Diwali Mubarak, Diwali ki shubhkamnayae English, big wishes on this Diwali
The actual day of Diwali is traditionally celebrated on the festival‘s third day, shubhkamnayae Diwali Mubarak English which this year falls on Wednesday, 7 November.Diwali is celebrated by Hindus, Jains, and Sikhs and Newar Buddhists to mark different historical events and stories, but they all symbolize the victory of light over darkness, knowledge over ignorance, good over evil, hope over despair.
Diwali brings a ray of hope for people to be blessed with good health, wealth and prosperity. Diwali also was known as Deepawali, the festival gets its name from a row of lights — as “deep” means “light” or “lamp”, and “avail” means “row”. One of India’s biggest and most important holiday season, it not only symbolizes the inner light that protects from spiritual darkness but also marks the triumph of good over evil. We celebrate Diwali with a pot of shining luck and bag a full of happiness. All children and elders make a Diwali with Friends to give gifts and sweets.
Khushiyan ho overflow, Masti kabhi na ho low, Dosti ka surur chaya rahe, Dhan aur shorat ki ho bauchar, Aisa aaye apke liye Diwali ka tyohar.
Happy Diwali 2018
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……!!!!
“Happy Diwali 2018”
Safalta Kadam Chumti rahe, Khushi Aaspas ghumti rahe, Yash Itna faile ki Kasturi Sharma Jaye, Laxmi ki kripa itni ho ki BALAJI b dekte rah jaye.
Happy Diwali 2018
Roshan ho deepak or sara jag jagmagaye Liye sath Sita maiyya ko Ram ji hain aaye Har shehar yu lage mano ayodhya ho, Aao har dwar har gali har mod pe hm deep jalaye