The most auspicious festival of Indians is Diwali that comes every year and makes all India very shining and brightening. The festival also well-known as the Festival of Lights because all the Indians decorate their houses with lots of lights and decoration items. Many people greet their family members, friends, and office members by sending their greetings with sweet dishes. The festival symbolizes the victory of Good over Evil. Another reason to celebrate the festival of Diwali is Lord Rama, Sita and Laxman returned from 14 years of exile from the Kingdom Ayodhya. After that, the entire residence of Ayodhya celebrates Diwali on returning to Lord Rama, Sita, and Laxman.
Celebrate Diwali By Giving Lots Of Beautiful Wishes To Your Known People
Many people want to greet their known persons but they don’t have any greeting cards. So, we are here giving you many Diwali Animated Gifs and Greeting Cards to celebrate this Diwali by sending lots of Greeting Cards. The festival of Diwali is known as the best festival for Indians. Almost all the people in India celebrate the festival and firecrackers for their enjoyment. As we know the complete story of Ramayana and all the people like the story or the real-life story occur in the past in the life of Lord Rama who is the seventh incarnation of Lord Vishnu.
A very big battle fought by Lord Rama against Ravan who abducted Goddess Sita from the forest. After that, Lord Rama found her wife and fought a very huge and tough battle from Ravan to take Goddess Sita back. After completing the 14 years of exile when Lord Rama, Goddess Sita, and Laxman went back to the Kingdom Ayodhya then all the people celebrate Diwali in happiness. Now, many Diwali Greetings and Animated Gifs are available here for you that you very easily share with your friends and family members.
Many Devotional Reasons to Celebrate Diwali On This Auspicious Day
Also, another devotional reason to celebrate Diwali that the Goddess Laxmi brings prosperity to everyone’s house who worship Goddess Laxmi and Lord Ganesha in this auspicious time period of the year. All the Indians celebrate this festival by decorating their houses with lots of lights, diyas, cleaning their houses, and decorate their corridor with Rangolis. On the day of Diwali, everyone goes to their relatives and neighbor’s house to give them wishes with sweet dishes. If you want to send messages to your relatives and friends then here you will get many Diwali Greeting Cards and Animated Gifs to give the best and beautiful wishes to your known persons.