Happy Naraka Chaturdashi (Choti Diwali) 2017 Wishes: Quotes and WhatsApp Status To Share on Deepavali Greetings

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Happy Choti Diwali 2017 Wishes, Quotes, SMS Messages, WhatsApp Status, Greetings: The festival of lights, Deepavali started with Dhanteras (the first day of Divali). The second one is known as Naraka Chaturdashi or Chhoti Diwali to be celebrated on 19th October 2017.



It is celebrated on the 14th day of the month of Kartik in Krishna Paksha. People following Hinduism observes it with great fervor and enthusiasm. It is considered to be a vital day as devotees believe who performs rituals doesn’t go to the Hell after the death. ‘Naraka’ stands for Narak (Hell) and the ‘Chaturdashi’ means the fourteenth.

Happy Choti Diwali 2017 Wishes, Quotes, SMS Messages, WhatsApp Status, Greetings

People usually worship Mahakali, a form of Goddess Shakti for the whole day. One mythological story says that Goddess Kali killed Narakasura, the ruler of Pragjyotishpur. He used to be a polygamous man who used to abduct women and keep them in his harem.

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Once Lord Indra defeated him in the battle and snatched his earrings. Also, Bhumi (Goddess of Earth) punished him for all of his terrible things he did in his lifetime.

One more story is famous regarding this event. Satyabhama who was the second wife of Lord Krishna got to know about the demon Naraksura and decided to punish him herself. Thus, she asked for powers and then, she defeated and beheaded him. She also freed all the women kept in his harem.

Thus, this day is also related to the victory of good over evil. Thus, Chhoti Diwali is an important one during the Diwali festival.

Happy Choti Diwali 2017 Wishes, Quotes, SMS Messages, WhatsApp Status, Greetings

Happy Choti Diwali 2017 Wishes, Quotes, SMS Messages, WhatsApp Status, Greetings

Ubtan or Oil bath is also popular on this auspicious occasion. People take a bath before the sun rises in the sky. Moreover, they offer prayers and puja and ask the God and Goddess to shower their blessings on them.

Like other festivals, this too has its traditional delicacies. Poha is extremely famous because of the festival being celebrated during the Harvest season.

Women use to put kajal into the eyes of their children as they of the favor that it will protect them from any Buri Nazar or so. Also, people take a bath with a pleasant powder and gram flour. In the evening, people light diyas and cook something special/traditional like vermicelli and sweet rice. Moreover, public offer Nivet and wake up early than usual.

Happy Choti Diwali 2017 Wishes, Quotes, SMS Messages, WhatsApp Status, Greetings

Happy Choti Diwali 2017 Wishes, Quotes, SMS Messages, WhatsApp Status, Greetings

The triumph of good over malice
The festival of mettle as well
May this Kali Chaudas Day bring
Only the best for you.
Have a bubbly day and appreciate the festival of Deepavali…

The triumph of good over deviousness
The festival of boldness also
May this Narak Chaturdashi bring
Just the best for you.
Have a happy day.

Phoolkishuruvat …kali se hotihai,
###Zindagikishuruvatpyar se hotihai,
Pyarkishuruvat __apno se hotihaiaur
apnokishuruvat !!!aapsehotihai.
Wish you a Happy Diwali wishes

Happy Choti Diwali 2017 Wishes, Quotes, SMS Messages, WhatsApp Status, Greetings

Happy Choti Diwali 2017 Wishes, Quotes, SMS Messages, WhatsApp Status, Greetings

Enjoying the party brimming with enthusiasm and energy. A day before Diwali festivities with mystical firecrackers and lighting. Wishing you bliss and success.

Deepavali Naam Hai Khushioo Ka,
Ujalon Ka, Laxmi Ka,
Is Diwali Aapki Jindagi
Khushio Se Bhari Hoo, Apki Duniya
Ujalo Se Roshan Hoo, Ghar Par Maa
Laxmi Ka Aagman Hoo. Happy Choti Diwali…!

Deepak ka prakash har pal aapke
jivan me ek nayi roshni de,
Bas yehi shubhkamna hai hamari
aapke liye diwali ke is paawan avsar par,
Happy diwali 2017!

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