Happy Tihar 2017 – Top 10 Wallpapers of Tihar ko Diyo

Happy Tihar 2017: Top 10 Wallpapers of Tihar ko Diyo

Happy Tihar 2017: Top 10 Wallpapers of Tihar ko Diyo. This page provides you information with Wallpapers of Tihar ko Diyos (दियोहरु). How Tihar ko Diyos is looking in Tihar festival of Nepal. Let’s see about Tihar ko Diyo to celebrate the festival of lights – Tihar.

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Diyo is a small lamp and it is also known as ‘Deepak’ or ‘Deep’ or ‘Diya’. A “Diyo” is a traditional candles. The relation of Tihar and Diyo is just unique. Tihar is the festival of lights and the Diyos bring light to the world. So here you can make beautiful diyo by decorating it. Happy Tihar 2017, check all Top 10 Wallpapers of Tihar ko Diyos. 

See also: Tihar festival in Nepal- The Festival Of Lights!!

Tihar is the time when you decorate you home with diyos. You get decorated beautiful diyos and you can get plane diyos also which you can decorate yourself. Beautiful colorful diyos or earthen lamps of all shapes and sizes are available in the markets during Tihar festival time. Also known as ‘Diyo’ or ‘Deep’ or Deepak’, the Diyo brings light to the world. Diyos are one of the most significant of Tihar decorations and are lit in remembrance of the deceased and to worship the gods and goddesses.

See also: Nepali Tihar Diyo Decoration Ideas: Make Tihar Diyos beautiful

Tihar or Deepawali is certainly the biggest of all Hindu festivals. Each of the five days in the festival of Tihar is separated by a different tradition, but what remains true and constant is the celebration of life, its enjoyment and goodness.

Happy Tihar 2017: Top 10 Wallpapers of Tihar ko Diyo

So here’s wishing everybody very Happy Tihar 2017!!

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