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Wishing you a Happy Diwali with Lord Ganesh's blessings and beautiful lamps
Laxmi Ganesha Puja Wallpaper
Diwali Candles Wallpaper
Let the lights of Diwali illuminate the year ahead. Happy Diwali
May the light of Diwali lamps enlighten your soul. Have a peaceful Diwali.
Diwali Diyas Wallpaper
Diwali Laxmi Aarti Wallpaper
Wishing you and your family a very prosperous and happy Diwali
May this festival of lights glow your life with the joy and happiness. Happy Diwali
Diwali Sparkling Diyas Wallpaper
Festival Of Lights Wallpaper
Ganesha Wallpaper
Happy Diwali. May God fulfills all your dreams and bring peace in your lives during this festival of lights
Wish this Diwali takes away darkness from your life. Happy Diwali
May the candles lit in Diwali will bring prosperity in everyone's life. Happy Diwali to all
Happy DeepavaliHappy Deepavali
Shubh Deepavali Wallpaper
May this festival of lights brightens your life and brings happiness, joy and prosperity for you and your family. Happy Diwali
Happiness, Joy, Health and Wealth may reach your door this Diwali. Wish you a happy and a prosperous Diwali
Wish this Diwali illuminate your life with success. Wish you a Happy Diwali
May this Diwali burn away the evil in your lives. Wish you a prosperous Diwali 2018.




The biggest and the brightest festival of India, Diwali, is celebrated with much zeal across India. The festival of lights is one of the major festivals in the country and is celebrated by people from all age groups. To add to your celebrations, we bring you a collection of beautiful Diwali Wallpapers. These Diwali-themed wallpapers will bring auspicious grace to your desktop. These Diwali wallpapers are specially designed to express the exuberance of the festivities of Diwali!

The collection here is rich in quality as well as variety. Available in different sizes these beautiful Diwali Wallpapers are apt for all screens. Choose from our varieties of Happy Diwali Wallpapers and celebrate the 'festival of lights'! You can download Free Diwali Wallpapers from our collection and enjoy Diwali to the fullest with your family and friends.

Here is a list of Diwali Wishes / Greetings in different languages of India.



Diwali Wishes in English : Happy Diwali
Diwali Wishes in Hindi : Diwali ki Shubhkamnayein/ Shubh Deepavali
Diwali Wishes in Marathi : Shubh Diwali/ Diwalichya hardik Shubhechha
Diwali Wishes in Bengali : Subho Diwalir Preeti O Subeccha
Diwali Wishes in Punjabi : Tuhanu diwali diyan boht boht vadhaiyan hon
Diwali Wishes in Gujarati : Diwali Mubarak
Diwali Wishes in Tamil : Deepavali Nalvaazhtukkal
Diwali Wishes in Malayalam : Deepavali Aashamsagal
Diwali Wishes in Kannada : Deepavali Habbada Shubhashayagalu
Diwali Wishes in Telugu : Deepavali Shubhakankshalu
Diwali Wishes in Oriya : Deepavali ra Anek Shubhechha
Diwali Wishes in Hindi (Bundelkhand) : Diwali mubarak ho
Diwali Wishes in Nepali : Subha Dipawali ko mangalmaya subha kaamanaa


Last Updated on : January 15th, 2019

     

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