Happy Diwali to the readers here – Diwali or Deepawali is the celebration of light that involves sharing of Happy Diwali Wishes, Happy Diwali Messages embedded with Happy Diwali images.
This light is not only for the external worldly earth but also this ‘light’ is supposed to remove all blemishes and darkness of our inner core.
It is on one hand the topmost Indian festival with firecrackers, ‘Diya’, candles, sweets and on the other hand, it is also the worship of Goddess Kali and Mahalaxmi Devi.
In this festival, people share their good wishes with their friends and relatives. People send happy Diwali images HD, Rangoli photo and Diwali Diya Images to their loved ones. Here in this post, we will share similar artifacts with you so that you can forward those to your friends and relatives and enhance their joy.
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The first image we present here is honored by Lord Ganesha, in his Musical Ganesha style. This image wishes with a message: “Wish you a very happy Deepawali“. Jai Ganesha.
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This year(2020) Diwali is going to be celebrated on November 14, 2020 (Saturday). In this covid period when we all are tired of so many sufferings and troubles, this festival may bring better days in our life.
Last year(2019) Diwali was celebrated on October 27, 2019 (Sunday). Share our Diwali greetings HD with your friends, families, and neighbors on this auspicious occasion.
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Here we have designed Diwali card (ecard) with Diwali messages and Diya Images HD specifically for a Dad. Send him these Diwali Diya images with wishes and greet with these Happy Diwali Diya Images.
“Wishing you lots of smiles” in this festival of light. Get Diwali wishes quotes.
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Share simple but sincere Diwali wishes in Hindi to your loved ones. After all, they are your most precious belongings.
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Happy Images HD for your mother and sisters. Send them these cards and wish them a Happy Deepawali.
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Friends are always special. Send Diya Images HD to your friends and pals with Diwali wishes.
A special relationship with your son – send him a nice Happy Diwali Greetings in HD
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Diwali is a 5-day celebration. It is called the festival of lights because it symbolizes the victory of light over darkness. The festival is celebrated on ‘Amavasya’ or no moon night. Diwali is an emblem of victory of good over evil and hope over despair.
According to the Hindu calendar, Diwali also heralds the dawn of a New Year. In these 5 days, friends and family members get together and exchange gifts, light ‘Diyas’ or earthen lamps in their houses, share sweet delicacies, and burn crackers.
It is an auspicious moment as it is believed that Goddess Lakshmi visits the houses of her devotees in the middle of the dark night and blesses them with wealth and happiness.
Send this sophisticated card with 5 Diyas to your loved one. There is a pretty high chance that your loved one will appreciate your choice of cards.
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5 days of Diwali – significance
Each of the 5 days of Diwali has a specific significance according to Hindu mythology. The first day of Diwali is known as Dhanteras. The auspicious ‘Dhanteras’ indicates the beginning of the new financial year for Hindus. The second day of Diwali is known as Chhoti Diwali.
The victory of Lord Krishna over the devil king Naraka is remembered on this second day of Diwali. The third day is the main Diwali day. On this very auspicious day, the devotees worship Goddess Lakshmi to rejoice her birth from Samudra Manthan.
The fourth day of Diwali is known as Govardhan Puja. The victory of Lord Vishnu over the demon king Bali as well as the victory of Lord Krishna over God Indra are celebrated on this day. The fifth and final day of Diwali is known as Bhai Dooj or “Bhai Phonta”. This day is the day for brothers and sisters to celebrate the love and bond among them.
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Here you can download and share happy Diwali wishes in English, Deepawali images, Diwali Diya images HD are available in plenty here.
Diwali or Deepavali is the festival of light – with lots of gifts and love.
Deepawali wishes with nice Diwali Diya photo or Diya Images HD. A nice Diwali wishes in Hindi.( the card below)
Deepawali wishes with nice Diya Images HD. A nice Diwali wishes in Bengali. ( the card below)
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Diwali Wallpaper, Happy Diwali photo and Deepawali wishes – for you. Share directly using the share buttons beside every image. Or you can tap on the photo and save it in your phone (hope you get that option) and then share through any proper app you use.
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In Bengali language and font – Subho Deepavali. In West Bengal Diwali is celebrated with a couple of other related celebrations and worships, like the worship of Goddess Mahalaxmi, worship of Goddess Kali and “Bhai Phonta“. Just after the Durgapuja people of Bengal again get deeply involved in this celebration of light and all the Pujas.
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