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Happy Diwali Wishes For Office Friends

Diwali is the biggest festival for Hindus.This is celebrated on thirteenth day of Krishna Paksha.The festival is celebrated on great fervous and joy.This festival celebrated on so many country.After the vanquishing of King Ravana of Lanka at the hands of Lord Rama and the return of the Suryavanshi King Lord Rama to his Ayodhya. Fables say that originally when the trio had returned to Ayodhya, the people of Ayodhya had lit the entire state with lamps to welcome their Lord’s visit after 14 years exile. It was like a long awaited end to a sad tale and the beginning of a new era of happiness and peace.



Happy Diwali Wishes For Office Friends:

Diwali also known as Deepawali, is celebarted on 30th Oct, 2016, This is an ancient Hindu festival which is celebrated by everyone with lot of zeal. This auspicious festival is known as the festival of lights and is regarded as the victory of evil over darkness. Deepawali or Diwali festival symbolizes the victory of light overt darkness. This festival…

Happy Diwali Wishes For Collage Friends

Diwali is the biggest festival for Hindus.This is celebrated on thirteenth day of Krishna Paksha.The festival is celebrated on great fervous and joy.This festival celebrated on so many country.After the vanquishing of King Ravana of Lanka at the hands of Lord Rama and the return of the Suryavanshi King Lord Rama to his Ayodhya. Fables say that originally when the trio had returned to Ayodhya, the people of Ayodhya had lit the entire state with lamps to welcome their Lord’s visit after 14 years exile. It was like a long awaited end to a sad tale and the beginning of a new era of happiness and peace.


Happy Diwali Wishes For Collage Friends:


Diwali, the festival of lights is celebrated all around the globe. This festival falls on 11th Nov, 2015 and signifies the victory of good over evil. Deepawali, is an ancient Hindu festival which is celebrated by everyone. Diwali is an Sanskrit word which is been derived from Dipa which means light and avail means in a line. Hence, Diwali or Deepawal…