Diwali, the festival of lights is a popular festival celebrated in India. Besides India, Diwali is also observed in countries like Nepal, Sri Lanka, Mauritius, Myanmar, Surinam, Fiji, and a few other countries. Diwali means ‘series of lights.’ On this day people fill their homes with diyas (lights), put rangoli designs in their courtyards, offer poojas to Goddess Lakshmi (Goddess of wealth), lighten fireworks, and offer sweets to one another.
Wishing Diwali to friends, families, and relatives are also a part of the Diwali/Deepavali celebrations. Today most people use social media like Facebook, Twitter, and messengers like Whatsapp, so it very easy for one to wish another during these festivals. Here are the best happy Diwali 2020 images, messages, wishes, quotes, fireworks and rangoli designs that can be shared with your dear ones on Diwali day.
Diwali 2020 images
Here is a collection of good quality images that you can save, to use as desktop wallpapers or send to your loved ones to wish them a happy Diwali.
This is one the most significant festival celebrated all over India commemorating the return of Lord Rama to his kingdom Ayodhya after 14 years of exile. He also defeated Lanka King Ravana indicating the victory of light over darkness. Below is the collection of nice Diwali messages. Feel free to share them with your friends and family members.
“May millions of lamps illuminate ur life
with endless joy, prosperity, health & wealth forever
Wishing u and ur family a very
“With gleam of Diyas
And the Echo of the Chants
May Happiness and Contentment Fill Your life
Wishing you a very happy and prosperous Diwali!!”
“A true and caring relation doesn’t have to speak loud,
a soft sms is just enough to express the heartiest feelings.
Enjoy the festival of Diwali with lots of fun.”
“Let’s make this Diwali joyous and bright,
Let’s celebrate in true sense this festival of light.
People wish their loved ones a ‘Happy Diwali’ on this special eve. Here we have the best wishes to wish your friends and family members through SMS, email or social media.
Let their Diwali be as bright and cheerful as yours.
“A festival full of sweet childhood memories,
sky full of fireworks,
mouth full of sweets,
house full of diyas and heart full of joy.
Wishing you all a very happy Diwali!”
“May the beauty
Of deepavali season
Fill your home with
And may the coming year
Provide you with all
That bring you joy!”
“May the divine light of diwali
spread into your Life
peace, prosperity, happiness
and good health.”
“Let’s Celebrate the auspicious day of Diwali with fun and frolic
May this bright day bring bountiful bliss and joy in your life
here’s sending wishes to you on this Diwali”
Another exciting thing about this festival is the Rangoli art. Women use various colors to draw Rangoli in the front yard to indicate Diwali, the festival of lights. Celebrating this festival certainly brings back memories of loved ones enjoying with us. So, make the occasion even more special by sending all your near and dear ones special Diwali Messages and Greetings and make this festival much more exciting and happier for them. May this Diwali bring everlasting peace, harmony, and prosperity in your lives. Here are some great handpicked quotes on Diwali.
“Let us keep Diwali holding it close to our hearts
for its meaning never ends
its spirit is the warmth
joy of remembering friends”
Whole lot of fun
A big stock of masti
Lots of mithai
Wishing you the best bargain
on fun n
lots of celebration
have an enjoyable diwali mela”
“WHEN YOU CAN MAKE SOMEONE ELSE SMILE
WHEN YOU CAN BE SOMEONE’S ALLY
THAT’S WHEN YOU CAN YOURSELF BE GLAD
THAT’S WHEN YOU’LL HAVE A HAPPY DIWALI!”
Let the firecrackers burn your sorrows,
Candles light up your life,
Colors make your life bright
With flowers filling in the fragrance all day and night
Here are some animated fireworks images. Feel free to download and send them through email messages, WhatsApp, Facebook, etc.
Diwali rangoli designs
Here are rangoli designs that you can try in your home for this Diwali. Let your Diwali be as colorful and bright as these vibrant rangoli colors.
Different ways of celebrating
The importance of this festival is the victory of light over darkness which says that we need to follow the path of righteousness. Being known as the land of festivals, India will undoubtedly be at its peak festive season during Diwali. Every part of the country has different traditions following different rules. While the Southern part follows a 3-day festival, the North follows a 5-day pattern.
Out of the 5-day festivity, day 1 is Dhanteras; day 2 is Narak Chaturdashi, day 3 is Lakshmi Puja, or the main Diwali, day 4 is Govardhan Puja (worshipping cow) and day 5 is BhaiyaDooj. By embracing the festival, praying to various gods over the five days, we thank the gods for prosperity and pray that we remain prosperous in the coming future.
Happy Diwali To All