Diwali 2016 Best SMS Messages, Images, Pictures

Diwali 2016 Best SMS Messages, Images, Pictures:


Diwali is the festival of lights which is celebrated every year in India by the Hindus for the victory of light over darkness which occurs in the month of October and November.

The Diwali festival falls this year on 29th October 2016 in south India and in North India diwali is to be celebrated on 30th October 2016.

In order to facilitate timely delivery of Diwali mail, Delhi Postal Circle has made special arrangements. For accepting Diwali greetings, separate reception counters have been setup at post offices.

Diwali greetings can be exchanged with loved ones efficiently by Diwali greeting cards. As Diwali is a very important Hindu festival efforts are made to send cards to the near and dear ones and convey the heartfelt wishes for them.


Diwali festival will be celebrated for 5 days according to the lunar Hindu Calendar. The Diwali festival will start in the late Ashvin which comes between the month of September and October and ends in early Kartika which occurs between October and November month.

Diwali decorations in cities and towns in India are more Chinese than Indian.Diwali is a very big festival of India and it is important also because of it is celebrated in memories of ram – ravan war.

Diwali 2016 SMS Messages:
May the Divine Light of Diwali Spread into your Life Peace,
Happiness and Good Health.
Advance Happy Diwali 2016 wishes.

Before The Golden Sun Rise,
let Me Decorate Each Of The Rays
With Wishes Of Success And
Happiness 4 U And 4 Ur Family.
Happy Diwali 2016

Phool ki shuruvat kali se hoti hai,
Zindagi ki shuruvat pyar se hoti hai,
Pyar ki shuruvat apno se hoti hai aur
apno ki shuruvat aapse hoti hai.
Happy Diwali 2016

Is diwali pe humari dua hai ki apka har sapnna pura ho
duniya ke unche mukam apke ho
shoharat ki bulandiyon par naam apka ho!
Wish u a very Happy Diwali 2016!

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