Happy Deepavali, Best Messages, Quotes, Wishes and Images to share on Diwali

Happy Diwali 2021

Diwali is a festival of lights and one of the major festivals celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs and some Buddhists, notably Newar Buddhists. The festival usually lasts five days and is celebrated during the Hindu lunisolar month Kartika

Diwali Wishes

1. Have a happy and safe Diwali.

2. May your Diwali be free from darkness and abundant with light.

3. Have a fun and festive Diwali!

4. Hoping your Diwali brings health, wealth, and happiness.

5. May your Diwali bring peace and love to your life.

6. Wishing you an abundance of love and riches this Diwali.

7. May Diwali burn out your problems and brighten your life.

8. May all of your wishes come true this Diwali.

9. May Deepavali’s light brighten your days this Diwali.

10. Wishing you a fortuitous year ahead this Diwali.

11. Wishing you warmth and love this Diwali.

12. May your Diwali be peaceful and prosperous.

13. May your Diwali be full of fun and good fortune.

14. May your festival of light celebrations be fun, safe, and spiritual.

15. Wishing you a bright and joyous Diwali.

16. Have a blessed Diwali.

17. May all your dreams come true this Diwali.

23. May this year bring smiles as bright as the Diwali lights.

24. May your Diwali be as sweet as the candy you consume to celebrate it.

25. Sweet wishes for Diwali and the rest of the year.

Diwali Greetings

26. Sending love and light this Diwali and all year long.

27. May the warmth and brightness of the Diwali lights shine on you all year.

28. May Diwali bring beautiful new colors into your life.

29. May Diwali usher in a bright new outlook.

30. Wishing you warmth, love, and light this Diwali and all year long.

31. Hope your Diwali is lit!

32. May Diwali light the way for a year full of wisdom, truth, love, and joy.

33. May Lakshmi recognize you this year.

34. Wishing you the sweetest gifts this Diwali.

35. May the lamps of Diwali glow long into the year for you.

36. May light triumph over darkness this year.

37. Praying knowledge triumphs over ignorance this Diwali and the rest of the year.

38. Wishing you wealth and wisdom this Diwali.

39. Shubh Deepavali!

40. This Diwali, may good forever triumph over evil.

Diwali, or Dipawali, is India‘s biggest and most important holiday of the year. The festival gets its name from the row (avali) of clay lamps (deepa) that Indians light outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness. This festival is as important to Hindus as the Christmas holiday is to Christians.

Over the centuries, Diwali has become a national festival that’s also enjoyed by non-Hindu communities. For instance, in Jainism, Diwali marks the nirvana, or spiritual awakening, of Lord Mahavira on October 15, 527 B.C.; in Sikhism, it honors the day that Guru Hargobind Ji, the Sixth Sikh Guru, was freed from imprisonment. Buddhists in India celebrate Diwali as well.

Facts about Diwali

1) Diwali is an important religious festival originating in India. People often think of Diwali as a Hindu festival, but it is also celebrated by Sikhs and Jains.

2) Diwali takes place annually and lasts for five days, marking the start of the Hindu New Year. The exact dates change each year and are determined by the position of the moon – but it usually falls between October and November.

3) The word Diwali (or Deepavali as it’s sometimes called) means “row of lights” in an Ancient language of India, called Sanskrit. During this festival, people decorate their homes with lights and oil lamps, called diyas.

4) For many people, Diwali honours the Hindu goddess of wealth, Lakshmi. The lights and lamps are said to help Lakshmi find her way into peoples’ homes, bringing prosperity in the year to come!

5) It’s also a celebration of good triumphing over evil, and different legends based on this theme are associated with Diwali. In northern India, Hindus celebrate the return of the deities (gods) Rama and Sita to the city of Ayodhya, after defeating the evil king Ravana!

6) In the region of Bengal people worship the goddess Kali, the destroyer of evil forces, during Diwali. And in Nepal (a country bordering north-east India), people celebrate Lord Krishna’s victory over the wicked king Narakaasura

7) But it’s not just about lights and legends –– Diwali is a time to have fun with friends and family! People exchange gifts and sweets, enjoy delicious feasts, watch firework displays and wear new clothes. It’s a time to clean and decorate your home, too.

8) Rangoli is a popular Diwali tradition –– beautiful patterns made using colourful powders and flowers. People draw rangoli on the floor by the entrance of their homes to welcome the gods and bring good luck!

9) Today, this fascinating festival is celebrated by thousands of people in countries all around the world. During Diwali, Hindus living outside India gather at places of worship called mandirs to leave offerings to deities, watch firework displays and eat yummy food together!

10) The city of Leicester, in the United Kingdom, holds the largest Diwali celebrations outside of India. Every year, tens of thousands of people gather in the streets to enjoy vibrant shows of light, music and dancing!

Happy Diwali Wishes

51. May the lights of joy and prosperity beam on you this Diwali.

52. Wishing you a glowing Diwali.

53. May positivity and prosperity light up your life this new year.

54. Let hope light and guide you this Diwali.

55. Here’s hoping this new year brings joy, peace, and success.

56. May glowing lamps guide your way to prosperity.

57. Saal Mubarak!

58. Diwali ki Shubhkamnayein

59. May the diyas’ lights guide you to joy and love this year.

60. Wishing your Diwali and life to be abundant with joy, light, and love.

61. May the bright colors of Diwali illuminate your life.

62. Wishing you the greatest of fortunes this new year.

63. May Diwali bring light, sweetness, and success to you and your family.

64. Let lamps guide your family to prosperity this Diwali.

65. May Diwali brighten your life.

66. Let your life be as bright and colorful as the Rangoli.

67. Wishing you the most vibrant Diwali and prosperous new year.

68. May your light brighten the darkness this Diwali and the rest of the year.

69. Let your love be the light that overtakes the shadows this Diwali.

70. May Diwali be a reminder that shadows pass, but the light remains.

71. May your light never burn out this Diwali and the rest of the year.

72. Sending you warm wishes and bright light this Diwali.

73. Wishing you bright lights to make your biggest dreams come true.

74. Let love and hope light up your darkest days this year.

75. May good triumph over evil, love over hate, joy over despair this Diwali and all year long.