deepavali whatsapp and facebook status


So, the brightest festival is around the corner of the year and I know every Indian is excited about it whether he be in any part of the world. Deepavali - the 'festival of lights' . Deepavali is celebrated on the 'new moon day' in the month of Kartik which falls in October/ November. As per the Hindu calendar, the day is also termed 'Krishna Chaturdashi. Deepavali marks the most auspicious day when the bond of family and relatives gets stronger. On the auspicious day hindus worship lord Ganesh and goddess Laxmi.
Deepavali is celebrated with cracker and lots of sweets and every Indian be that of any religion celebrate this festival which is a true mark that this is something which is awaited by the whole country. This festival is considered to be as Brightest Festival. Because on this day Every Human being who truly believe in the myths and facts behind ” the Festival of Lights – Deepavali ” celebrate it by playing , loving and caring with lights.
And so do we need to wish our friends and family with all the whatsapp and facebook status and here we are with a lot of status so that you can use them and wish everyone.

1.
” A true and caring relation doesn’t have to speak loud,
a soft sms is just enough to express the heartiest feelings.
Enjoy the festival of Deepavali with lots of fun. ”

2.
Let’s overcome the darkness and celebrate the victory of the good over the evil
with the light of our Diyas, with good faith, our prayers to Lakshmi and Ganesh,
our offerings to Gods and Goddesses, with the joyful happiness and warmth of our hearts,
our families and beloved ones.
Remember that Deepavali is what we make it!
So let’s make Deepavali 2015 an unforgettable one!

3.
It Is Time To Feel Good,
Time 4 Reunion,
Time 2 Share Happiness,
Time To Feel Being Loved,
Time 2 Show Ur Love,
Time 2 Live For Others And
Time To Wish For Peace.
HAPPY SHUBH DEEPAVALI.

4.
Light a lamp of love!
Blast a chain of sorrow!
Shoot a rocket of prosperity!
Fire a flowerpot of happiness!
” Amazing Latest and New English Shubh Deepawali Status, wishes, quotes for your Love “
5.
TELL ME THE DIFFERNCE
“DEEPAVALI” AS “ALI”
“RAMZAN” AS “RAM”
TELL ME THE DIFFERNCE
WHO IS HINDU WHO IS MUSALMAN

6.
For this, is a special time when family
And friends get together,for fun.
Wishing laughter and fun to cheer your days,
In this festive season of deepavali and always!!!!!!!!
7.                              
खुशियाँ हों overflow,मस्ती कभी न हों low,
दोस्ती का सरुर छाया रहे, ऐसा आये आपके लिए दिवाली का त्यौहार
8.
दीवाली के इस मंगल अवसर पर ,आप सभी की मनोकामना पूरी हों,
खुशियाँ आपके कदम चूमे ,इसी कामना के साथ आप सभी को दिवाली की ढेरों बधाई

9.
है रौशनी का त्यौहार, लाये हर चेहरे पर मुस्कान,सुख और समृधि की बहार ,समेट लो सारी खुशियाँ,
अपनों का साथ और प्यार..इस पावन अवसर पर आप सभी को दीवाली का प्यार..
” Bahut Bahit Badhaai Ho Apko Is Deepawali Ke Shubh Awasar Par “

10.
SHER Chup Ker SHIKAR Nahi Kerte,
Apne Kabhi Khul Kr “VAR” Nahi Kerte,
“HUM” Wo “King Hain” Jo Happy Deepavali Kehne Ke Liye
11 November Ka “INTEZAR” Nahi Kerte.
Happy DEEPAVALI Funny Jokes…!!!

11.
On this Deepavali festival, may you be blessed with
Hrithik’s six pack body;
Salman’s perennial youth;
Saif’s eye for freshness;
Shah Rukh’s sense of humour;
Aamir’s dedication for excellence;
And Amitabh’s continuous rising success!

12.
May this  Deepavali  give you popularity of Windows,
Features of Linux, Independence of JAVA, ease of Visual Basic,
and Power of Unix!

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forward kr dena.Sabko deepavali ki mithai deni hai .Happy Deepavali !!
” This is Amazing one – Funny Sweets Chocolates wishes on happy deepavali 2015 in Hindi ”
So here was the best mentioned and selected Happy Deepavali 2015 Funny Jokes, Status to share it with your friends, if you are really liked funny happy deepawali jokes, quotes, wishes and status then do share it with your friends on facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram and Google +.
Wishinh you a very very Shubh Deepawali. Play It Safe ! and very Eco Friendly Happy Deepavali 2015to You !

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Happy Deepavali 2015 sms, Messages, Jokes


The victory of good (god) over evil. Light the lanterns, decorate your house, wear new clothes, burn a little bit crackers and enjoy Deepavali.deepavali is a festival which brings lights and love to our life. All over the world this festival is celebrated and not only by hindus but people of other religion also celebrate this.  And a lot of lighting is done, crackers are there and offcourse sweets.
On this day we obviously want to want everyone with those new messgaes and greeting and share our love and importance of this festival with all.

In this we will share of the sms which you could send to your relatives, friends or even collegues to wish this auspicious festival.
1. This deepavali tumko mile
Rathore ki Aim
Film stars ka Fame
Game show ka Jackpot
Hit film mein ek spot
Jadoo ki chhari
lots of crackers aur phuljhari
sab ka dher saara pyar aur dosti
and lots n lots of fun n masti
Wishing u a very HAPPY DEEPAVALI 2015!

2. Apke aur apke privar ko deepawali ki hardik
subhkamnayen yeh deepawali apke privar main
dher sari khushian laye
Happy Deepavali 2015

3. Might goddess Laxmi satisfy your whole desires

on the favorable ocassion of DEEPAWALI-2014.

Haapy Deepavali to You All.

4. Might the Divine Light of Deepavali

Spread into your Life Peace, Prosperity,

Bliss and Good Health.

5. A genuine and minding connection doesn't need to talk noisy,

a delicate sms is simply enough to express the heartiest sentiments.

Appreciate the celebration of Deepavali with bunches of fun.

6. O Ram! The light of lights, the self-luminous inner light of the Self is ever shining steadily in the chamber of your heart. Sit quietly. Close your eyes. Withdraw the senses. Fix the mind on this supreme light and enjoy the real Deepavali, by attaining illumination of the soul.Happy Deepavali 2015

7.This is to formally declare that
I have begun tolerating Deepavali 2015 blessings
With Cash, Checks & Credit Card and so on
Dodge a day ago surge. Send Now. Happy Deepavali 2015




Hope you have finally have the sms and wishes to go ahead and wish your near and dear ones , so just copy them and wish everyone , but stay connected more updates are soon to come.

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{Deepavali} Images, Hd, Wallpapers, Cover Pictures


Deepavali is one of the major festival of hindus or rather Indians which last for 5 days. One of the most important festival which brings lots of lights, luck and wealth to the family. It starts from  the 13th day of the dark half of the lunar month Ashvina to the second day of the light half of Karttika.
The name is derived from the Sanskrit term dipavali, meaning “row of lights,” which are lit on the new-moon night to celebrate the presence of Lakshmi, the goddess of wealth. In Bengal, however, the goddess Kali is worshiped, and in north India the festival also celebrates the return of Rama, Sita, Lakshmana, and Hanuman to the city of Ayodhya, where Rama’s rule would commence. He lived in forest for 14 years that too as a punishement.
During this festival small diyas are filled with oil and placed everywhere so that everything could be brightened. lights are put on the houses, rangolis made, houses are decorated with flowers and all other stuff. Over all it is the most awaited festival of the year. everyone wears new clothes , sweets are made and everthing is made to look just beautiful.
But on this bright festival we even need to brighten our phones or laptop desktop with all the images and wallpaper so that even they shine bright and we even want to send some of the iamges to the friends to wish them and to let them know tht we wish them. So here are some images and wallpapers which you could copy and use where ever you want to.












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Happy Deepavali Quotes, Shyari, greetings


Deepavali is the most celebrated Indian festival. Not only it marks the returns of Lord Rama to Ayodhya but also is considered lucky,wonderfull and most auspicious occasion. Diwali 2015 falls on 11 November 2015.
Deepavali is celebrated on a nation-wide scale on Amavasya - the 15th day of the dark fortnight of the Hindu month of Ashwin, (October/November) every year. It shows that age-old culture of India which teaches us that no matter how evil things are going eventually they will end and your life will turn into better tomorrow and too colourfull and very bright. Deepavali, the festival of lights even to-day in this modern world projects the rich and glorious past of India.
Deepavali will be celebrated on 11th of november this year and this year also it is also one of the best days and will be lightened as every year. the houses are cleaned and lights are put two three days before the deepavali. And this festival does not only last till the day of deepavali but also for three four days after the main day.
So, we need to wish and off course we even should wish our friends and relatives so here are some shayari, greetings and quotes













1)

May this festival of lights,
Illuminate your ways and,
Make you life full of happiness
Progress, joy and prosperity.

Happy Diwali Friends 



2)

A festival full of joy,
Mouth full of chocolates,
Sky full of crackers,
And hearts full of love.

Happy Diwali 2015



3)

Health, success and a journey
Towards the never ending light.
May this festival
Full your mind with peace.

Happy Diwali 



4)

May a million lamps brighten and
Enlighten ur life with everlasting
Joy,health,wealth, prosperity & peace.
Wish you a very “Happy Diwali”



5)

Wishing good health, more wealth,
Quiet peace, big fame, deep love,
Sweet feelings, true dreams and
Best regards in your life…

Happy Diwali



6)

Fortunate is the one who has
Learned to Admire, but not to envy.
Good Wishes for a joyous Diwali
With a plenty of Peace and Prosperity.

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Deepavali Quotes in English, Hindi, Urdu 2015



One of the most significant festivals in Indian culture, Deepavali, the festival of lights, sees millions of firework displays, prayers and celebratory events across the world every November and October.
The festival is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains for a variety of reasons, although the main theme which runs throughout is the triumph of light over darkness and good over evil.And not only these religion but almost everyone around the country celebrate this special and important festival

To celebrate, houses are decorated with candles and colourful lights and huge firework displays are held while families feast and share gifts. Sweets are made and distributed among everyone.
Deepavali or Deepawali means a row or collection of lamps. A few days before Deepavali, houses, buildings, shops and temples are thoroughly cleaned, white-washed and decorated with pictures, toys and flowers. They look as beautiful as a newly, wedded girl. Beautiful pictures are hung on the walls and everything looks beautiful. On the Deepavali day, people put on rnew clothes and move about in a celebration mood. People exchange greetings and gifts or sweets on this day. Deepavali is a big occasion for celebration and we should always play it safe. We get a lot of fun and pleasure while burning candles and crackers.
And so on this day we even want to wish our near and dear ones with quotes and messages about this festival. I know even you people would want to wish everyone so here we are with some of the amaing quotes so just grab these quotes copy them and wish everyone.

Laxmi aayegi itni ki sab jagah Naam hoga,
Din raat vyapar bade itna adhik kaam hoga,
Ghar Pariwar samaj me banoge Sartaj, Yehi Kamna hai hamari aap ke liye
Deepavali ki Dhero Shubh Kamanaye…

Safalta Kadam Chumti rahe,
Khushi Aaspas ghumti rahe,
Yash Itna faile ki kasturi sharma jaye,
Laxmi ki kripa itni ho ki Balaji bhi dekhte rah jaye,
Happy Deepavali!


Ek Dua Mangte hai hum apne Bhagwan se…
Chahte hai Aapki Khushi Pure imaan se,
Sab Hasratein Puri Ho Aapki,
Aur Aap Muskaraye Dil-o-Jaan se!!
Happy Deepavali

Apun wishing u a wonderful,
super-duper, zabardast,
xtra-badhiya, xtra special ekdum mast n dhinchak,
bole to ekdum Jhakaas “HAPPY Deepavali”

Khushian ho overflow,
masti kabhi na ho low,
dosti ka surur chaya rahe,
dhan aur shorat ki ho bauchar,
aisa aaye aapke liye DEEPAVALI KA TYOHAR

Sabhko Deepavali ki shubh kaamnaye,
Hum dete hai aapko lakho duaye,
Naya varsh ho purane jaisa yaadgar,
Aap sabko mile apni khushiyon ka sansar.
Laxmi Aayegi Itni Ki Sab Jagah Naam Hoga,
Din Raat Vyapar Bade Itna Adhik Kaam Hoga,
Ghar Pariwar Samaj Me Banoge Sartaj,
Yehi Kamna Hai Hamari Aap Ke Liye
Deepavali Ki Dhero Shubh Kamanaye.
  Is deepavali pe humari dua hai ki apka har sapnna pura ho,
duniya ke unche mukam apke ho,
shoharat ki bulandiyon par naam apka ho,
Wish you very Happy Deepavali.
Makki ki Roti, Nimbu ka Aachar,
Suraj Ki Kirne, Khushiyo ki Bahar,
Chand Ki Chandi, Apno ka Pyar,
Mubarak Ho Aapko, Deepavali ka Tyohar.
Wish You Happy Deepavali.
5.  I Pray to God to give You:-
Shanti,
Shakti,
Sampati,
Swarup,
Saiyam,
Saadgi,
Safalta,
Samridhi,
Sanskar,
Swaasth,
Sanmaan,
Saraswati,
aur SNEH,
Happy Deepavali.
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Deepavali Greetings | Deepavali Greeting Wishes

Deepavali is the five-day festival of lights, celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world. The festival, which coincides with the Hindu New Year, celebrates new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. The actual day of Deepavali is traditionally celebrated on the festival's third day, which this year falls on November 11. The festival usually falls between the middle of October and the middle of November, although this is decided upon by the Hindu lunar calendar. While each religion has its own reason to celebrate the festival, one of the most popular stories told is the legend of Lord Rama and his wife Sita returning to their kingdom in northern India from punishment after defeating the evil king Ravanna. This is the main reason why it is the most popular festival. The victory of good over bad signifies that no matter how hardships come but truth and good people always steal the show. So you don’t need to be dishearten if you lose because at the end of the day if you are correct you will definitely win.
Whatever may be the fables and legends behind the celebrations of Deepavali, all people exchange sweets, wear new clothes and buy jewelry at this festive time. Card parties are held in many homes. On this day everyone buys sweets anf crackers so celebrate this festival with more lights and sweet.. However, in all this  shopping and eating, the steady, burning lamp is a constant symbol of an brightness and prosperity.
So here are some of the greeting which you could copy and send. Stay tunned for more updates




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Happy Deepavali in India, USA, UK, Canada 2015

Deepavali is also known as the festival of lights.It brings a lot of love, luck and success into our lives. Deepavali is an important festival of the Hindus. It is a five day long festival that starts on Dhanteras and ends on Bhai dooj. It is held on the fifteenth day of Kartik month, which comes around October November of each year.
Peperations of Deepavali are started a long before the festival. People clean their houses before Deepavali. In the night people lighten their houses with rows of small earthen lamps also known as “diyas”. In big towns people illuminate their houses with electric bulbs and also earthen lamps. It is the belief of some people that on the night of the Deepavali, Goddess Lakshmi, who is the goddess of wealth, pays a visit to each house. She showers her blessings on the houses which are neat and clean and turns her face against dirty houses. In the night people perform the Puja of the goddess Laxmi and lord Ganesha and distribute sweets. In Bengal, Kali Puja is performed on the night of the Deepavali. Everyperson of the country perform this function.

Deepavali is not only celebrated in India but it is the festival which is widely celebrated around the world whether it be USA,UK or Canada. As we know that Indians are every where so they always make it a point that they celebrate this festival with the same enthusiasm as they celebrate in India. We have Indian Association everywhere in the world and a lot of pre preparation’s are done so that people don’t feel alienated and would be able to celebrate this festival. Big parties are organized everywhere so that Indians could enjoy. And as same in India even houses there are lightened and sweets are made. We are sharing some picture of 2014 deepavali in , USA,UK and Canada.





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