Diwali is the most awaited festival in India. This year Diwali is falling on the 14th of November. The story behind Diwali is very interesting. The story is based on Lord Rama. Lord Rama was a very powerful king of Ayodhya. But due to the circumstances, his father gave him order to spent the 14 years of his life in exile. Lord Rama was very loyal toward his parents and brothers. He is known for his powers and loyalty. He quickly accepts the order of his father and leaves the Ayodhya with his wife Mata Sita and small brother Lakshmana. Before getting you deep in the story, let us inform you that, in this article, we have collected some of the best Diwali Quotes in English. You can copy these Diwali wishes in English quotes and sent them to your loved ones. You can also put the status and stories of these quotes.
Diwali Wishes in English Quotes
"As we make the dark sky brighter on Diwali by lamps, Diyas, and candles similarly, we have to make our heart brighter and full of happiness. Happy Diwali"
"May this divine light spread peace into your life and bring a lot of happiness. Happy Diwali"
Diwali Quotes in English
During the period of exile, Ravana took the Sita with him. Ravana was an Evil king of Sri Lanka. After that Lord Rama attack, Ravana with the help of many friends and at last killed Ravana and came back to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. He almost spent 14 years to planning the attack on Ravana.
The people of Ayodhya welcomed them in a very good way. They lit up the earth lamps and decorated their house with clay. People also distribute homemade sweets. From that day whole India is celebrating Diwali. Lord Rama is considered as the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Therefore, the whole of India celebrates Diwali in honor of Lord Rama. As we all know India is a mega diversity country. People of India used to speak so many languages but Hindi and English are the common languages. There are many people who don’t know Hindi. Therefore, you can send them the warm wishes of Diwali in English.
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