Diwali is the biggest festival for Hindus.This is celebrated on thirteenth day of Krishna Paksha.The festival is celebrated on great fervous and joy.This festival celebrated on so many country.After the vanquishing of King Ravana of Lanka at the hands of Lord Rama and the return of the Suryavanshi King Lord Rama to his Ayodhya. Fables say that originally when the trio had returned to Ayodhya, the people of Ayodhya had lit the entire state with lamps to welcome their Lord’s visit after 14 years exile. It was like a long awaited end to a sad tale and the beginning of a new era of happiness and peace.
Happy Diwali Wishes For Brother:
Diwali Wishes Message for Brother
diwali wishes for brother
Diwali is the most beautiful festival in India. The whole country shines with thousands of lamps illuminating their brightness in every corner. This is the time when everyone is in a happy mood enjoying the festivities and celebrations.
Do not forget to send a warm Diwali best wishes message to your dearest brother. Here are some sample text messages comprising of beautiful quotes and Diwali greetings to wish Happy Diwali to your brother.
1). May your life get filled with happiness, merriment and prosperity. May all your troubles vanish and your life gets blessed with Divine energy. Wishing Happy Diwali to my dearest Brother.
2). I pray to God that the sparkles of lamps illuminate your life with prosperity, happiness, health, wealth and fortune. Wishing you a beautiful, safe and Happy Diwali bhaiya.
3). My wishes may not have words but they have feelings. I wish you the most beautiful Happy Diwali. I pray that you are blessed with endless happiness and prosperity in your life.
4). May God gives you everything that you desire and need and showers his blessings on you. May you live a happy and peaceful life. I wish you a very warm and Happy Diwali to you bhaiya.
5). I wish that you future brightens like the light of the lamp. I wish that your failures burst like crackers. Wishing you a beautiful and hopeful Happy Diwali and a prosperous New Year.