Diwali Greeting Cards

Diwali or Deepawali is popularly known as the “festival of lights”. It is an important festival in Hinduism, Jainism and Sikhism celebrated for different reasons occurring between mid-Octobers.  Diwali is one of the most important festivals of the Hindus of the year. Diwali is celebrated in families by performing traditional activities together in their homes. Diwali involves the lighting of small mud lamps and distribute sweets and snacks with family members and friends. Deepawali is an important festival and an official holiday in India.  Diwali’s spiritual meaning is “the awareness of the inner light”.

Diwali Greetings

Diwali Greetings

Diwali is celebrated with cheerful fireworks, lights, flowers, sharing of sweets, and worship of Goddess Laxmi and Kali. Diwali is a festival when we join our friends and relatives, greetings and exchange gifts, have fun together, burn sparkles and fireworks, wear new clothes.

Diwali is the biggest Indian and Hindu festival. Diwali is the festival of lights and colours. As we decorate our home with beautiful diyas and rangolis to receive happiness, wish your friends, family and loved ones good. You can send free facebook Diwali wall greeting cards image animations Diwali to facebook friend’s wall greeting cards images animations free.

Diwali Cards

Diwali Cards

Exciting lamps and light effect backgrounds looks good for making beautiful greeting cards. It is the time to send these beautiful diwali greetings and e-cards, animated flash scraps, images to your friends, relatives and loved ones. You can also send those diwali greetings and flash scraps to your friends through email.

Some of the greetings lines from e-cards are listed below:

  1. With the sparkle of diyas and the echo of the chants. May happiness and pleasure fill your life, Best wishes for you and your family?  “Happy Diwali”

  2. May this diwali lights up your life in every possible way and may this help you to brighten up the path you are walking.  “Happy Diwali”…

  3. Wish you a sparking and glowing Diwali. On this Diwali may god shower his blessings and love on you. “Happy Diwali”

  4. I know it’s late… Hoping your Diwali was sparkling and full of fun and frolic. Sending you belated Diwali wishes of joy and happiness. Belated Happy Diwali…

  5. With a hope that you attains success and bliss with every light that is lit on the day of diwali.

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Diwali is recognized as the festival of lights where lamps and lanterns become obligatory. These symbols signify the glory, joy, wealth and prosperity.

Hence, the pictorial symbols of burning diyas, candles, or lamps and bursting crackers are used in Diwali cards. Apart from this, the pictures of gods and goddesses like Lakshmi, the Goddess of wealth is embossed on the greeting cards with interesting patterns and designs. Eye-catching Rangoli designs and pictures of mouth-watering sweets are also a part of Diwali cards.

Diwali Cards :

In order to personalize the cards, the messages of prosperity, happiness and health for the forthcoming year are penned down.

In this Internet driven era, the exchange of greeting cards has become easier and faster. Even if your friend or relative is residing in the other corner of the earth, yet you can convey him your best wishes in a timely manner. Nowadays, there is a trend of sending e-cards. These e-cards are not only replete with animated images but also supplied with musical background. There are a host of sites that offer free e-cards on various occasions and purposes. The e-cards under the category of Diwali cards are available with various options.

Here you can put your name as a sender and give the receiver’s name and thus personalize the e-card. The facilitative thing regarding e-cards is that you are free enough to send one greeting card to many recipients. The Flash and Java technologies have made the e-cards interactive and living as well. The worth-mentioning about these e-cards is the virtual bursting of crackers as well as the virtual Lakshmi pujan.  Thus, the IT technology has made the festival more vibrant, yet cost-effective.

Diwali cards are a part of exchange of wishes. These are the medium to express your heartfelt wishes and gratitude to your loved ones. There are many categories for these cards like cards for friends, relatives, business cards, etc.

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