Happy Diwali 2020: Wishes, Images, Quotes, Status, Photos, SMS, Messages, Wallpaper, Pics and Greetings

Diwali will be celebrated on November 14 this year. It’s one of the most awaited Hindu festivals of the year in India. Diwali celebration begins with the cleaning of the house to decorating it with flowers, mango leaves, lights and earthen lamps called ‘diyas’.
Diwali is a festival that symbolises the victory of light over darkness and good over the evil. On Diwali, families, friends and neighbours each other houses with sweets and gifts. It’s an occasion when families seat together and spend time with each other.

This Diwali, use these hand-picked Wishes, Images, Quotes, Status, Photos, SMS, Messages, Wallpaper, Pics and Greetings to share with your family, friends, and loved one to celebrate the spirit of this festival.

Happy Diwali 2020: Messages, Quotes, Status and SMS

On this Diwali, I wish you wealth, prosperity, glory and happiness not only for this special occasion but for today and forever! Wish you a very very happy Diwali!!

Happy Diwali 2020! May your day be filled with delightful laddoos, incandescent diyas, a whole lot of smiles and laughter!

May millions of lamps illuminate your life with endless happiness, wealth, prosperity & glory forever! Wish you and your family, a very very happy Diwali!

On this Auspicious Festival of Diwali, May Goddess Lakshmi blesses you with Joy, Prosperity, & Happiness. Happy and safe Deepawali!

May you achieve everything your heart desires with the blessing of Lakshmi-Ganesha. Happy and safe Diwali 2020!

Let’s celebrate the festival in the true sense by spreading joy and light up the world of others. Have a happy, safe and blessed Diwali!!

May the beauty of the festival of lights fill your home with happiness and my the new year bring joy, peace, and prosperity in your life. Wish you and family a very Happy Diwali!!

Wishing you a gleam of diyas, echo of holy chants, contentment and happiness today, tomorrow and forever. Have a happy and prosperous Diwali!

Rejoice on this blessed occasion by spreading joy with your friends and loved ones. Happy Diwali 2020. May this Diwali be bright for you and your family. May God fulfill all your wishes this Diwali. Happy Diwali!

Happy Diwali 2020: Wishes

Hope all the darkness of your life gets castaway on this Diwali. Have a safe and mighty Diwali!

In this festival of joy and celebration, I wish you good health, wealth, and progress in life.

The beautiful festival of snacks and sweets
Everyone enjoying a royal feast
And with love and affection do all hearts beat.
Wish You Happy Diwali!

Light a lamp of love!
Blast a chain of sorrow!
Shoot a rocket of prosperity!
Fire a flowerpot of happiness!
Wish you and your family sparking Diwali!

Memories of moments celebrated together
Moments that have been attached in my heart, forever
Make me Miss You even more this Diwali.
Hope this Diwali brings in Good Fortune & Abounding Happiness for you!

With gleam of Diyas
And the Echo of the Chants
May Happiness & Contentment Fill ur life
Wishing u a very happy and prosperous Diwali.

Happiness is in the air
Its Diwali everywhere
Lets show some love and care
And wish everyone out there
Happy Diwali!!!

Long live the tradition of Hindu culture and as the generations have passed by Hindu culture is getting stronger and stronger.
Let’s keep it up.
Best Wishes for Diwali.

“A festival full of sweet childhood memories, a sky full of fireworks, a Mouth full of sweets, a House full of diyas and a heart full of joy” Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali!!

“Lakshmi Ji ka Hath ho,
Saraswati Ji ka Sath ho,
Ganesh Ji ka Niwas ho,
Aapke Jeevan mein khoob Prakash Ho!” Happy Diwali 2020

Happy Diwali 2020: Images, Photos, Wallpaper, Pics and Greetings

Diwali: History and origin story

The history of Diwali can be traced back to ancient India, when it most likely began as an important harvest festival. However, there are several legends pointing to the origins of Diwali.

There are many who believe Diwali to be the celebration to mark the wedding of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth, with Lord Vishnu. Diwali is probably the commemoration of their blissful marriage. Others think it to be a celebration of Lakshmi’s birthday, as Lakshmi is said to have been born on the new-moon day of Kartik.

In Bengal, the Deepavali, or Deepabali, is dedicated to the worship of the powerful goddess Kali, the dark goddess of strength. the elephant god Lord Ganesha is also worshipped in some homes on Diwali, because he is a symbol of auspiciousness and wisdom. In certain Jain homes, Diwali has the added significance of marking the great event of Lord Mahavira attaining the eternal bliss called nirvana.

Diwali is not only important to Hindus, but, has is also celebrated among Jains, Buddhists, and Sikhs. For Hindus, it often signifies the return of Lord Rama to Ayodhya, after his 14 years of exile and victory over Ravana.

Ram, on that special day, was welcomed to the kingdom of Ayodhya with rows of diyas, lightened throughout the kingdom. Thus, the tradition of lighting oil lamps on Diwali symbolizes the victory of good over evil and freedom from spiritual darkness.


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