity

Happy Diwali !!!!


May you be blessed with good fortune
as long as Ganeshji’s  trunk
wealth and prosperity
as big as his stomach
Happy Diwali…!!!!

May the ethnicity of Diwali

fill your world with prosperity

Happy Diwali..!!!


Here’s hoping this festival of beauty

brings your way,

bright sparkles of the happiness

through all the way to stay..!!!l

Happy Diwali…!!!


May goddess Laxmi

Give you the courage to fight

against the evil

Happy Diwali…!!!


The time for Diwali arrived

every house must be lighten with diva lamps

Every heart must have a place for Diwali

sadness and sorrow must be deprived

Happy Diwali..!!!


Like a white linen flair

Purity is always an affair… !!!

May this Diwali you get all the love

Peace and prosperity.. !!!

Happy Diwali.. !!!

Happy Diwali 2018, Diwali SMS 2018, DIWALI WISHES 2018

A matchstick glows for a few seconds

candle for few hours

but I wish, your life

glows forever and ever…

Happy Diwali…!!!


every house must be lighten with diva lamps

The celebration of a holy occasion arrived

The most pure festival of lights

most loving thoughts and wishes for you

Happy Diwali !!!!!!


Moments of happiness celebrated together…

That are placed in the heart forever…

Have a Joyous and bright Diwali…


May you shine like light,

That are a part of this..

Auspicious Holy Festival,

Happy Diwali..!!!


Time to dress up ethnically

Time to worship the God…!!!!

Diwali is the festival of lights…

Welcome the Lord Rama

Happy Diwali !!!!!!


May the light of diyas

spread peace, prosperity and

love into your life

Happy Diwali !!!!


May Diwali be the start of

your joyful and prosperous life

Let the light of Diya guide your way

toward your path of success.

Happy Diwali…!!!


Hope this Diwali brings you luck

and fulfils all your dearest dreams

Happy Diwali..!!!


No matter how little their light is

they can still light up the whole world

and bring us out of our dark agonies

May the light of lamps play such role in your life..

Happy Diwali…!!!

Happy Diwali 2018, Diwali SMS 2018, DIWALI WISHES 2018

National festivals are the lifeline of a nation. India being a melting-pot of religions, race, cultures, it has a plethora of festivals and feasts. Among these, Diwali perhaps is the most pan-Indian festival celebrated with great pomp and mirth throughout the length and breadth of the country. Diwali, better known as , Deepavali among the Indian masses is a festival of lights. The exact origin of the festival is not known. Some believe that it is connected with the triumph of Lord Krishna over Nakrasura. Some associate the origin of the festival to the worship of goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. However the most prevalent belief is that the festival marks the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana . On this day, it is believed that Rama came back to Ayodhya after his victory over evil Ravana of Lanka who had taken away his wife, Sita.

The festival of Diwali marks the happy return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya after fourteen years exile. It lends charm and delight to our life. At night , Goddess Laxmi, the goddess of wealth, is worshiped in the form of earthen images and silver rupee. People believe that on this day, Hindu goddess Laxmi enters to only those houses which are neat and tidy. People offer prayers for their own health, wealth and prosperity. They let the light n so that Goddess Laxmi may find no difficulty in finding her way in and smile upon them. India is a great country known as the land of festivals. One of the famous and most celebrated festival is Diwali or Deepavali which falls every year 20 days after the festival of Dussehra in the month of October or November. I t is celebrated to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama to the kingdom after 14 years of exile. People of Ayodhya shown their joy and happiness by lighting the lamps in the whole kingdom and firing crackers.

People greatly rejoiced the return of their beloved prince. They lighted up whole Ayodhya with earthen lamps, decorated their houses and welcomed them with pomp and ceremony. The present day celebration of Diwali is held in remembrance of this event. Diwali is generally celebrated in late October or early November, soon after the rainy season is over. A lot of preparation goes in before the actual festival. Houses are cleansed, white washed and painted. Diwali is my favourite festival of the year and I celebrate it with lots of enthusiasm with my family members and friends. Diwali is called as the festival of lights because we celebrate it by lighting lots of diyas and candles. It is a traditional and cultural festival celebrated by each and every Hindu person all over India and abroad. People decorate their houses with lots of candles and small clay oil lamps indicating the victory of good over evil.

Family members spend their most of the day time in preparing house to welcome the festival with grand evening party. Neighbours , family members, and friends get collected in the evening party and enjoy the party with lots of delicious Indian dishes, dance , music, etc all through the night. Houses look very attractive in white wash , candle lights and rangolis. High pitch music and fireworks makes the celebration more interesting. Thereafter, in the evening earthen lamps and decorative lights are put in and around the house giving an atmosphere of joy and happiness. As the night approaches, children light up the sky with their firecrackers. The streets and bazaars bear a dazzling look.

Illumination of every hue and colour light up shops and buildings. Thus , there is gaiety, cheerfulness, merrymaking and fun everywhere. There is joy on every face. On this day every one put on their best dress which has been purchased well in advance. People exchange greetings and share sweets and meals as a mark of friendship and brotherhood. Diwali is an important day for traders also . It is the beginning of Hindu commercial calender. Many of them start their new account books on this day, after the puja held in honour of goddess Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. Special prayers are offered to goddess Lakshmi for her blessings on the household and on business.

The Diwali festival is likely a fusion of harvest festivals in ancient India. It is mentioned in Sanskrit texts such as the Padma Purana, the Skanda Purana both of which were completed in the second half of the 1st millennium CE. The diyas are mentioned in Skanda Purana as symbolising parts of the sun , describing it as the cosmic giver of light and energy to all life and which seasonally transitions in the Hindu calender month of Kartik. One historical reference attributes Diwali to the legend of Yama and Nachiketa on Kartika Amavasya. The Nachiketa story of right versus wrong, true wealth versus transient wealth, knowledge versus ignorance is recorded in Katha Upanishad, which was composed in the 1st millennium BCE.

The festival of Diwali teaches us many values of life. More than anything else the festival symbolises the ultimate victory of good over evil. It teaches us that one day or other the evil existing in this world would be subdued by goodness and righteousness. Rama’s obedience to parents, Sita’s faithfulness, Lakshman’s unflinching love for his brother teach us many noble lessons of life. It is a national festival celebrated by everyone irrespective of caste, creed and race. It therefore , promotes unity, common brotherhood, and communal harmony. Hence, in a world like ours , broken by narrow domestic walls of religious fanaticism and social disharmony, a festival like Diwali can bring people together, heal wounds and can help in fostering national integration.

Diwali is also known as Deepavali, It is the Hindu festival of lights, which is celebrated every autumn in the northern hemisphere and spring in the southern hemisphere. One of the most popular festivals of Hinduism, Diwali symbolises the spiritual  victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. During the celebration, temples, homes, shops and office buildings are brightly illuminated. The preparations , and rituals, for the festival typically last five days, with the climax occurring on the third day coinciding with the darkest night of the Hindu Lunisolar month Kartika.

Diwali is a big occasion for celebration and we should always play it safe. Fire crackers and fire works are a big part of Diwali celebrations. People enjoy to celebrate the festival of light by lighting up in the sky in various colours. But these crackers are not without disadvantages. Using fire crackers causes lots of noise and air pollution. Some crackers are loud enough to disturb human-beings. And it can be mind stressing to the pets as well. Take it upon you as a social responsibility to celebrate a peaceful Diwali without fire crackers in a noiseless manner. Here are few alternative ways to celebrate Diwali. There are many beliefs as to when Diwali was first celebrated and how it came to be. The most common of these stories is to celebrate “coronation” of Lord Rama. As the legend goes, Rama returned to Ayodhya after being in exile for 14 years. He destroyed the evil demon Ravana as well. Diwali is a joyous holiday, important to Indians and their culture.




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