Diwali Festival Wishes, Greetings, Quotes, Images

Diwali Festival is an important festival in Hinduism. It is also known as Deepawali. This Festival is celebrated in Autumn season every year. In this article, we will give you Diwali festival information. Diwali 2018 will be held on Wednesday, 7th November. This is a religious festival of Hindu community. This is a festival of lights. It is a public holiday in India and many other countries like Malaysia, Myanmar, Nepal, Mauritius, Fiji, and others. This article is about, “Diwali Festival Wishes, Diwali Greetings, Diwali Quotes, and Diwali Images”.

You will also read History of Diwali and Diwali facts in this article. Diwali Festival spiritually signifies the achievement of light on darkness, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. On this special day, people light up many candles, lights, lamps on their doors, windows, streets, and housetops. On this event, you will see lights everywhere inside/outside the homes at night. People also display firecrackers and fireworks.


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Diwali Festival Wishes:

If you want to wish someone Happy Diwali, you can send them Diwali Wishes. Here we are arranging Happy Diwali Wishes for you. You can send these Diwali Wishes to your Family Members, relatives, friends, and other ones who are living in your heart. If you are a Facebook user so you can send these wishes on your friend’s timeline. Simply copy your desired Wish from our list of Diwali Wishes and paste on your clipboard and send it. You can also use other social websites to spread the Diwali Wishes. Twitter, Messanger, and WhatsApp are also helpful for this purpose.


  • Dear, Wish u & your family a very happy Diwali.
  • Happy Diwali, May God fulfill you with happiness, wealth, and health in your life.
  • May this Diwali be the brighter & comes with prosperity and joy.
  • May this special festival be a bright as ever.
  • May Diwali be brighten up you and your loved ones.
  • Lng live the tradition of Hindu traditions and culture is getting strong and stronger.
  • The happiest of wishes for a Diwali. May this festival brings you a lot of joy, Happiness, Wealth and Health.
  • Happy Diwali, Happiness as sweet as his ladoos & may your trouble be as small as his mouse.

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Diwali Festival Information:

Diwali is also spelled Divali. The festival rituals and preparations typically extend over a 5-day period. But the main celebrations of this festival is Diwali Night. This festival coincides with the dark night of 15 Kartika according to the Bikram sambat which is a religious calendar of Hindus. Millions of lights shine in this night in everywhere. During the special festival, small earthenware lamps ( Diyas) filled with mustard oil are lit & placed in rows along the parapets of temples & houses and set adrift on rivers & streams. Diwali night comes in mid of October to Mid of November according to the Gregorian Calendar.


Before this Diwali Festival, People renovate, clean and decorate their streets, homes and their surroundings. Hindus perform their religious prayers called pooja in temples. They distribute sweets, fruits, and exchange the gifts between their relatives, friends, family members, and neighbors. People try to repair their broken relations and hearts. People wear new and clean clothes and shoes.

Diwali Festival Information

Diwali Meaning:

Many People Immediately think of Christmass and Halloween in the winter season. Diwali is also a festival of holidays in India. There are millions of [people who are Hindus but not living in India. They also take holidays on this religious event and prepare themselves for this traditional event. They celebrate it in their houses. Hindu community also arranges the celebrations and make get together in temples. Many families arrange dinner parties. They make a lot of meal for their relatives and poor people. Word Devali is come out from the word Deepawali. Not only Hindus celebrate it. Sikhs, Buddhists, and Jains also celebrate it every year all around the world.

People light up some clay lamps which are called “diya” in the local language of India for the remembrance of the God Ganesh & Hindu Goddess Lakshmi. Who represents the wealth, luck and enlightenment in the life. People spend their time with their family and friends and perform prayers and other religious activities. On this special occasion don’t forget the poor people. Add them to your every moment of happiness. Help them with wealth, clothes and other edibles. Because they are also a part of our society.

Diwali Facts:

  • Diwali is a beginning of the financial year of Indian business.
  • Diwali is a mark of the end of harvest season in India.
  • Diwali is a national holiday in India, Malaysia, Singapore, Suriname, Guyana and some other states.

Diwali is also an important festival in Jainism religion. For the Jain community, the festival commemorates passing into the Nirvana of Mahavira, the latest of the Jain Tirthankaras. The lighting of the lamps is a way to explaining as a material substitute for the light of holy knowledge which extinguishes with the passing of Mahavira.

Since the 18th century, this festival has been celebrated in Sikhism as the time of Guru Hargobind returned to Amritsar from a supposed captivity in Gwalior. Apparently an echo of Rama’s return to Ayodhya. Residents of Amritsar are saying to have light lamps throughout Amritsar city to celebrate the Happiness.

Diwali Images 2018:

Here we are also arranging some Diwali Images for your attraction. You can also send and share these images to your loved ones.

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