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Friday, 19 October 2018

Diwali 2018 Wishes Quotes Messages SMS

Diwali is a festival of lights and lamps, sparkles and bliss, goodness and happiness, purity and prosperity. It is never complete without your family and friends. Here are a few Diwali wishes, for you to share with your family and wish them a very happy and prosperous Diwali.

Diwali Wishes:




May this festival of light bring you new hopes and new dreams, new perspectives, and new avenues. May it shower all good onto you and your family and each day be full of pleasant moments for you. A very happy Diwali to you and your family.




 On this sparkling festival of lights and an auspicious occasion, may the glowing lamp of Diwali illuminate your life, your home, and bring you immense joy, happiness, and prosperity. A very happy Diwali to you and your family.


With the gleam of bright divas, auspicious festivities, and the chants to the Holy, your life may become full of prosperity and happiness for now and forever. Here is wishing you and your family a very happy Diwali.







 May all your troubles become as light as air and all your love as deep as an ocean, may you have friends as solid as diamonds and your success be as bright as gold. These are the wishes being sent to you by before you and your family on the happy occasion of Diwali for time to come.





Happy Diwali Messages:

May the lights of lights, the lights of inner shine and self-light, enlighten you with prosperity, happiness, and opportunities your heart and your life. A very happy Diwali dear friend.

Light up those love lamps, blast out those sorrow chains, shoot out those prosperity rockets, and fire out those happiness flower pots. May this Diwali be extremely sparkling for you. A very happy Diwali to you.




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May this Diwali bless you with good fortune, prosperity, wealth, happiness, and much more. Wish you and your family a very happy and auspicious Diwali.


Nor does the sunshine so bright, nor does the moon shines so bright, nor are the stars so brightening as the light of one’s self is illuminating. Merge with the light of self this Diwali with the light of lamps. Enjoy a supreme Diwali with yourself.



The significance of Diwali is in removing darkness and filling the vacuum with goodness and happiness. Here is wishing you and your family all the goodness and a very happy Diwali.

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Saturday, 14 October 2017

Kali Chaudas Images Wallpaper Pictures Wishes

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kali Chaudas is also called as a Naraka Chaturdashi also known as Kali ChaudasRoop Chaudas, Choti Diwali.Kali Chaudas is famous Hindi festival before 1 day of Diwali.Kali Chaudas is festival is famous in west India and north India.Kali Chaudas word meaning is kali(it represented black color) And Chudas means the fourteenth day of Aaso month(Hindi Calendar).We have collected some best Kali Chudas images, Pictures, Wallpaper, And wishes for you.


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Kali Chaudas Wishes:



Pooja se bhari thaali hai
Chaaro oor khushhaali hai
Aao milke manaye ye din
Aaj Choti Diwali hai.
Aaoko aur aapke parivaar ko
Dheron shubhkaamnaayein.



Is Kali Chaudas ko Bhagwan Appko Har Kali Nazar Se Bachaye...
Happy Kali Chaudas

Ma Adi-Shakti Mahakali aap ke jeevan me sukh, santi aur samrudhi pradan kare. Aisi Mataji ko pranaam.
Happy Kali Chaudas


Diyo Se Sang

Khushion ke Rang

Ho Jaaye Malang

Leke Nayi Umang

Narak Chaturdashi Ki Dheron Shubhkaamnaayein
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Saturday, 30 September 2017

Happy Diwali Wishes Quotes Images Quotes SMS Messages 2018

The Indian festival of lights is here again. Years may come and go but the joy and enthusiasm that comes with the arrival of this happy festival have no boundaries. This is one such occasion which people of all the ages wait for and love to celebrate. Celebrations apart, it is also the big day of remembering the good’s victory over the evil, the victory of light over darkness, and the victory of success over failure. Diwali or Deepawali is the most celebrated festivals by most of the people of India irrespective of their religion, culture, place, state, or economic status. Go and ask any kind of what their favorite festival is, the answer will be Diwali. The same reaction is also expected from the elders including our parents and grandparents. Though their opinions on why the festival is their favorite might be different at the end, what everyone remembers about the festival is the happiness, love, joy, positive energy it leaves us. Diwali is associated with a number of mythological stories which are different for the people of different cultural backgrounds and states.



Diwali, an Indian festival as already known is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, Sikhs, and Buddhists. Diwali, which means “Series of Lights” in Sanskrit, is known to be celebrated as the victory of light over darkness, positive energy over negativity, hope on despair, knowledge over ignorance, and good over evil. There are a number of stories associated with the festival celebration. It is said that Diwali is celebrated after Lord Rama defeated Ravana in the beginning of the ‘Kartika’ month according to the Hindu calendar. To honor the return of Rama along with Sita, villagers lit days signifying the celebrations. To some, Diwali is celebrated after the Pandavas return from vanvas in Mahabharata. People perform special pujas to Goddess Lakshmi on this day as it is also considered as the day on which she accepted Lord Vishnu as her husband and married him. The west and certain parts of North mark the beginning of the New year on Diwali. Sikhs celebrate the day as “Bandi Chor Diwas” when Guru Har Gobind freed himself from some Hindu Kings. In Jainism, it is said that Mahavira attained Nirvana on this day. Buddhists mark this occasion as Ashoka’s conversion to Buddhism following the Kalinga war and celebrate by chanting mantras.


The celebration of lights and sparks is about to begin this year. Sure, you must be already ready with all the fire crackers, a number of ideas to decorate your house, and all the sweets to be distributed. Diwali messages, Happy Diwali Greetings, Diwali Poems, Diwali Quotes, Deepawali Wishes are here to help you out send the best greetings to all your family members, friends, and other good wishes. Along with the distribution of the sweets and seeking blessings from the elders, wish them happy Diwali along with these messages and believe us, it is going to be their best wishes of this Diwali. All that our elders expect from us is a small attention and this can be the right occasion to fulfill their wishes. Not just Diwali, festivals and special occasions are the only days in which we get some time to relax, meet our family and friends so, why can’t we make it the best times ever. So, here is the Deepawali occasion that is right around the corner which is the best moment to celebrate. Have a small gathering of friends, family members, and other good wishes, perform the Diwali Puja and share your happiness and greetings of Diwali using the best of the best messages that we have provided below.


Happy Diwali Wishes 





1. Celebrate Diwali with your loved ones and enjoy this day with festivity all around you. Happy Diwali.

2. The much awaited time of the year has arrived, it is time for Diwali. Happy Diwali, celebrate the day with lights and love


3. This Diwali, do not burn a Patakha. Instead, date one. Happy Diwali.


4. Forget about negativity and engage yourself in the positive vibes of the festival. Happy Diwali.


 5. Sharing sweets on Diwali and making memories with the special ones is the happiest thing to do on Diwali. Happy Diwali everyone.


6. The joy and happiness that Diwali brings into our life are great. Hope the festival brings a smile on everyone's face. Happy Diwali.


 7. This Diwali, gift someone your heart, not sweets. Happy Diwali.


8. The whole city lightens up on this day, wears the biggest smiles and enjoys the most on Diwali. Happ Diwali.


9. Happy Diwali. May your life be as bright and colorful as the festival and may you be blessed with prosperity and luck.


10. Diwali makes the ones away from the home regret their decisions the most. Happy Diwali.

Celebrate this day with your family and friends without any regret.




Diwali Wishes 





 11. The candle lightens up both our homes and hearts and fills them with warmth and joy. Happy Diwali.


12. The sky looks amazingly beautiful with all the flying lanterns floating around and creating an image of how heaven looks. Happy Diwali.




13. The Facebook and Instagram posts suddenly turn bright and happy when Diwali arrives. Wishing everyone a very Happy Diwali.




14. You know it's Diwali when you start missing your home the most. Happy Diwali, just take time out for your close and loved ones and spend time with them on this day.


15. Diwali lightens up our home and makes us realize it looks better and more beautiful with all the happiness around. Happy Diwali.


16. Celebrate a safe Diwali this year. Do not burn crackers. Make it a happy Diwali both for yourself and others.


17. Animals cannot speak. Be their voice and raise alert against burning crackers on Diwali. Happy Diwali, every paw matters.


18. Diwali is all about happiness, bright clothes, big smiles and happy times. I wish you a very Happy Diwali.


19. The sound of the crackers makes unnecessary sound pollution. Celebrate Diwali in a more noise-free way and enjoy the company of your loved ones. Happy Diwali.


20. I wish you and your family a very Happy Diwali. May God shower you with good health and prosperity.


21. Happy Diwali to the employees who work away from home and are going to celebrate it working on their computer from 9 to 7. May your day be less miserable than the other days.


22. Happy Diwali to everyone. May this day makes you a happier person and bless you with luck and love.


 23. Diwali comes once in a year and fills up our lives with happiness and memories and makes us look forward to the next year with great expectations. Happy Diwali.


24. The lights and the sweets have just added a bonus in Diwali. The real perks of Diwali are the togetherness and happiness that the festivals bring in our lives. Happy Diwali.



25. Wishing you a bright and happy Diwali. May this day brings in your life happiness and positivity and fills it with the warmth of love. Looking forward to spending a great Diwali with you ahead.


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Wish you all a very Happy Diwali, May GOD bless you and your family always. May God showers you all with lots of happiness and prosperity.

Wish you all a very Happy Diwali, May GOD bless you and your family always. May God showers you all with lots of happiness and prosperity.

Diwali is 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.


Happy Diwali Quotes :



Diwali is the best time of the year indeed, you get to meet all your favorite people and make memories with them. Happy Diwali.


Happy Diwali to everyone who forgot to smile. It is the time of the year when the whole city brightens up to put the smile back on your face.


Say yes to a noise-free Diwali and make it a happy one for the others. Happy Diwali.


May your Diwali be as bright and colorful as the shining lights. Happy Diwali.


Remember to wish your parents a Happy Diwali. It is because of them that you get to celebrate.


This Diwali, be brave enough to walk up to that girl and disclose your love. May be the warnth of Diwali can melt her heart. Happy Diwali.2018


 The shining bright lights, the wall paints, the sweets, everything makes Diwali a special occassion for everyone. Happy Diwali.2018


Happy Diwali to my friends and family. May you get to spend the best time of the year on this day.


This Diwali, burn your ego, nit crackers. Happy Diwali.2018


 Every year we wait for this day to come, as it the closest to our hearts. Happy Diwali love.


Everyone was burning crackers, no one noticed she was sitting alone in the dark corner as she was afraid to go out. Yes, she is a dog, its her Diwali too. Happy Diwali. Stay safe.






Diwali is not just about lights and crackers, it is also about the togetherness. Happy Diwali.


Diwali is close to everyone's heart. It is the only time your rooms never get dark. Happy Diwali.


Between all the fun and games, i would like to wish you a very Happy and Safe Diwali. May your life be as sweet as Gulabjamun.




Diwali is the only time of the year you need not give any excuses to taste delicious sweets of all kinds. It is an official cheat day henceforth. Happy Diwali.


Diwali Quotes 




The family remained busy otherwise, only Diwali united them. Just an occasion for others, a special day for them. Happy Diwali.


The night sky never looks as beautiful as it looks on the night of Diwali. Happy Diwali.


The lantern that they flew might blow away to a distant place, but the love will remain.

 Happy Diwali to all the lovebirds.


Diwali is the time of the year when the little child inside each of us wakes up ready to do mischief of all kinds. Happy Diwali.


It was her first Diwali away from home. Only a skype call with mom made it feel like home again. Happy Diwali to all the youngsters


 Happy Diwali people, may your life be as bright and colorful as the night sky on a Diwali night. 


Diwali comes once in a year and leaves a thousand memories behind for us. Happy Diwali.


Happy Diwali to you, Let the positivity around prevail. Stay safe.


 Since childhood, Diwali has been her favorite occasion. Her dad comes home on that day. Happy Diwali.


The family spent the first Diwali with the new bride like it was her home, and she knew them for a long time. Indeed, it is the occasion of positivity.


We burn Raavan every year on Diwali knowing the fact that he never really dies. Happy Diwali.


Happy Diwali mate. Looking forward to working more with you. Stay safe






HAPPY DIWALI SMS:


जगमग दिये की तरह, जलते रहो तुम सारी उम्र मन में छुपे अंधेरों को, खलते रहो तुम सारी उम्र-दिवाली की शुभकामनाएं




रौशनी की रात आई है, खुशियों की सौगात लाई है देखो आज ज़मीन पर यूँ, सितारों की बारात आई है--दिवाली की शुभकामनाएं

दिवाली के पटाखों की तरह, दर्द के छाले फोड़ दो हो बुराई जितनी भी मन में, आज तुम सब छोड़ दो--दिवाली की शुभकामनाएं

आओ बनाएं एक नया जहां, ना रहे कोई मजबूर जहाँ जगमगाते रहे यूँही हम सब, दुखों का हो फिर दूर जहां-दिवाली की शुभकामनाएं

दीपावली के मौके पर, स्वच्छता की शपथ ले हम अपने प्यारे भारतवर्ष में, एकता की शपथ ले हम--दिवाली की शुभकामनाएं

Diyon ki roshni se jhilmilata aangan ho, Patakhon ki goonjo se aasman roshan ho, Aisi aaye jhoom ke yeh diwali, Har taraf kushiyon ka mausam ho……!!!! Diwali Ki Shubh Kamnayein


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Thursday, 28 September 2017

Happy Diwali Images Pictures Wallpapers Download 2018

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