The time of sending and receiving bright and colourful Diwali images, wishes and greetings as WhatsApp message or SMS has long started. The five-day Hindu festival, Diwali 2017 began with Dhanteras on October 17 followed by Choti Diwali or Narak Chaturdashi the next day. The main Diwali (Badi Diwali) commences on the darkest night o the month, on October 19 (Thursday). The people of the kingdom Ayodhya first celebrated Diwali or Deepavali to mark the return of Lord Rama his home after 14 years of exile and subsequent coronation. Diwali is the time of the year when families come together to worship Goddess Lakshmi and join in other festivities. There is also a lot of enthusiasm amongst people to send lovely Diwali greetings (or Shubhkamnaye in Hindi) on the festival day. The article consists of best Deepavali WhatsApp messages, GIF images, wallpapers and quotes to send Happy Diwali 2017 wishes in Hindi. Diwali 2017 Wishes: Best Deepavali WhatsApp Messages, GIF Images, Facebook Quotes & SMS to Send Happy Diwali Greetings. Also Read - Is it Diwali, Chhath Already? Migrants Face Heartbreaking Queries from Kids About Sudden Home Visit

Diwali in 2017 is coinciding with the 15th day of Kartika, the holiest month in the Hindu lunar calendar. Everything about Diwali is amazing. Be it tasty sweets, beautifully decorated houses, colourful rangoli designs, dazzling fairy lights to glowing oil lamps and candles (minus polluting firecrackers), Diwali lives to the hype of the tag of India’s biggest festival. The electrifying atmosphere of Diwali automatically charges us up with positivity and happiness. Adding more fun to the auspicious occasion, we bring to you a list of heartwarming Diwali messages in Hindi, Deepavali photos and GIFs to send Happy Diwali 2017 wishes. Diwali 2017 Greetings: Messages And Photos To Send Your Friends And Family On the Festival Of Lights. Also Read - Delhi Bursts Crackers to Celebrate Coronavirus Like Diwali After Misunderstanding PM's '9 Baje 9 Minute' Requests - Check Tweets

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WhatsApp Message Reads: Diye Ki Roshni Se Har Andhera Dur Ho Jaye, Dua Hai Ki Jo Chaho Wo Khushi Aapko Manjur Ho Jaye! Diwali Ki Haardik Shubhkaamnayein.

Happy Diwali 2017 wishes in Hindi

WhatsApp Message Reads: Deepavali Ka Yeh Pyara Tyohaar, Jeevan Me Laye Aapke Khushiya Apaar, Lakshmiji Viraaje Aapke Dwar, Shubhkamna Hamari Karein Sweekar! Diwali Ki Bahut Bahut Badhai!

Happy Diwali 2017 wishes in Hindi

WhatsApp Message Reads: Deepon Ka Yeh Tyohaar Laaya Khushiyan Hazaar,  Mubarak Ho Aap Sabko Diwali Ka Tyohaar. Happy Diwali 2017!

Happy Diwali 2017 wishes in Hindi

WhatsApp Message Reads: Yeh Deep Nahi Deepavali Ke, Yeh Deep Hai Us Roshni Ke Jo Hamare Dilo Me Prem, Sohaard Vishwaas Jalaye! Shubh Deepavali 2017!!

Happy Diwali 2017 wishes in Hindi

WhatsApp Message Reads: Roshan Ho Deepak Or Sara Jag Jagmagaaye Liye Sath Sita Maiyya Ko Ram Ji Hain Aaye Har Shehar Yu Lage Mano Ayodhya Ho, Aao Har Dwar Har Gali Har Mod Pe Hum Deep Jalaye. Wishing U Very Happy Diwali 2017.

Happy Diwali 2017 wishes in Hindi

WhatsApp Message Reads: Chalo Aaj Fir Ek Deep Jalaya Jaye, Ruthe Huye Ko Fir Manaya Jaye, Ponch Kar Aankho Me Chipi Udasi Ko, Jakhmo Pe Malham Lagaya Jaye. Pakad Lo Hath Khele Fir Se, Mohalle Ka Chakkar Ek Lagaya Jaye, Bhul Jaye Gile-Shikve Sab Purane, Aao Milkar Ye Tyohar Manaya Jaye, Chalo Aaj Fir Ek Deep Jalaya Jaye, Wish You A Very Happy Diwali.

Happy Diwali 2017 wishes in Hindi

WhatsApp Message Reads: Jyot Se Jyot Jalate Huye Chalo.., Pyar Ki Ganga Bahate Huye Chalo, Raah Me Aaye Jo Bhi Deen Dukhi, Sabhi Ko Gale Se Lagate Huye Chalo, Happy Deepawali To All Of You.

Happy Diwali 2017 wishes in Hindi

WhatsApp Message Reads: Aapke Yaha Daulat Ki Barish Ho, Mata Laxmi Ji Ka Vaas Ho, Dukho Ka Puri Tarah Se Naas Ho, Sabhi Ke Dilo Par Aapka Raaz Ho, Safalta Ka Sar Par Taaz Ho, Wish You A Happy Diwali 2017.

Not just in Hinduism, Diwali celebrations hold a significant place in Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism as well. Jains rever Lord Mahavira, a worshipped ascetic who reformed the faith, reaching a state of nirvana after his death. Meanwhile, Sikhs celebrate Diwali as it marks the anniversary Guru Hargobind, the sixth of ten Gurus’ release from prison in 1619. For Buddhists, the day is important as on this day Emperor Ashoka gave up everything to follow the path of spirituality and Dharma. It is celebrated as Ashok Vijayadashami. We wish everyone celebrating the great festival, a very Happy and Prosperous Diwali 2017.