Tuesday, August 18, 2020

Happy Diwali Wishes in English | Happy Diwali In English For 2021

This year we are going to celebrate the festival of lights on the 4th of November. Diwali devotes its name from rows of clay lamps. Because on this day, people used to light clay lamps in a huge quantity. They light lamps in every corner of their house. In this post, you will find below the Happy Diwali Wishes in English. Keep on scrolling to find out what you are looking for.

Happy Diwali Wishes in English

happy diwali wishes in english

Happy Diwali In English

Happy Diwali In English

Diwali Wishes in English

diwali wishes in english

Diwali is celebrated in the holiest month of the lunar calendar. It is celebrated on the 15th day of Kartika. Diwali is the festival that symbolizes the victory of good over evil,  light over darkness, and love over hate. On this very special day, people use to wake up early in the morning. Then they take a bath and wear new clothes. After that, they will start the preparation of Diwali. People make rangoli at their home and light the clay lamp in night. 
Goddess Lathe is also worshipped at night of Diwali. It is believed that on this day Goddess Lakshmi comes to everyone’s house to send prosperity and wealth. People use to burn crackers and distribute sweets. They send warm wishes to almost everyone. People even forgot all the grudges with their enemies and also sends wishes to them. Diwali is not only limited to Hindus but it is celebrated by people of almost every religion. Because it is the festival of joy, not religion. 
People enjoy celebrating Diwali because it is a very unique festival in India. You must have some foreign friends or some friends who don’t know Hindi. if you want to send them the warm wishes of Diwali then you can check our collection of Diwali wishes. You are definitely going to like these wishes in English. Download or take a screenshot of these ideas and send them to all your friends. Wishing you a very prosperous and wealthy Diwali 2021.

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