Over 1 billion people will celebrate Diwali in India this weekend, and the main day of the celebration will be Saturday, November 14.
Although different religions celebrate Diwali for different reasons, the typical traditions of Diwali include placing lamps and oil lamps in the streets and houses, watching fireworks displays, and visiting family members.
Due to the social distancing guidelines in the coronavirus pandemic, this year’s Diwali celebrations may look different, and although the party may be slightly smaller, there are still many ways to celebrate the holiday.
Happy Diwali friends message
If you are celebrating Diwali but cannot visit family and friends this year, then you can send a lot of messages to wish them Happy Diwali-draw inspiration from the Diwali wishes below.
Times of India It is recommended to send one of the following messages for this Diwali to family and friends.
“May this Diwali make your life as colorful as the lights of Diwali. Happiness and joy will always surround you and your family. Happy Diwali!”
“Celebrate victory, defeat the darkness, recognize the moments of ignorance, celebrate the moments of life. May this auspicious moment be filled with happiness, joy and peace, and illuminate your life. Happy Diwali!”
“Thank you for bringing light and prosperity to my life. Happy Diwali!”
Indian Business Insider More information can be sent to relatives.
“May this Diwali bring new hope, bright days and new dreams! Happy Diwali to you and your family!”
“Hope Diwali is an extra special experience for you and your dear ones, and success will always be with you.”
“Let us enjoy all the charm of Diwali, the glow of candles, the warmth of loved ones, the laughter of sharing and the moments that we cherish again and again.”
Oprah Magazine Inspired by celebrity messages over the years, we have other information tips that are great for sending this Diwali.
Vice President-elect Kamala Harris, the first black woman to be elected as the Vice President of the United States, and the first person of South Asian descent to be elected as the Vice President, is sharing Diwali news again this year.
However, the vice-president-elect shared the following Diwali message in 2014: “Wish all happy Diwali, in the celebration of the strength of each of us, to fill up the darkness of Sal Mubarak.”
Priyanka Chopra said in 2018: “Diwali… celebrates the victory of light over darkness, the victory over evil, and knowledge over ignorance. I wish everyone a happy Diwali… Hope you have a good time with your loved ones!”
Sameera Reddy said in 2017: “Happy Diwali to you and your family! May Goddess Laxmi bless us all in good health.”
Self-help master Deepak Chopra said in 2013: “Happy Diwali! May the flame of consciousness light up your path and guide your development.”
Diwali messages from all over the world
Celebrities from India and the diaspora have petitioned social media to wish their followers Happy Diwali, including stars from the entertainment and sports industries and international leaders.
Actor Akhil Akkineni said: “May your life be full of light and prosperity! Dear friends, I wish you and your family happiness and good health. Happy Diwali”
Former cricketer Kapil Dev (Kapil Dev) said in a video posted to Twitter: “Happy Diwali to everyone, I hope this year will bring everyone a lot of happiness. Thank you for your blessings, I am healthy, I am very happy, my heart is very good, but I hope everyone in the world has a lot of love and happiness.”
Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi (Narenda Modi) said: “Diwali, let us also light up a #Salute2Soldiers soldier who fearlessly protects our country. Thanks also to the families of those on the border.”
The publicist Mahesh S Koneru simply said: “Happy Diwali in advance”
International leaders also wish their followers a happy Diwali. For example, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said: “Diwali reminds us that truth, light and kindness will always exist.
“To celebrate this hopeful message and commemorate this important holiday, I participated in a virtual celebration earlier this evening. Happy Diwali to everyone!”
The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall from England said: “On the occasion of Diwali, this brings you my warmest greetings. To those who welcome the New Year, I wish you a happy new year, peace and harmony…”