Happy Diwali to ‘Us’ All

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11.11.2015: We are celebrating Diwali today 🙂

“DIWALI” is not just a festival for us, INDIANS; its our way of life. Celebrated in the name of comeback of Lord ‘Rama’ to his home after fourteen years of exile, Diwali also brings special blessings and delightful company of our near and dear ones; It’s a time to remember the ones you haven’t seen or talked to, in-a-while.

Well, I called many many friends and relatives on this auspicious occasion to wish them good and feel really happy and blessed myself. Rightly said, “Happiness multiplies after sharing.”

We, Indians are celebrating the festival of light but I don’t want my non-Indian friends to stay far from the joy and bliss, therefore, here I wish all them a very happy Diwali too,

May the light of these Diwali Diyas (lamps) light up new dreams, Fresh hopes, undiscovered avenues, different perspectives, everything bright and beautiful for you. May these lamps illuminate your life with endless joy, love, prosperity, health, wealth and happiness :).

HAPPY DIWALI

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Posted on November 11, 2015, in Personal and tagged , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 31 Comments.

  1. Wow, thank you so much. Happy Diwali to you too! 😆

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  2. Wishing you a very happy diwali… 🙂

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  3. Happy Diwsli Kaundal. God bless you Gud health , peace and prosperity

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  4. Happy Diwali! One more reason the celebrate…YES!!!!

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  5. Happy Diwali. May it be a wonderful and joyful festival for you. Love Odie

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  6. Your thoughts and wishes will reach all over the world. To be able to send so much joy and positive thoughts so far is more powerful than all the messages of hatred and fear. Wishing you and your family a very happy Diwali.

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  7. Have a grand celebration of life and light! Many blessings to you. xo

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  8. happy diwali. I used to live in Hyderabad and I always enjoyed the celebrations. Now I miss it.

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  9. Happy Diwali! Great post 🙂

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