Diwali, a festival of lights and happiness creates beautiful and heartwarming memories in everyone’s mind since the arrival of Vedic period and hence it is celebrated as the new year for Hindu religion. Accordingly, also regarded this day as a victory of God Ram over evil. He was welcomed in the Ayodhya and people celebrated with lightning Diyas in their home.
The magic and essence of Deewali can be seen during Navratri where people start to clean their houses, whitewashing their homes and start to buy things. This most joyous time can be seen in the markets where vendors selling marigold garlands, Laxmi Ganesh, Diya and the children’s favorite motichoor k laddoo and crackers. The whole country covers in lights, diya and brings ultimate adrenaline rush into the heart of everyone.
It is believed through old that Diwali brings prosperity in the lives of people. The arrival of goddess Laxmi in their home at night to give her blessings. People decorate their houses in the best way to impress the goddess Laxmi. Diwali is the beginning of brightness, joy & goodness in all sphere of life. This day celebrates as the adopting of positive vibes and ideas for the better living throughout India and abroad.
A joyful and splendor five day festival starts with Dhanteras where we buy precious metals and jewellery. The second day is the Narak Chaturthi where we discard the old and useless items from our houses. The third and most awaited day of the year Diwali starts in morning where we decorate our houses with Marigold Garlands, Rangoli, served various cousins based on region to region and buys Laxmi-Ganesh.
The lightful night is worship by praying to gods for a better life and get rid of negative thoughts. The fourth day is Goverdhan pooja where we worship the god Goverdhan made up of cow dung with Annakoot. This festival week gets its goodbye with Bhaiyadooj.
So how this Diwali 2020 can be complete without the messages of warm wishes in this era of busy life where social media is our only savior. Let’s celebrate this festival with beautiful warm wishes messages and quotes.
May the festival of lights be the harbinger of joy and prosperity. As the holy occasion of Diwali is here and the atmosphere is filled with the spirit of mirth and love, here’s hoping this festival of beauty brings your way, bright sparkles of contentment, that stay with you through the days ahead. Best wishes on Diwali.
Warmth of Joy, Glow of Happiness, Sparkle of Happiness, Light of Good Fortunes, Rangoli of Love And Affection, May You Be Blessed with all these & More. Happy Diwali 2020
This Diwali let us give thanks for all we hold dear: Our health, our family, our friends and to the grace of God which never ends.
O Ram! The light of lights, the self-luminous inner light of the Self is ever shining steadily in the chamber of your heart. Sit quietly. Close your eyes. Withdraw the senses. Fix the mind on this supreme light and enjoy the real Deepavali, by attaining illumination of the soul.
Just like the colours of rangoli, hope this Diwali brings new smiles, undiscovered avenues, and different perspective and unbound happiness. Have a wonderful Diwali and a great New Year.
Hope the festival of lights brings your way bright sparkles of peace, contentment, joy, and happiness which stays with you throughout this year and also in the years to come. May the lamp of joy remain illuminated in your life now and forever, Have a joyous Diwali.
This Diwali, may Goddess Lakshmi remove all the negativities from your life. I pray for you that your life showered with happiness, good health, wealth and bounty.
Diwali is about setting goals and not only accumulating gold. Never forget that the word ‘Lakshmi’ comes from ‘Lakshya,’ which means ‘Goal.’ May the light in front of you guide you towards your cherished goals during this Diwali.