Happy Diwali Wishes, Messages, Quotes and Greetings .Giftzbag

What is the ideal way to send happy Diwali wishes to your loved one?



Diwali wishes
Diwali wishes

Let’s send happy Diwali wishes to your loved one!

Diwali has many different names, but most people refer to it as “Festival of Lights” or “Deepavali.” The biggest festival takes place in the Hindu month of Kartika, and in 2021 it will begin on November 2 and end on November 4 with the main day of celebrations.

Diwali is a five-day festival celebrated in India, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Malaysia, Singapore, and other countries with sizable Indian or Hindu populations between the middle of October and the middle of November. It’s a major Hindu festival, with millions of people attending.


Day one is all about getting things ready: going shopping for good luck charms and cleaning the house, for example. On the second day, families decorate their homes with candles and oil lamps (diyas) and lay elaborate patterns on the floor to display their creations (rangoli). On the third night of the event, there is a night of fireworks and feasting. On the fourth day, spend time with loved ones and exchange gifts. The final day ends with brotherly celebrations, which include a supper shared with the sister(s).

But even if it seems like a long way off—just like all other celebrations—it’ll arrive sooner rather than later. So, it’s never too early to start planning how to wish someone happy Diwali wishes, whether you’re going to be there in person or just want to wish someone a warm and heartfelt greeting from far away.

To begin, a little background information:

Millions of Sikhs, Hindus, and Jains worldwide celebrate Diwali as an auspicious festival, with a central message of light triumphing over darkness and good over evil as one of its key messages.

The days are getting shorter, and the daylight is fading, especially in the northern hemisphere. We crave company, as well as light, sweets, and fun. The reason for this is that during Diwali, people share sweets (such fudgy blocks of barfi or sticky gulab jamun) with their loved ones, make beautiful designs out of colored rice, powder, and flowers (known as rangoli), and light up the night with anything from candles to fireworks.

However, Diwali’s lights also represent the festival’s religious roots. The major deity during Diwali is Lakshmi. Abundance, wealth, and good health are all attributes of this goddess. It’s new moon day when you’re supposed to worship Lakshmi, so it’s pitch black. Oil lamps, referred to as diyas, are placed along walkways and verandas to invite the goddess into the home.

In fact, Diwali is such a significant holiday for businesses that they usually view it as the start of the new fiscal year. However, one thing is universally understood: It symbolizes the triumph of hope over despair, a message worth highlighting this year more than ever before.

The good news is that you may use some lovely Diwali greetings to wish someone a joyous Diwali and help spread some light over the world.

Here are the ways of wishing a merry Diwali in Hindi and English:

Don’t be scared to say, “Happy Diwali!” even if it seems simplistic. As an alternative, you may say, “Sending you lots of good wishes and lots of light this Diwali!” or “A very happy Diwali to you!” A new year begins on Diwali, so be sure to wish your loved ones and colleagues all the best in the months to come. “May the new year bring you happiness, peace, and prosperity” is a good example.

Instead, you can use the Hindi word “Subh Diwali” or one of the following greetings from members of the Hindu community to wish someone a “Happy Diwali.”

Deepaavalee aap ko mubaarak hoDeepaavalee kee haardik shubhakaamanaaye

shubh deepaavalee

Here are some Diwali wishes and quotes you can send to your friends and family members:

Happy Diwali! May the auspicious festival of lights brighten your life with sparkles of love, happiness, success, and joy everywhere. I hope you have a wonderful time celebrating this holiday with your family and friends.

Wishing you all the happiness, joy, serenity, and good health that Diwali’s millions of lamps will bring you. Have a happy and prosperous Diwali with your family.”

I wish you all the best of luck in your quest for inner illumination! May the all-pervading light of all lights shine upon you and provide you wisdom! I wish every one of you could access the limitless spiritual richness that is the Self! I wish you, everyone, great success both materially and spiritually!

I hope that this Diwali brings new smiles, much like the colors of the rangoli.

There are new possibilities, a new perspective, and boundless delight waiting to be explored. I wish everyone a great Diwali and a prosperous New Year ahead.

I want to wish everyone a very happy Diwali and hope that everyone changes from darkness to light.

Be as bright as diamonds, as warm as candles, and as ferocious as a crackling fire to burn every negative things. Have a wonderful and joyous Diwali, everyone!

May the sweetness of sweets linger in your life and transform you into someone sweet. My best wishes for a joyous and prosperous Diwali to you!

Please accept my best wishes for the Deepavali celebrations and hope the New Year brings you lots of joy.

In addition to lighting diyas and sparklers, make sure to use caution. I hope everyone has a wonderful and safe Diwali.

On this Diwali, let us express our gratitude for all that we have.

May our well-being, that of our loved ones and friends, and the everlasting grace of God stays. We wish you a very happy Diwali!

Here are a few Things :

  • If you don’t celebrate Diwali, can you still send a card? You can, of course. But, recognizing a friend’s customs is a smart way to express, “You matter to me,” especially if you know they’re far from home and family.


  • It’s totally OK to write in the samse manner in which you speak. But, do you dress in jeans and a t-shirt all the time? So, when you send out your Diwali greetings or Diwali quotes, keep it informal. However, if your communication style is more formal — or if elevated language feels appropriate during the holiday season — this works well.


Hope this coming Diwali brings a lot of joy, happiness, and prosperity to your life. Lots of good wishes.

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