Diwali 2018: History, Importance and Significance of Diwali

Deepavali is called as “festival of lights”, celebrated by millions of Indians in and around Asian countries. It is observed not only by Hindu’s but also by Sikhs, Jains and Buddhist. This five-day celebration is India’s most awaited festival and the celebration will start a day before. The festival is considered as a New year for Hindu religion and the main moto of Diwali is the winning of Good over Evil and knowledge over Ignorance.

Diwali celebration 2018

Diwali celebration-2018. How it is being celebrated

Diwali celebration 2018. Why Diwali is celebrated and how it is celebrated.

India is a land of unity and festivals. At least once a month, Indians will be in a festival mode and there are four major festivals in India. They are Diwali, Navaratri, Vinayagar Chathurthy and Pongal. There are many regional festivals happen that vary as per the geographical conditions. Tamilians will celebrate Pongal as their major festival, Malayali’s have Onam, Lahri for Punjab, Gangaru for Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh, Holi for north India, etc. As India has much diversity of cultures, Tamilians do not celebrate Holi and at the same time, North Indians don’t celebrate Pongal. But, Diwali is one such function every Indian will get so much excitement. Diwali means celebrations & gifts. Deepavali means unity. Diwali means light & heat. Deepavali is considered to be Hindu’s new year as per lunar calendar.



How do Diwali celebrations happen:

History of Diwali

When the month October ends, people from India will get so excited and start planning for shopping, sweets, celebrations and lot more. Yeah… November is the month of Diwali, yaar. Although India is a land of festivals, there are only a few festivals that are as joy as Diwali. In India, Diwali celebrations will last for six days and every day, celebration styles will vary. Every year, dates also may vary and is decided by the Hindu lunar calendar, not a Gregorian calendar. Deepavali will happen on the darkest night of the year. And there is a common myth that Hindu’s only celebrate Deepavali with great pomp and enthusiasm but it’s not true. Many other religions like Jains, Sikhs and Buddhist are also celebrating Diwali on the same day but for various other reasons. It is not only for Indians but also for other countries including Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Indonesia, Fiji, Thailand, Mauritius, Australia and Canada. This is the only time, Maybe, the soldiers from India and Pakistan forgot about wars and share smiles and sweets on the border.

What is Diwali and How do we celebrate Diwali:

Over the past few years, People are loving to enjoy the festive season as sweet as possible. As a result, they started searching for how to celebrate Diwali. Thus, we are here with an article on celebrating Diwali 2018. Stay tuned to explore more and enjoy your Diwali 2018

Getting ready for Diwali 2018 – Vasubaras:

Some people consider Diwali as four days and some consider Deepavali as a five-day festival because they include the festival of Vasubaras. A day before Diwali, women fast in order to evoke God’s grace and they will pray for the welfare of the entire family. It is believed that you will gain only by giving up. In the evening, people worship Gomata (the cow) and her calf and feed them special food. The day will be spent for the preparation itself.

The first day of Diwali 2018 –Dhanteras:

The first official and auspicious day of Diwali falls on 13th of Kartika month (Tamil Calendar). In the early morning of 13th, devotees arise early in the morning before sunrise and take oil baths. After then, people set out to clean their houses and shops and decorate the doorsteps and courtyards with rangoli multi colour powders, flowers and several other natural products. On this day, as goddess Lakshmi was born, people purchase golds and silver ornaments, utensils, vessels or at least single coin. After sunset, people start glowing diyas (Sanskrit word for lamp). This day of celebration is called Dhantrayodashi.

The second day of Diwali celebration- Naraka Chaturdashi:

The second special day of celebration is called Naraka Chaturdashi. People celebrate this day on the remembrance of Lord Krishna who killed demon Narakasura, the evil king who misused powers to harass people. People start the day by taking an oil bath in the early morning. Then, they will visit their relatives and friends, exchanging love and sweets. In the night, people light lamps and burn firecrackers. People decorate their houses with lit lamps and lanterns to welcome Lakshmi into their home and hearts. The earth is lit up by lamps and the skies are coloured by the multi-hued lights of fireworks. On this day businessmen close old accounts and open new accounts. This auspicious day of Deepavali is also called as Kali chudas.

The Third day of Diwali 2018- Actual Day:

The third day is the actual day of Diwali. This day falls on the new moon day called Amavasya. Devotees, as usual, wake up early in the morning. After taking a bath in the nearby river, they will visit a temple and pray for good health and happiness. The whole day will be spent on eating sweets, visiting friends house and relatives home. People will share gifts and sweets along with love. On daytime, children and adult (usually) will crack some crackers. Adults will show their bravery by cracking huge crackers which will create high noise and fire. In the evening time, when the sun sets, children and young girls will enjoy their own noise-less crackers. Probably this day in the whole year, we can see young girls wearing new salwars and sarees cracking crackers. In south India, this is the only day for their Diwali celebration.

Deepavali 2018- Fourth day Deepavali celebration- Govardhana Pooja:

The official fourth-day celebration of Deepawali varies in different parts of India. In North India, the Govardhana Puja, devotees build large mounds made of cow dung, symbolising Govardhana – the mountain that Krishna lifted up with his finger to save the villagers of Vrindavan from rain – and decorate and worship them. North Indians observe this day as Annakoot or the mountain of food. People celebrate their arms, machinery and instruments on this day. Thus, the day will be Off for employees and they will be appreciated with the bonus.

Brother- Sister love – Yama Dwitiya celebration:

The fifth day of the festival is called Bhaiyya Dooj (also known as Bhai dooj or baai bheej). It is celebrated unique and fun. Every man visits her sister’s home and the sister will prepare special sweets and dishes on this last day, wishing him a long, happy, healthy life and great success for them. In return, brother will present her with gifts. North India calls it Yama Dwitiya. Above all, thousands of brothers and sisters join hands and have a sacred bath in the river Yamuna.

History of Diwali and Why is Diwali celebrated

Historically, Dipavali has many origins. But most likely, it began as an important harvest festival. The story varies according to the religion as well as time. Some people believe the history of Diwali to be the celebration of the marriage of Goddess Lakshmi with Lord Vishnu. It is also said to be her on the new-moon day of Kartik.

Rama’s Return in Diwali History :

Diwali celebration History in Ramayanam

It is also believed that on this day in the history of Deepavali, Lord Rama along with his wife Sita and brother Lakshmana was returning to his hometown Ayodhya after 14 years of exile issued by his mother. Hanuman, the follower of Rama came to Ayodhya along with them. Rama had just finished battling with Ravana, King of Ceylon, who had abducted Sita. People of Ayodhya lit lamps in every home to welcome their king as well as to celebrate his victory over Ravana and also the safe return of their gorgeous Queen Sita. They danced and made merry and lit firecrackers to express their happiness over Rama’s return. And as a  worship to Rama, as per the history of Diwali, the festivities continue every year.

Diwali story on Laxmi’s Birthday:

We all believe that Devas are immortal. But once, both Devas (gods) and Asuras (Demons) were mortal. They had died sometime or other, like us. But they wanted to live forever. So they churned the Milky Ocean to seek Amrita, the immortality nector. As a result, many divine objects came up and the prime among these was Goddess Lakshmi. On the same night, Lord Krishna married her. It all happened on the darkest night of the year and to mark this holy moment, people illuminated the earth with brilliant lamps. This event in Diwali history is supposed to have an annual celebration at the same time, every year.

Pandavas Comeback in Diwali History:

Diwali celebration history in Mahabaratham

According to Mahabharata, Pandavas (five loyal brothers) suffered a great defeat in the hands of Gauravas (brothers of Pandavas). The five Pandava brothers and their mom are well known for their good character. They were honest, generous, kind and caring in their own ways and were loved by all. Once, as a rule, imposed on the result of gambling, they had to serve a term of 13 years in exile. When the period got over, they returned back to hometown along with their mom. The people, as a result, to celebrate their return to Hastinapura, lightened the whole earth with Diyas and crackers. As a remembrance of this incident in history, people started celebrating this day every year.

Diwali story of Kali who went mad with Shiva:

Long long ago, there was a battle happened between gods and demons. But unfortunately, all the gods lost their battle with the demons. As there is no way to rescue living organisms on earth from the growing cruelty of the demons, Goddess Kali took birth from the forehead of Goddess Durga. As wartime increases, her anger was also increased tremendously. As a result, she killed all the demons with anger but lost control. She started killing anyone who came her way. She stopped only when she steps on Lord Shiva and stops in horror and repentance. In several parts of the world, people celebrating Diwali as a remembrance of this event in history.

Narakasura’s Death in Diwali History:

Diwali history on Narakasura's death

According to the Bhagavad Gita, Narakasura was an evil demon king and a terrible ruler. Somehow, he got great powers and conquered both the heavens and earth. He locked up many women in his own palace. As people asked Lord Krishna to help, he had battled this evil demon and emerged victorious and unlocked women. The people of the earth were overjoyed as they got freedom from the hands of the terrible Narakasura and welcomed Krishna back with lamps in their hands. Still, People following the tradition as a remembrance of this story in Deepavali history.

Diwali story of King Vikramaditya:

In 56 BC, on the historical day of Diwali, King Vikramaditya, the legendary Hindu king of India known for his wisdom, large-heartedness, was crowned and declared to be a king. People of Vikramaditya’s Kingdom got so excited because he is a well known and lovable person among the people. So they lightened the earth with small lamps and till date, the event is celebrated as a remembrance of that event. And this is one of the important historical stories in Diwali dictionary.

Do Sikhs celebrate Diwali? What is the story behind that?

Yeah… yes. In the historical Diwali day, third Sikh Guru institutionalized the festival of lights as an occasion when all Sikhs would gather to receive the Gurus blessings. It was also on the same auspicious occasion of Diwali when the foundation stone of the Golden Temple at Amritsar was laid in 1577. In 1619, their sixth religious leader Guru Hargobind Ji, who was held by the Mughal Emperor Jahangir in the Gwalior fort, was freed from imprisonment along with 52 Hindu Kings (political prisoners) whom he had arranged to be released as well. This history is still in process and people are celebrating Diwali for this reason.

Diwali story of Lakshmi and King Mahabali:

The Bhagavata Purana, Hindus sacred book, reveals that Lakshmi was imprisoned by the king mahabali during the Treta Yug. Mahabli or King Bali was once a powerful demon king ruled the earth. Lord Brahma blessed him and he was invincible and even gods failed to kill him on battles. Mahabali was a wise and perfect king but violent in his character and the approach towards devas. Lord Vishnu rescued Laxmi in his fifth incarnation (as Vamana-avatar) and as a result of his actions in the history of Diwali, people usually  lit lamps and Diyas in their home.

The story behind why Jain’s celebrate Diwali:

Jain's celebrating Diwali

For Jains, Diwali has major significance. Mahavira had contributed to the growth of scientific temper and he protested for the people to come out of blind superstitious activities. He raised his voice towards gender equality, political and social equity. Mahavira tried to advocate non-possessiveness to protect biodiversity from human greed. So, as a result, to celebrate his activities, people are celebrating Diwali with crackers and Diyas. This is one more reason for Jains to engage in history of Diwali celebrations.

Maharishi Dayanandha Saraswathi’s work in Diwali History:

Another modern era story reveals that, On the new moon day of 1875, Swami Dayananda Saraswathi, one of the greatest reformer of Hinduism attained his nirvana (meaning- enlightenment) and became Maharishi Dayanandha (meaning the greater sago of Dayanandha). And also, he reformed the movement to purify Hinduism of the many evils associated with that era. On every new moon day, to mark a history, Hindus remember this person for his works and light diyas and crackers.

What is the meaning of Diwali

Deepali stands for Unity

Deepavali teaches us the beautiful lesson in life, unity. The heat and light that shines from the sun, the moon, the stars, and the gas stove is all the same. It doesn’t vary anywhere. This is the reason for the creation of all the things in this universe. It may be the human being or animals, birds, sea and even your mobile phone screen or whatever it is, it is definitely made of only one thing. That is light. It teaches us that everything is from the same ancestor and we should be united and spread love and compassion. Lights of Diya at entrance doors means inner spiritual light of the individual must be reflected outside. It should benefit others and society. “The Self is pure consciousness which is self-luminous. The cognition of all objects arises from the light of pure Consciousness.” – Bhrihadaranyaka Upanishad”.

What is Diya and what is the meaning of it:

Our ancestors had no matchboxes but they produced heat. They did this by striking stones one on another. Do you ever wonder, how they made fire whenever they needed? Yeah..that’s not a rocket science. They produced it one time and kept it glowing forever by adding some substances or by transferring the heat to another material before it glows off. This is what Diwali tries to convey to us. We do not fire all 1000 diyas with matchboxes. We just fire a single Diya and sequentially, we fire another Diya with the older one. To summarize, one lamp can light several others.

But still, the flame and light of the first lamp will remain as it is. Light becoming manifold, it loses nothing. Every people have some good qualities. Some people have love, some have wisdom, some have money and some have the ability to unite people. Deepavali says don’t get satisfied with lighting just a single lamp; light a thousand. Likewise, we need to teach thousands of people with wisdom what we now know. At the same time, we need to learn new things from several other thousand people. People who are hungry, do not have shelter, have no dress to change are blessed by other people with food, shelter and clothing. This is the spirit of Deepavali. This is true prayer.

Diwali facts | Crackers | Sweets | Bonus:

Let me ask you a simple question. What is the biggest scarcity our future generation will face? Water! Pure air! Nature! The answer is no. Yeah…Maybe these are some of the factors but it can be protected through invention. This is a fast-changing world and everything surrounds us is an electronic device. In the early morning, the first thing that we search even before opening our eyes is Cell phones, Right? Yeah…right. You don’t have any other options. The answer is creativity. Technology is killing us. We are spending a lot of our daily time by just simply sitting in front of a desktop monitor. As a result, we don’t have enough time to spend with our family. It’s really a scary thing. But Deepavali is one such occasion that helps us to spend the whole week with our family. People share love, sweets, gifts with family members, neighbours, friends and whoever they meet during the festive occasion.

Deepavali spreads Happiness and love:

Whatever the status of the family is, it brings a smile in every home. Be it in making sweets, fireworks, decorations, or even making those diyas and lights. Diwali keeps us rooted in tradition. People look pretty in traditional Indian dresses especially small kids and young girls. Diwali is one more festival when we can happily socialize with our loved ones. It is common that people make mistakes. Deepavali is the time when we forget our woes and come together and light our lives with a fresh attitude. Diwali is the time when our house gets renovated, clean and gets decorated and lighted with diyas. Cities and homes, all get clean and get a facelift. It keeps a bonding of the new generation with the old cultures. Most importantly, lights lights lights everywhere!!!

Retail stores earn more from Diwali crackers and sweets:

50% of total India’s GDP is coming from unorganized sectors. Unorganized sectors include local roadside stores, sugarcane juice sellers, pani-poori stalls and even the businesses carried out by an 8-year-old boy who is selling notebooks on signals. The greatest plus with these unorganized sectors is that they are changing their businesses more than one time in a month. When Deewali comes, they will automatically switch their business to cracker sellers or gift card sellers or saree sellers. And moreover, Deewali don’t kill them. People will get more Profit. Deepavali provides profits not only to Firework Traders and Sweet Shops, local cloth shops, gift shops but also it provides employment to many.

Deepavali Triggers us to donate and celebrate:

Diwali reminds us there are many people who need clothes and food. That they need some help from us. So obviously induce us to donate some money or sweets or clothes. Diwali is a unifying event, and it can soften even the hardest of hearts. Deepavali reminds us to kindle that inner light inside us. This is the only time when soldiers from India and Pakistan forgot about their fights and share love and smile over there on the border.

Diwali Corporate Gifts ideas:

Diwali celebration 2018- corporate gifts

If you are a Corporate or SMB executive, then you are in the right place. Diwali is nearing and this is the perfect time for bonuses and incentives. Corporate life is changing and instead of a bonus, you can gift your employees. Corporate gifts act as a bridge between corporate companies and their clients or stakeholders. Simply just doing services to clients will bring nothing other than usual revenues. But presenting the clients and employees with some exciting gifts will be crucial for gaining the trust and love of clients, employees and associates. These gifts will act as an incentive for employees for their contribution towards the growth of the company and as a result, they will work more focused for the company. When it comes to clients, these gifts will fetch more affection towards the company and they will gain some secured feeling with it. Above all, these gifts will build a brand name in the society and will trigger the clients to divert more clients to us. Nowadays, irrespective of the company size, companies are gifting their employees.

Employee Gift ideas for Diwali celebration:

While gifting, it should not create diversity within the office. If you gift your manager with a parker pen, then you should gift your last support staff with same brand parker pen. Hope, you got my point! There are many corporate gifts (with cash back) for your employees, clients and associates that you can pick one or more based on your budget. Some examples are to state- Pen, Diary, Photo diaries, personalized mugs, etc. Here is a complete list of gifts that you can give it to your employees. Welcome your employees to your business new year with something special picked out of millions.

Diwali Gifts for your family women:

Present your lovely lady with some beautiful Diwali gifts. But, what will you choose? She is not just your wife. She is your housekeeper, cook, mother, daughter, teacher, doctor (sometimes), well-wisher and more on. Not just a single dinner with a variety of food and sweets are not enough for her. She deserves more. Frankly, She may expect more. Do you think just one click is enough to present her a pleasant surprise? Definitely no. Here, we came up with coupon codes for some exciting Diwali gifts but that’s not enough. Crawl more and present your love what she deserves with Ultra promo code.

Deewali Gifts for your Husband:

Diwali is nearing and it’s your turn to gift your man with some pleasant gifts. He is the one who is running every day to make your home filled with laughs and love. Sometimes, he might stand against the whole world just to safeguard you. He is not just your husband. He is your father, Kid, doctor, driver, Comedian, Hero, Villain (Sometimes) and more on. Not just a single dinner with plenty of food and sweet is enough for this Diwali. He deserves more. He may expect more from you. Here, we came out with a handful of gifts with coupon codes that you can gift your husband. But this is not enough to satisfy him. Crawl more and find the most suited gift for him.

Deepavali Gifts for your parents :

Do you remember your fifth Diwali? You wore new dresses. With sweets on right hand and crackers on left hand, you were playing on the street. Whatever you love, your parents made that happen. Right? That’s why you are here to gift back them. We are here with a complete list of gifts along with coupon codes that you can present your parents. Pick any from the list and gift your beautiful parents. Undoubtedly, they will be the happiest person in this whole universe. But make sure, you choose what they really deserve.

Deepavali Gifts suggestions:

Herewith, I add some gift ideas to your family, employee, husband, wife, parents are added here. They are Golden Silver Bowl set, Luck hamper, Office bag, Signing express, Golden fruit basket, Golden Bowl basket, Leather Laxmi, Peace’s of Buddha, Ganesh, Fruit nuts, Fresh pages (diary), Beyond love (clothes), Leather family, Golden playing cards, Chockie- cookie, Office pen stand, Traditional serving couch, Round shaped wooden wall clock, Lakshmi Ganesha, Clay Pots. These are some basic gift ideas. You can click here to check Diwali gifts with great discount offers and cashback.

Language In local language
English Diwali/ Deepavali
Tamil தீபாவளி
Hindhi दीवाली/ दीपावली
German Diwali/ vali
Norwegian Diwali
Malayalam ദീപാവലി
Kannada ದೀಪಾವಳಿ
Punjabi ਦੀਪਾਵਲੀ
AMHARIC ደአፓቫል
Arabic ديبفل
Bengali দীপাবলি
Language In local language
Greek Δεεπαβάλη
Gujarati દીપાવલી
Marathi दीपावली
Nepali दीपावली
Oriya ଦୀପାବଳି
Persian داپوالی
Russian деепавали
Sanskrit दीपावली
Telugu దీపావళి
Sinhalese දීපාවලි
Serbian деепавали
Festival Date
Naraka Chaturdasi November 6, 2018
Govardhan Puja November 8, 2018
Bhai Duj November 9, 2018
Chhat Puja November 13, 2018
Milad un-Nabi/Id-e-Milad November 21, 2018
Guru Nanak Jayanti November 23, 2018
Guru Tegh Bahadur’s Martyrdom November 24, 2018
Function name Diwali
Other names Deepavali, Deewali
Meaning Celebration of light and heat
Last year 19 October 2017
This year 07 October 2018
Next year 27 October 2019
Religion Hinduism, Sikhs, Buddhist, Jains
Countries India, Asia, Canada, South Africa

 

When is Diwali Date 2018: Diwali Calendar from 2000 to 2031

Year Date
2000 26 October 2000
2001 14 November 2001
2002 04 November 2002
2003 25 November 2003
2004 12 November 2004
2005 01 November 2005
2006 21 November 2006
2007 09 November 2007
2008 28 October 2008
2009 17 October 2009
2010 05 November 2010
2011 26 October 2011
2012 13 November 2012
2013 03 November 2013
2014 23 October 2014
2015 11 November 2015
Year Date
2016 30 October 2016
2017 19 October 2017
2018 07 November 2018
2019 27 October 2019
2020 14 November 2020
2021 04 November 2021
2022 24 October 2022
2023 12 November 2023
2024 01 November 2024
2025 21 October 2025
2026 08 November 2026
2027 29 October 2027
2028 17 October 2028
2029 05 November 2029
2030 26 October 2030
2031 14 November 2031

Frequently Asked Questions

What is Deepavali Celebration?

Deepavali is called as “festival of lights”, celebrated by millions of Indians in and around Asian countries. It is observed not only by Hindu’s but also by Sikhs, Jains and Buddhist. The festival is considered as a New year for Hindu religion and the main moto of Diwali is the winning of Good over Evil and knowledge over Ignorance.

What is the meaning of Deepavali?

Deepavali literally means “row of lighted lamps” and is often called the festival of lights.  Diwali celebrates the victory of good over evil; knowledge over ignorance; god over evil; light over darkness.

What is the Festival of light?

Festival of light is the slogan word commonly used to describe Diwali or Deepavali. On the day of Diwali, people used to light up their environment with Diyas and lamps. This happens on the darkest night of the year.

Is Diwali a harvest festival?

Yes. Diwali is a harvest festival and is portrayed as the national festival usually in the month of October and November. It is marked as the last harvest before winter.

Why do we celebrate Deepavali?

Deepavali is celebrated for various reasons include Rama’s return after 14 years of exile, to celebrate Laxmi’s birthday, killing of Narakasura, Kali went mad with Shiva, Pandavas comeback, etc.

When Diwali will come in 2018?

Diwali or Deepavali falls on 7th of November 2018 (15th day of Kartik – the holiest month in the Hindu lunar calendar). In 2019, it’s observed on 27th October.

Other names of Diwali / What does Diwali mean in English?

Diwali means “Festival of lights” and rows of lighted lamps. and it is one of the biggest festival seasons in India. It is also called Diwali, Dipavali, Dipawali, Kali Puja, Bandi Chhor Divas.

Who celebrates Diwali?

Diwali is celebrated not only by Hindu’s but also celebrated by Sikhs, Buddhist, Jains. Every religion is celebrating Diwali for different reasons but in the same month. For Hindu’s, Diwali is observed as a New year (as Lunar Calendar). Read top 7 stories of Diwali.

Where is Diwali celebrated by Hindus?

Hindus celebrate Diwali based on the geographical regions. In north India, people visit Ayodhya as a remembrance of Rama’s return to Ayodhya after the 14-year exile. In South India, people celebrate Diwali as a rememberance of Lord Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura.

Where is Diwali celebrated by Sikhs?

Sikhs celebrate Diwali as a remembrance of the day when their sixth guru, Guru Hargobhind, was released along with 52 other princes from Jahangir’s prison in 1619.

Who killed Narakasura?

Narakasura was a devil king misused the powers to harass people. Finally, lord Krishna intervened and killed him.

What is Navaratri and why it is celebrated?

The word “Navaratri” is a combination of “Nava” (nine) and “Ratri” (night). It lasts for 9 nights and 10 days. It is one of the most sacred festivals in Hinduism where people worship Goddess Durga, who represents the energy of the universe, in her 9 beautiful forms with great reverence. There are various reasons why Navratri is celebrated, and each has its own significance in different parts of India.

What happens during Diwali?

During Diwali, devotees wake up early in the morning and they worship Gomata (Cow). Then they will visit a nearby temple. After the prayer, people will spend the whole day shopping. People usually by gold or silver ornaments on this day (there is a common belief that Goddess Laxmi was born on this day). Then, in the evenings, people irrespective of the age lighten the crackers. In the night, devotees will have special sweets and dinner with as many varieties as possible.

What is Holi and how it is celebrated?

Holi is a Hindu festival the is being celebrated to welcome the spring. The Holy festival is also called Festival of Colour and it takes place for over two days. People will smash colour powder to their loved ones. It is celebrated for fertility, colour, love and triumph of good versus evil.

Diwali Greetings 2018:

When Diwali- “Festival of Lights” arrives, it’s the time for people to share love, sweets, gifts as well as greetings. So, here we came up with an essay article which compiles various greetings section for Diwali. I just categorized these greetings for Diwali 2018 on the basis of relationships. But, you can use these for anyone- your friends, parents, relatives, etc.

Here are the Diwali 2018 greetings:

 

May the beauty of Diwali fill your home with love and happiness, and may the coming year provide you with everything that brings you joy!

 

Love, Peace, Joy, Prosperity, Long Life, Good Health- These are my greetings for you this Diwali. Happy Diwali!

 

On this festival of light, Vanish the fears; Forget the tears and just wonder. Oh dear! Diwali is here! Happy Diwali.

 

Today, I pray almighty that your sorrows divided and your happiness is multiplied. Oh, my Dear! This my Diwali Greetings. Happy Diwali.

 

Today, At this festival of Light, May God bring you and your family health, wealth and success. Happy Diwali, Dear!

 

On this Magical day, let Sweets, lamps, diyas, rangoli, crackers fill your home and surroundings; Happy Diwali.

 

For this Diwali 2018, I’m sending your way the best of wishes for you and your family. Happy Diwali Dear!

 

On this auspicious occasion of Diwali 2018, I wish you witness the best of the time and may all your wishes come true. Happy Diwali!

 

On this divine occasion of Diwali, I pray to Lord Ganesha to fill you and your family with happiness and joy! Happy Diwali.

 

Hereby I Announce all my friends and family that I’m now ready to accept Diwali gifts. Cash, Credit Cards, Cheques are accepted. So, hurry and send now! And yeah… don’t forget to have fun this Diwali!

 

Good over evil… Light over darkness… Knowledge over ignorance… With Peace on Earth and crackers on sky… Celebrate this Diwali with cheer and glee. This is my Diwali Greetings darling. Happy Diwali!

 

This is Diwali 2018… All of us should be happy. Light the Diyas and rejoice. In this year, all your problems will explode like crackers and you will be free in the upcoming year… Happy Diwali!

 

Just like the courage of Lord Krishna when he faced and defeated the Narakasura, may you find your courage within you and solve all your problems. Happy Diwali!

 

Hey Dear! Happy Diwali to you and your family. Best Wishes is coming on your way!

 

Diwali is the festival to celebrate the victory of God over evil. May you also defeat the darkness of your life. Happy Diwali 2018.

 

As you celebrate Diwali 2018, Remember, my wishes and Diwali greetings are there on your way and be safe with crackers. Happy Diwali 2018 my Dear!

 

Beep! Beep! You’ve got a message! It contains lots of care, love, hugs and kisses to you. Happy Diwali!

 

Today, You can see people celebrate the day with sweets. The town is filled with colourful flowers. Homes are filled with beautiful ornaments. Yes, it’s Diwali 2018 and this is my Diwali greetings to you. Happy Diwali Festival!

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