Friday, 9 September 2016

Funny Quotes For Happy Diwali

Welcome to the festival of Diwali, the biggest festival of India. Also known as Deepavali or Dewali, it is celebrated across the length and breadth of India by almost all the communities. The history of Diwali dates back to pre historic times, and there are multiple theories of its origin. Today, it is celebrated for five days. The celebration involves cooking, meeting friends and relatives, taking blessings, performing pujas, buying mettalic objects, gifting, lighting up houses with diyas or decorative lights, decoration of homes, and, definitely, bursting of fire crackers.

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Happy Diwali Quotes :

The great Hindu epic ‘Mahabharata’ reveals that it was ‘Kartik Amavashya’ (the new moon day of the Kartik month) when the Pandavas appeared from their 12 years of banishment as a result of their defeat in the hands of the Kauravas at the game of dice (gambling). The five Pandava brothers, their mother and their wife Draupadi were honest, kind, gentle and caring in their ways and were loved by all their subjects. To celebrate the joyous occassion of their return to Hastinapura and to welcome back the Pandavas, the common people illuminated their state by lighting bright earthen lamps everywhere. And the tradition is maintained to this day. 

Happy Diwali Funny Quotes  

1 Deepawali mein deepo ka didar
  Khusiyo ke sath mubarak hazaar.

  “Happy Diwali”

   :: Cute sms for Diwali ::

2 Diwali Ki Light
  Karay Sab Ko Delight
  Pakro Masti Ki Flight Aur
  Dhoom Machao All Night
  Happy Diwali!!

3 May the Divine Light of Diwali Spread into your   Life Peace, 
  Prosperity, Happiness and Good Health. 
  Happy Diwali

4 Sukh sampada aapke jivan mein aaye,
  Laxmi ji aapke ghar mein saamye,
  Bhool kar bhee aap ke jivan main,
  Aage kabhi bhee ek dukh na aaye…

5 Laxmi Aayegi Itni Ki Sab Jagah Naam Hoga,
  Din Raat Vyapar Bade Itna Adhik Kaam Hoga,
  Ghar Pariwar Samaj Me Banoge Sartaj,
  Yehi Kamna Hai Hamari Aap Ke Liye
  Diwali Ki Dhero Shubh Kamanaye…

6 Happy Diwali SMS in Advance
  Jagmag Jagmag jalte ye sunder deep,
  Charon taraf roshni hi roshi ho,
  Meri hai duha yahee,
  Honto par aapki hardam hansi hee hansi ho…
  Happy Diwali 2015

7 Amitabh - Mere Paas Rocket Hai, 
  Shurli Hai, 
  Chakri Hai, 
  Murga Bumb Hai, 
  Anaar Hai, 
  Tumhare Paas Kya Hai? 

8 Shashi Kapoor - 
  Mere Paas 

  MAA...Chis Hai!

9 Dosto se har lamhe me diwali hai,
  Dosti ki ye dunia diwani hai,
  dosto ke bina jindgi bekar hai,
  dosto se hi to jindgi me bahar hai…
  Happy Diwali 2015

10 Muskarte hanste deep tum jalana,
   Jivan main nai khushiyon ko lana,
   Dukh dard apne bhool kar,
   Sabko gale lagna, sabko gale lagna…
   Happy Diwali 2015

Top Happy Dipawali Funny Quotes :

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