Diwali Wishes and Messages: Diwali is the biggest festival for the Hindus. It is the celebration of light. In other words, Diwali is the celebration of the victory of light over the darkness. It’s the victory of good over evil. Hindu people, all over the world celebrate this beautiful night by lighting up candles and doing a lot of fireworks. The sky becomes so bright with thousands of fire rockets. This night is so colorful as everyone decorates their houses and neighborhoods with Diyas and Rangolis. You should make a Diwali wish for your friends, family members, relatives or someone special by sending as a text or in a Diwali greeting card message. The joyous celebration of this divine festival will be multiplied if beautiful Diwali messages or wishes greetings are shared.
Happy Diwali Wishes
Wishing this Diwali brings you all kinds of prosperity in your life. May God bless you with sound health and joyous moments. Happy Diwali.
This Diwali, I wish everything that you wish for comes true. I hope you get blessed with all the happiness of the world. Happy Diwali.
Hope all the lights of this year’s Diwali enter through the darkest of rooms and bring the brightest of light into your life. I hope you achieve all your dreams. Happy Diwali!
In the festive of lights, I wish your life becomes joyful and luminous as the lights flickering on the lamps. Happy Diwali! Eat lots of sweets and have fun with fireworks and crackers.
May this auspicious occasion brighten up your life with happiness, joy, and peace. Happy Diwali. Enjoy this beautiful festive to your fullest.
In this festival of lights, I pray all your blessings and happiness get multiplied by God. Have a safe and sound Diwali. Happy Diwali.
May the light of Diwali enters your life and brings you prosperity and joy. Happy Diwali. Enjoy this festival by playing with crackers and eating tons of sweet.
In this festival of light, I wish all the brightness and happiness for you. May Goddess bless you with every happy bit of the world. Happy Diwali.
Happy Diwali Messages
Let the celebration of this Diwali bring endless joy to your life. May you have a wonderful year ahead full of new success and achievements!
May the light of million fireworks enlighten your way for the rest of your life. Light up the candles and let the divine celebration begin!
Let the colors of this holy night decorate your life with peace, prosperity and success. I wish you an unforgettable Diwali this year!
May the brightness of Diyas enlighten your world with endless hopes and inspiration. May this Diwali bring good health and good times for you and your family!
Let yourself be seeped away by the joy this divine festival has brought once again. Forget your problems for they will vanish before the happiness of this Diwali!
Light up your world with the brightness of a thousand Diyas. Be overwhelmed by the eternal blessings this Diwali has brought for all of us!
Diwali Wishes for Someone Special
I wish this Diwali be full of fun and good memories for you. May this divine occasion sweeten your life just like you have sweetened my life with your beautiful presence.
This wonderful night of Diwali has become more elegant because you are in my life. May the divine power grant us many more Diwali to light the candles together!
Diyas, Sweets and you are the perfect combination of a wonderful Diwali for me. I hope you having a good time. I am thinking of you in this Diwali!
My eyes see a thousand Diyas lighting up the world in this beautiful night. But my mind knows the brightest Diya that lights up my life every day is you!
This joyous celebration of Deepavali is incomplete without wishing you a colorful celebration at first. May this divine joy equally touch the most beautiful soul I have ever known!
May the divine beauty of this night overwhelm your life with love, happiness and bliss. May this Diwali be the beginning of a wonderful year ahead in your life!
In this celebration of Deepavali, sending you all my warmth of love sweetheart. Wish you a happy and prosperous Diwali, sweetheart.
On this beautiful occasion of Diwali, I wish for new opportunities, new hopes and new kinds of happiness for you. I love you so much. Happy Diwali.
You light up my world like all these lamps of Diwali. I love you so much. Happy Diwali, may God bless you with an ounce of happiness.
May the light of Deepavali fills your heart with joy and happiness, helps you to conquer the world and be a better human being. Happy Diwali to you, my love.
Funny Diwali Wishes for Friends
Let the sounds of fireworks make this night sleepless for our neighbors. Let’s light up the world and let our parents worry about the electricity bill!
I wish you a wonderful Diwali this year. Be prepared to empty your pocket because the children gang is coming to ask money for fireworks.
A thousand candles may light up your world this night but they won’t light up your stupid self. The sooner you realize this truth, the better. Happy Diwali!
In this Diwali, eat as much sweet as you can but don’t forget to brush your teeth twice a day! And of course, don’t get yourself a diabetic!
I wish you will earn more money from the elders than the money you have to give away to the youngers for buying fireworks. Have a good time!
Finally, the night has come when you can do nonsense all night long and disrupt everyone’s sleep but no one will a say a word for this. Diwali is great.
Wishing you and your family a bombastic Diwali. I hope you will lose in the fireworks battle! Have a happy and safe Diwali, friend.
May this Diwali burns all the bad times and things for you and helps you to enter in good time. Have a happy Diwali, mate.
Life with you is like Diwali all year long! So, let’s celebrate our lives together and continue to have fun. Have a safe and happy Diwali my dear friend.
May this Diwali add new colors to your life and bring lights into your life. I am always here for you my friend remember that. Happy Diwali.
Happy Diwali Messages for Family
Wishing a happy Diwali for every member of my wonderful family. May God keep us bonded together under one roof forever. May she keep us all happy!
Nothing is more satisfying than a Diwali night spent in presence of all the favorite faces in your life. I’m grateful for having you in my life. Happy Diwali!
Diwali is the most wonderful occasion for reuniting with the closed one in life. Every Diwali is an occasion for making new memories with you all!
May the happiness of this beautiful holy night remain the same for the rest of the year. May all of us become blessed by the divine power of God!
May this Diwali bring prosperity, wealth and success for each one of our family. Wishing you all a great time in this holy night. Happy Diwali!
I feel thankful for belonging in such an amazing family. You have made every Diwali in my life a special one. Let’s make this one special for you too!
May this Diwali become the brightest of celebrations that you ever had! I love you so much just wanted to let you know on this auspicious day. Happy Diwali!
Wishing you a wonderful and sparkling Diwali! May you get blessed with more smiles this year and enjoy your life to the fullest. Happy Deepawali.
I pray that God shower you with all his choicest blessings and fulfill all your wishes and desires. Warm wishes for you in this auspicious festival of light.
May the divine and beautiful lights of Diwali lamps illuminate and brighten up your life with nothing but success, peace, and prosperity. Happy Diwali.
Among the largest firework display and beautiful display of lamps and rangoli, Diwali isn’t complete with your loved ones. Whether you are there with them in person or not, wishing your dear ones a happy Diwali will convey your love and regards you hold for them. Even though food plays a central role along with crackers in the modern era, if you don’t wish your beloved ones on this beautiful festival, the Deepawali will not feel like it, trust me. So, don’t hesitate to tell them how lucky you are to cross paths with them in this lifetime and how much you love them with all your heart. Have a great Diwali with your family and friends. May your Diwali get as spectacular as it was for on the return of Lord Ram and his wife Seta.