Happy Diwali (Deepawali ) Wishes in Sanskrit, Gujarati, Telugu, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil, Hindi & English

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Happy Diwali (Deepawali ) Wishes, Quotes with Images:  Diwali is a prestigious Hindu festival that is celebrated throughout India. Even many countries have now started celebrating this festival in their own style. The word Diwali is a Sanskrit word, and it is a derivation of Deepavali, which means a line of lamps. It marks the return of Lord Rama after 14 years of exile, along with marking the new year. The grandeur of this festival is comparable to Christmas in the west.

During Diwali, the major gods that are worshipped are Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi. The goddess blesses her devotees with happiness, prosperity, wealth, and fame. In the year 2021, Diwali will fall on November 4th and the Lakshmi puja muhurat is of duration 1 hour and 55 minutes. Diwali 2021 timings start from 6:09 pm and will last till 8:04 pm.

Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Sanskrit, Gujarati, Telugu, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil, Hindi & English

Let’s make this Diwali joyous and bright,
Let’s celebrate in its true sense
This festival of light
Happy Diwali!

On this auspicious and sparkling
Festivals of lights,
May the glow of the lamp
Illuminate your life
And bring you
Joy, Prosperity and happiness
Happy Diwali

This Diwali, let happiness be your source of light. May Goddess Lakshmi bless you and your family with health & wealth. HAPPY PROSPEROUS DIWALI!

This Deepawali, celebrate victory of good over evil. May you stand courageous in every path of life. Wish you a Sparkling Diwali!

“Victory over Evil,
Light over Darkness &
Joy over misery”

“May this Diwali open doors to new opportunities in your life”

Happy Diwali wishes images quotes in Sanskrit
Happy Diwali wishes images quotes in Sanskrit
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Kannada
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Kannada
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Marathi
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Marathi
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Tamil
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Tamil
Happy Diwali SMS & Quotes in Telugu
Happy Diwali SMS & Quotes in Telugu
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Gujarati
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Gujarati
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Hindi
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes in Hindi
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes English
Happy Diwali Wishes, Images with Quotes English

Significance of Diwali Or Deepavali

To celebrate the popular festival of Diwali, people use diyas and candles to light up their homes, shops, and offices. Nowadays, electric LED lights are also used for lighting purposes. During the eve of Diwali, Lord Ganesha is worshipped along with Goddess Lakshmi. On the one hand, Lord Ganesha blesses his devotees with welfare and prosperity, on the other hand, Goddess Lakshmi blesses her devotees with wisdom and wealth. The significance of Diwali or Deepawali is related to the Hindu literature Ramayana, according to which the day of Diwali marks the return of Lord Rama after spending 14 years in exile.

5 Days of Diwali Or Deepavali Celebration

In India, the festival of Diwali or Deepavali is celebrated for 5 consecutive days. This is undoubtedly the most popular Indian festival, which is also synonymous with the celebration of life. In some parts of India, the day of Diwali signifies the beginning of the new year. The 5 days of Diwali or Deepavali are mentioned below.

Day 1: Dhanteras: November 2, 2021 (Tuesday) Dwadashi

On this day, It is a ritual to purchase a new item that can be anything, however, as per tradition the purchase of gold or silver items is preferred. During the first day of Diwali, people throng the shopping complexes and local markets to buy something new for themselves or their house.

Day 2: Choti Diwali: November 3, 2021 (Wednesday) Trayodashi

This day of the Diwali festival is reserved for cleaning and decoration. Shops, houses, businesses, shopping malls, complexes are cleaned & decorated. Most of the people chose to put up string lights and create rangoli designs to mark their celebration of this festival.

Day 3:Diwali and Lakshmi Puja: November 4, 2021 (Thursday) Amavasya

This is the most important day of the five days Diwali celebration. This is the day of the New Moon and Lakshmi puja and Ganesh puja are conducted on this day.

Day 4:Padwa: November 5, 2021 (Friday) Pratipada

This day is for Kartika Shudda Padyami and is an auspicious day. Often, husbands buy gifts for their wives and businesses prefer to open new accounts.

Day 5:Bhai Duj: November 6, 2021 (Saturday) Dwitiya

This day is reserved for the love between brothers and sisters. A small ceremony is performed where the sisters receive gifts from their brothers.

Diwali 2021 Puja Muhurat / Auspicious Time For Lakshmi Puja

On the day of Diwali, Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha are worshipped. It is believed that on this day, the Goddess Lakshmi was born during the Samudra Manthan. At the latter stage of her life, she got married to Lord Vishnu. The Diwali 2021 puja timing along with auspicious timing to conduct Lakshmi pooja is given below:

  • Amavasya Tithi starts on 4th November 2021 from 06:03 am
  • Amavasya Tithi ends on 5th November 2021 till 02:44 am

Pradosh is the time that is suitable and auspicious for performing the Diwali Puja. Pradosh is the time when Amavasya Tithi is prevailing. During Diwali 2021, this is the time when you should worship and conduct puja for Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesha. 

  • Time: 06:09 pm to 08:20 pm
  • Duration – 1 hour 55 minutes
  • Pradosh Kaal- 17:34:09 PM to 20:10:27 PM
  • Vrshabh kaal – 18:10:29 PM to 20:06:20 PM

Diwali Shubh Choghadiya Muhurta

  • Morning Muhurta: 06:34:53 AM to 07:57:17 PM
  • Morning Muhurta: 10:42:06 AM to 14:49:20 PM
  • Evening Muhurta: 16:11:45 PM to 20:49:31 PM
  • Ratri Muhurta: 24:04:53 PM to 01:42:34 PM

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