Diwali Festival Greetings 2016; Diwali is a festival celebrated in India by decorating their houses with clay diyas and beautiful rangolis in front of the house. This year Diwali is celebrated on 30 October. Diwali is more like a get together of families, elaborate feasts with mithais, bursting of colourful crackers and so on. It’s a fun filled day, so lets make this diwali even more fun by sending these Diwali Festival Greetings 2016 to your friends and loved ones. You can also share Diwali Festival Greetings 2016 on various social media like Facebook, twitter, Instagram etc.
Amazing Diwali Festival Greetings 2016
Exchanging Diwali Festival Greetings 2016 is one of the most popular way of sending Diwali greetings to loved ones. So we present you the best Diwali Festival Greetings 2016.
Diwali is celebrated as the Festival of Lights in India and ‘Deepavali’ means rows of lamps. Hence oil lamps, illumination and brightness is the significant feature of Diwali Cards. Other popular symbols used in Diwali Cards include pictures of burning oil lamps, candles and bursting crackers. Rangoli patterns and pictures of traditional Diwali mithais can also be found in Diwali Cards.
Besides, as Lakshmi – Ganesh Puja is essential aspect of Diwali, image of Lakshmi Ma and Lord Ganesha are an all-time favorite image used in Diwali Cards.
In the age of Internet, Diwali E-Cards are fast replacing paper Diwali Cards. This is because sending E-Cards is fast, instantaneous and cost effective way of sending greetings to dear ones. To keep pace with the ever increasing demand of sending Diwali E-Greetings e-card sites provide plethora of options. Most cards sites offer free cards thus making it even more cost-effective for the people.
In schools, children are encouraged to make handmade Diwali Cards. Besides, utilizing their inherent creativity, Handmade Diwali Cards help kids bond with the tradition of celebrating Diwali and understand its importance.
Several charitable organization utilize the demand of Diwali Cards to raise funds for their organization. Sometimes Charitable Diwali Cards are made by children of orphanages or children with physical themselves to make an emotional appeal. It is seen that people love to go for charitable cards as it also gives them the satisfaction that the money spent by them will be utilized for a good cause.Below you can find various quotes to write on Diwali Festival Greetings 2016.
This Diwali I Am Sending You CASH:
I Pray to God to give U
IT’S THE DAY TO LIGHT THE DIYAS,
IGNITE THE ROCKETS AND BURST CRACKERS,
BUT IT’S ALSO THE TIME TO BE SAFE,
FROM THE FIREWORKS AND ALL THE SPARKLERS.
IT’S THE SEASON TO PAY A VISIT,
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND RELATIONS,
TO HAND THEM OVER SWEETS AND PRESENTS,
DIWALI IS OUR SPLENDID CHANCE.
May the beauty
Of deepavali season
Fill your home with
And may the coming year
Provide you with all
That bring you joy!
May the divine light of diwali
spread into your Life
peace, prosperity, happiness
and good health.
DENIED OF LAUGHTER AND SMILES FOR DAYS,
THEY KNOW NOT WHAT IT IS TO ENJOY,
CAN YOU NOT SHARE SOMETHING YOU HAVE,
CAN YOU NOT BRING THEM A LITTLE JOY?
WHEN YOU CAN MAKE SOMEONE ELSE SMILE
WHEN YOU CAN BE SOMEONE’S ALLY
THAT’S WHEN YOU CAN YOURSELF BE GLAD
THAT’S WHEN YOU’LL HAVE A HAPPY DIWALI!
“DIWALI” AS “ALI”
“RAMZAN” AS “RAM”
TELL ME THE DIFFERNCE
WHO IS HINDU WHO IS MUSILM
On this auspicious festival of lights,
May the glow of joy,
Prosperity and happiness
Illuminate you life and and your home.
Wishing you a Happy Diwali
Light a lamp of love!
Blast a chain of sorrow!
Shoot a rocket of prosperity!
Fire a flowerpot of happiness!
Wish u and your family SPARKLING DIWALI
MAY THESE RICH BLESSINGS BE YOUR DUE,
A WEALTH OF FRIENDSHIPS,
OLD AND NEW,
SOME SERVICE RENDERED,
SOME SOLACE GIVEN,
AND GENTLE PEACE WITH GOD AND HEAVEN
Paying respects to the gods,
And decorating for them the Thali,
This is what the occasion is all about,
This is the spirit of Deepavali……
Whole lot of fun
A big stock of masti
Lots of mithai
Wishing you the best bargain
on fun n
lots of sale-e-bration
have an enjoyable diwali mela
YOUR EYES PATAKHA,
YOUR LIPS ROCKET,
YOUR EARS CHAKARI,
YOUR NOSE FULJARI,
YOUR STYLE ANAAR,
YOUR PERSONALITY BOMB,
SMS KARO VARNA…..
I’M COMING WITH AGARBATTI.
The sweet smell of flowers
The array of colors
Diwali is here
Firecrackers are heard
Candles are lit
Presents are given
We pray to the Gods
Diwali is here.
The gorgeous festival of snacks and sweets
everyone enjoying a royal feast
when old and young with delight meet
and with love and affection do all hearts beat.
Diwali is here – the gracious festival
Celebrating victory, of myth and mystery
The festival that signals Triumph over Tragedy
May it Bestow all with Love and Happiness!
On this auspicious festival,
May your life,
Shimmer with Silver,
Shine with Gold and
Dazzle like Platinum.
Wish you a very prosperous and happy year ahead.
A festival full of childhood memories,
Sky full of fireworks,
Mouth full of sweets,
House full of diyas and heart full of joy.
Wishing you happy Diwali
May the warmth and splendour, that are a part of this auspicious occasion fill your life with happiness and bring cheer, joy and prosperity in your life. Diwali wishes to you and your family. so we send you the most attractive diwali festival greetings 2016.
Light a lamp of love
Blast a chain of sorrow
Shoot a rocket of prosperity
Fire a flowerpot of happiness
Wish u a sparkling Diwali.
May you have all the joy your heart can hold, all the smiles a day can bring, all the blessings a life can unfold. May you get the world’s best in everything. Wishing you happy Diwali.
Beautiful Diwali Festival Greetings 2016 Cards
We have added some inspiring lamps and light effect backgrounds for making a beautiful diwali greeting cards 2016 for your inspiration. Diwali popularly known as the “festival of lights”, is an important festival in Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism, celebrated for different reasons, occurring between mid-October.
Diwali – the Festival of Lights – is one of the Hindu religion’s most popular and well-known events. Around the world, Indian communities put on public light displays and engage in festivities that everyone is able to enjoy. Sometimes these celebrations involve illuminations – strings of lights hung across streets and homes. Sometimes there are fireworks displays outside, and inside the home there are candles or oil burning lamps. All these sparkly images are great inspiration for Diwali festival greeting 2016. Diwali cards that are traditionally exchanged at this time of year. Homemade Diwali cards containing personalized Diwali messages are a great way to get your kids involved in some messy craft activities! Why not use glitter pens to make a sparkly rangoli card, or finger paint with fluorescent paints on black paper to make firework patterns? There’s a great idea for a papercraft card below. When you’re working on messy craft activities with your kids, you don’t have to worry about keeping all your new clothes clean – Surf excel has all the tips you need for keeping your laundry looking good as new.
A festival full of sweet childhood memories,
sky full of fireworks,
mouth full of sweets,
house full of diyas and heart full of joy.
Wishing you all a very happy Diwali!
It Is Time To Feel Good,
Time 4 Reunion,
Time 2 Share Happiness,
Time To Feel Being Loved,
Time 2 Show Ur Love,
Time 2 Live For Others And
Time To Wish For Peace.
HAPPY DIWALI. Cheeeeeers.
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