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Happy Diwali 2017 HD Images, Pictures, Posters, Designs, Wallpapers : Diwali is most known for the festival of Hindus. This festival is all about crackers, sweets and lights. There is one way to make this festival brighter. You can click lots of Happy Diwali pictures for your memories. Every year this festival comes with lots of joys and happiness. Indian families celebrate this festival for five days. This festival gives us opportunity adopt some new ideas of celebration. We can celebrate this festival more interestingly with our new ideas and Happy Diwali designs. We can capture that moment with the help of camera by clicking lots of Happy Diwali images.

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Happy Diwali 2017 Photos

Happy Diwali 2017 HD Images: Clicks for fun

This festival is a symbol of victory of light over darkness. That’s why we celebrate this festival with lots of colorful lights. People decorate their houses and click amazing Happy Diwali photos. This will help them to remember their efforts on Diwali.

When you are about to click some Happy Diwali picks, then there is one thing that you should keep in your mind that Diyas are the symbol of this festival so your pick must include Diyas. This festival is incomplete without pictures. So we should do our best to click some amazing pictures.

Diwali Fun: This Diwali Try Innovative Ideas

This festival will bring lots of happiness and fun for all of us. We enjoy this festival with our family and try to click lots of amazing Happy Diwali HD images. This picture will keep these moments alive in our mind.

We can try lots of new innovative ideas to celebrate this festival and inspire others to make this festival more joyful and eco-friendly. There are lots of crackers burnt on Diwali and these crackers pollute our environment. So we should adopt some eco friendly ways to celebrate this festival of joy.

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Happy Deepavali Wishes & Messages in Marathi : Deepavali messages, quotes and greetings in the eve of Diwali is quite common and people send these best wishes to their loved ones. Diwali festival is one of the biggest eve in India and it is celebrated by almost all Indians and in other countries too. Fireworks, sweets and new clothes are center of attraction of this festival. Here we will have an awesome collection of Diwali messages and wishes in Marathi language written in English which you can send to your friends and family via WhatsApp, Facebook, Hike etc. So check out these best Marathi Deepavali Messages and greetings to share it!

Diwali Wishes and Messages in Marathi

Diwali Quotes in English

Pahila diva aaj lago dari
Sukhachi kirney yehi ghari
Purna ho tumcha sarvo iccha
Dipawalicha Hardik Subhecha!

Aayushyachya Angani Utro Prakash Soneri
Akhand Udhalan Sukhanchi Vhavi Tumchya Jeewani,
Gandhaat Pramachya Nahauni Aali Diwali Tejaswi…
Diwalichya Shubhechha!

Laksh Divyani Ujalali Nisha Ghevuni Navi Umed,
navi asha Hotil purna manatil sarva Iccha,
Diwalichya Tumhala Khup Khup Shubheccha…

Mazya sarv Guni mitrana Diwalichya Hardik Shubhechchha…
Aapn rojach baher “Dive”laavta, ata “4” divas gharatch dive laava..

Sukh, Shanti, Samadhan, Samruddhi, Aaishwarya, Arogya, Pratishtha ya Saptarangi Divya ni aaple Jeevan Prakashmay hovo.
Happy Deepavali

Dhan Trayodashi!!
Narak Chaturdashi!!
Laxmi Poojan!!
Bali Pratipada!!
Bhau Bij!!
Aapala Sampurna Deepotsav Mangalmay Hovo..
Shubh Dipawali

Punha Ek Nave Varsh,
Punha Ek Navi Aasha,
Tumchhaya Kartutwala, Punha Ek Navi Disha,
Nave Swapan, Nave Khishitiz,
Sobat Majya Diwalichaya Hardik Shuvichchha

So these are some Deepavali messages in Marathi with English font. If you have some messages and want to share, please comment below! Wish you a very Happy Diwali 2017!

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When is Diwali 2017?

This Year Diwali 2017 is on 19th October 2017. Diwali is the festival of lights, joy and happiness and is celebrated all over India. It is the most popular and awaited festival in India.

Diwali is derived from the Sanskrit word “Deepavali” means “Rows of Lamps”. Diwali (Divali, Dipawali, Deepavali, Dipabali) is a festival of physical and spiritual light celebrated on 15th day “New Moon Day” of the Hindu month of Kartika. Diwali is the festival of lights, crackers, gifts and sweets and it is a five-day celebration festival. Followers of Buddhism, Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism observe various customs related to Diwali. There is a gazette holiday in India on Diwali, all the government offices and most of the businesses were remained closed for five days so people have a day off work.

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Five Days of Diwali 2017:

Diwali is the festival of lights and is the most popular of all the festivals in India. Diwali celebrations may last for up to five days. The Five days of Diwali is celebrated in the following manner in many regions:

Day 1. Dhanteras – The word Dhan means wealth and Teras means the 13th lunar day of Krishnapaksh of Ashwin in the hindu calender. On this day goddess lakshmi is worshipped for wealth and prosperity and it is considered as the beginning of the financial year for most of the Indian businesses.

Day 2. Naraka Chaturdasi – This day is also known as “Kali Chaudas’. This is the day to abolish the laziness and evil sources which create hell in our life and enlightening the life with joy and enthusiasm. On this day oil baths are taken, people wear new clothes and prepared delicacies (called Poha or Pova).

Day 3. Diwali – On the 3rd day, new moon day festival of Diwali is celebrated. People decorate their homes and workplaces with tiny electric lights or small clay oil lamps (diya). Bowls of water with candles and flowers floating on the surface are also popular form of decorations found these days among youngsters. Fireworks are set off in the evening by the children with their family members.

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Day 4. New Year – This day is mark as the beginning of the Hindu New Year. As a part of New Year celebrations people wear new clothes and meeting with friends and family, exchanging gifts, best wishes, greetings and feasting are the part of colorful festival.

Day 5. Bhai Duj – The fifth and the last of Diwali is Bhai Duj. The reason why this festival is known as bhai dooj is that it falls on the second day after the new moon and it is a day to pray for the long life of the brother. It is the day of food sharing, gift giving and reaching the inner most depth of the hearts to strengthen the love between brothers and sisters.

Before few days of Diwali, many people make a special effort to clean their homes and yards. The doorways are hung with torans of mango leaves and marigold flowers. Girls and women decorates their houses by lightning Diyas and make beautiful rangoli designs on the floor at the entrance of the doorstep or courtyards. Many people are doing Laxmi Puja in the evening on this particular day, to be blessed by Goddess Laxmi with wealth and prosperity. Firecrakers are set off by children to drive away evil forces. On this day people wear new clothes and give gifts of sweets, greeting cards and some time gold jewellery or coin to family members, close friends and business associates. Deepavali melas are also held in many towns and villages, being enjoyed by Hindus, Jain, Sikhs & Buddhist.

Therefore, Diwali marks the most auspicious festival in India when family bonds and human relations are stronger and businesses venture begins with the new deadlines. Enjoy Diwali 2017 with great joy and enthusiasm by sending latest in vogue, Diwali 2017 images, poems, wallpapers, greetings and messages that one can use to wish their dear ones from our website.

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