Happy Diwali Greetings 2017– Diwali is the time when families and friends reunite together to celebrate the day with grandeur. It is time for celebrating the triumph of good over evil and restore peace. According to legends, on this day Puroshuttom Lord Rama came back to Ajodhya with his brother Lakshmana and wife Sita after 14 years of exile. People celebrate the day by decorating their houses with lamps and rangolis and exchanging gifts and greeting. Happy Diwali 2017 Greetings are way too important even than exchanging gifts and serving your guests with delicacies.
Selecting the category of greetings
Today smartphones have replaced the trend of greeting your friends or family with cards. Now you can send Diwali greetings to your friends and family just at a click. SMS, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter and a lot more have offered you a platform for easy and discretion free communication. But when sending greetings to your near and dear ones, you need to remember the age group to which they belong. There are a lot of messages available over the internet to help you meet your search but it is you who needs to remember the category of message you want to send to your parents, siblings, colleagues and friends. Diwali 2016 Gift
Happy Diwali Greetings
While earlier people used to celebrate Diwali by just lighting candle sand diyas, today with technological advancement, the celebration trend has also changed. Living in this present era, people can’t imagine celebrating Diwali without burning firecrackers.
But while it boosts the fun of Diwali celebration, on the other hand it affects the environment creating air pollution. If you are too concerned about the well-being of the environment, you can send eco-friendly Happy Diwali Greetings to your contacts to make a unique wish. Also the same makes the receiver aware of the problems Mother Earth is facing to cater the needs of her children’s enjoyment.
History associated with Diwali
Diwali in India is a 5 day long festival. The first day is known as Dhanteras and is celebrated by buying gold or silver and steel utensils. This day is also considered best for any financial undertakings. It is followed by Bhootchaturdasi, which is celebrated for the victory of Lord Krishna and Satyabama, his wife, over demon Narakasura. Hence it is also known as Narakachaturdasi. The third day happens to baAmavasya when people worship Goddess of wealth Laskmi. The fourth and the fifth day are observed as BhaiDhooj. On this day, sisters welcome their brothers to their home and pray for their wellbeing.
Make your loved ones feel special sending Diwali greetings
Now as you enjoy these 5 days with grandeur, it is also important to share your happiness with your friends and family and this can be best done through greetings. But while you send greetings, make sure the same is crisp and short. Long message are often overlooked because these days people have no time to sit and go through the entire text. Also make sure that you wish well on time and make your loved ones feel special because a simple wish can bring that hundred dollars smile on someone’s face. Wishing you and your dear ones a very happy and prosperous Diwali!