Diwali 2018: Top 5 Wallpapers / Photos of Diwali Wishing Ecards

Diwali 2018: Top 5 Wallpapers / Photos of Diwali Wishing Ecards

Diwali is the Hindu festival, known as the festival of lights. Diwali is also called Deepawali or Tihar in Nepal. It is celebrated for 5 days. Diwali / Deepawali / Tihar is incomplete without sending Diwali wishes ecard to your beloved ones. Diwali / Deepawali / Tihar starts with Kaag puja and ends with Bhai Tika in Nepal. But in India, Diwali starts with Dhanterus and ends with Laxmi PujaLaxmi Puja is the main day of Tihar festival of all Hindus. It is the 3rd day of Tihar. In this day, Goddess Laxmi is respected and worshiped. Goddess Laxmi is supposed as the Goddess of wealth. These photos are not owned by imnepal.com. Thanks for the image.

Diwali 2018: Top 5 Wallpapers / Photos of Diwali Wishing Ecards

Pleasure towards self and compassion towards others. With these two wings, you can touch the sky of life. Happy Diwali.

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May Mata Saraswati gives you the knowledge of where you are and where you’re going. So you can make your decisions about what to do and how to do it.

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Diwali is a wonderful festival to spend in the circle of your family and friends, make impressions for the whole year.

Gobardhan puja is marked as the day of the new year for the newar community. You don’t have to be newar. Be Nepali. Mark this Diwali as the beginning of a new year for you. Make this Diwali as an opportunity for you to write the most beautiful chapter of your life.

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Free yourself from everything that hurts you. Embrace only the things which make you happy and bright. Happy Diwali.

I want to thank all those who have bright the smile on my face this year. I also want to thank all those who hurt me and motivating me to better myself and bring about the change in my attitude and behavior. Happy Diwali to all.

May this Diwali place you in the position where people give your example when they have to describe what success is.

May God give you strength to accept the things you can’t change, the courage to change the things you can, and the wisdom to know the difference.

May this Diwali Light up new dreams, fresh hopes, undiscovered avenues, different perspectives, everything bright & beautiful and fill your days with pleasant surprises and moments.

Diwali is also the beginning of a new year. Begin this year with a smile, calmness of mind, the coolness of emotions and a heart filled with gratitude. Happy festival of lights and happiness.

Start your Diwali celebration with a thought that some wonderful things will happen for you this whole year. Goddess Laxmi will surely grant you the opportunity you’re looking for.

A smile is a way of writing your thoughts on your face, telling others that they are accepted, liked and appreciated. So with a very happy Diwali to everyone with your big happy smile.

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Diwali gives us hope to have another start of what we call life.

This Diwali I pray for your heart free from all the sadness. I pray for your mind free of all the worries. I pray for your life full of delight and joy. I pray for you a healthy body free of all sickness. I pray for all the blessings God has to give to you.

When someone wishes for a happy Diwali. It means they are remembering you in their happy occasion. It means they love you. It means they want to resolve the issues resume the friendship.

May good luck and fate be your best friend from this Diwali.

Screw the luck this Diwali. Stand up and take the things on your own hand and do them by your wit and wisdom.

Goddess Laxmi does give us luck which can neither be good or bad. It’s either the blessings or the lessons she gives.

May you have lots of luck and original ideas on this Diwali.

May God Ganesha gives you the ability to answer when opportunity knocks at your door.

May good luck be your friend in whatever you do and may trouble to be always a stranger to you. Happy Diwali to you and your family and neighbor.

Wherever you go and whatever you do. May sunny days and happy times follow you. May Goddess Laxmi and Ganesha reside in your home.

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May you become proud not only for your family but also for your nation. Best wishes to you on this Diwali.

May your pockets are heavy and your heart is light. May good luck pursue you each day for this whole year.

When you feel unlucky and less destined. Think what goddess Laxmi has given you. You are alive. You are healthy. You are wise. You are celebrating this Diwali with your family. You’re enjoying this festive season with your friends.

The Rangoli we make on this day welcome blessings, wisdom and wealth in our home and mind.

We clean the whole house. We paint our offices. We want to welcome the prosperity and blessings of God for the pure soul. May this year Diwali, we not only clean our houses but also our heart and mind.

God had given us the pure air, beautiful natural earth, and pure water and soil. But we have polluted without activities. Let’s not only clean our house but also our society, our nation, and the whole planet. Only one small step is necessary to begin the revolution.

With the exchange of sweets and gifts on this Diwali. May we also exchange the love and friendliness. May we end the animosity and awake the slept humanity.

Bhaitika we celebrate on Diwali strengthens the relationships and responsibilities of the brothers and sisters.

May this Diwali brings you intelligence, health, wealth, peace and prosperity to you and your family.

Diwali teaches us to love animals. Diwali teach is to love each other and our property. Diwali teaches us to spread love in society. Let’s celebrate the true Diwali by accepting and learning all these lessons. And implementing these lessons in our day to day life.

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  5. Tihar 2075, Deepawali 2018 Bhai Tika
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  10. Kukur Puja in Tihar Festival of Nepal

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