Diwali is a festival to commemorate hope and faith that goodness will always triumph. This day brings bright lights, sweet memories, and joyful gatherings with loved ones.
Make this Diwali even happier by greeting your friends and family in their language of choice, upholding and celebrating India’s diverse linguistic landscape!
Diwali, or the Festival of Lights, is an opportunity to gather with family and friends and exchange good wishes and hope for good fortune in 2019. Here’s hoping that Diwali brings happiness, love, and prosperity for everyone this year.
Diwali celebrations vary depending on your region of India; nonetheless, all highlight the victory of good over evil. In northern India, this day commemorates Rama’s victory against demon King Ravana; in southern India it honors Krishna overcoming Narakasura. For Sikhs it marks their sixth Guru Hargobind being set free and for Jains it marks Lord Mahavira attaining enlightenment on this very same day!
No matter if you’re celebrating Diwali with friends, family, or coworkers, it is essential that you wish them well on this auspicious occasion. Here are a few ways in Hindi you can do just that:
Simply say: “Happy Diwali!” as your greeting – it is easy for all to understand and is also an amazing way to show love and gratitude towards those around you!
Next, say “happy Diwali, full of joy and happiness!” to show your affection for those close to you. This beautiful phrase means:
Finally, wish your friends “Happy Diwali, my friend!” This gesture will show your friendship and care for those around you – making your friend feel special!
This creative way to wish family, friends and coworkers a happy Diwali is sure to put a smile on their face and bring brightness into their day! Additionally, it serves as a nice reminder to stay in contact with those closest to you!
If you are unfamiliar with Hindi, the internet can help you learn its various expressions and create your own personalized phrases to wish your loved ones a Happy Diwali!
Prepare now for Diwali 2018 and spread joy! Celebrate this festival of lights under Lakshmi’s blessing, while having a safe and joyous Diwali!
Diwali, or the Festival of Lights and Hope, is one of the country’s most beloved celebrations. Marking the triumph of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance; Diwali also honors love, family and togetherness during its five-day extravaganza between Dhanteras and Bhai Dooj when people decorate their houses with decorative lights, enjoy delicious sweets and take delight in hearing cracker noise!
Now is an auspicious occasion to share joyous celebrations with family and friends; make sure your greetings on this auspicious holiday are send out warmly through text or in person! Here are some wonderful Happy Diwali messages you can use to send warm wishes your way!
May the beauty and brightness of this festival fill your life with prosperity, health, happiness and joy throughout this year! May its radiant lights fill your home with wealth and joy.
May this Diwali bring you immense blessings from Goddess Lakshmi and remove any negativities in your life! May this festival of lights usher in new smiles, new paths and fresh perspectives into your life!
India is an incredible land filled with cultural history and linguistic diversity. Citizens enjoy different traditions and festivals with gusto. People share their joy by exchanging heartwarming Diwali wishes in their native tongue – though Hindi may be considered the national language, it is far from being the only means by which these wishes can be delivered to loved ones.
Punjabi, Marathi, Gujarati and Tamil all have unique ways of celebrating Diwali with wishes for good fortune and joy. Each culture celebrates it differently.
At Diwali time, it is crucial that we all convey our wishes in their native tongue to avoid misinterpretations or miscommunication that can arise due to communication barriers. Furthermore, this shows you care for them and want their wishes expressed properly; by doing this you are also helping support India’s rich linguistic diversity! So take pleasure in sending your Diwali wishes in any of the languages available! And wish a Happy Diwali celebrations to all!