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Diwali is biggest Hindu festival of Indian people and everyone celebrate this occasion. This occasion celebrate by people in the month of Kartic (Night). That day called by the people Amavasya day. All Hindu families clean house and decorate their home with flowers and lights. They prepare for Laxmi and Ganesh Puja in evening after enlightens home by Diya.

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Happy Diwali

Indian peoples start puja in Pradosh Kaal. Number of people exchanges gift, fireworks and dry fruits. Peoples purchase new cloths for family members and buildings are traditionally illuminated with diya lights and electric jhalar bulb. They send happy diwali messages to friends, colleagues and family members and wishing by Diwali Quotes, SMS and Greetings Cards. Text messages are another way to share happiness with them also.

A Question may asked 'Why is Diwali celebrated'. The basic History Of Diwali behind this celebration is very interesting and appreciable. This festival celebrates to give honor Ram – Chandra. Ram was the seventh avatar of Vishnu and defeated king Ravana. People believed that on this day Ram returned to Ayodhya after 14 year of exile. This is the main factor of celebration of diwali or Dipawali. People believe that goddess Lakshmi enter the house that is clean, bright and pure and bless the resident for lots of money and happiness.

To start the Lakshmi Puja, a preparation needed. You should keep a red cloth at the right side on platform; place the idols of Goddess Ganesh and Lakshmi. You will wear cloth to idols and start with Lakshmi Puja Vidhi.  

Basic meaning of Deepawali is “a row or cluster of lights of clay lamps or diya”. Several crackers available in market like Rocket, Chakri, Fuljhari, Aanar, Chatai crackers etc to celebrate this festival. Several other countries also celebrate this festival like Canada, America, and Singapore. The Indian Hindu resident of these countries dose not loses this opportunity of celebration and spread the message of festival to all local residents.

SMS For Dipawali 2015  (Diwali SMS In Hindi)
Jalenge Sunder Deep, Mitega Paap Timir
Dharti Naach Uthegi, Batega Sitare Nilambar
Deepo ki ladi to dekho, Jhilmil karti fuljhari to dekho

Phatne ki kadi to dekho, Lakshmi ji ke aane ki ghadi to dekho.
Deepawli manana hai , Lakhmi ji ko bulana hai

Ghar ki safayi  karne me koi karsar nahi chodna hai

Pradushan se bachne ki liye trick naya apnana hai

Dhuwe wale patakho se dur hame rah jana hai
Mitti ke tum diye jalao, Apne ghar ko roshan banaw

Man ke andhiyare ko hataw, Nai soch ko diye dikhaw.

Quotes For Dipawali 2015

Wishing you all a very happy Diwali !

Heartiest Diwali greetings to your entire family.

Wishing your life enlighten with happiness and prosperity by Goodes Ganesh and Lakshmi. 

On the auspicious occasion of Dipawali, I wish u my heartiest greetings and good wishes to your entire family member. Happy Diwali.

May the joy cheer, mirth and merriment of this divine festival surround you forever, may the happiness.

That this festival season brings brighten your life and hope the year brings you luck and fulfills all your dearest dreams!

May this festival ahead be lit with happiness and success for you.

May your Dipawali be a celebration of beautiful colors, lights and many sparkles.

Brings lots of Good luck and Success to you! Happy Diwali.

Diwali Lantern Or Kandil, Greetings Cards, Wishes Messages And Images For 2015.

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Share these Greeting Cards with your family member and friends. Wish you very happy and prosperous and safe diwali. Purchase "Mitti Ke Diya" from Kumhar and lighten your house with lots of happiness and wishes. 

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