Diwali 2020: How to wish someone a happy Diwali during ‘festival of lights’

Diwali is celebrated by millions of Hindus, Sikhs and Jains across the world. The festival, which for some also coincides with harvest and New Year celebrations, commemorates new beginnings and the triumph of good over evil, and light over darkness. In 2020, Diwali takes place on November 12 and goes on for five days, with the main day of celebrations taking place on Saturday, November 14.

How to wish someone a Happy Diwali

The most simple way to wish someone a happy day of celebration is to simply say Happy Diwali.

There are a number of other, more lengthy and heartfelt ways to wish a Happy Diwali.

“This Diwali let us give thanks for all we hold dear. Our health, our family, our friends and to the grace of God which never ends. Happy Diwali!”

“May these fireworks burn away all our troubles, problems and sorrows, and may these light up our life with happiness, joy, and peace this wonderful Diwali.”

“Let’s celebrate the festival in the true sense by spreading joy and light up the world of others. Have a happy, safe, and blessed Diwali!”

“May the beauty of a Deepavali season fill your home with happiness, and may the coming year provide you with all that brings you joy!”

“This Diwali, may Goddess Lakshmi remove all the negatives from your life. May you be showered with happiness, good health, wealth and bounty.”

“May the lamps of Diwali illuminate your life. May the colours of rangoli usher in happiness, may the delicious Diwali desserts add sweetness to your life, and may Goddess Lakshmi shower you with all that you have wished for.”

“May the lights of Diwali make your and your loved ones’ life brighter and happier. Wish you a very happy Diwali!”

“May Goddess Lakshmi and Lord Ganesh shower their choicest blessings on you and your family. May your life be fulfilled with prosperity, success, wisdom and wealth. Wishing you a Happy Diwali!”

“Wishing that this Diwali brings prosperity to your business and more opportunities for us to work together.”

“Light over darkness, hope or despair, and the victory of good in the world. Happy Diwali!”