Diwali greetings and Diwali message to the world

Diwali greetings and Diwali message to the world Courtesy - Pixabay



Santosh Gairola    By   santosh |     Last updated :   13 oct 2017

Diwali greetings and Diwali message to the world



People believe that sharing Diwali greetings with your loved ones will bring happiness among people.

Diwali is one of the biggest Festivals of India. It is known for its beauty and positivity.

Diwali message is simple to the world

Diwali is the beautiful festival of light & Colors which gives the message of Love and peace.

It also leads humanity from darkness to Light.


The best thing about Diwali is it unites the people heart with each other.

Children's all around the world create handmade Diwali greeting cards and present to their family and friends.

This is the beauty of such an auspicious festival which tries to connect each other.

Diwali is an international festival which is celebrated with immense zeal all around the world.

Among hundreds of festivals, Diwali and Holi are two biggest festivals of India which are awaited by almost billion of people.

People send Diwali greetings to each other.

Diwali creates an opportunity to wider Marketing Entrepreneurs


Diwali is an amazing festival; people invest their hard earn saving like there is no tomorrow.

Think about a country which is modern yet connected to its roots, Colorful, Secular, and beautiful in own perspective.

Feel the vibrant energy of world largest democracy during Diwali.

It opens the door to the new market of Art, Decor, Textiles, Finance, and creates an opportunity of huge sale to E - commerce Website like

  1. Flipkart
  2. Snapdeal
  3. Shopclues etc


Diwali is the perfect time to invest in the Indian market. So it is the win-win situation for both Producers as well as Customer.

The customer can expect huge discounts on the products and producers can sale & introduce their product in the festive season to check out the market response.

Spiritual aspects of Diwali greeting cards

Diwali greetings display the positivity and happiness in the people all around the globe.

No doubt that Diwali has a big impact on Indian Society but it also has the spiritual connection.

It is about lighting the lamps of hope and trust in our heart.

This whole picture gives it a bigger reason to celebrate.

Diwali festival 2017 lamp Courtesy - Pixabay

Why India Celebrates festival like Diwali?

Festival is associated with the divine History of INDIA.

When Lord Rama defeated the demon king of Lanka and returned back to his kingdom Ayodhya with his younger brother Laxman and Devi Sita.

People of Avadh lighted the lamps on their doors to welcome Lord Rama with Laxman and goddess Sita.

A spectacular welcome ceremony was organized by the citizens of Ayodhya.

Lord Rama is Son of Dasrath and Kausalya is regarded as Ideal son and People's King.

For the sake of his father's swearing, Lord Rama accepted the forest exile of 14 years.

Think for a moment would you accept forest exile of 14 years for just protecting your father oath.

Lord Rama showed what is like to be real king by creating a line to bring out the best virtues of a great King.

How to celebrate this Diwali

Diwali is the most beautiful festival let's make it more beautiful by spreading happiness to all.

There is so much you can do this year to make your Diwali special for everyone.

  1. Give a phone call to your friends, colleagues, Boss or your employees if you are an entrepreneur.
  2. Our parents did so much for us and never asked anything in return. At least this Diwali we can make them feel special. By giving them our precious time.
  3. Helping your family members in Diwali Home Cleaning.
  4. Smile more by sharing joy of happiness.
  5. In this auspicious moment of Diwali, let's thank our Armed forces by lighting a Diya's on the name of our Indian armed forces .


Diwali greetings for your loved ones -

Let's come together as one community to celebrate Diwali. Here are the 10 best Diwali Greetings that you can send to your family, friends and loved ones.

  1. Happy Diwali, May Lord Rama Bless all the happiness to you and your family in this festive season.

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  2. Let's thank God for this beautiful moment and come together to celebrate this auspicious festival of Diwali. Wishing you Happy Diwali.

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  3. Let's light a lamp of Hope, faith, and trust Wishing you and your family Happy prosperous Diwali.

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  4. Happy Diwali to you may Lord Rama bless you Good health and lots of Success.

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  5. This Diwali is special. It brought us closer. Happy Diwali to you and everyone in our Family.

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  6. Happy Diwali. May this Auspicious festival of Diwali brings Happiness Peace and joy to you and your family.

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  7. May this Diwali Goddess Laxmi Shower to you her blessings of wealth and Health. Happy Diwali.

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  8. Let's come together on this auspicious festival and light a lamp for Indian army jawans. Wishing Happy Diwali to our Heroes .

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  9. Wishing you and your Family happy and safe Diwali. May this Diwali Lord Rama bless you all the prosperity.

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  10. It is the moment to light a lamp on the name of faith and trust may goddess Laxmi bless you and your family with prosperity.

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Conclusion



Diwali is the festival of lights and colors. It is the time to get connected with everyone and make them feel special. Feel the value of human bonding which is interlinked with each other.

Give a phone call to everyone your friends, boss, employees, family members. Express yourself with more positive thoughts and smile. Don't forget to send Diwali greetings to your family and friends.

Last we would like to thank each one of you giving your valuable time to read our blog post. We wish you all the good luck and happiness on the festive season of Diwali.

Thank you and have a great time ahead.






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