Diwali is the biggest festival of Hindus. This year we are going to celebrate Diwali on the 4th of November. Diwali is a huge festival.NorthIndians use to celebrate Diwali for 5 days while South Indians use to celebrate Diwali for 3 days. In this article, you are going to explore the best Diwali greeting message which you can send to your loved ones and enjoy the festival of joy and love.
Best Diwali Greeting Message
"May this Diwali remove all of your sadness and brings lots of happiness. Happy Diwali"
"On this Diwali, your life will be full of sweetness like sweetness of sweets. Happy Diwali"
"Look at bright side not dark side ,on this diwali make your life bright by removing darkness. Happy Diwali"
Diwali Wishes Message
There are government holidays during Diwali. Schools and colleges remain closed so that students can enjoy the biggest festival in India. Diwali is not only limited to Hindus but other religions people also use to celebrate it. All the foreigners who come to visit India like Diwali very much. They also involve Indians and celebrate Diwali with all the rituals and traditions. Almost whole of India celebrates Diwali except for Kerala. Kerala is the only state which doesn’t celebrate Diwali. The people of Kerala used to believe that on this day a great King Mahabali died. Therefore, they don’t use to celebrate Diwali. It will be a disrespect to their late King if they celebrate it. People wake up early in the morning. They clean their houses and make rangoli. People use to decorate their houses as a newlywed bride.
At night people use to burn earth lamps and candles. They also burn firecrackers at night. Along with these things people also send Diwali wishes message to their relatives and friends. Mostly people used to send Diwali greeting messages to those who are far away from them. Sending messages on Diwali will make you feel good as well as to your relatives and friends also. Now you may be confused that where to find the best Diwali greeting messages? Above we also have provided a solution for this.
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