Diwali Greetings Images and Quotes 2014

Beauty, magnificence, illuminati, veracity, spirituality, credence, trust…. all these lexis hum so high, don’t they? Now what if I ask you to incorporate all these above words in a single juncture, a once in a year fest. You are struck with amaze, that can this be possible? Oh yes, it is! Here it is, Diwali, a festival of beauty, light, grandeur, an occasion that illuminates not only our oh-so-murk and despondent life but also enlightens and enriches our soul. A strong upbeat kick to our quiescent mysticism. It is the festival where mortals assemble and celebrate together not caring for the caste, credo or religion. People get together, folks and kin flock, the entire society celebrates this fete with pageantry and show. The five days festival starts with Dhanteras, ending with the Bhaiya-dooj.

Messages start pouring in, wishes are on air. Socio timelines are flooded with e-greetings and wishes. Beautiful cards come your way, with sweets (Checkout a wonderful video animated diwali greetings that we came across.). Some of my all time favorite greetings had these lines, ” May the festival of lights be the harbinger of joy and prosperity as the holy occasion of Diwali is here and the atmosphere is filled with the spirit of mirth and love, here’s hoping this festival of beauty brings your way, bright sparkles of contentment, that stay with you through the days ahead. Happy Diwali 2014.”

“May these rich blessings be your due, a wealth of friendships, old and new, some service rendered, some solace given, a gentle pear with god and heaven. Happy Diwali.”

“Light the lamps of love, blast the chain of sorrow, shoot a rocket of prosperity, fire a flowerpot of happiness. wishing you and your family a Happy Diwali.”

“On this special day as you celebrate valor and courage, triumph of good over evil, I wish happiness and success in everything you do. Happy Diwali 2014.”

“With gleam of diyas and echo of chants may happiness and contentment fill your life.”

Diwali greetings images – With a hope that you attain success and bliss with every light that is lit on the day of diwali. Happy Diwali. Diwali Greetings Images.

Diwali greetings images - With a hope that you attain success and bliss with every light that is lit on the day of diwali. Happy Diwali. Diwali Greetings Images

Diwali greetings quotes – There is so much pollution in the air now that if it wern’t for our lungs, there’d be no place to put it all. Happy Diwali.

Diwali greetings quotes - There is so much pollution in the air now that if it wern't for our lungs, there'd be no place to put it all. Happy Diwali.

Diwali greetings messages – May the divine light of diwali spread into your life, peace, prosperity, happiness and good health. Happy Diwali.

Diwali greetings messages - May the divine light of diwali spread into your life, peace, prosperity, happiness and good health. Happy Diwali.

Happiness is in ari, its diwali everywhere, let’s show some love and care and wish everyone out there! Happy Diwali.

Happiness is in ari, its diwali everywhere, let's show some love and care and wish everyone out there! Happy Diwali.

diwali greetings in english – Wishing you a year rich with wisdom, light and love. Happy Diwali

Diwali greetings in english - Wishing you a year rich with wisdom, light and love. Happy Diwali

May the beauty of this, festival of lights, fill your home with happiness, joy, prosperity, and never ending success. Happy Diwali.

May the beauty of this, festival of lights, fill your home with happiness, joy, prosperity, and never ending success. Happy Diwali.

No crackers – Let’s celebrate a pollution free diwali.

 

“May Diwali, the festival of lights illuminate your life and bring the shower of glory, prosperity, health and peace.”
It is that day of the year when Indian and Pakistani soldiers share their sweets. Yes, Diwali is charismatic in its own way. Not just Hindus, Sikhs and Jains also celebrate this day, though they have different ideologies and myths, they celebrate it with the same enthusiasm and one goal, integrity and togetherness. National festivals are lifeblood of a nation.

They add charm and thrill to our humdrum lives. India being a melting pot of religions, race and cultures, it has a plethora of festivals and feasts. Of late, external celebrations of Diwali have taken predominance over its religious content. As years proceed, the celebration is becoming more commercial and superficial leading to much unhealthy practices, like gambling and drinking. Therefore, there is an urgent need to put sobriety, restraint and caution in the present day celebration of Diwali, so as to maintain its sanctity and original grandeur.

Though of Indian origin, fireworks are famous in western countries too.

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