Know How People Convey Diwali Wishes in Different Languages

Diwali / Devali / Deepavali is a festival celebrated in India by decorating their houses with clay diyas and beautiful rangolis in front of the house. This year Diwali is celebrated on Oct 18th 2017 in South India. Diwali is more like a get together of families, elaborate feasts with mithais, bursting of colourful crackers and so on. It’s a fun filled day, so lets make this diwali even more fun by sending these diwali wishes greeting cards to your friends and loved ones. In this post we have added diwali SMS wish in different languages for you.

English Wish you a happy Diwali
Arabic ‘atamanna lakum dywaly saeid
Burmese sain tait u  sai main galar diwali  sandashi
Chinese Zhù nǐ pái dēngjié
Danish Ønsker dig en glad diwali
French Je vous souhaite une heureuse diwali
German Wunsch haben Sie ein glückliches diwali
Greek Sas efchómaste eftychisméno Diwali
Nepali Tapā’īṁ ānandita Diwali icchā
Portugese Desejamos-lhe uma diwali feliz
Hugarian Kívánunk boldog diwali
Indonesian Semoga Anda diwali bahagia
Irish Mian leat a diwali sona
Italian Vi auguriamo un felice Diwali
Japanese Shiawasena diwari-sai o nozomimasu
Korean dangsin-ege haengbog di walli wisi
Latin Volo vobis felix Diwali
Malay Berharap anda diwali gembira
Sinhala oba suba divāli utsavayak vēvā kæmati
Spanish desearle un feliz Día de la Independencia
Thai H̄wạng ẁā khuṇ ca mī khwām s̄uk̄h diwali
Dutch Wens je een gelukkig diwali
Georgian gisurvebt’ bednier diwali
Mongolian Ta az jargaltai diwali Khüsch baigaa ed züils
Polish Życzę szczęśliwego Diwali
Serbian Želimo Vam Happi Divali
Turkish Size mutlu bir Diwali diliyoruz
Ukrainian Bazhayu vam shchaslyvoho Divali
Bangla Sakalkeyi Diwali pritio antarik subhecha.
Bengali Āpani ēkaṭi śubha dīpābali Wish
Gujarathi Tamē khuśa divāḷī māṅgō
Hindi aap ek haippee deevaalee vish
Kannada Nīvu santōṣada dīpāvaḷi viś
Malayalam niṅṅaḷ oru dīpāvali āśansakaḷ nēruka
Marathi Āpaṇa ānandī divāḷī icchā
Punjabi Tuhānū ika khuśa dīvālī cāhudē
Tamil Iniya Diwali nalvazhthukal
Telugu Mīru oka dīpāvaḷi śubhākāṅkṣalu viṣ
Tulu Nikulu Materegla deepavali parbada shubhashya
Konkani antu asile pura lokaku amgel kadechan Deepavali parbeche shubhashay
Rajasthani aap re ghar walo ne mari tharaf su diwali ki gani gani shubha kamnaye
Bhojpuri Raurake Diwali ke badhayi ho
Odia Apana sabhinku subha abong anandamaya DIPAVALI ra hardhik subha kamala
Sanskrit Shubhah Deepavalihi.. Sarve bhavantu sukhinah!
Urdu Deepavali ki dilli mubarakhbaad app sab khavateen o hazrat ko
Kashmiri Tohi chuv Diwali hunz hath hath Mubarak. Diwali’ us pet tohi saarni mubarak. Lassun te Pahlun
Sindhi Tawankhey , tawanje gharawaran and dostan khey dil sa dyari ju wadayu.
Marwari aapre sagla pariwar ne diwali ra ramasama karu sa.
Malwa Deepawali ki Ram Ram
Kodava Ninga eelariku santosha Deepavali.
Kutchi Aanke madi ke di Diwali ji lakh lakh vadhaiyu

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