Thursday, November 5, 2020

Diwali Greetings 2020

Around the world, people are lighting up the sky with fireworks and dressing up in new clothes. Their homes decorated with colors and candles. It's Diwali the festival of lights. The word Diwali was inspired by a Sanskrit word called Deepavali. This means rows of lit lamps and that's why the valley is known as the festival of lights.


Happy Diwali 2020 Status / Diwali Greetings 2020 / Happy Diwali 2020 Wishes:


1) Wish you Happy Diwali:)


2) Wishing you and your family a happy Diwali:)


3) May this Diwali bring you happiness and love:)


4) This Diwali promise yourself that you will be happy always:)


5) Celebrate this Diwali with sweets and love:)


6) Make your Diwali special with your smile:)


7) Hope this Diwali bring you wealth and happiness:)


8) Forget past and start new life this Diwali:)


9) दिवाली की शुभकामनाएं!

 

10) आपको और आपके परिवार को दिवाली की शुभकामनाएं


11) This Diwali create beautiful memories:)


12) Make your Diwali unforgettable with a smile:)


13) Forget all tensions, because it's Diwali:)


14) 1+1 is 2
2+2+2 is 6
Sweets+Lights+Crackers+Happiness is Diwali:)


15) May all your dreams come true. Happy Diwali:)

 

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Happy Diwali Wishes in All Indian Languages

 

  1. Happy Diwali In English: Wishing you and your family happy Diwali
  2. Happy Diwali In Hindi: आपको और आपके परिवार को दिवाली की शुभकामनाएं
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  4. Happy Diwali In Bengali: আপনাকে এবং আপনার পরিবারকে একটি শুভ দীপাবলির শুভেচ্ছা
  5. Happy Diwali In Marathi: तुम्हाला आणि तुमच्या परिवारास दिवाळीच्या हार्दिक शुभेच्छा
  6. Happy Diwali In Telugu: మీకు మరియు మీ కుటుంబ సభ్యులకు దీపావళి శుభాకాంక్షలు
  7. Happy Diwali In Tamil: உங்களுக்கும் உங்கள் குடும்பத்தினருக்கும் மகிழ்ச்சியான தீபாவளி வாழ்த்துக்கள்
  8. Happy Diwali In Urdu: آپ کو اور آپ کے اہل خانہ کو دیوالی کی مبارکباد
  9. Happy Diwali In Kannada: ನಿಮಗೆ ಮತ್ತು ನಿಮ್ಮ ಕುಟುಂಬಕ್ಕೆ ದೀಪಾವಳಿಯ ಶುಭಾಶಯಗಳು
  10. Happy Diwali In Odia: ଆପଣ ଏବଂ ଆପଣଙ୍କ ପରିବାରକୁ ଦିୱାଲୀ ଶୁଭେଚ୍ଛା |
  11. Happy Diwali In Malayalam: നിങ്ങൾക്കും നിങ്ങളുടെ കുടുംബത്തിനും ദീപാവലി ആശംസകൾ നേരുന്നു
  12. Happy Diwali In Punjabi: ਤੁਹਾਨੂੰ ਅਤੇ ਤੁਹਾਡੇ ਪਰਿਵਾਰ ਨੂੰ ਦੀਵਾਲੀ ਦੀਆਂ ਮੁਬਾਰਕਾਂ

At any time of year, a visitor to India can be overwhelmed by its beauty and color. Diwali the festival of lights that Indian people believe bring happiness. Diwali for Hindus is the same as Christmas is to Christians. It's such a big festival, which comes once a year. Commemorates the victory of the forces of light over the forces of darkness. To experience Diwali fully get up before dawn and head for the flower markets. Here flower vendors work feverishly to create Garland's of fragrant jasmine. These flowers people will use to adorn their homes. In Diwali people visit the temple and pray to God. You may see a curious sight people hunched in front of their doorways pouring colored sand on the ground. The sand takes the shape of a lotus blossom a symbol of welcome and today millions of symbols made for welcome happiness. Indeed Diwali is all about sharing. If you're staying in a private home don't be surprised if the neighbors show up with plates of delicious sweets. On Diwali people travel and enjoy the Holidays. You can see all people dressed in new clothes. Which they purchased especially for Diwali. All the clothes and sweet shops are available on Diwali. So you can buy as much you want. On Diwali, employees get 2-3 days of holidays and children to get 10-20 days of holidays. Diwali is associated with Lakshmi Devi. On this day families come together and enjoy all the good things in life. So people buy good clothes and make good food. Everywhere there are lights, in commercial areas like malls are decorated specially for Diwali. Some cities also put on spectacular public displays of fireworks. You will see the sky with fireworks, the whole sky spread colors of fireworks.


What is Diwali:

 

Around the world, people are lighting up the sky with fireworks and dressing up in new clothes. Their homes decorated with colors and candles. It's Diwali the festival of lights. The word Diwali was inspired by a Sanskrit word called Deepavali. This means rows of lit lamps and that's why the valley is known as the festival of lights. The five-day festival is celebrated every fall by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and some Buddhists celebrate Diwali. Hindu celebrate Diwali to rejoice Lord Ram return home after being exiled for 14 years and defeating a king known as Ravana. This is the celebration for Lord Ram returning home from Ayodhya. Jains celebrate the festival to mark the spiritual awakening of their Lord Mahavira. Sikh celebrates Diwali to commemorate their leader Guru Hargobind returned to Amritsar a city in northern India after being imprisoned and some Buddhists celebrate the festival in honor of their emperor Ashoka's decision to follow a path of peace and converting to Buddhism after witnessing a lot of killings and deaths. Although these four religions have different reasons for celebrating Diwali what they all have in common is the concept of new beginnings light over darkness and good over evil. Diwali is celebrated with prayers, fireworks, candles, the fire inside of clay pots, and Rangoli indoor side which are colored patterns drawn on the ground with colored rice or powder. Diwali is also a good reason to invite friends, family over for a big meal and celebration.


How to celebrate Diwali :


Diwali is the most exciting and unique festival in India. Diwali is one of the few occasions when all the family members come together for the purpose of celebrating the festival. Festival of lights literally translated as a line of lamps. Diwali is celebrated as the festival of light. A number of exciting activities are part of this festival. Diwali is a festival of the heaviest budget for the Hindu families. New clothes are purchased well before the arrival of Diwali. People buy new dresses for all the family members and the houses are cleaned and often painted with new colors. In many homes, they prepare a list of sweets and snacks in a large quantity which is enough to be able to distribute to their neighbors, relatives, and friends. Some families instead of making sweets they place an order with sweet sellers. On this occasion the third thing is crackers, well before the start of the festival a long line of cracker shops open up in every village and town. Most of them float attractive adverts announcing the discount sale.  A large variety of innovative crackers are pouring into the market these days depending on the budget of families. People buy crackers depending on the age of children, for small children, there are some categories of crackers are available. For adults, there are other categories of crackers available. Actually for adults, more violence crackers are available. Some family members do the Ganga water holy bath every morning of Diwali. They just put Ganga river water in normal water then do a bath. Which is considered a holy bath. You will find Ganga river water sold in some shops. Diwali starts early in November, date change every year. Diwali is celebrated in 10-20 days. People decorate the home with lights, flowers, and colors. People take blessings from elders for a good future. Elders give gifts and money to children.


Happy Diwali 2020 Date:


12th November (Dhanteras)


13th November (Naraka Chaturdashi)


14th November (Lakshmi Puja/Kali Puja)


15th November (Govardhan Puja/Balipratipada)


16th November (Bhai Dooj/Vishwakarma Puja)


Diwali Other Name:


Diwali is also known as Deepavali, Dipavali, Dewali, Deepawali, or the Festival of Lights.

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