1500+ Quotes and Wishes: WhatsApp Images, Greetings and Messages to Send Ahead of Season
Happy Diwali Images
India’s most awaited festival of lights, Diwali will be celebrated on November 14, with great enthusiasm and zeal. While the five-days festivities which begins with Dhanteras on November 12, the main festival of Diwali and Laxmi Puja will be commemorated on November 14. Every years, it is customary for people to deck up their homes, splurge on some festive wear and enjoy the annual Diwali Parties with their friends, family forever. However, the excitement of this festival begins much in advance, and people send happy dipawali wishes in advance greetings, Diwali 2020 WhatsApp Stickers and Shubh Deepawali Facebook Status to their friends, family and forever, in anticipation of the most important Indian festival. We bring you a collection of happy diwali Quote in Hindi, Diwali Messages in Hindi, Shubh Deepavali Messages in Hindi, Diwali Message in Hindi for WhatsApp.
Diwali is one of the biggest festivals in India, which is celebrated across around five days in most important parts of the country. Diwali is a celebration of the victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance. The biggest day from this five days festivity is on the new moon day in the Hindu month of Kartika, which is commemorated as Deepavali.
Mythologically, Diwali is celebrated as the day Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after his 14-year exile. All People, therefore light up their homes with full day, rangoli and fairy lights to welcome Lord Rama back to home. In preparation for this grand festivals, it is customary for people to deep clean their homes, buy new clothes, and also begin the early celebrations of this festival by sending Happy Diwali 2020 wishes in Hindi and English to their family and friends. With just a few days left for this auspicious festival, here are an array of Happy Diwali Greetings in Hindi, Shubh Deepawali WhatsApp Stickers, Diwali 2020 Facebook Status Pictures and Happy Diwali Cards to celebrate this festival of light.
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