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Happy Diwali 2014 – Welcome to the festival of Diwali, the biggest festival of India. Diwali is the festival of lights and we celebrate it with great joy.This day we burn crackers and pray. The date of Diwali falls in either in October or November each year, depending on the cycle of the moon. This year Diwali is on 23th October, 2014.

There are so many festival celebrated likes Uttarayan, Holi, Navratri, Rakshabandhan, Ganesh Chaturthi, Christmas etc. Among all of them Diwali is best. Diwali is very important festival of Hindus. Lord Ram killed Ravan and returned after 20 days of Dashera. That day was Amavasya that’s why people light their houses with lots of lights. People make Rangoli in front of their house and also make flower rangoli. There are houses which can we see fully colorful lightning. There also special attraction of sweets and snacks. People make different types of sweet and snacks. Specially eats Mathiya, Cholafali, puri, sev etc. Crackers are special attraction for all. Young and children fire crackers and enjoy different soundings and lighting.

It is the festival of five days but people make preparation before a month. They cleans their homes before a month ago of the festival. They make different type of sweet and snacks. People enjoy this festival for a week or ahead. It is the longest festival belongs with the days like Dhanteras, Kali Chaudas, Happy Diwali 2014, New Year day and Bhai bij.

Happy Diwali Wishes:

Five days of festival of Diwali are as under….

First day called ‘Dhanteras’ on that day people worship goddess Lxmi in shubh murhut and pray her to stay whole year in their homes.

Second Day is called ‘Kali Chaudas’ on that day people worship Hanumanji and pray them to protect all the members of their homes from banes.

Third day is called ‘ Happy Diwali 2014 ’ on that day of diwali people fully light their homes and fire lots of crackers and enjoy the whole day. Shopkeepers and businessmen make ‘Chopda Poojan’ on that day and pray for shubh murhut.

After celebrating all this days the special day comes and it is the New Year day. On that day people send Happy Diwali 2014 Images, HD Wallpapers, and Songs for wishes Happy New Year to each other. On that day people wear new clothes, worship god and enjoy full day.

The last day of Diwali festival is called ‘Bhaibij’. On that day brother comes to his sister homes. Sister makes sweet and delicious dishes which like her brother.  Brother gift her sister something.

Happy Diwali 2014 SMS, Wallpaper, Songs :

People celebrate the Diwali with much delight and pleasure. I put a Some SMS, Message, wallpaper, photos, vector, songs For Wish Your Friends and Relatives.

Happy Diwali SMS 2014:

  1. Wishing a great Diwali that is all
    set to brighten your days with prosperity,
    warmth, success and the very best that,
    life can offer,
    now and forever.
    Happy Diwali to you.
  2. Wishing that this diwali
    Brings prosperity to your business
    And more opportunities for us
    To work together!
    Happy Dipawali…
  3. May your life shine like light,
    May your happiness be like sparkles,
    May your sorrows be busted,
    Let your light shine.
  4. Roshan ho deepak or sara jag jagmagaye
    Liye sath Sita maiyya ko Ram ji hain aaye
    Har shehar yu lage mano ayodhya ho
    Aao har dwar har gali har mod pe hm deep jalaye.
  5. Diwali is the festival of joy,
    Let us welcome our prince Lord Rama
    With rangoli, Diyas and CandlesHappy Diwali To You and Your Family.

 Happy Diwali Wallpaper 2014:


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Happy Diwali Wallpaper 2014



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In this way diwali is so special festival. Every people enjoy it very hearty and children’s enjoys Diwali vacation so heartily. I like this festival very much.  Dear Members, Wishing you all a very Prosperous & Safe Happy Diwali 2014. These Happy Diwali SMS, Wallpaper, Songs and quotes are some of the best messages for Diwali that you can send to your friends or relatives too. Wishing you Happy Diwali…

One Response

  1. prakash dhale October 21, 2014

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