Happy Diwali 2021 – Festival of Lights

    Happy Diwali 2021 – Festival of Lights

    Diwali, festival of lights, also known as Deepavali in Sanskrit, celebrationis a five-day Hindu festival and one of the most important in India.

    Over time, the holiday has come to be observed by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains, and some Buddhists throughout India. The holiday, also known as the “festival of lights,” commemorates the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil.

    This year’s celebrations began on Friday, but the main day is Sunday, as is customary on the 15th day of the Hindu month of Kartik. According to the BBC, Deepavali means “rows of lighted lamps,” and during Diwali, houses, shops, and public places will be decorated with small oil lamps known as diyals.

    With the pandemic restrictions being slowly lifted, many will be looking forward to celebrating the festival of lights with their close ones, families and friends. While it remains ever so important to celebrate the festival in a safe and healthy manner, here are some wishes, messages and quotes to spread the festive joy with your loved ones.

    The Diwali will be celebrated across the country on 4 November.

    The festival marks Lord Ram’s return to the Kingdom of Ayodhya with his wife Sita after defeating and killing Ravana. The story of Diwali varies depending on location, but every tale revolves around the theme of good triumphing over evil.

    Its origins in Northern India can be traced back to Rama, a major deity, defeating Ravana, a demon-king. Southern Hindus commemorate this day as the day the god Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura. This Day is celebrated in Western India as the day the god Vishnu sent the demon king Bali to rule the netherworld.

    Although holiday lasts five days, the main celebration, known as Lakshmi Puja, takes place on the third day. People prepare to welcome Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth, on that day by keeping their homes immaculately clean. People will also bring sweets and gifts to their friends and family.

    Diwali celebrations are most popular in India, but people all over the world will observe the holiday.

    May the festivities of Diwali over-whelm your heart with joy and happiness. We hope this day brings lots of luck to your families life and fulfill all your dreams and desires. May the luck and love be with you on this auspicious occasion of Diwali.

    May these fireworks burn away all our troubles, problems and sorrows, and may these light up our life with happiness, joy, and peace this wonderful Diwali.

    We like to reflect on all the good things in our lives on this auspicious occasion, and we sometimes get a little teary-eyed. Now is a great time to let loved ones know you’re thinking of them and sending your best wishes. Here are 9 thoughtful ways to send greetings.

    1. May your Diwali be full of abundance and light.
    2. Friends like you light up my life. Have a wonderful celebration!
    3. I hope this Diwali lights a path toward good fortune and prosperity.
    4. This Diwali, may the god Krishna grant you protection, may the goddess Lakshmi grant you abundance, and may all your wishes come true in the new year.
    5. You are a light during my darkest days. Thank you for being part of my life, and I wish you a blessed happiness.
    6. Wishing you knowledge, abundance, prosperity, goodness, and light. Have a beautiful day!
    7. May your home be filled with light and love during the festival and beyond.
    8. You shine brighter than the fireworks. Enjoy the Festival of Light!
    9. Wishing you good fortune, good luck, good health, and all good things for Diwali.

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