Happy Dev Diwali 2023 Wishes in Hindi, Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi & English

Happy Dev Deepawali 2023 wishes, images, and quotes in Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi and English: Share warm wishes, greetings, status to your friends and family on Dev Diwali.

Annavita Lanong
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  • 11 November 2023,
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Happy Dev Diwali Wishes, Images Quotes and Greetings

Happy Dev Diwali Wishes, Images Quotes and Greetings

Dev Diwali is a popular and auspicious Indian festival that is very important in the Hindu religion. It is mainly celebrated in Varanasi Uttar Pradesh on the day of Kartik Purnima. Dev Diwali is observed on Kartik full moon day based on the Hindu calendar. 

Dev Diwali is a special festival that is celebrated only in Varanasi. During this, all the devotees gather together in huge numbers on the Ghats of Varanasi to worship in this auspicious festival. There are a huge number of earth and lamps lit on the Varanasi Ghats (from Ravidas Ghat to Raj Ghat). Along with this, there is a full moon on this day of Dev Diwali, whose shadow is reflected in the Ganga water, making a beautiful and eye-catching view. Actually, this site is simply breathtaking and indescribable that can only be understood when experienced in person. On the ghats, Ganga aarti is performed in the evening of Dev Diwali, which is attended by locals, domestic and international tourists. The Ganga aarti is performed by 21 Brahmin pandits with lots of drums and hymns.

Happy Dev Diwali Wishes Quotes and Greetings

  • The way Lord Shiva eliminated three demons known as Tripurasura- let us all remove pride, greed and jealousy from our life — Happy Dev Deewali.
  • Meri or se aapko Dev Deepawali ki dheron shubh kamnayein.
  • May the lamps of Dev Deepawali illuminate your life, and may Lord Shiva shower you with all that you have wished for. Happy Dev Deepawali to you and everyone at home.
  • May Lord Shiva shower you with his choicest blessings on the auspicious occasion of Dev Deepawali.
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Shubh Dev Diwali Gujarati
Happy Dev Diwali in Hind
Happy Dev Diwali in Hindi
Happy Dev Diwali in English
Happy Dev Diwali in English

Dev Diwali 2023 Date

Dev Diwali is celebrated in Varanasi primarily at the interval of approximately 15 days from the day of Diwali when the full moon is observed in the Hindu month of Kartik. This day is called Kartik Poornima. In the year 2023, Dev Diwali will be celebrated on 26th November 2023. 

Dev Diwali 2023 Purnima Muhurat, Time

On 26th November 2023, the auspicious puja timing starts from noon 

  • Dev Deepavali on Sunday, November 26, 2023
  • Pradoshakal Dev Deepavali Muhurat – 05:08 PM to 07:47 PM
  • Duration – 02 Hours 39 Mins

History of Dev Diwali

The festival of Dev Diwali is widely popular in the state of Varanasi, Uttar Pradesh. It is celebrated at the interval of 15 days from the day of Diwali when the full moon is observed in the Hindu month of Kartik. The history of Dev Diwali dates back to Hindu mythology, where the greatest Lord Shiva killed the asura Tripurasur on this day. Hans the festival marks the victory of Lord Shiva over the devil. In addition to this, on this day Lord Kartik was also born who is the son of Shiva.

According to Hindu mythology, on the eve of Dev Diwali, all the Hindu Gods descend from heaven to celebrate this victory. As a welcoming gesture for the Gods, all the Varanasi Ghats are lit with hundreds and thousands of earthing diyas. The first instance of Dev Diwali in Varanasi was seen in 1985 at the Panchganga Ghat. Dev Diwali is also the last day of the Ganga Mahotsav. Hence, on this day, there is a tradition of taking a dip in the sacred Ganga river.


Happy Dev Diwali FAQs

1What is the meaning of Dev Diwali?

The Dev Deepavali meaning is "Diwali of the Gods" or "Festival of Lights of the Gods"

2When is Dev Diwali in 2023

Dev Diwali 2023 is on 26th November 2023.

3What is difference between Diwali and Dev Diwali?

Diwali is celebrated when Lord Rama came back to his home with his wife Sita and brother Laxman in Ayodhya. However, Dev Diwali is celebrated just 15 days after Diwali.

First Published | Sunday | 14 November 2021 , 12:08 AM