Diwali SMS in English

Slowly and steadily, the diwali festival is approaching. Firecrackers and diyas are flooding the market now. The holy month for hindu is approaching. Why not greet every one with a diwali SMS so you end up looking good. Not only Hindus even Muslims are celebrating diwali with a great joy. They understand the importance of this festival. In fact, some of the diwali 2015 images shared by us will spread the brotherhood and peace among human beings. Here is the collection of newest and exclusive Happy Diwali 2015 SMS and wishes.
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These messages will help you wishing your relatives, friends and your closed ones. The best way of celebrating the festival of lights is by sending the beautiful and newest Diwali greeting messages and diwali greeting quotes to your friends and relatives. So here is the list of best Diwali messages and quotes that we are sharing with you.

Diwali 2015 English Greetings

l”l________
–/ l__l Delivery
| | ________
L(o)__l___(o)__|
This van is loaded with
LOVE n CARE,
Wishing U and your family
A HAPPY DIWALI

May crores of lamps lighten up your life
with endless happiness, richness, health & wealth forever
wishing you and your family a very
“HAPPY DIWALI”

This Diwali I Am Sending You CASH:
C-Care
A-Affection
S-Smiles
H-Hugs
* HAPPY DIWALI *

Festival full of sweet memories,
sky full of fireworks,
mouth full of sweets,
house full of deepaks and heart full of pleasure.
Wishing you all a very happy Diwali!

Phool ki shuruvat kali se hoti hai,
Zindagi ki shuruvat pyar se hoti hai,
Pyar ki shuruvat apno se hoti hai aur
apno ki shuruvat aapse hoti hai.
* Happy Diwali *

7 days
168 hours
10080 minutes
604800 seconds are left.
I think I am the first person to
wish you HAPPY DIWALI.

With gleam of Diyas
and the Echo of the Chants
May Contentment and Happiness Fill your life
Have a prosperous and Happy Diwali!!

Some are the days
When People Could Stick on their Resolution Easily.
Wishing you that
the next year sticks you with
all your Resolutions and Commitments
with the help of Fevicol.
May God Gift you a Style,
to write your entire Dream to your Destiny.
Wish You Very Happy Diwali.

Sun glows for a day,
Candle for an hour,
Matchstick for a minute,
But
A wish can glow days forever,
So here is my best wishes for glowing Diwali!!

On this lucky
Festival of lights
May the glow of joys
Prosperity and happiness
Illuminate your days
in the year ahead
HAPPY DIWALI.

Troubles as light as Air,
love as deep as Ocean,
Friends as Solid as Diamonds,
and Success as bright as Gold…
Happy Diwali!

I Pray To God to Give U
Shanti,
Shakti,
Sampati,
Swarup,
Saiyam,
Saadgi,
Safalta,
Samridhi,
Sanskar,
Swaasth,
Sanmaan,
Saraswati,
And Sneh.
Happy Diwali…

Let’s conquer the shadows and commemorate the conquest of the good over the evil
with the light of our Diyas, with good belief, our prayers to Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesh,
our offerings to Goddesses and God, with the blissful happiness and affection of our hearts,
our families and beloved ones.

The festival of Diwali is what we make it!
So let us all together make Diwali 2015 a memorable one!

Light a lamp of love!
Blast a chain of sorrow!
Shoot a rocket of prosperity!
Fire a flowerpot of happiness!
Wish u and your family SPARKLING DIWALI

May Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha sanctify you
With happiness Progress and prosperity
On Diwali and In the year ahead!

Never even forget a diwali wish to your enemy. These Diwali SMS collection will bring joy and prosperity in your life. At the end of the day Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya to curb all evils so why not you. Forgive your enemy and give him a bear hug. Diwali SMS 2015 collection will help you to forget everything.
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Diwali Poems 2015 in Hindi

Diwali 2015 is near and you might be surfing out for some best wishes messages, quotes, poems, sms etc. The festival of colors and light not only entices your generation people but elders alike. The post will get a nice assortment of diwali 2015 poems that you can share it with anyone or use to impress others. Sneak a peek here for the best Diwali poems in Hindi. While ladies are busy in decorating their home with diwali 2015 rangoli designs and making sweets for the guests, gentleman are busy in finding diwali desktop wallpapers and SMS to send to their elders. A young generation and tech savvy people are also trying out diwali facebook timeline covers. In a nutshell, everybody is geared up on this diwali and so should we. Sharing is a way to show your love to your dear and near ones. Do not forget to greet a new year wishes to your elder ones. So share the best poems with your loved ones. Here, you go with the best collection of Diwali wishes and poems.

Hindi Poems for Diwali Wishes

Jab Anna Lokpal Bill Mang Sakta Hai,
Pappu Pass Ho Sakta Hai,
Munni Badnam Ho Sakti Hai,
Shila Jawan Ho Sakti Hai,
Pyaaz 80Rs Kilo Ho Sakta Hai,
Saniya Pakistan Me Shadi Kar Sakti Hai
Character Dheela Ho Sakta Hai
7 Khoon Maaf Ho Sakta Hai,
Aurat Jalebi Bai Ho Sakti Hai,
Jab 12 Mahine may 12 Tarike Se Pyaar Ho Sakta H
To Fir Me Pehele Happy Diwal
Wish Nahi Kar Sakta Kya?? Happy Diwali

Deep jalte jagmagate rahe, Hum aapko aap hame yaad aate rahe, Jab tak zindagi hai, Dua hai hamari, Aap chand ki tarah jagmagate rahe. “Happy Diwali”

Deepawali ka ye paawan tyohar, Jeevan mein laye khushiya aapar, Laxmi ji viraje aapke dwar, Subhkamnayen hamari karen sweekar!! Wishing you and your family a very happy diwali

Diwali roz manaye, Fuljahdi phool bikhere, Chakri chakkar khaye, Anaar ucchla aasman tak, Rassi bum dhamkaye, Saamp ki goli ho gayi lambi, Rail dhaage par daudd lagaye, Aag lagao rocket ko to Vo duniya naap aaye, Aisa lagta hai diwali aye

Ayi Re Ayi Diwali, Patakhe tohfe layi Diwali, Dil ko khush karne ayi Diwali, Ayi re ayi diwali
Ayi re ayi diwali, Maze karte huye bacche dekho, Mummy ka na Papa ka dar hai, School ka na Teacher ka dar hai, Bulb fool lagate Papa, Mandir sajati dekho Mummy, Bacche hain khelte koodte
Pathako main ekdum must hai, Khaana dekho banati chachi, Chocolate khate dekho chacha, , Bhagwanji ki puja main sab, Shish jhuka ke baithe dekho, Arti lekar or parshaad khaakar, Jhoom utha saara parivaar, Ayi re ayi diwali, Ayi re ayi diwali, Khushiya dekho lai diwal, Ayi Re Ayi Diwali

Aayaa tyohaar Diwali ka, Bachcho ki khushhali ka, Bablu kahate papa se, Mujhako PC lana hai, guriya kahati mammi se, hame sitar bajana hai, papa bare achambhe me hai, ye mausam kangali ka, Aayaa tyohaar diwali ka, Bibi kahati pati dev se, Jab bonus tum paayoge, Sabse pahale haar sunahara, La mujhako pahnaao ge, Pati dev to mook bane hai, Rupaya denaa udhaari ka, Aayaa tyohaar diwali ka, Sab ki farmaish se tang huye hai, Bablu guriya ke papa ji, Patni to sir chadh kar bole, Kabhi na kahati aao ji, Ab bhaag na sakate papa ji, Jo theka liye rakhwali ka, Aayaa tyohaar diwali ka

Tu jagmagaaye teraa deep jagamagaaye, Sare jahan ki khushiya tere bhi ghar aaye, Ganga aur Yamuna sa nirmal ho tera man, Ambar our dhara sa swachh ho tera tan, Is nagar me teri jyoti chamchamaaaye, Tu jagmagaaye teraa deep jagamagaaye, Achchhe karmo se jag me naam hogaa tera, Teri aahat se buraiya lengi nahi basera, Tere marne k baad bhee log tera naam gaye, Tu jagmagaaye teraa deep jagamagaaye, Mit jaaye andhera jo teri dagar me aaye, Aaye kabhi na gam jo deti chintaaye, Naam amar ho tera ek taaraa timtimaaye, Tu jagmagaaye tera deep jagamagaaye, Door karo mandir masjid ka jhagara, Koi mare na bhookha koi rahe na kangala, Aane waalaa kal tera naam gungunaaye, Tu jagmagaaye tera deep jagamagaaye.

These are some of the latest diwali poems in hindi. In future, we will also cover English poems for our other readers. Meanwhile. let us know if you find any good poems that you would want to share with us. Please make sure you send them to your elders via either SMS or email. Unfortunately, many of them are quite big and will not fit in as a single SMS. To avoid such situation, you can either go for a free SMS plan or even try out our dedicated diwali 2014 SMS post.

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Happy Diwali Quotes in Hindi

Happy Diwali Quotes in Hindi: Quotes and wishing messages inspire a people to do better. There are tons of sites available on quotes that keeps churning out inspiring quotes everyday. Such things have a special place in people’s life. And it has become a part and partial of the life. A quote a day keeps evil thought away. Similarly, we keep sharing inspiring quotes with friends and family members. As a part of the diwali tradition you can wish a diwali greetings to your elders. Here is the collection of newest and exclusive happy diwali quotes in Hindi. Previously, we shared some English diwali quotes and English poems.

The new set of diwali Hindi quotes will help you wishing your relatives, friends and your close ones. The best way of celebrating the festival of lights is by sending the beautiful and newest Diwali messages to your friends and relatives. So here is the list of best Diwali messages and quotes that we are sharing with you.

Collection of Diwali Hindi Quotes

The diwali quotes are given below. You can copy-paste them or send them as an SMS to your beloved ones.

Diwali Parv Hai Khushiyon Ka,
Ujjalo Ka, Laxmi Ka aur Is Diwali Aapki zindagi Khushiyon Se Bhari Ho,
Duniya Ujjalo Se Roshan Ho, Ghar Par Maa Laxmi Ka Aagman Ho,
Happy Diwali! ! !

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Diwali Ki Light
Karay Sab Ko Delight
Pakro Masti Ki Flight Aur
Dhoom Machao All Night
Happy Diwali!!

Hai Roshni ka ye Tyohar
Laye Har Chehre par Muskaan
Sukh aur Samridhi ki Bahaar
Samet lo Saari Khushiyan
Apno ka Saath aur Pyar
Is Pawan Avsar par
Aap sab ko Diwali ka pyar.

Jagaah Nam Hoga,
Din Raat Vyapar Badhe, Itna Adhik Kam Hoga,
Ghar Parivar or Samaaj Mein Banoge Sartaaj,
Yahi Kaamna Hai Humari Aap K Liye,
Diwali Ki Dhero Shubh Kamanayen…

;-) H
–;-) A
;-) P
—-;-) P
—–;-) Y
—— ;-) DI
——-;-) WALI
2
0
1
3

“Dekhi Meri Yaari, tere yaar ne 4 Din Pehle Baazi Mari”
Ek Dua Mangte Hai Hum Apne Bhagwan Se
Chahte Hai Aapki Khushi Pure Imaan Se, Sab Hasratein Puri Ho Aapki,
Aur Aap Muskaraye Dil-O-Jaan Se!
Happy Diwali

Is Diwali Pe Hamari Dua Hai Ki Apka Har Sapnna Pura Ho,
Duniya Ke Unche Mukam Apke Ho,
Shoharat Ki unchayiyon Pe Naam Aapka Ho!
Wish you a very Happy Diwali

Deepak Ki roshni Har Pal Aapke Jivan Me Ek Naya prakash De,
Bas Yahi Shubhkamna karte hain Hum apke Liye, iss Diwali K Pawan Avsar Par.
Wish you a prosperous Diwali 2015

Diwali aaye, rangi rangoli,
deep jalaye, Dhoom Dhadaka,
chhoda phataka, jali Phuljadiyan,
Sabko Bhaye¢â‚¬Â¦
¢â‚¬Å“Happy Diwali¢â‚¬Â

Makai ki Roti, Nimbu ka Aachar,
Suraj Ki Kirne, Khushiyo ki Bahar,
Chand Ki Chandi, Apno ka Pyar,
Mubarak Ho Aapko, DIWALI ka Tyohar

Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai,
sitaro ne gagan se salam bheja hai,
Mubarak ho apko ye “DIWALI 2015″
Humne tahe dil se yeh paigam bheja hai.

aaj se aap ke yaha dhan ki barsat ho,
maa laxmi ka vas ho, sankatto ka nash ho
har dil par aapka raj ho, unnati ka sar par taj ho
ghar me shanti ka vas ho
* HAPPY DIWALI *

Aai aai Diwali aai, Saath me kitni Khushiya laayi,
Mauj manao, Dhoom machao, aap sabhi ko Diwali ki badhai.
My best wishes for you Diwali 2015.

Pal pal sunhare phool khile,
Kabhi na ho kaanto ka saamna,
Jindagi aapki khushiyo se bhari rahe,
Dipawali par humaari yahi shubhkaamna

Deepawali ka ye paawan tyohar,
Jeevan mein laye khushiya aapar,
Laxmi ji viraje aapke dwar,
Subhkamnayen hamari karen sweekar!!
Wishing you and your family a very prosperous Diwali

Diwali or deepavali is not celebrated in India but many other hindu countries as well. While the way of celebrating is different from country to country and even region to region, the message is same. Spread the harmony and peace among the human beings. These are some of the best diwali hindi quotes we can think of. Let us know if you have more diwali quotes in Hindi with you. They will be featured on this blog.

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Origin Of Diwali

Diwali is the most critical celebration in Indian history. It is commended by a huge number of individuals consistently. The festivals for this five-day celebration starts with Narak Chaturdashi, which is praises the triumph of Lord Krishna and his consort Satyabhama over the insidious devil Narak. As per the Puranas, Narak, as given in the History of Diwali unleashed a rule of dread in the kingdom of Kamarupa, notwithstanding falling back on irritating heavenly creatures.

It was then that Lord Krishna was called upon to spare the world from this vindictive being as indicated by Diwali History. In any case, Lord Krishna soon understood that Narak was not one to go down effortlessly as he was the advocate of a shelter which proclaimed that he would confront demise just because of his mom Bhudevi. So Krishna asked for his consort Satyabhama, the resurrection of Bhudevi to be his charioteer for the inescapable fight.

At the point when Lord Krishna pretended obviousness in the wake of being hit by a bolt, Satyabhama took the bow and bolt and executed Narak momentarily. The killing of Narak connotes that folks should not to waver to rebuff their youngsters for more prominent’s benefit of the general public. It reminds individuals to put the benefit of society before their very own increases and bonds.

On the second day of Diwali the Lakshmi Puja is performed. It is trusted that Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of riches and thriving, will visit sufficiently bright homes on this day. Legend has it that on this day the kindhearted Goddess rose up out of the Ocean of milk when the Gods and Demons were stirring the sea for remedy.

It is additionally trusted that Lord Vishnu slipped upon earth as a poor Brahmin Vamana, and looked for three feet of area from the evil spirit ruler Bali. At the point when the lord concurred, Vishnu secured the sky and the earth with two feet and asked the ruler where he ought to place his third foot.

The ruler set out his head at Lord Vishnu’s feet to symbolize that he ought to put it on the lord’s head. Master Vishnu then banished the underhanded lord Bali to Patal (under area) by setting his foot on the ruler’s head. On Amavasya day, Lord Vishnu came back to the sky subsequent to vanquishing Bali, the Goddess Lakshmi was pleased to see him and along these lines she offers her favors to every one of the individuals who are great and good on this day.

The third day is Bali Padyami, alleged in light of the fact that on this day Bali left Patal Lok and got to be leader of Bhulok according to the shelter given by Lord Vishnu. The fourth day is called Yama Dvitya. Famously it is known as Bhai Dhuj and is the day when sisters and sibling reaffirm and fortify their relationship.

In North India, Diwali is commended to cheer over the arrival of Lord Rama to Ayodhya following 14 years in a state of banishment. In foresight of his arrival and to welcome back their darling King, the general population of Ayodhya lit up the whole town with excellent oil lights and diyas. They likewise burst saltines and set up an astonishing presentation of firecrackers.

The Bengalis commend this day to love Goddess Durga who effectively vanquished the devil Mahisusara on the extremely same day in this manner sparing individuals a ton of misery.

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Yummy Diwali Sweet Recipes For Kids on Diwali 2015

Diwali Sweets Recipes – Diwali is just few days away. This year Diwali falls on 11th November 2015. Are you also preparing for Diwali? Yes, Then you are at right place. We all know Diwali preparation starts from cleaning our houses, Decorating them, preparing for Diwali Pooja, purchasing new clothes and household items. Last but not the least, Most important and tedious work is to prepare sweets for Diwali. So Here we are listing delicious and easy to prepare Diwali sweets.

Mouth Watering Diwali Sweets Recipes

There are different way to celebrate Diwali in each home, in what ever way you may celebrate just have a safe and prosperous Diwali. Here is a list of Sweets, Kheer, Halwa to make your celebration more yummy. Try to make it out at your home and serve your guest these delicious  sweets.

As you know quality of sweets degrades as Diwali come nearby, so try to take care of your health by avoiding the ready-madesweets from the shops. You can easily make at your own it’s too simple. Below I had shared recipes of few sweets that can bethe part of your Diwali celebration.

You can also share these Indian Diwali sweets recipes with your friends and colleagues via social networking sites.

1. Diwali Special Cookies Recipe With Diya Designs

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5.  Peanut Burfi Recipe – An Easy Sweet Dish

If you want to start cooking and have been wondering as to what recipe to make then let’s present you an easy burfi recipe called the Peanut Burfi. Take a look at how to go about with the peanut burfi recipe.

Ingredients: 11/2 cup peanuts, 1/2 cup fresh coconut (grated), 2 and 1/2 cups sugar, 1/2 cup ghee 1 cup milk

How To Make Peanut Burfi:
Soak peanuts in water for at least an hour. Grind coconut and peanuts into thick paste. Heat a pan and add sugar, milk and stir until thick. Add the paste to the pan and stir continuously. Keep stirring until the mixture starts to froth. Pour the mixture onto the greased plate and leave aside to cool. Cut the mixture into squares. Tasty Indian sweet dish is ready.

Sweets play major role in celebration of Diwali, you can enjoy the lightning of the Diwali with your family along with these yummy Diwali sweets. Hope our post Diwali Sweets Recipes For Kids is useful for you. Thank you for visiting.

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Happy Diwali Wish in Different Languages

First of all we would like to wish all of you, a prosperous Deepwali. Happy Diwali from the team of DiwaliDussehra. We wish the festival of lights bring prosperity, love and joy to everyone in this world.  May God fulfill all your dreams and complete your wishes.
If you are searching for Happy diwali wishes in advance to send your friends and family then you are at right place. We are share wishes for diwali in various languages mainly English, Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil, Marathi, Bengali, Gujarati etc. Also, you can send diwali greetings to your family using our collection.

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Diwali is the festival of lights. May this festival removes all darkness from your life…. forever

Happy Diwali Wishes in English

May Lord Ganesha steal all your tensions and worries on this Diwali & give you all the love, peace and happiness!!
Happy Diwali in Advance!!

In this festival of wealth, may Mata Laksmi bless you with prosperity and a lot of happiness to you and your family

May the Divine Light of Diwali
Spread into your Life Peace, Prosperity,
Happiness and Good Health.
Happy Diwali.

Wishing you with Wealth & Prosperity,
as you journey towards greater success.
Wishing you a Happy Diwali 2014.

Happy Diwali Wishes in Hindi


Laxmi ki mahima, Laxmi ka pyar,
Laxmi me shardha ,Laxmi se sansaar,
mubarak ho apko Diwali ka tyohar.
Happy Diwali in Advance!!

SHER Chhup Kar SHIKAAR Nahi Kerte,
Apne Kabhi Khul Kar “VAAR” Nahi Kerte,
HUM Wo “King Hain” Jo Happy Diwali Kehne Ke Liye
23 Oct Ka “INTEZAAR” Nahi Kerte.
Happy Diwali in Advance!!

Kya Bharosa
“Mobile Ka”
“Battery ka”
“Charger Ka”
“Network Ka”
“Balance Ka ”
“Life ka”
“Time ka”
“Esi Liye Advance Me
“Happy Diwali”

Happy Diwali Wishes in Punjabi

Rab Kare Diwali roj Hi aave,
Dilan Wich vi pyar de dive jagave
Dher Saaryian Khushyian de patake chhod jave
Rusde dilan nu wi ik kar jave
Mere walon Diwali di mubarakan
Ashirwad Mile wadian da,
Sahyog Mile Apnya da
Khusiya Milan Jag diyan
Doulat Mile Rub di
eh hi ardas Karde han dilo
“Happy diwali”
Asi tuhade dil wich rehnde han,
ise layi har dard sehnde han,
kite satho pehlan tusi sms na likh devo,
asi sawere sawere HAPPy Diwali kehnde haan

Happy Diwali Wishes in Tamil

உனக்கும் உன் குடும்பத்தார்க்கும் என் இனிய ***தீபாவளி*** நல்வாழ்த்துக்கள், என்றும் அன்புடன் உன் நண்பண்.

Valkaiyil ilappadhu tappe illai,
aanal matravar valkai nammal ilakka kudhathu…….
Many more happy deepavali valthukal…

Deepangal Jolikka,
Pattasu vedikka,
Pudhu Thuni Udhuthi,
Magilchiyudan in’naalai neengal kondada,
En Iniya Deepavali Vaazthukkall…
anphudan shiva..

Valkaiyil ilappadhu tappe illai,
aanal matravar valkai nammal ilakka kudhathu.
Many more happy deepavali valthukal.

 

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Diwali Long Speech

Diwali is regarded as one of the most important festival of the Hindu calendar. It is celebrated across the nation with great pomp and excitement. The festival is mainly associated with lights as it is called the festival of light. On the day of the festival diyas (small clay lamps) are lit in everybody ‘s home irrespective of their social status. The name Diwali signifies ‘rows of lighted lamps ‘. Diwali is a five-day festival, beginning on the 15th day of the Hindu calendar month of Kartika (Ashwin). By the Gregorian calendar, Diwali falls in October or November. Diwali marks the beginning of the Hindu and Gujarati New Year and is celebrated with the lighting of lamps and candles, and lots of fireworks. People decorate their home with beautiful diyas and making rangoli pattern in the courtyard and in front of the gate. They put flowers and mango leaves on their doors and windows. Diyas and candles are placed on rooftops, rooms, and kitchen and even in the bathrooms. On this day, people worship Lord Ganesha, the foremost of all Hindu Gods and Goddess Lakshmi, the Goddess of Wealth and Prosperity. It is time to exchange gifts and sweets with friends, relatives and neighbors.

Due to India ‘s varied cultural diversity there are many manifestations of the Diwali festival. The festival begins with Dhanteras, a day set aside to worship the goddess of prosperity, Goddess Lakshmi. On this day, homes are cleaned and paintings are done. There are various legends associated with the celebration of Diwali. But people mostly associate the celebration with the legend of Lord Ram returning to his kingdom of Ayodhya after fourteen years of exile and defeating Ravana, the demon king. In Bengal, the celebration is marked with the worship of Goddess Kali. People celebrate Kali puja with great fervor and enthusiasm. Joy and festivity reins every corner of the nation during the Diwali season. Diwali festival is the one Hindu festival that unites the whole of India. The exchange of sweets and the explosion of fireworks customarily accompany the celebration of the festival. Diwali is an occasion for cheerfulness and togetherness. This is that time of the year when people of all age and all class take part in its celebration.

Diwali is an occasion for great rejoicing. In the morning of the Diwali day every family is busy since very early in the morning. People put on new clothes. Visits are exchanged between friends and relations. Gifts are given and taken. In the evening rows of earthen lamps are lit on every house-front. On this day, prayers for success and prosperity are offered to Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth.

This time in the day of Diwali. I was with my brother at Cuttack. I and my brother’s children were busy in decorating the building of my brother. We hung many kinds of photos on the wall. We fitted colour bulbs to the front-wall of the house. Besides, we placed a number of earthen lamps on the roof-top. In the evening we lit the electric bulbs and the earthen lamps. The sight was very magnificently bright. In the evening we hired two rickshaws. The whole family had a round inside Cuttack. The Nayasark appeared the best in decoration. We enjoy the sight. We enjoyed the fire works here and there at Cuttack.”

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Happy Diwali Pictures in HD For Diwali 2015

Happy Diwali Pictures : Diwali, also known as Deepavali, is celebrated in the Hindu calendar month of Ashwin and Kartika and in western calendar on 11th November 2015. Diwali is a most important festivals among Hindus and celebrated in many countries. For many Hindus Diwali is a beginning of a new year. It is the festival of light and usually celebrated by lightning Diya’s, candles and firing crackers. Diwali is followed by many other festivals like bhaiduj, teej etc. Karvachauth is celebrated before Deepawali which is on 11th November. Halloween which is not an Hindu festival, many Indians celebrate it too. None the less, Coming back to Diwali, festival of lights is waiting for you to start celebrating with cleaning of house, re-painting your home, decorating your home and purchasing new items for your home. Do not forget to shop for yourself. Buy some of the best clothes to look fabulous and stunning.

And yes, If you are searching pictures for Diwali, then we are looking forward for your help. For this beautiful occasion here we are sharing few awesome Diwali pictures. You can use this pictures for wishing your friends, family members, colleagues. These Diwali pictures can also be used as a desktop background for this auspicious occasion.

Diwali Pictures – Happy Diwali Pictures in HD To Share

Many people who are Facebook lover update their profile according to the upcoming event can use these Diwali pictures. In the day-to-day busy life if you forgot to wish your near and dear one’s a very Happy Diwali, than you can use this below provided Deepavali pictures collection to wish them.

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You may also take print out of these Diwali HD pictures for decoration purpose. You can decorate your desktop, PC, laptop, mobile phone, tablets etc.

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Happy Diwali 2015 Short Poems Essay in English

If you are searching about Happy Diwali 2015 Short Poems Essay Long Speech in English, marathi, telugu & Hindi for school children, colleges students, tuition kids, teachers so you are right place here scroll down your page & get latest Diwali Poems, Essay, Speech below. This year Diwali is going celebrate on 23rd october 2015. On the occasion of Diwali students were searching for essays and poems to represent in schools and colleges. Diwali is the festival when the entire Hindu community scattered across the globe is soaked in the jollification and merriment. Specially this festival is among the most awaited festivals in India. It is difficult to express the intensity of happiness that can be seen among the people during the festive days of Diwali. The celebrations are at their full swing and people are engrossed in offering prayers to the deities, showering gifts on their loved ones and in other activities. The whole aura is captured by certain poets and is weaved beautifully in their words.

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Diwali Short Poems

It’s the “Festival of Lights” today,
It’s again the day of Diwali,
It’s time to dress up folks,
It’s time to adorn the thali.

It’s the occasion to throng the temples,
Pray to the Gods and give them offerings,
It’s an opportunity to entreat the deities,
To bless us all and rid us of sufferings.

It’s the day to light the diyas,
Ignite the rockets and burst crackers,
But it’s also the time to be safe,
From the fireworks and all the sparklers.

It’s the season to pay a visit,
To all our friends and relations,
To hand them over sweets and presents,
Diwali is our splendid chance.

But while you spend a time of joy,
Don’t think it’s merriment all the way,
Out there wait many of those,
For whom it’s no time to be gay.

Denied of laughter and smiles for days,
They know not what it is to enjoy,
Can you not share something you have,
Can you not bring them a little joy?

When you can make someone else smile
When you can be someone’s ally
That’s when you can yourself be glad
That’s when you’ll have a HAPPY DIWALI!

Happy Diwali Essay

 

Diwali is one the most important festival of Hindus It is celebrated with great enthusiasm throughout the length and breadth of India. It is a festival of lights.

It falls on the Amavasya of the month of Kartik every year by Hindu calendar and in the last week of October or in the starting days of November by English calendar.

Many legends are associated with this festival. It marks the victory of Ram over Ravana. As a matter of fact, Diwali is the symbol of the victory of the forces of good over evil.

According to some on this day Lord Ram reached Ayodhya along with Sita and Lakshman. The villagers of Ayodhya welcomed Ram, Lakshman and Sitaby decorating and illuminating their village withdiyas. Jains says this is the day when Lord Mahavira attained “moksha or salvation”. They show lights in jubilation of thus attainment. Dayanand Saraswati of Arya Samaj also attained ‘Nirvana’ on this day.

It is a festival of lights and firework. It comes after Durga Puja as the winter sets in. In West Bengal and some other places in North India Goddess Kali is worshipped during the Diwali. As the lights keep away the darkness, Goddess Kali drives away the evil forces in our world.

Great perpetrations are made for this festival. Everyone starts making arrangement one month before Diwali, new cloths are purchased, houses are cleaned and decorated with lights, flowers etc. People call and invite their nearest and dearest ones.

On this festival, sweets are made and distributed among friends and relatives. People indulge in fun and frolic on the day of Diwali. New clothes are worn by the young and the old. At the same time during night, fire-works and crackers are also let off. The bright flames of the fire-work present an exquisite sight in the dark night.

The festival wears a lovely look. Everyone is well clad gay and mirthful some celebrate it in the most enthusiastic way some indulge in gambling according to gamblers, forms a part of Diwali festival. At night the people illuminate their houses, walls and terraces with earthen pots. The glittering lights in the darkness of night present a bewitching spectacle. Apart from houses, public buildings and government officers are also lit up. The scene of lights and illumination is very enchanting.

The Hindus worship Lakshmi; the Goddess of wealth on this day. They say prayers, so that Goddess Lakshmi may visit their houses. Lakshmi Puja is the Puja of Lakshmi Goddess and is performed at the night during Diwali.

Diwali festival is the festival of the whole country. It is celebrated in every nook and Corner of our country. Thus this festival also creates a sense of oneness among the people. It becomes the symbol of unity. India has been celebrating this festival for thousands of years and continues to celebrate it even today which is both historical and religious.

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Beautiful Latest Floral Designs Rangoli for Diwali Pics 2015

We provide you here Beautiful Latest Floral Designs Rangoli with Flowers for Diwali 2015 by which you can get ideas to made rangoli at your home on the occasion of Diwali. Rangoli is creative art which has been done the entrance or inside the house to welcome Goddess Lakshmi to give her blessings and happiness and also she represents good fortune. In the houses of Hindus we can see different and beautiful rangoli. Rangolis are usually colourful (though you can find monochrome designs too) and are made using several materials like flower petals, rice, flour etc. In Eastern and Southern regions, Rangolis are made using a mixture made of grounded rice mixed with water, and are specially called Kolams (in Tamil Nadu).  So each region has its own ways of doing their rangolis. The most common flowers used in Flower ranglois are are daisies, roses and marigolds. Not just flowers but leaves are used in flower Rangoli too.

Beautiful Latest Floral Designs Rangoli with Flowers

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