Happy Choti Diwali 2018 Images: Shubh Deepavali Wallpapers, Pictures, Greetings for Naraka Chaturdashi

1
Happy Diwali 2016 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Greetings - Happy Naraka Chaturdashi

Happy Choti Diwali 2018 Images: The 2nd day of the 5-day festival of lights, Deepavali is known as Naraka Chaturdashi or Chhoti Divali. People of Hindu religion celebrate it with complete zest and enthusiasm. It is like pre-deewali celebrations and preparations for the biggest day/night celebrations in the Hindu religion. A Snan (bathing) is very popular on this occasion which is done in the early morning.



On the main day of this festival, i.e., Deepavali, goddess Lakshmi is worshipped mainly. Lakshmi pujan is the most widely popular which is done at every place. At night, the doors are left open to welcome the goddess of wealth, opportunities, and success. Everyone enjoys firing with firecrackers. (check: Diwali 2016 Naraka Chaturdashi puja muhurat, vidhi, time.)

Happy Diwali 2018 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Greetings - Happy Naraka Chaturdashi
Happy Choti Diwali 2018 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Greetings – Happy Naraka Chaturdashi

There are several mythological stories famous for this day. It is also known as the Naraka Niravan Chaturdashi. An Asura (demon) was killed by Krishna and Kali named Narakasura. People use to visit markets in order to purchase new stuff especially the decorating materials to decorate their own houses. Moreover, there come special sales for the occasion. So, folks leave no reason to do shopping at a discounted rate.



Happy Diwali 2018 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Greetings - Happy Naraka Chaturdashi
Happy Choti Diwali 2018 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Greetings – Happy Naraka Chaturdashi

People start making Rangoli for the next and one of the most auspicious days of Hindus. There are many rangoli designs / patterns available in the market or one can use their minds to make a completely original and unique one. These are made to welcome guests especially goddess Lakshmi.

Happy Choti Diwali 2018 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Photos, Pics

Happy Diwali 2018 Wishes, Messages, Quotes, SMS, Greetings, Deepavali WhatsApp Status

This occasion is also known as Bali Partipada at some place in India. With different places, there comes different rituals and customs which the people perform as per their ease and it all depends on their form of culture. Such festivals mark the victory of good over evil.

Happy Diwali 2018 Wishes, Messages, Quotes, SMS, Greetings, Deepavali WhatsApp Status

Happy Diwali 2018 Wishes, Messages, Quotes, SMS, Greetings, Deepavali WhatsApp Status

For celebrating this special day, we have some of the images, and pictures related to this festival. Share them with your loved ones.

Happy Diwali 2018 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Greetings - Happy Naraka Chaturdashi

Happy Diwali 2018 Wishes, Messages, Quotes, SMS, Greetings, Deepavali WhatsApp Status

As of now, this is all about it. Hope you enjoyed this collection of Happy Choti Deepavali 2018┬áImages, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Photos, Pics. Stay tuned for latest Diwali news and stuff. Don’t forget to share.

Happy Diwali 2018 Images, HD Wallpapers, Pictures, Greetings - Happy Naraka Chaturdashi

Happy Diwali 2018 Wishes, Messages, Quotes, SMS, Greetings, Deepavali WhatsApp Status

Happy Diwali 2018 Greetings, Wishes, Quotes, WhatsApp Status, SMS Messages

Happy Diwali Wishes 2018

  1. Sukh sampada aapke jivan mein aaye,
    Laxmi ji aapke ghar mein saamye,
    Bhool kar bhee aap ke jivan main,
    Aage kabhi bhee ek dukh na aaye
  2. May this Diwali be bright for you and your family. May God fulfill all your wishes this Diwali. Happy Diwali!
  3. May Goddess Lakshmi enter your house this Diwali evening and fill it with wealth, good luck and prosperity. Happy Diwali
  4. May the beauty
    Of deepavali season
    Fill your home with
    Happiness,
    And may the coming year
    Provide you with all
    That bring you joy!
  5. With the gleam of lights and echoes of prayers, With the sweetness of sweets and fireworks glare.. Wishing you a jubilant Diwali..

Stay tuned to TheReporterTimes for more.

1 COMMENT

Comments are closed.