Celebrate this auspicious festival of Diwali with the biggest collection of original, creative and well categorised collection of SMS Greetings. A superb combination of Dhanteras SMS, Narak Chaturdashi and Choti Diwali Greetings, Lakshmi Puja, Govardhan Puja and Bhaidooj SMS. So be it any date of Diwali festival in November 2013 calendar, all you need to do is pick up a handcrafted wish and send it to your loved ones around the world. The Hindu culture and tradition has a long history and Deepavali is considered to be the most pious and popular festival of the year. Lighting diyas, bursting fire crackers with a boom, buying gifts, playing cards with games like Teen Patti and rummy,shopping on best Diwali discounts, getting decked up in a Hindustani attire,preparing delicious Deepawali sweets and snacks like Chakli, Laddoos, Mixtures and Shakkarpara and exchanging greetings that express love and gratitude –that’s what Diwalee is all about. It is the homecoming celebration of Prabhu Shri Ram after he returned from 14 years of exile. As you go online shopping for gold and buying crackers, explore this wonderful collection of messages that are emotional, funny, formal and wacky to suit every relationship – be it family, boss and colleagues or the love for your life. As you read Diwali articles, listen to Diwali songs, perform Pooja Vidhis with Sampoorna Diwali Puja and go about chanting Maa Lakshmi mantras and Laxmi Pujan aarti and bhajans, let your near and dear ones know you are thinking of them fondly. Divali wishes will bring forth festive images from the memory lane and every Diwali SMS is sure to plant a smile wherever it goes. This festival of lights is not just an Indian day of celebration, people all over the world light up their lives with this fiesta. Diwali in India is worth an experience though. As Goddess Lakshmi, the deity of wealth is honoured on this day, many people invest into real estate and buy gold on Dhanteras as this time is considered to be extremely auspicious. A brilliant fireworks display, creative rangoli, deeya arrangements and beautiful lanterns on every house is a common sight. The festival of Deepawali is associated with Lord Ram in North India, Devi Lakshmi in Gujarat, Shri Krishna in Nepal and Maa Kali in Bengal. So no matter where you are and what religion you follow, Diwali is a perfect time to come together and celebrate irrespective of all differences. This bunch of SMS greetings are in English and Hindi so that language is never a barrier to reach out to loved ones. It’s a Happy Diwali so we have special messages for Dhanatrayodashi or Dhanteras or Dhanwantari Triodasi, Narak Chaudas, Laxmi Pooja, Choti Diwali, Govardhan Puja, Bali Pratipada and Bhaidooj also called Bhayyaduj, Bhaubeej or Bhayitika. Pick up your phone and send awesome greetings anywhere in India and around the world.Wish you a Shubh Deepavali. May you be blessed!
A festive collection of SMS Greetings for Diwali, Dhateras, Lakshmi Puja, Narak Chaturdashi and Bhaidooj. Spread happiness this Diwali!