Happy Diwali Whatsapp Message 2018

  • This Diwali, may you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganeshji’s trunk, wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his ladoos and may your trouble be as small as his mouse. Happy Diwali
  • Dear all, Wish u and your family a very happy Diwali & prosperous new year. May God fulfil all your wishes in wealth, health & happiness in your life.
  • Wish you and your family a bombastic Diwali!!! Have loads of fun and loads of masti!! Happy Diwali!!
  • Lets fill our home with prayers and lights not with fumes and crackers – Happy Green Diwali 2018
  • Rejoice on this blessed occasion by spreading joy with your friends and loved ones. Happy Diwali 2018
  • Today I feel gifted and blessed that my Diwali is full of affection, love, celebrations as it was always. May God always keep his blessings on us like this. Happy Dipaawali 2018
  • As the festival of lights end, I am wishing you continuous success and luck through the next year of your life.
  • This Diwali I wish you get a lot of crackers but you don’t get a match box to lit them. Save environment, so no to crackers.
  • A joyful day for minds and hearts and souls – Happy Diwali
  • May the divine light of Diwali spread into your Life Peace, Prosperity, Happiness and Good Health. Happy Diwali
  • Wishing that your life glows with happiness, joy, and prosperity on this Diwali and always. Have a prosperous diwali 2018!
  • Fortunate is the one who has learned to Admire, but not to envy. Good Wishes for a joyous Diwali with plenty of Peace and Prosperity.
  • Wishing you a year rich with wisdom, light and love… Happy Deepavali 2018
  • Warm Diwali wish for every happiness. May this day fill your life with happiness and bring to you joy and prosperity. happy diwali 2018
  • This Diwali, may you be blessed with good fortune as long as Ganesh trunk, wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach, happiness as sweet as his ladoos and may your trouble be as small as his mouse. Happy Diwali
  • Lights of lamp inspires us 2 shine in our true spirits! may this festival of lights enlighten u all the way! wish u & ur family happy diwali.

Happy Diwali Messages Telugu

Mee jeevitam ROCKET anta ettuki edagaala..
Mee kalalu FLOWER POT la vikasinchaalani..
Mee inta navvulu BHOO CHAKRA la tiragaalani..
Mee bhaadhalanni LAXMI BOMB la pelaalani..
Koerutoo….DIWALI wishes to u all….

Deepavali divyala kanthula madhya veligipothundi
villi virisina mi life lo more happiness vasthundi
e panduga tho.. deepavali subhakankshalu

Deepavali festival ku prathi bomb baga pelali
rocket la miru heights nu touch cheyali
flower pot la sucess double rate avvali
Bhoo Chakra la mi navvu veluguthu undali
laxmi bomb la badhalu anni poyi santhosam matrame milagali

తీపి చిన్ననాటి జ్ఞాపకాలు పూర్తి ఉత్సవం,
బాణాసంచా పూర్తి ఆకాశంలో, స్వీట్లు ముఖద్వారం పూర్తి,
diyas మరియు గుండె ఆనందం యొక్క పూర్తి పూర్తి హౌస్.
మీరు అన్ని చాలా సంతోషంగా దీపావళి 2018 ఈవ్ ఆశించింది !!

Deepavali panduga mi jivitham lo velugulu ravali
E panduga mi jivitham lo navvulu theesukoni ravali
e panduga mi life ki happiness nu
mi business ku manchi wealth, profit vasthundani
manaspoorthi ga korukuntu. Happy Deepavali 2018

Bond with your family this Diwali.
Fill your home with lots of fun and cheer.
May this one be the most special.
Happy Deepavali…

Deepavali ante Deepala varusa, alanti Deepala kantulu me intlo mariyu me jeevetalalo velliveriyalani korukuntunnanu…

Hi friends, Mee Andhariki na hrudhayapurvaka Deepawali subhakankshalu mitrulara.

దీపావళి దివ్వెల వెలుగులు మీ జీవితంలో ఎల్లప్పుడూ ఉండాలని ఆకాంక్షిస్తూ…
మీకు దీపావళి శుభాకాంక్షలు

Deepavali divvela velugulu me jeevitam lo ellappudu undalani akamkshistu…. Happy and safe deepawali

Okka agipula eche veluthura
Kunni second matharame
Okka miyanam velugu
E-sthuna okka ganta matarame
Suryana kirannalu
Prakashesthayai okka roju
Nennu miku wish chesathanu
Miku and me family valaki
Deepalu prakashesthuna

హాయ్ నరేందర్ నాయక్ మనల విష్ యు హ్యాపీ దీపావళి, మీ కందరికీ నా శుభాకాంక్షలు

Mee inta velagaali Deepaawali kaantulu
Mee pedavula pai viriyaali chirunavvulu
Mee chenta vundaali dhana kanaka raasulu
Meeku andistunnaanu Diwali subhaakaankshalu!

Deepavali divyala vale mee intlo sukha santhoshalu
ellappudu velliviriyalani na akanksha.
Shuba deepavali.

Deepawali subhakankshalu!

Eee depavali to mee jiveetalu veluguku punadikavali.
mee aptula jiveetalu kuda rangula vinduga vundalani akamkshisthunna

Happy Diwali Messages Tamil

Deepangal Jolikka,
Pattaasu vedikka,
Pudhu Thuni Udhuththi,
Magizhchiyudan indrai naalai neengal kondada,
Yen Iniya Deepavali Vaazthukkal!
Happy Deepawali

Ravannai naal 4 vetriya
Pothu sathya yuk,
Ram du pariya poi kondrathu
Matrum ellaikaiyil, eravannan raja.
Naam sarruthu kondavum matrum aasirvatham lil nambika!
Happy Deepawali!

Thikkettum Ettattum Santhosa Vedi Saththam Vaan Sendru Muttattum Uchchaga Rocketin Saththam!

Nallavan Kettavan Nanban Ethiri Endru Pagupaduthi Kondaduvathu Alla
Deepawali Theeyavanai Thiruthi Virothiyai Nanbanaakum Ottrumai Oliye Deepawali!
Happy Deepawali!

Ungal Vaalkayil
Thunbangal ellam karaindhu poga,
Olimayamaana Ethirgaalam pirakka,
Ninaithadhai ellam Saadhikka,
Indha Deepawali Tthirunaalil,
Magizhchiyudan en iniya vaalthukkalai thiraivaikiren!
Wishing you Happy Deepawali!

Kaadhal oru villaku olli!
Thuinpam oru sankalai thodar kondu vaidipu!
Saizhiphu oru racket patapadipu!
Santhosham oru poochandiyil irunthu aassiyai matrum ungal Kudumpam unkal Deepawali Ondruthan!
Happy Deepawali!

Uravu Ellam Ondru Koodi Pirivu Ellam Vedithu Sitharum Pugaiyai Mathiri
Pongira Paanaiyai Pol Pongi Vedikum Aanantha Deepavali Ithu!
Iniya Deepawali Nalnaal Vaalthukkal!

Pada pada endru pattasugal vedikka, sada sada endru mathappugal porriya…
Thithikkum inipugalal illam vairu niraiya, palapalakkira deeba oliyil ullam ellam malara…
Mangala vazhtholi engum paravattum, mattrata maghizhchiyil…
Manam thilaikattum Deepawali Thirunalil…
Ellorum ellam nalamum petru vazhgha…
Iniya Deepawali naal vazthukkal…!

Pairukadal pondra azha kadhal,
Vairakankal pondra thida nanbargal,
Thankam pondra pragaasamana matrum vetri.
Entha veerupathirku ulana
Neekankal matrum Deepawali munbu ungal ungal kudumbam…
Happy Deepawaliandruthan!

Kannai Parikkum Oli Indri Kaathai Pilakkum
Oli Indri Kaatrin Thooimaiyai Kedukaamal Kondadungal Inda Deepavali!
Iniya Deepawali Thirunaal Vaalthukkal!

Yen aasaikallai ammaithiyaaka, unmaiyaka iruparkal ovvaru ingu.
Adhirshtam, Un Irukalam unmaiyaka verumbinal, En udaiya ullam
Unkal Ethirkaala maypathum pirasikum may!
Happy Deepawali!

Vedigalai Vedithu Yosanai Urukulaiya Vaippathu alla Inthan Deepawali
Jaathi Mathaththai Posukki Desam Nimira Nalvazhiyil Padupaduvathe Intha Deepawali!

Happy Diwali Bengali Messages

andhokar rate jemon proyojon alor, temni e jibone eo alor proyojon ache. jibon alokmoy hok ai kamonai. happy diwali.

Aasa kori tomra Sokole Diwali te Bhalo thako , Khusi thako, subho deepawali Kali Pujo rr Subheccha janaye sokole.

hajar rong moshlar alor moto rogin hok tomar jibon. shuvo diwali.

Bhogwan tomader Soob Dukho kosto Duur kore Jibone Aaloe bhore dig. Eeti Deepawali er Mangolkamona

lokho tarar majhe nei ko chander dekha, tai to ei adhar rat, adhar katate mombati ba alor rosnay sajiye dao charidik, suvo hok dipabali.

Tomader Diwali , Kalipujo, Lakshmi pujo Sab Bhalo hog, puro jibon aalo aro Bhalobasae bhore jag. Sokole Diwali mangolmoy hog. Happy Diwali

andhokar, rate jemon proyojon alor, temni e jibone eo alor proyojon ache. jibon alokmoy hok ai kamonai. happy diwali.

Jagmag Jagmag jalte ye sunder deep,
Charon taraf roshni hi roshi ho,
Meri hai duha yahee,
Honto par aapki hardam hansi hee hansi ho.
Happy Diwali

prodip er aloy muche jak, sob kalima, notun vabe, ashuk boye sristir alo. happy dipaboli.

Ma kali tomader sob Dukho dur kore aalo bhore dik jibone . Happy deepawali 2018, Ae bar Ma Kali, Ma Lokhi r Ganesh Thakur Sokole Tomaader upore Prosanno thakug. Subho Diwali !!

lokho tarar majhe nei ko chander dekha, tai to ei adhar rat, adhar katate mombati ba alor rosnay sajiye dao charidik, suvo hok dipabali.

Happy Diwali 2018 Festival

Diwali , also called Diwali or Deepavali ( Hindi : दीपावली ( Dipavali ) or दिवाली ( Divālī )), is a major festival in the Indian world . ” Diwali ” is the contracted form of ” Dipavali “, drawn from the Sanskrit “row of lamps” (” dipa avali “). Indivisible from the great feast of Dussehra N 1 , which takes place twenty days before, it commemorates the return of Rama to Ayodhya . Its inhabitants then illuminated the streets where the king passed with dip lamps .
Diwali is a very popular celebration in India : it is the festival of lights, where we offer gifts and fireworks. The festivities last five days, of which the third, the most important (” Bari Diwali “, “the great Diwali”) is devoted to the goddess Lakshmi , the four others being associated with different legends and traditions. This third day is also the last of the year of the Hindu Vikram calendar , used in the north of India. The next day, the beginning of the new Hindu year , is known as Annakut in northern India. In South India, Diwali does not coincide with the beginning of the new year,
Besides the Hindus , the Sikhs and the Jains also celebrate Diwali, linking to him other symbolic values ​​and different historical references. Diwali is also celebrated in Nepal (where the majority of the population is Hindu) and in many countries where large Indian communities, such as Malaysia , Singapore , or South Africa, live .

Happy Diwali 2018 Date in India | Deepavali 2018

Many might not remember when is Diwali 2018 date. So we are including date of Diwali 2018 along with 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020.

Year Day/Date
Diwali 2018 Wednesday, November 7th
Diwali 2019 Sunday, October 27th
Diwali 2020 Saturday, November 14th

Diwali in Different Languages Font

Language Writing
English Diwali
Kannada ದೀಪಾವಳಿ
Malayalam ദീപാവലി
Nepali तिहार
Tamil தீபாவளி
Marathi दिवाळी
Gujarati દિવાળી
Punjabi ਦੀਵਾਲੀ
Hindi दिवाली
Telugu దీపావళి
Bengali দীপাবলি/দীপালি

Diwali and the Hindu religion

How Diwali is celebrated

Hindu deities associated with Diwali

Diwali appeals to many myths and legends of Hinduism , referring mainly to Vishnu and his wife Lakshmi .
With Brahma , the god of creation, and Shiva , god of destruction, Vishnu , the god of preservation, is part of the Trimurti 3 , the trinity of Hinduism that has gradually replaced the popular fervor Trinity Vedic as Constituted Agni (fire), Vayu (the wind) and Surya (the sun). These three divinities are each accompanied by their pardors (or shakti ), the goddess associated with them. Thus, the wife of Brahma is Sarasvati , goddess of knowledge,

Above all, Diwali celebrates the return to his capital, Ayodhya , of Rama with his wife Sita , whom he has reconquered from a hard struggle on the demon Ravana , an episode told in the Ramayana. Diwali (or Dipavali), whose meaning is “row of lights”, recalls the path of lamps made to Rama by the inhabitants of Ayodhya to illuminate his return. Diwali extends the feast of Dussehra , which celebrates the victory of Rama on Ravana, and takes place exactly twenty days before Diwali. During the festivities of Dussehra, the gigantic effigies of Ravana, are burned with firecrackers.
Diwali has as its highlight the day of worship of the goddess Lakshmi , but it is also a series of festivities that span five full days: each one celebrates differently, and according to an appropriate ceremonial, A whole series of legends and traditions. Besides Lakshmi and the two avatars of Vishnu as Krishna and Rama are, Diwali also celebrates Ganesh , the god with an elephant head, son of Shiva and Parvati, who is “one who removes obstacles ego”.

How Diwali is Celebrated

The date of Diwali is fixed according to the traditional Hindu Holy Days calendars of lunar-solar type derived from the ancient Vedic calendar are: Vikram in North India – according to which the New Year is the fourth day of the feasts of Diwali – and the Shalivahana in South India.

The festivities begin with Dhanteras, the first day (also called Dhan Trayodashi ), which evokes the Lord of Death, Yama Raj . The second is Narak Chaturdashi, called the “little Diwali” ( Chhoṭi Diwali ), which celebrates the defeat of Narakasura , the demon of dirt.
On the third day, the most important, regarded as one of Diwali itself, is vested in the puja (religious ceremony) of Lakshmi , the goddess of abundance and prosperity of the wife of Vishnu. On this occasion, the elephant-headed god, Ganesh , is always associated with Lakshmi. The fourth day, called Annakut or Navu Varsh , marks the beginning of the new year according to the Vikram 12 calendar . It is the day of the puja of Govardhana , the name of the hill that lifted Krishna to save his village. Is also the Gudi Padwa devoted to love between spouses. Finally, on the fifth day or Bhai Duj (or Bhai Bij , or Bhai Tika ), is dedicated to brotherly love.
On the occasion of Diwali, young and old, rich and poor, dress nine, exchange sweets and firecrackers explode. The day after Diwali marks the beginning of the fiscal year in North India, which is appropriate, since Lakshmi is believed to bring wealth and prosperity.

Preparations and festivities

Diwali is the opportunity to decorate houses and streets and to feast on different dishes, including sweets. After the truly religious part of the feast, gifts are exchanged, fireworks are fired and all kinds of shows are shown in the mela , the great gatherings that take place.

Decorations
Lamps

Diya lamps arranged on a rangoli. Diwali is inseparable from diya or dip lamps , mostly clay , but sometimes metallic. They are filled with oil or ghi , clarified butter, and burn through a wick , usually made of cotton . Candles are also used .

Rangoli

The Rangoli are the decorations that decorate houses, courtyards, sanctuaries and other edifices during the feast. As a matter of fact, Lakshmi, according to popular belief, comes to visit the houses – the rangoli are drawn on the ground with rice flour as a sign of welcome and Repel evil spirits. Colored powders are also used to form geometric patterns. This decoration is complemented with leaves mango tree and garlands of concern.

Thali for the puja

A thali ready for the puja
A number of items are needed for the celebration of the puja , the religious ceremony held in honor of Lakshmi and Ganesh.
It is good that all these objects are prepared beforehand, in a harmonious and pleasant way to the eye, on a plateau ( thali ) ad hoc : one disposes there the roli , mixture of turmeric and hot to make the tilak , the A colored mark to be affixed to the forehead of his brother or sister; There are also akshat (grains of rice), a ghanti (the bell to call the divinity), a small kalash (pot) filled with water, a kalava to be tied around his wrist, a few pieces Gold and silver as well as flowers. A diya lamp ,
One can buy thali decorative ready-made, but it’s one of the pleasures of preparations for Diwali that arrange yourself a thali particularly successful.

Lakshmi and Ganesh Puja

The statue of Ganesh, during the puja of Diwali
During the great puja of the third day, one loves Lakshmi (to which are associated Kali and Sarasvati ), and Ganesh (to which is associated Vighnaharta). The puja is the ceremony by which the divinity, called by the officiant (the pujari ) with the ghanti bell , will descend among its worshipers.
After the room has been thoroughly cleaned, the statues of Lakshmi and Ganesh are bathed with water and then with an ointment called panchamrita; A diya lamp is then placed before each deity to drive out evil spirits. The puja is continued by offering to the divinities fresh flowers, colors (red abir and vermillon sindur ), and turmeric , to which are added sweets, fruits and silver, which can then be given to the poor. It then sings incantations ( arti ) in honor of Lakshmi and Ganesh.
After the celebration, participants eat the prasad candies , and go out to explode the firecrackers and fireworks.

Fireworks and Firecrackers

Diwali, the festival of lights, would be incomplete without fireworks. Given their price, but also the pollution they generate, it is the community that tends to organize shooting. As for firecrackers , their number and power have been growing until the early 2000s, when the authorities decided to limit the escalation.
Diwali, in fact, gives the opportunity to some to assert themselves by buying the most powerful firecrackers possible, therefore the most noisy. Their noise level could exceed 125 or even 145 decibels at four meters. They are now banned. In addition, accidents related to firecrackers and fireworks occur each year.

The “Five Days” of Diwali

The churning of the sea of ​​milk , whence came forth, among others, Dhanvantari and Lakshmi . One notices the Mount Mandara, which serves as baraton, and the king of the serpents Vasuki , which serves as bar-chord
Several legends or traditions are associated with Diwali and lead to distinct celebrations. As a general rule, the festivities of Diwali thus extend over five days (the number may vary), each of which has its role. These days straddle the months of the Hindu calendar of Ashwin and Kartik .

Dhanteras, the first day

Dhanteras , or Dhanvantari Triodasi 30 , is the 13 th day of the second fortnight ( paksha ) of the lunar month of ashwin. That day, the Lord Dhanvantari, the physician of the gods, came out of the sea of milk bringing to humanity its Ayurvedic medicine.
At sunset, the Hindus bathe and light the lamps called yama diya , which they let burn all night. Their glow spreads and honors Yama , the Lord of Death, to whom they offer sweets and pray to save themselves a premature end. The offerings must be made to a sacred tree which for this reason some people grow in their garden. It is also traditional to buy a lucky charm: a new utensil, or even a piece of gold or silver.

Chhoti Diwali, the second day

The second day of Diwali is called Narak Chaturdasi or Chhoti Diwali (small Diwali). This is where Krishna destroyed the demon of dirt. Narakasura 31 . It is then necessary to massage the body with oil so that it disappears the fatigue, to bathe and to rest, so as to be able to Celebrate Diwali with the spirits and the required devotion.
That night, unlike the day before, we will not turn lights yama diya: the shastras , stating that they are exclusively for Dhanteras.

Lakshmi Puja, the third day

This most important day of all, called Bari Diwali or “great Diwali” , is devoted to the puja of the goddess Lakshmi . At this puja that takes place on the day of Amavasya, New Moon, five deities are celebrated. These are the trimurti of the goddesses: MahaLakshmi , goddess of wealth, MahaSarasvati , goddess of knowledge, and Mahakali ; and Ganesh and Vighnaharta.
This day the Hindus perform their ablutions before joining their family and their Pandit , to worship together the divine Lakshmi, so that she may bless them with wealth and prosperity, and allow the triumph of good over evil, light On the darkness.
It is during this third day that preparations for puja are the most important: decoration of the house with the rangoli (decorative motifs to welcome Lakshmi), preparation of thali , trays of offerings and utensils for puja .

Puja of Padwa and Govardhan, on the fourth day

Krishna carrying Mount Govardhana on his finger, to save the inhabitants from the wrath of Indra . One sees this one in the distance in the sky, on his mount, the white elephant Airavata

The fourth day of celebration is the first day of the month of Kartik, which marks the new year in northern India. Kartik is a month extremely conducive both materially and spiritually.
This day has two meanings. On the one hand, it is the Gudi Padwa , which symbolizes love and devotion united the spouses; on this day, brides are invited with their spouses to special meals and received presents. On the other hand, the puja of Govardhana is celebrated . Long ago, Lord Krishna saved the inhabitants of the village of Gokul from the deluge of Indra . Since that time, Hindus worship Govardhan each year in honor of the first puja once celebrated by the people of Gokul.

Bhai Duj , the fifth day

Bhai Duj, or Bhrati Duj is a day called “brothers” which is dedicated to the sisters. She recalls that Yama Raj, the Lord of Death, went to her sister’s house and gave her the gift ( vardhan ) of releasing from her sins anyone who came to see her that day, giving visitors the power to reach liberation ( Moksha ). Since then, the brothers have made it their duty, on that date, to go to their sisters and hear from them.