Happy Deepavali 2017: How to wish in 10 different ways on Diwali

As it is a perfect time to convey warm wishes to your friends, family, acquaintances colleagues and loved ones, IBTimes Singapore has compiled a new collection of sweet Deepavali messages for you.

Diwali 2016
This year, Diwali falls on 18 October. Reuters

It's that time of the year when Indians across the globe celebrate Deepavali, the festival of lights along with their friends and families. Known as the day to light the 'diya' signifying an inner spiritual awakening, this year the grand Hindu festival falls on 18 October.

The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. Deepavali is a Sanskrit word which has been derived from 'Deepa' meaning light and 'vali' means in a line or series. Hence, it is a festival of lights.

People place diyas or candles on housetops, outside doors and windows, and around temples. They wear new clothes and worship Goddess Laxmi for wealth and prosperity. In some places, Goddess Kali is worshipped on this festival. People burst crackers and distribute sweets to celebrate the festival of light.

On the occasion of Deepavali, people also send wishes and gifts to their family members and close friends. As it is a perfect time to convey warm wishes to your friends, family, acquaintances colleagues and loved ones, IBTimes Singapore has compiled a new collection of sweet Deepavali messages for you.

  • Light a lamp of love!
    Blast a chain of sorrow!
    Shoot a rocket of prosperity!
    Fire a flowerpot of happiness!
    Wish you and your family "SPARKLING DIWALI".
  • With gleam of Diyas, And the Echo of the Chants, May Happiness and Contentment Fill Your life. Wishing You & Your Family a Very Happy and Prosperous Diwali!
  • Sun glows for a day; Candle for an hour; Matchstick for a minute; But a wish glows forever. Here is my wish for a glowing Diwali and glowing life! Happy Diwali.
  • I wish that the only time there is darkness around you is when you are watching your favourite movie or sleeping peacefully! Happy Deepavali!
  • 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 2017.
  • We meditate on the glory of the creator, Who has created the Universe, Who is worthy of Worship, Who is the embodiment of Knowledge and Light, Who is a remover of all Sin and Ignorance. May he enlighten our Intellect. Happy Deepavali 2017.
  • All that I wish for you during this festival of lights is: D : Dazzling lights I : Immense joy W : Windfall A : Abundant peace L : Lavish festivities I : Illustrious life
  • Noticed your phone got heavier with this sms? That's because it contains loads of love, affection and prayers to keep u happy this Diwali.
  • Doubt is like darkness, Trust is like light, There is no way to destroy light by throwing darkness in to it. So come together and enjoy the festival of lights....!!! – Have a wonderful Deepavali.
  • The sun does not shine there, nor do the moon and the stars, nor do lightning shine, All the lights of the world cannot be compared even to a ray of the inner light of the self. Merge yourself in this light of lights and Enjoy the supreme Deepavali.

Diwali 2016
This year, Diwali falls on 18 October. Reuters

It's that time of the year when Indians across the globe celebrate Deepavali, the festival of lights along with their friends and families. Known as the day to light the 'diya' signifying an inner spiritual awakening, this year the grand Hindu festival falls on 18 October.

The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, knowledge over ignorance, and hope over despair. Deepavali is a Sanskrit word which has been derived from 'Deepa' meaning light and 'vali' means in a line or series. Hence, it is a festival of lights.

People place diyas or candles on housetops, outside doors and windows, and around temples. They wear new clothes and worship Goddess Laxmi for wealth and prosperity. In some places, Goddess Kali is worshipped on this festival. People burst crackers and distribute sweets to celebrate the festival of light.

On the occasion of Deepavali, people also send wishes and gifts to their family members and close friends. As it is a perfect time to convey warm wishes to your friends, family, acquaintances colleagues and loved ones, IBTimes Singapore has compiled a new collection of sweet Deepavali messages for you.

  • Light a lamp of love!
    Blast a chain of sorrow!
    Shoot a rocket of prosperity!
    Fire a flowerpot of happiness!
    Wish you and your family "SPARKLING DIWALI".
  • With gleam of Diyas, And the Echo of the Chants, May Happiness and Contentment Fill Your life. Wishing You & Your Family a Very Happy and Prosperous Diwali!
  • Sun glows for a day; Candle for an hour; Matchstick for a minute; But a wish glows forever. Here is my wish for a glowing Diwali and glowing life! Happy Diwali.
  • I wish that the only time there is darkness around you is when you are watching your favourite movie or sleeping peacefully! Happy Deepavali!
  • 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 2017.
  • We meditate on the glory of the creator, Who has created the Universe, Who is worthy of Worship, Who is the embodiment of Knowledge and Light, Who is a remover of all Sin and Ignorance. May he enlighten our Intellect. Happy Deepavali 2017.
  • All that I wish for you during this festival of lights is: D : Dazzling lights I : Immense joy W : Windfall A : Abundant peace L : Lavish festivities I : Illustrious life
  • Noticed your phone got heavier with this sms? That's because it contains loads of love, affection and prayers to keep u happy this Diwali.
  • Doubt is like darkness, Trust is like light, There is no way to destroy light by throwing darkness in to it. So come together and enjoy the festival of lights....!!! – Have a wonderful Deepavali.
  • The sun does not shine there, nor do the moon and the stars, nor do lightning shine, All the lights of the world cannot be compared even to a ray of the inner light of the self. Merge yourself in this light of lights and Enjoy the supreme Deepavali.

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