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Happy Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit 2017: Diwali is one the most essential celebration of Hindus It is praised with extraordinary energy all through the length and expansiveness of India. It is a celebration of lights. It falls on the Amavasya of the period of Kartik consistently by Hindu logbook and in the most recent seven day stretch of October or in the beginning days of November by English schedule. Numerous legends are related with this celebration. It denotes the triumph of Ram over Ravana. Indeed, Diwali is the image of the triumph of the powers of good finished shrewdness.As indicated by some on this day Lord Ram achieved Ayodhya alongside Sita and Lakshman. The villagers of Ayodhya invited Ram, Lakshman and Sitaby brightening and lighting up their town withdiyas. Jains says this is the day when Lord Mahavira accomplished "moksha or salvation". They demonstrate lights in celebration of in this way achievement. Dayanand Saraswati of Arya Samaj additionally accomplished "Nirvana" on this day.It is a celebration of lights and firecracker. It comes after Durga Puja as the winter sets in. In West Bengal and some different places in North India Goddess Kali is revered amid the Diwali. As the lights keep away the obscurity, Goddess Kali heads out the detestable powers in our reality. Awesome executions are made for this celebration. Everybody begins making game plan one month before Diwali, new materials are obtained, houses are cleaned and finished with lights, blossoms and so on. Individuals call and welcome their closest and dearest ones. Happy diwali 2017 is on 19 October.

Happy Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit 2017 (500+) | Images | Greeting | Msg | Quotes | SMS


On this celebration, desserts are made and circulated among companions and relatives. Individuals enjoy fun and skip upon the arrival of Diwali. New garments are worn by the youthful and the old. In the meantime amid night, fire-works and wafers are additionally let off. The splendid blazes of the fire-work show a lovely sight oblivious night. The celebration wears a flawless look. Everybody is well clad gay and mirthful some praise it in the most eager way some enjoy betting as per card sharks, frames a piece of Diwali celebration. Around evening time the general population light up their homes, dividers and porches with earthen pots. The sparkling lights in the obscurity of night display an entrancing exhibition. Aside from houses, open structures and government officers are likewise lit up. The scene of lights and enlightenment is exceptionally captivating. Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit, Diwali Quotes in Sanskrit, Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit Font, Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit Images are so much popluar. But Let us discuss more about Happy Deepavali 2017 before Deepavali wishes in Sanskrit.

The Hindus adore Lakshmi; the Goddess of riches on this day. They say supplications, with the goal that Goddess Lakshmi may visit their homes. Lakshmi Puja is the Puja of Lakshmi Goddess and is performed at the night amid Diwali. Diwali celebration is the celebration of the entire nation. It is commended in each alcove and Corner of our nation. Therefore this celebration additionally makes a feeling of unity among the general population. It turns into the image of solidarity. India has been commending this celebration for a huge number of years and keeps on praising it even today which is both recorded and religious.

On Diwali, People go to their home by taking off from their job, offices and other works; students also book their train around three months ago to easily go to their home on Diwali festival because everyone wants to celebrate this festival with their family members in the home town. People generally enjoy the festival by feasting, bursting crackers and enjoying the dance with family and friends. However, it is prohibited by the doctors to got outside and enjoy firecrackers especially people suffering from lung or heart diseases, hypertension, diabetes, etc. Such people have to knock the doctor’s door because of consuming highly saturated food and sweets in high amount and lack of exercises and pollution caused by crackers in these days. Get diwali greetings in sanskrit

Now Let's talk about Sankrit languages before discussing Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit. Sanskrit is the essential ceremonial dialect of Hinduism ; a philosophical dialect of Hinduism, Sikhism, Buddhism, and Jainism; and a scholarly dialect and most widely used language of old and medieval India and Nepal.because of transmission of Hindu and Buddhist culture to Southeast Asia and parts of Central Asia, it was likewise a dialect of high culture in some of these locales amid the early-medieval era.

Sanskrit is an institutionalized tongue of Old Indo-Aryan, having begun in the second thousand years BCE as Vedic Sanskrit and following its semantic family back to Proto-Indo-Iranian and Proto-Indo-European. The most seasoned Indo-European dialects for which considerable composed documentation exists, Sanskrit holds an unmistakable position in Indo-European studies.The assortment of Sanskrit writing incorporates a rich custom of verse and dramatization and additionally logical, specialized, philosophical and religious writings. The sytheses of Sanskrit were orally transmitted for a lot of its initial history by strategies for remembrance of extraordinary multifaceted nature, meticulousness, and fidelity.Thereafter, variations and subsidiaries of the Brahmi content came to be utilized.

Sanskrit is regularly composed in the Devanagari content yet different contents keep on being utilized .It is today one of the 22 dialects recorded in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India, which commands the Indian government to build up the dialect. It keeps on being broadly utilized as a stately dialect in Hindu religious customs and Buddhist practice as psalms and serenades. Now We are ready to discuss for diwali greetings in sanskrithappy diwali wishes in sanskrit language.

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Diwali wishes in sanskrit language

Asatoma Sadgamaya, Tamasoma Jyotirgamaya, Mrityorma Amritangamaya.Om! Shantih, Shantih,Shantihi!

Let's transit from non-being to true-being; from darkness to light; from death to eternity.  Om! Peace, Peace, Peace!

Aapyaayantu mamaangaani Vak pranaanschakshuhu;
Shrotramatho balam indriyaani cha sarvaani;Sarvam Brahmopanishadam;  Maaham Brahma niraakuryaam;
Maa maa Brahma niraakaroth
Aniraakaranamastu aniraakaranam mae astu;
Tadaatmani nirate ya upanishatsu; Dharamaaste mayi santu tae mayi santu;
Om Shantih Shantih Shantihi.

May my speech, vision,and hearing and vital air grow in strength.  Every thing is verily Brahman.  May I never reject Brahman; May Brahman never reject me; May there be no rejections;  May I always posess the delight of the self. May the righteousness declared here, [in upanishads] be in me.

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Om! Bhadram karnebhihi shrunuyaama devaaha;
Bhadram pashyema akshibhir yajatraaha;
Stirair angaih sthustuvaamsah tanoorbhir
vyashema deva hitam yadaayuhu
Svasti na Indro vriddhah shravaaha; Svasti nah pooshaa vishva vedaaha;
Svasti nah tarkshyo arista nemihi;
Svasti no Brihaspatir dadhaat u.

O Gods, May we hear only the auspicious; May we see only the auspicious; 
May we enjoy our life with strong limbs showering praise upon you;  May the vast hearing Indra, may the all-knower Poosha, may theTaarkshya with his non-injuring fellies, May Brihaspathi be propitious to us.  [Taarkshya is 
the carrier of Aruna, the red rays of dawn].


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diwali wishes in Sanskrit 

Svasti prajaabhyah paripaalayantaam; Nyaayena margena mahim maheeshaaha; Go-brahamanebhyah shubham astu nityam;
Lokaah samastaah sukhino bhavantu.

Benediction to those kings[rulers] who are governing virtuously/protecting their subjects.  Let cows/cattle and the persons pursuing divinity be blessed.  Let the whole universe[14 lokaas] experience divine blessings.

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Kaale varshantu parjanyaha; Prithivi sasya shaalini;
Desho-ayam kshobha rahitaha; Brahmanaah santu nirbhayaaha.

Let it rain properly at proper time; Let earth shine forth with lush green herbs; Let our nation be misery free; Let persons in pursuit of divinity be fearless[Let them harmlessly pursue their goal.]

Yantu nadayo varshantu parjanyaaha; Supippalaa oshadhayo bhavantu;
Annavataam Odanavataam Aamikshavataam yeshaam raajaa bhooyaasam.
Odanamud bhruvate paramestee vaa yesha yadodanaha; Paramaamevainam shriyam gamayati.

May the rivers be flowing; May it rain timely; May the earth be bountiful with fruits and herbs.
Everyone sings  the praise of food; food is the prime manifestation of Supreme Lord; Food endows the person, bliss. [Food here is interpreted as the objects of senses, consumed by sense organs.  Sense organs are the home for mind.  When the mind is weaned away from materialistic pursuits and directed towards divinity, the food or the sense objects it consumes through sense organs become divine bliss.]

Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit Font


शुभं करोति कल्याणमारोग्यं धनसंपदा ।
शत्रुबुद्धिविनाशाय दीपज्योतिर्नमोऽस्तुते ॥

Shubham Karoti Kalyaannam-Aarogyam Dhana-Sampadaa |
Shatru-Buddhi-Vinaashaaya Diipa-Jyotir-Namostute ||

Meaning:
1: (Salutations to the Light of the Lamp) Which Brings Auspiciousness, Health and Prosperity,
2: Which Destroys Inimical Feelings; Salutations to the Light of the Lamp.

Deepavali shubhechaha.
Bhavataam sarveshaam cha deepaavlyaam abhivandana purassara abhinandanaha.
Shubhah Deepavalihi.. Sarve bhavantu sukhinah

diwali greetings in sanskrit


दीपज्योतिः परब्रह्म दीपज्योतिर्जनार्दनः ।
दीपो हरतु मे पापं दीपज्योतिर्नमोऽस्तुते ॥
Diipa-Jyotih Para-Brahma Diipa-Jyotir-Janaardanah |
Diipo Haratu Me Paapam Diipa-Jyotir-Namostute ||

Meaning:
1: (Salutations to the Light of the Lamp) The Light of the Lamp represents the Supreme Brahman, the Light of the Lamp represents Janardhana (Sri Vishnu),
2: Let the Light of the Lamp Remove My Sins; Salutations to the Light of the Lamp.

Use following phrases to create Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit Font

Welcome
स्वागतम् (svāgatam)
Hello (General greeting)
नमस्ते (namaste) नमो नमः (namo namaḥ) नमस्कारः (namaskāraḥ)
How are you?
कथमस्ति भवान् (kathamasti bhavān) >m कथमस्ति भवती (kathamasti bhavatī) >f
Reply to 'How are you?'
अहं कुशली (ahaṃ kuśalī) >m अहं कुशलिनी (ahaṃ kuśalinī) >f
Long time no see
चिरान्न दृष्टम् (cirānna dṛṣṭam)
What's your name?
तव नाम किम् (tava nāma kim?)
My name is ...
अहम् ... (aham ...) मम नाम ... (mama nāma ...)   diwali best wishes in sanskrit font
Where are you from?
भवान् कुत्रत्य: (bhavān kutratyaḥ) >m भवती कुत्रत्या (bhavatī kutratyā) >f
I'm from ...
Pleased to meet you
भवता सह संयोग: सन्तोषकर: (bhavatā saha saṃyogaḥ santoṣakaraḥ) - m भवत्या सह संयोग: सन्तोषकर: (bhavatyā saha saṃyogaḥ santoṣakaraḥ) - f
Good morning (Morning greeting)
सुप्रभातम् (suprabhātam)
Good night
शुभरात्री (śubharātrī)
Goodbye (Parting phrases)
पुनर्मिलाम (punarmilāma) – let's meet again शुभास्ते पंथानः संतु (śubhāste panthānaḥ santu) - may your roads be auspicious (a traditional greeting)
Good luck!
सौभाग्यम् (saubhāgyam)
Cheers! Good Health! (Toasts used when drinking)
शुभमस्तु (śubhamastu)
Have a nice day
सुदिनमस्तु (sudinamastu)
Bon appetit / Have a nice meal
भोजनं स्वादिष्टमस्तु (bhojanaṃ svādiṣṭamastu) Sanskrit diwali wishes quotes
Bon voyage / Have a good journey
शुभयात्रा (śubhayātrā)
I don't understand
नावगच्छामि (nāvagacchāmi)
Yes
भवतु (bhavatu) आम् (ām) अस्तु (astu)
No
नैव किल (naiva kila) न (na)
I don't know
न जानामि (na jānāmi)
Please speak more slowly
कृपया इतोऽपि मन्दं वदत (kṛpayā itopi mandaṃ vadatu)
Please say that again
कृपया पुनर्वदतु (kṛpayā punarvadatu)
Please write it down
कृपया लिखतु (kṛpayā likhatu)
Do you speak Sanskrit?
भवान् संस्कृतं भाषते वा? (bhavān samskṛtaṃ bhāṣate vā) - m भवती संस्कृतं भाषते वा? (bhavatī saṃskṛtaṃ bhāṣate vā) - f
Yes, a little (reply to 'Do you speak ...?')
आं, स्वल्पम् (āṃ, svalpam)
How do you say ... in Sanskrit?
संस्कृते एतत्कथमुच्यते? (saṃskṛte etatkathamucyate?)
Excuse me
कृपया क्षम्यताम् (kṛpayā kṣamyatām)
How much is this?
कियत्? (kiyat?)
Sorry
कृपया क्षम्यताम् (kṛpayā kṣamyatām)
Please
कृपया (kṛpayā)
Thank you
धन्यवादाः (dhanyavādāḥ)
Reply to thank you
अस्तु तावत् (astu tāvat)
Where's the toilet?
शौचालयः कुत्रास्ति? (śaucālayaḥ kutrāsti) Diwali Wishes in Sanskrit Greetings
This gentleman will pay for everything
अयं सर्वमूल्यं दास्यति (ayaṃ sarvamūlyaṃ dāsyati)
This lady will pay for everything
इयं सर्वमूल्यं दास्यति (iyaṃ sarvamūlyaṃ dāsyati)
Would you like to dance with me?
मया सह नर्तितुमिच्छसि किम् (mayā saha nartitumicchasi kim)
I love you
त्वामनुरजामि (tvāmanurajāmi)
Get well soon
तूर्णमारोग्यमस्तु (tūrnamārogyamastu)
Leave me alone!
एकाकी भवितुमिच्छामि (ekākī bhavitumicchāmi) - m एकाकिनी भवितुमिच्छामि (ekākinī bhavitumicchāmi) - f
Help!
साहाय्यम् (sāhāyyam)
Fire!
अग्निः (agniḥ)
Stop!
तिष्ठ (tiṣṭha)
Call the police!
आरक्षकानाकारयतु (ārakṣakānākārayatu)
Christmas and New Year greetings
क्रिस्तमसपर्वणः शुभेच्छाः । नूतनवर्षाभिनन्दनं च । (kristamasaparvanaḥ śubhecchāḥ nūtanavarṣābhinandana​ṃ ca) येसुजयन्त्याः शुभेच्छाः । नूतनवर्षाभिनन्दनं च । (yesujayantyāḥ śubhecchāḥ nūtanavarṣābhinandanaṃ ca)
Easter greetings
ईस्टरपर्वणः शुभेच्छाः (īstaraparvanaḥ śubhecchāḥ)
Birthday greetings
जन्मदिनशुभेच्छाः (janmadina śubhecchāḥ)
One language is never enough
नालमेकभाषया (nālamekabhāṣayā)


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दिवाली को रोशनी का त्योहार के रुप में जाना जाता है जो भरोसा और उन्नति लेकर आता है। हिन्दू, सिक्ख और जैन धर्म के लोगों के लिये इसके कई सारे प्रभाव और महत्ता है। ये पाँच दिनों का उत्सव है जो हर साल दशहरा के 21 दिनों बाद आता है। इसके पीछे कई सारी सांस्कृतिक आस्था है जो भगवान राम के 14 साल के वनवास के बाद अपने राज्य के आगमन पर मनाया जाता है। इस दिन अयोध्यावासीयों ने भगवान राम के आने पर आतिशबाजी और रोशनी से उनका स्वागत किया। Diwali Greetings in Sanskrit

दिपावली के दौरान लोग अपने घर और कार्यस्थली की साफ-सफाई और रंगाई-पुताई करते है। आमजन की ऐसी मान्यता है कि हर तरफ रोशनी और खुले खिड़की दरवाजों से देवी लक्ष्मी उनके लिये ढ़ेर सारा आशीर्वाद, सुख, संपत्ति और यश लेकर आएंगी। इस त्योहार में लोग अपने घरों को सजाने के साथ रंगोली से अपने प्रियजनों का स्वागत करते है। नये कपड़ों, खुशबुदार पकवानों, मिठाईयों और पटाखों से पाँच दिन का ये उत्सव और चमकदार हो जाता है। 

दिपावली के पहले दिन को धनतेरस या धनत्रेयोंदशीं कहते है जिसे माँ लक्ष्मी की पूजा के साथ मनाया जाता है। इसमें लोग देवी को खुश करने के लिये भक्ति गीत, आरती और मंत्र उच्चारण करते है। दूसरे दिन को नारक चतुर्दशी या छोटी दिपावली कहते है जिसमें भगवान कृष्ण की पूजा की जाती है क्योंकि इसी दिन कृष्ण ने नरकासुर का वध किया था। ऐसी धार्मिक धारणा है कि सुबह जल्दी तेल से स्नान कर देवी काली की पूजा करते है और उन्हें कुमकुम लगाते है। diwali 2017 all essays in sanskrit language

तीसरा दिन मुख्य दिपावली का होता है जिसमें माँ लक्ष्मी की पूजा की जाती है, अपने मित्रों और परिवारजन में मिठाई और उपहार बाँटे जाते है साथ ही शाम को जमके आतिशबाजी की जाती है। diwali wishes in sanskrit

चौथा दिन गोवर्धन पूजा के लिये होता है जिसमें भगवान कृष्ण की अराधना की जाती है। लोग गायों के गोबर से अपनी दहलीज पर गोवर्धन बनाकर पूजा करते है। ऐसा माना जाता है कि भगवान कृष्ण ने अपनी छोटी उँगली पर गोवर्धन पर्वत को उठाकर अचानक आयी वर्षा से गोकुल के लोगों को बारिश के देवता इन्द्र से बचाया था। पाँचवें दिन को हमलोग यामा द्वीतिय या भैया दूज के नाम से जानते है। ये भाई-बहनों का त्योहार होता है।

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