Sunday, October 7, 2012

Diwali Songs

Diwali is well-known for its five consecutive days of celebration in India. On these days, peoples involve themselves from various activities like throwing some parties. During those parties specially those large gatherings, they song and dance through the tune of some Diwali songs that can help to enhance their festive mood, specially those songs which brings the true essence of this festival.

These are some of collection of Diwali songs and lyrics that you can explore:

Collection of Diwali Songs

Mere Tumhare Sabke Liye Happy Diwali

Yeh Din Jahaan Mein Har Kahi Bhar De Roshani Usi Ke Pyar Ki
Dil Dil Se Woh Mila De Har Chehra Woh Khila De
Rut Laaye Aaj Khushiyon Ki
Yeh Din Yeh Din Jahaan Mein Har Kahi Kahi
Bhar De Roshani Roshani (Usi Ke Pyar Ki) - 2
Dil Dil Se Woh Mila De Har Chehra Woh Khila De
Rut Laaye Aaj Khushiyon Ki
(Mere Tumhare Sabke Liye Happy Diwali
Saare Sitaarein Uske Liye Happy Diwali) - 2

Ham Sabhi Mein Har Kisike Dil Mein Hai Wahi
Ho Zameen Ya Asmaan Ho Woh Hai Har Kaheen
Roshani - 3 Yeh Music Ka Naam Hain
Yeh Jahaan - 3 Saara Usi Ka Kaam Hain
(Usne Banayi Sabke Liye Happy Diwali
Saare Sitaarein Uske Liye Happy Diwali) - 2

Usne Kaha Ke Jab Main Kahu Aayega Woh Mere Liye
Kyun Na Bhala Main Duurr Rahu Aayega Woh Mere Liye
Usne Kaha Ke Jab Main Kahu (Aayega Woh Mere Liye) - 3
Duniya Meri Kaise Chamke Jaise Roshani Ne Roshani Ho Bhar Di Har Kahi
Duniya Saari Aaise Mehake Jaise Iss Khushi Mein Har Kali Ho Mehaki Har Kahi
(Aaj Jahaa Bhi Tum Raho Chalo Saath Hamare Ab Kaho Say (Happy Diwali) - 2
Aaj Miley Tumse Koi Use Tum Bhi Bade Dil Se Milo Say (Happy Diwali) - 2) - 2
Mere Tumhare Sabke Liye Happy Diwali

Aayee Abb Kee Sal Divalee

aayee abb kee sal divalee munh par apne khun male
aayee abb kee sal divalee
charon taraf hai ghor andhera, ghar me kaise dip jale
aayee abb kee sal divalee

balak tarse phuljhadiyo ko, (dipo ko divare -2)
mann kee godee sunee sunee, (aangan kaise sanvare -2)
rah me unakee jao ujalon ban me jinakee sham dhale
aayee abb kee sal divalee

jinke dam se jagmag jagmag (karatee thee yeh rate -2)
choree choree ho jatee thee (man se man kee bate -2)
chhod chale woh ghar me amavas, jyoti lekar sath chale
aayee abb kee sal divalee

tap tap tap tap tapke aansu, (chhalki khalee thalee -2)
jane kya kya samjhatee hai (aankho kee yeh lalee -2)
shor macha hai aag lagee hai katte hain parvat pe gale
aayee abb kee sal divalee munh par apne khun male
charon taraf hai ghor andhera ghar me kaise dip jale
aayee abb kee sal divalee

Aayi Hai Diwali

Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Oh Mere Sajna
Fatakda Phoot Ne Wala Hai De Taali
Aayi Hai Diwali Suno Ji Gharwaali
Aayi Hai Diwali Suno Ji Gharwaali
Tere Kangane Ne Dil Dhadkaya Hai
Lage Sajna Mera Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra
Lage Sajna Mera Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra
Lage Sajna Mera Aaj Paglaaya Hai
Lage Sajna Mera Aaj Paglaaya Hai
Aayi Hai Diwali Suno Ji Gharwaali
Tere Kangane Ne Dil Dhadkaya Hai
Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Sajna Paglaaya Hai
Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Sajna Paglaaya Hai

Tera Singaar Laga Bahar Aaya Re
Aaya Tujhpe Hum Ko Pyaar
Mardo Ka Kya Bedardo Ka Kya
Kya Jaano Tum Kya Hota Hai Pyaar
Kyon Bhala Hum Kare Tum Pe Aitbaar
Bhole Hoton Ki Laali Dole Kaano Ki Baali
Teri Chunri Ne Jalwa Dikhaya Hai
Lage Sajna Mera Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra
Lage Sajna Mera Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra
Lage Sajna Mera Aaj Paglaaya Hai
Lage Sajna Mera Aaj Paglaaya Hai

Charo Taraf Diye Jal Rahe
Dehko Ji Dekho Yeh Kya Keh Rahe
Kahin Pe Nigahein Kahin Pe Nishana
Hum Jaante Hai Yeh Kissa Purana
Na Karo Dillagi Chhodo Sataana
Tu Yeh Maane Na Maane Hum Hai Tere Dewaane
Dekho Mausam Mohabbat Ka Aaya Hai
Lage Sajna Mera Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra
Lage Sajna Mera Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra
Lage Sajna Mera Aaj Paglaaya Hai
Lage Sajna Mera Aaj Paglaaya Hai

Yaaro Meri Maano Miya Biwi Ke Rishte Ko Jaano
Pyaaro Oh Mere Pyaaro Kya Hai Jeevan Tum Yeh Pehchano
Chhodo Chhodo Chhodo Takraar Karlo Karlo Karlo Pyaar
Oh Chayi Nakhrewali Gharwaali Hai Gharwaali
Oh Chayi Nakhrewali Gharwaali Hai Gharwaali
Sara Sansaar Is Mein Samaya Hai
Lage Sajna Mera Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra
Lage Sajna Mera Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra
Lage Sajna Mera Aaj Paglaaya Hai
Lage Sajna Mera Aaj Paglaaya Hai
Aayi Hai Diwali Suno Ji Gharwaali
Tere Kangane Ne Dil Dhadkaya Hai
Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Sajna Paglaaya Hai
Aa Ra Ra Ra Ra Ra Sajna Paglaaya Hai

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Diwali Gift Ideas

Diwali is one of the popular among hundreds of festivals celebrated by Indians. It is also celebrated around the world. Indians decorate their home on Diwali with colorful Diwali decorations and diwali divas It bring the tradition of devoting Goddess Lakshmi together with the practice of giving and exchanging gifts and greetings, cleaning homes and decorating it when this season comes. This special season can be an ideal time for reviving personal and emotional relationship to others and more importantly the social bond. Giving and exchanging gifts and greetings are an old tradition usually do by the devotees, this may help them to strengthen the relationship between the neighborhood and others. This practices also a way to express their feelings, appreciation, gratitude, respects and love to someone. So if you have a problem when it comes for choosing best Diwali present which is the best for your recipient, you can consider some of the Diwali gift ideas below:

Diwali Presents 

Gift Basket of Dry Fruits
This is one of usually preferred gift for Diwali season. A gift basket contains variety of dry fruits such as chestnut, almonds, nuts, etc. There are some shops offers ready to give dry fruits gift basket, but you can also customize your own and make your own arrangement, it’s up to you.
This is also best choice, since the Diwali festival is a solemn occasion, this may be suitable as gift for some one. It can e purchased or maybe you can make your own to add more effort and value to your gift this Diwali festival.

Jewelry - Rings
Purchased some jewelry and give it to some one you want to thank.  It’s sound good as a gift. Jewelries can be made up of silver, gold, diamond, etc, and the price is depends on that matter. It can be a necklace, ring, earrings, bracelets and others. To add more excitement and fun to your gift, you can put it in a jewelry box, I’m sure it will be a great gift item.

Sweets Dishes
Since sweets are part of the tradition during Diwali season, you can be made it as an option for your gift this season. Prepare and cook your own sweets to add more love and I’m sure it can be an appreciated by your recipient. Also consider the taste and healthy status of your recipient to make sure that he/she will be satisfied for it.
Kitchen Utensils

Kitchen Utensils
There are numerous kitchen utensils that you can make as an option in choosing your gift this Diwali festival, such as knives, pot, pan spoon, plates, bowls, fork and many more. 

Gadgets and other Electronic Devices
Gadgets and electronic devices such as cell phone, television, video games, DVD player can be a wonderful present. During holiday season like Diwali, electronic devise manufacturer offers some good promos like “Buy one, Take one”, so you can use this advantage to choose the best for your recipient and afford by your budget.

Diwali Messages

Indians usually exchange Diwali messages and Diwali greetings on Diwali. They also exchange sweets to relatives and Neighbours

Activities During Diwali Festival

There are hundreds of festivals celebrated in India every year; one of those is the Diwali festival. Diwali is a five consecutive day celebration that carry the most favorable celebration among others. During these days, people involve themselves in various activities, not only the religious activities like worshipping their Goddess but also for fun and exciting activities like playing games, making crafts, cooking and others.

These are some of the common and usual activities done during Diwali festival:

It is the foreseeable doings every Diwali celebration, especially cooking those Diwali recipes. There are several of sweets and other dishes in many varieties. Cookery also help those interested in culinary to enjoy their Diwali season, this may also done together with the whole family that bond themselves together.

Cleaning and Decorating Houses
Days before Diwali come; people scrubbed and clean their houses with the purpose of welcoming the Goddess of wealth – Goddess Lakshmi. They guarantee that every corners of their house are cleaned and at same time decorated by some Diwali decoration such as flowers, bells embellishments, torans and many more. Rangoli is also used as a decoration and considering in designing homes because it is also one of the aspects of Diwali.

Bursting Crackers
Bursting of Fireworks and Crackers
This is also important and popular doings during Diwali festival. Even though they know that side effects of the contained chemicals on those crackers and at the same time the noise, they still do this as part of their old tradition during this festival. To ensure that the children can also enjoy the festival by bursting their own crackers, adults guide them and choose crackers which is safe for them.

Playing Games
It is the best pastime and at the same time gives enjoyment and fun. During the celebration of Diwali, they also use this as activity. Among all the games, playing card is the main common way to play games and also this is part of their old tradition. One of those playing cards game is the Rummy or the matching of cards. Aside from those games using cards, they also play hide and sick and others as their outdoor game.

Crafts Creation
During Diwali, people made their own crafts such as making diva which is the most popular doing; they can also use diva to light up their homes which is also part of their tradition. Additionally, kids preferred this activity not only to enjoy their festival at same time can develop they creativity and imagination.

Diwali Messages

Indians exchange Diwali Greeting cards, Diwali Sweets and Diwali messages on Diwali. You can send diwali cards with beautiful Diwali wishes and wording to your friends and relatives. There are lot of websites are there where you can get diwali greetings in hindi, so that even if you do not know hindi you can send Shub Diwali in Hindi

Diwali Recipes

Diwali or Deepavali is also known as festival of lights, sweets and crackers. As the preparation for the festival, females among families starting to prepare some of the ingredients and things needed for the meals and recipes that they going to cook and serve for this special occasion. During the Diwali celebration, they are customary exchange their foods and sweets as part of their old tradition, so this is the reason why you can’t imagine a Diwali celebration without sweets and other foods particularly cook and prepare at home every season. People usually made those common sweets for this occasion such as Gajar Ka Halwa, Karanj, Besan Ke Ladoo, Jalebis, Gulab Jamun and many more.

There are numerous other delicacies made especially for Diwali festival aside from common sweet recipes and dishes, the most popular among those dishes are Ghathiya and Dahi-bhalle. The preparing of Diwali dishes is also depending on how they celebrate this occasion and the family and culture tradition they have. There are list of popular and at the same time unusual Diwali dishes and recipes underneath that you can explore if you are looking for some Diwali recipes ideas.

Diwali Recipes - Ingredients and Steps for Preparation

Doodh Pak

  • 1 liter of milk
  • 1 tablespoon of pistachios
  • 250 grams of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon of cardamom powder
  • 11/2 tablespoon of raisins
  • 1 teaspoon of saffron
  • 1/2 cup of almonds

  1. Marinate the almonds into temperate water for at least one hour. Peel and crush the almonds to make a paste. Melt the saffron into the milk and set aside for a while.
  2. Heat the milk while simultaneously stirring it. Add the crushed almonds and cook for approximately 35 minutes while stirring it continuously.
  3. Now, mix all the ingredients such as the sugar, melted saffron, raisins and the pistachios to the boiled milk with crushed almonds. Then heat it with a little amount of flame until it became a thick mixture.
  4. Lastly, drop the cardamom powder as a flavoring. Then there you go the Doodh Pak is finished and ready to serve.

  • 2-3 tablespoon of sugar
  • 2-3 pieces of crushed cardamom seeds
  • 1/4 cup of washed and drained long grain rice
  • 1 tablespoon of chopped pistachio seeds
  • 1 pinch of saffron threads that is already soaked in hot milk
  • 2 tablespoon of blanched slivered almonds
  • 1 tablespoon of raisins
  • 4-5 cups of milk
  1. Heat the mixture of milk, rice and crushed cardamom seeds into a pan until the rice become soft.
  2. Add saffron, pistachio, raisins and almonds then cook for approximately 4 minutes.
  3. Now, add sugar to the mixture and simultaneously stir until it completely melted.
  4. Lastly, take out from the heat and there you go, the Kheer is ready to serve.
Videos for Diwali Recipes

Mathiya or Mathia Recipes

Suvari Recipes

Kharkharia Recipe

Diwali Date 2013

We know that Indian have been many festivals celebrated every year. One of those is the Diwali also recognized as “festival of lights”. This is an Indian festival brings a sequence of festivals with it. During this season, they participate in some activities related to the celebration of Diwali. Diwali celebrates on the day of “Amavasyaa” typically on the month of October or else November. On this special day, they lit tiny diyas or earthen lamps in order to light up their houses that provide bright lights which create beautiful designs.

Diwali is also well-know for its five consecutive day celebration, each day has it own significant terms. The celebration begins on Aswayuja Bahula Chaturdashi and end on Kartika Shudha Vijaya. During the first day of the celebration, they worship Goddess Lakshmi and buy silver-made utensils: this first day of celebration also called as “Dhanteras” or “Dhan Trayodashi”. “Narak Chaturdashi”, popularly known as “Chhoti Diwali” is celebrates on the second day of Diwali celebration. The third day celebration is also known as “Badi Diwali” which is the most important day of the Diwali celebration. On this day, devotees perform worship of celestial Goddess Lakshmi or “Lakshmi Puja” and pray for her in order to ask for blessings and prosperity. On the fourth day, they commemorate it to Govardhan Pooja - the worship of Lord Govardhan Parvat. On the fifth and last day of Diwali celebration or “Bhai Dooj”, they admire the brother to/and sister relationship. Additionally, as apart of the festival celebration they are exchanging their sweets, gift and greetings to their family and friends together with synchronous bursting of crackers and fireworks. During this whole festival celebration, devotees worship their desired deities and follows Hinduism offer prayers.

Diwali 2012

The celebration of Diwali this year falls on November 13, 2012. So mark your calendar now and be ready for the Diwali 2012 and commemorate those Goddesses. Happy Holidays.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Diwali Messages and Diwali Quotes for Diwali Greetings

Significance of Diwali

 Diwali is the most popular festival in india. Indians all over the world celebrate Diwali with Sweets, firecrackers and sparkles.  Diwali was originated from Ayodya, as ayodya people welcomed Lord Ram back to Ayodya by lightening lamps all over the place. From that day onwards people started celebrating Diwali by lighting lamps all over the place and distributing sweets each other. Diwali is celebrating to mark the victory of god over the demons, or victory of forces of light over the forces of Darkness. The sweets has been distributed each other to share the joy and happiness of Lord Ram’s Victory over Demon King Ravana.  It also is a tradition to send Diwali greetings and Diwali cards to your loved once. You can find some Diwali Messages for you.

Best Diwali Messages

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Another Diwali is coming to proclaim
 The Victory of god over the Evil
Let us share the happiness and joy
On the form of sweets and gifts
As it is an occasion worth to celebrate
And be in the part of God’s victory
Happy Diwali to you

As you celebrate the Diwali,
Let us not forget the less unfortunate
For them there is no Diwali or Festivals,
Who is sleeping on empty stomach,
Let us bring smiles on their face
Let us share the joy with them,
For which God will bless you for sure
Happy Diwali

It is Diwali the festival of light,
It is Diwali the victory day of light
It is Diwali, the New Year Day
When a lights of expectations
For a New Year filled with Happiness
Prosperity and peace comes to us
Happy Diwali

Let us celebrate the victory of God
As we are sure that the god will always
Come to protect us from evil
Happy Diwali to you

Diwali is the day of Hope as
As the victory of God over evil,
Diwali bring  a New year of Hope
Diwali remind us that Final victory
Of the God, over evil
Let us celebrate and share the sweets
Of Victory to our nears and Dears
Happy Diwal

More Diwali Resources

  1. Diwali Greetings from 123greetings
  2. Rangoli Designs from
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  4. Diwali Messages and greetings from squidoo
  5. Diwali sms from all best messages

Diwali Messages in Hindi

Please Find Diwali Messages In Hindi

May this Diwali festival bring you and your family an endless love, peace and harmony.
Have a joyful and wonderful Diwali!
इस दीवाली त्यौहार आप और आपके परिवार के एक अंतहीन प्यार, शांति और सद्भाव ला सकते हैं.
एक खुशहाल और अद्भुत दीवाली!

Celebrate this auspicious occasion with the heart filled with joy, love and peace.
May the beauty and light of Diyas fill your life and heart with endless delight and happiness.
Happy Deepavali to you!
इस शुभ अवसर को खुशी, प्यार और शांति से भरा दिल के साथ मनाते हैं.
सौंदर्य और दिए की रौशनी अनंत ख़ुशी आपके जीवन और दिल को भर दे !
दीपावली मुबारक हो आपको!

Hope the festival of lights shower you with blessings from the Goddess of Wealth and Beauty
And may its radiance shine through your home bestow you togetherness and prosperity.
My warm wishes to you on Diwali.
आशा करते हैं रौशनी का त्यौहार आप पर धन और सौंदर्य की देवी के आशीर्वाद का बौछार हो !
इसकी चमक आपके घर से एकजुटता और समृधि प्रदान करे !
दिवाली पर आपको मेरी शुभकामनाएं !

Source : Diwali Messages In Hindi from