Diwali or Deepavali is the Hindus festival which in the month of October or November every year. Deepawali is the one of the most celebrated festival worldwide after Holi. Diwali is not only celebrated by Hindus, it also celebrated by many religion people. There are so many stories behind the celebration of deepavali. But one of the most famous story of Lord Rama and Goddess Sita. Many of you heard about this story by your grand father or grand mother. If you want to deep information about this festival check out Diwali Story article, in which we included the complete stories behind the celebration of diwali in different kind of places.
Indian people are most excited for the diwali festival. Deepavali 2019 is going to celebrate on 27 October this year. Before this festival people usually white wash their houses and decorate them with different things. They believe that on this day Laxmi Mata comes at our homes to bless us with the wealth. In India there will holiday of five days for the diwali festival. It includes the festivals Dhanteras, Choti Diwali, Diwali, Goverdhan Pooja and Bhai Dooj. So it is very big and long time running festival. People send Happy Diwali wishes to their friends and relatives. If you also want to send happy deepavali wishes to your loving one then you are at right place. Here we provide Happy Diwali Images, quotes, wishes messages and much more.
But before this you have to know something more about diwali festival. How Diwali celebrate in India ? Why do we celebrate Diwali? When we celebrate Diwali and much more.
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Diwali is the festival of light, it celebrates first time when Lord Rama came to Ayodhya after winning over Ravana and save Sita mata. The people of Ayodhya light the lamps of soil all over the place in favor of their god. Diwali festival celebrated on ‘Amavasya of Kartik Month’ (कार्तिक मास की अमावस्या). This is the Diwali festival tithi of every year. Do you know about Happy Diwali 2019 Date………. No. Don’t worry here is the actual date of diwali festival in 2019 is 27th October 2019. Most of the people search like ( Diwali kab ki hai, Deepavali kab ki hai, Diwali ki date kya hai, Diwali kab hai 2019 mein) So remember this date and mark your calendar with it.
What is the story behind diwali?
There are several stories are famous about the diwali festival. In North India the story of Lord Rama return to Ayodhya after he defeated Ravana by lighting rows of clay lamps. South India they celebrate it as the day Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura. In the Western India they celebrate as a day Lord Vishnu sent the demon King Bali to rule the nether world. Jainism diwali is for Nirvana in the memory of Lord Mahavir. In Sikhism it is celebrated in the memory of sixth Sikh guru, Shri Hargobind ji. Besides them Buddhist also celebrate this festival. So these are Diwali festival stories in India.
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Some years ago when there is no social media websites available in India, people generally wish their love ones by sending them diwali messages on phone. But now it is the time of social media and 90% people use Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media platforms. They wished their friends by sending happy diwali images to them. These deepavali images can be contain the crackers, sweets or pictures of Lord Ganesha, Goddess Laxmi and more. If you want to send happy diwali best images to your friends then you can download deepawali images from our website for free. There are so many diwali photos are available on the internet. But some websites put their watermark on the photos. And this makes you unhappy while wishing someone. You can try our diwali pictures to share on Facebook, Instagram, twitter and more sites. You can also upload your diwali photos online to share with your friends. Sharing of diwali pictures on social media is so popular now a days.
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During the busy schedule people haven’t much time to wish their friends one by one on calls or personally. So sending happy diwali quotes is the best way to wish them. There are several deepavali quotes available on our website. You can choose happy diwali quotes in Hindi, English, Marathi, Tamil, Punjabi, Malyalam, Kannada, Bangla, Urdu and much more. Sometimes these happy diwali quotes are enough to share your feelings to you relatives and friends. You can get bes diwali quotes from our website from the list of Happy Diwali 2019 Quotes. Everyone has different choices to send or share quotes on social media. These quotes can be of diwali picture quotes or deepavali text quotes. So it will totally depend on you how you want to share them.
Happy Diwali Messages
Before 3-4 years, sending text message is very costly in India. Most of companies, schools, colleges and other firms paid a large amount for sending bulk messages. So they mostly avoid to send large diwali messages to greet anyone. But now a days sending text message is quite cheap and easy. You can use any bulk message sending software to send a message to multiple recipients. Most of service providers also provides 100 messages in a single day. You can send 100 diwali messages to your friends in once. Try our best happy diwali messages for friends and relatives. These diwali messages can be of one line or two lines or may be more than it.
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In the ancient times people lived near to each other or in joint family. So there was no need to wish any of relative in different manner or on phone. But now a days people are working in different cities or countries. They have no enough time to meet their friends and relatives. So they use messages, images or quotes for sending happy diwali wishes to their friends. There are so many ways to send Happy Deepavali Wishes to you relatives like you can send them gifts or greeting cards and much more. People search for diwali wishes in different languages according to their region. In north India Hindi or Punjabi is so common so they generally share Diwali wishes in Hindi or Punjabi.
In south area there are several languages like Tamil, Kannada, Malayalam, Telugu and so on. You can also use diwali wishes in English language which is so common. Everybody want to share the unique diwali wishes to greet their relatives but it is very hard to find new diwali wishes every year. But don’t worry here we have the collection of best diwali wishes 2019.
By using these diwali wishes idea you can wish your relatives or friends in advance.
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Deepavali pooja muhurat 2019 are set between 8:45 PM to 9:30 PM. This is the best time for Diwali Pooja Muhurat in 2019. Lot’s of Pandits or Jyotishs check the Grha Nakshtra status to final the time of deepawali pooja. On this day Hindu people worship Lord Ganesha and Goddess Laxmi. According to Puraan or our Pandits it is necessary to do diwali puja in the right muhurat.
While doing puja we have to keep open our gates because it is belief that on this day Laxmi Ji enter in our houses to fulfill our dreams with the wealth. Indian people light the lamps or candles in their houses. Some of them use Chinese lights or colorful bulbs to decorate their houses. All the family members come to a place and do worship together. First of all they put Tilak on the forehead of all the picture of gods and then to each family members. Then all of them offer sweet to god one by one. After that they offer some water as we took after the food. And at last they sing the Arti of respective gods start with Lord Ganesha then Goddess Laxmi and so on. During this they all put their wallets and ornaments in front of the picture of god. And at last they finish the puja and give money and prashad to girls first and then share the Prashad to all the family members.
Happy Diwali Greetings
Sending greeting card on birthday is so common. But you can send happy diwali greetings to your friends on this festival too. Most of the schools arrange competition for the students to make best diwali greetings by using paper or other waste stuff. This is always challenging for the kids because they don’t know how to make diwali greetings at home or school.
So here are so many videos or easy steps by which you can get help for making easy and cheapest deepavali greetings which looks more beautiful then the greetings you buys from the shop. If you want to send diwali greetings to your friends or relatives then there are so many websites like Amazon, Flipkart or FestHub are provides so many greetings services. Some of the e-com websites provides greetings after doing online shopping.
Sending diwali e-greetings is an environment friendly nature and it’s also necessary for us to take care our environment. Parents have to help their kids for making deepavali greetings. On these greetings you can write diwali wishes or diwali quotes for your friends.
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Ladies in India love to make rangoli on the festivals. Specially on this day it is most common that women make best diwali rangoli designs. It is very old tradition to design rangoli on the festivals in India. Some schools or colleges also arrange rangoli competition on diwali.
So by using our best diwali rangoli design 2019 you can win your competition. There are several types of rangoli designs you can get from here. If you don’t know about what is rangoli then here is the answer.
Rangoli is an art form, originating in the Indian subcontinent, in which patterns are created on the floor or the ground using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand or flower petals. You can buy diwali rangoli colors online from here. These colors are organic and not harm to your skin. Don’t purchase any chemical colors to make rangoli if you really care for your health.
Happy Diwali Gift Ideas
It is very old tradition to give gifts on many occasions in India. On the big festival like diwali it become necessary sometimes to give gifts to your friends or relatives. If you are planning to give gifts to your loved ones then here is the best diwali gift ideas 2019. I can bet you your friends will amaze with these gift ideas.
Choti Diwali or Naraka ChaturdashiHappy Diwali 2019 Images, Quotes, Wishes, Messages | Happy Deepavali 2019
This is the day which celebrate one day before the Diwali festival. Choti Diwali is also known as Naraka Chaturdashi or Roop Chaudas. The Hindus literature narrates that the asura Narakasur was killed by Lord Krishna. In some other parts of India like Rajasthan, Gujarat & some parts of Maharashtra it is known as Kaali Chaudas. On this day they worship their ‘Kula Devi’. The small diwali festival is also celebrate all over India.
Eco Friendly Diwali Celebration
Diwali is one of the widely celebrated festival all over the world. On this day people usually fire crackers in huge amount. This cause a lot of pollution and damages. So most of the people love to celebrate Eco friendly diwali. This means they avoid to fire crackers. Instead of wasting money on crackers you can donate this money for the poor and buy them sweets and new clothes.
This can spread happiness and love all over the world. Doing such things always makes you happy. Instead of using candles we must use the Diya’s made by the potters. They are quite eco friendly and save the environment. By using this method we can control over air pollution. Our government is also doing lot’s of good work to save the environment. So we have to care about it also and help our country too. It is beneficial for us also.
So this is all about the Diwali festival. Here we are sharing every knowledge about Diwali 2019. If you want to know about more things Deepavali celebration then comment.
♥ Happy Diwali to All of You ♥