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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Diwali sms, diwali sms, diwali sms,sms

s diwali pe humari dua hai ki apka har sapnna pura ho,
duniya ke unche mukam apke ho,
shoharat ki bulandiyon par naam apka ho!
Wish u a very Happy Diwali!

Khushian ho overflow,masti kabhi na ho low,dosti ka surur chaya rahe,dhan aur shorat ki ho bauchar, aisa aaye aapke liye DIWALI KA TYOHAR

Sri ram ji aapke ghar sukh ki barsat karen, Dukhon ka naas karen. Prem ki phuljhari wa anar aapke ghar ko roshan kare. Roshni ke diye aapki jingagi me khusiya layen. Happy deepawali

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With gleam of Diyas
And the Echo of the Chants
May Happiness and Contentment Fill Your life
Wishing you a very happy and prosperous Diwali!!

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( Prosperous )
( New Year )

"aaj se aap ke yaha...dhan... ki barsat ho,
maa laxmi ka... vas... ho, sankatto ka.... nash... ho
har dil par aapka... raj... ho, unnati ka sar par... taj... ho
ghar me shanti ka.... vas... ho

Apun wishing u a wonderful,
super-duper, zabardast, xtra-badhiya, xtra special ekdum mast n dhinchak, bole to ekdum Jhakaas "HAPPY DiWALi"

Diwali, Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai,
sitaro ne gagan se salam bheja hai,
Mubarak ho apko ye "DIWALI"
Humne tahe dil se yeh paigam bheja hai.

Phool ki shuruvat kali se hoti hai,
Zindagi ki shuruvat pyar se hoti hai,
Pyar ki shuruvat apno se hoti hai aur
apno ki shuruvat aapse hoti hai.
* Happy Diwali *

Makki ki Roti, Nimbu ka Aachar,
Suraj Ki Kirne, Khushiyo ki Bahar,
Chand Ki Chandi, Apno ka Pyar,
Mubarak Ho Aapko, DIWALI ka Tyohar

I Pray to God to give U
aur SNEH.

Safalta Kadam Chumti rahe,
Khushi Aaspas ghumti rahe,
Yash Itna faile ki KASTURI Sharma Jaye,
Laxmi ki kripa itni ho ki BALAJI bhi dekhte rah jaye,

Deep Jalte jagmagate rahe, Hum aapko Aap hame yaad aate rahe,
Jab tak zindagi hai, dua hai hamari 'Aap Chand ki tarah Zagmagate rahe...

Aai aai Diwali aai, Saath me kitni Khushiya laayi,
Dhoom machao, mauz manao, aap sabhi ko Diwali ki badhai.
Happy Diwali

Diwali Parva hai Khushio ka,
Ujalo ka, Laxmi ka.... Is Diwali Aapki Jindagi khushio se bhari ho,
Duniya ujalo se roshan ho, ghar par Maa Laxmi ka Aagman ho...
Happy Diwali

Monday, October 29, 2007

Diwali celebrations-why? why? why?

Most of us celebrate diwali, but how many of us know the real reasons behind celebrating this festive time of year? It’s not only about having fun but there are mythical reasons behind celebrating diwali. Like…

1.Goddess Lakshmi’s Birthday: The Goddess of wealth, Lakshmi incarnated on the new moon day (amaavasyaa) of the Kartik month during the churning of the ocean (samudra-manthan), hence the association of Diwali with Lakshmi.

2. Vishnu Rescued Lakshmi: On this very day (Diwali day), Lord Vishnu in his fifth incarnation as Vaman-avtaara rescued Lakshmi from the prison of King Bali and this is another reason of worshipping Ma Larkshmi on Diwali.

3. Krishna Killed Narakaasur: On the day preceding Diwali, Lord Krishna killed the demon king Narakaasur and rescued 16,000 women from his captivity. The celebration of this freedom went on for two days including the Diwali day as a victory festival.

4. The Return of the Pandavas: According to the great epic ‘Mahabharata’, it was ‘Kartik Amavashya’ when the Pandavas appeared from their 12 years of banishment as a result of their defeat in the hands of the Kauravas at the game of dice (gambling). The subjects who loved the Pandavas celebrated the day by lighting the earthen lamps.

5. The Victory of Rama: According to the epic ‘Ramayana’, it was the new moon day of Kartik when Lord Ram, Ma Sita and Lakshman returned to Ayodhya after vanquishing Ravana and conquering Lanka. The citizens of Ayodhya decorated the entire city with the earthen lamps and illuminated it like never before.

6. Coronation of Vikramaditya: One of the greatest Hindu King Vikramaditya was coroneted on the Diwali day, hence Diwali became a historical event as well.

7. Special Day for the Arya Samaj:
It was the new moon day of Kartik (Diwali day) when Maharshi Dayananda, one of the greatest reformers of Hinduism and the founder of Arya Samaj attained his nirvana.

8. Special Day for the Jains:
Mahavir Tirthankar, considered to be the founder of modern Jainism also attained his nirvana on Diwali day.

9. Special Day for the Sikhs: The third Sikh Guru Amar Das institutionalized Diwali as a Red-Letter Day when all Sikhs would gather to receive the Gurus blessings. In 1577, the foundation stone of the Golden Temple at Amritsar was laid on Diwali. In 1619, the sixth Sikh Guru Hargobind, who was held by the Mughal Emperor Jahengir, was released from the Gwalior fort along with 52 kings.

10. The Pope’s Diwali Speech: In 1999, Pope John Paul II performed a special Eucharist in an Indian church where the altar was decorated with Diwali lamps, the Pope had a ‘tilak’ marked on his forehead and his speech was bristled with references to the festival of light.

I didn’t know the causes and reasons behind celebrating diwali but after reading this I realized that celebrating the diwali for the heck of it is different but if we know WHY we celebrate diwali it’s another thing…

Kaju Katri (recipe for diwali)

Ingredients for Kaju Katri:
Cashews: 4 cups (ground into fine powder)
Sugar: 4 cups
Water: 1 cup
Aluminium foil: 1 Sheet

Method of making Kaju Katri:

On medium heat boil the water and add sugar till it becomes into a syrup. Make the syrup thick enough for the cashews to be mixed in it. Mix the ground cashews in the syrup then turn off the gas and pour the material on an aluminium foil sheet and roll it flat with a rolling pin into a thin layer. When it is cool, cut into small diamond shapes.

Gajar Ka Halva / halwa (recipe for diwali)

Gajar Ka Halva / halwa (recipe for diwali)

Ingredients for Gajar Ka Halva

Carrots: 6 medium
Milk: 3 cups
Whole cardamom: 8
Ghee: 6 Tbs
Sugar: 6 Tbs
Golden raisins: 1-2 tbs.
Shelled, unsalted pistachios, lightly crushed - 1 Tbs.
Double cream (heavy cream), lightly whipped (optional) - 1 1/4 cups

Method of preparation for Gajar Ka Halva:

Peel the carrots and grate them either by hand or in a food processor. Put the grated carrots, milk, and cardamom pods in a heavy bottomed pot and bring to a boil. Turn head to medium and cook, stirring now and then, until there is no liquid left. Adjust the heat, if you need to. Head the oil in a non-stick frying pan over a medium-low flame. When hot, put in the carrot mixture. Stir and fry until the carrots no longer have a wet, milky look. They should turn a rich, reddish colour. This can take 10-15 minutes. Add the sugar, golden raisins, and pistachios. Stir and fry for another 2 minutes. This halva may be served warm or at room temperature. Serve the cream on the side.

Diwali Decorations how u create in ur home

Every house glitters like a jewel in the dark night sky during Diwali. People go out of their way to ornament their houses, streets, market places, schools and even slums with glittering decorations. It all starts a few weeks before Diwali when the frantic spring-cleaning gets underway. Every member of the household is expected to play a role in this ritual cleaning affair. Floors are scrubbed, the walls whitewashed and the kitchen immaculately dusted. Every man, rich or poor, young or old, follows this custom. Since Diwali marks the beginning of the Hindu New Year, it is considered auspicious to make a good start by cleaning all the rubbish of the last year. It symbolizes not only the cleaning of the house but spiritual cleaning as well. It is also said that Goddess Lakshmi, Goddess of wealth and prosperity does not visit houses that haven’t been spotlessly cleaned. Once the cleaning and whitewashing has been done, it is time for the beautiful decorations to be bought out.

Diyas are small oil lamps made out of clay. Diwali is Sanskrit for row of lamps; therefore it is but obvious that Diyas are an integral part of Diwali celebrations. They come in different shapes and sizes and patterns ranging from the intricate Rajasthani varieties to the poor man’s Diya made out of simple clay. Rows of Diyas line the entrance to the house and the areas surrounding it. This is done to guide the Goddess Lakshmi when she makes a visit to everyone’s humble abode to bless them with success. The lighting of the Diyas also portrays the victory over light, which is the central premise of the Diwali festival.

Rangolis are one of the oldest and most beautiful Indian art forms. They are patterns, usually depicting Nature, drawn on a floor or wall with powdered color made out of natural vegetable dyes. These Rangolis are drawn at the entrance of the house, again to welcome Goddess Lakshmi. It is also considered auspicious to draw Rangolis in the courtyard of the house or the living room, a place where every member of the family gathers.

Idols of Gods and Goddesses
On this auspicious day, the idols of Lord Ganesha and Goddess Lakshmi are worshipped. They are first thoroughly cleaned, then ornamented in jewels, many a times the jewels are real gold and pearls and at other times they are garish cosmetic jewelry. These idols then occupy the pride of the place in the family mandir (temple). Garlands made out of the fragrant jasmine as well as other flowers are placed at the feet of these idols, along with a Puja Thali .

Diwali Lights and Lamps
Many people decorate their houses with rows and rows of electric lights in different colors. These lights cascade from balconies, are coiled around a tree or strung along electrical wires in the market place. They create a mesmerizing atmosphere with their shimmering glow. Since Diwali is celebrated in early November, most people, excluding the markets, leave the lights up till Christmas and New Year.

Diwali Rangolis how u make......

Rangolis are one of the oldest and most beautiful art forms of India. Simply put Rangolis are patterns or motifs, usually depicting Nature, drawn on the floor or a wall with powdered color made out of natural vegetable dyes. The term Rangoli is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘rang’ which means color, and ‘aavalli’ which means rows or creepers. So a Rangoli is basically a row of color, weaved into a pattern of sorts.

These beautiful painted Rangolis immediately remind one of the royal Rajput houses where Rangolis were drawn all year round but the grandest and most beautiful one’s were drawn only on Diwali. Even today people follow that custom as they decorate their houses with these Diwali Rangolis in order to appease Goddess Lakshmi and welcome her to their houses.

Origin of Diwali Rangolis
According to the Chitralakshana, the earliest Indian treatise on painting, when the son of a King’s high priest died, the king was most distressed. Brahma, lord of the universe decided to help the king and asked him to paint a likeness of the boy on the wall so that Brahma could breathe life into him again. That was believed to be the first Rangoli. Another legend has it that God, in one of his creative moods, extracted the juice of a mango and painted with it the figure of a woman so beautiful that the painting put all the maidens in heaven at shame!

The Indian Kings and royal families to gave impetus to this art form which it was believed that only the very skilled could attempt. The Chola rulers are notable in their propagation of the art of Rangolis. Like Hindu and Buddhist Mandalas, the reason for using powder or sand as a medium for creating Rangoli (and its resulting fragility) is sometimes thought to be a metaphor for the impermanence of life and Maya.

The Art of Rangolis
The motifs of a traditional Diwali Rangoli usually depict obejects of Nature like peacocks, swans, flowers, a tree or the sea. Generally the colors were made from Natural dyes, from barks of trees, indigo vegetables and so on and so forth. However, today synthetic colors in a range of bright colors seem to be the norm. The designs are symbolic and common to the entire country, and can include geometrical patterns, with lines, dots, squares; the swastika, lotus, footprints (supposed to be of goddess Lakshmi), creepers, and animals. These motifs often are modified to fit in with the local images and rhythms. One important point is that the entire pattern must be an unbroken line, with no gaps to be left anywhere for evil spirits to enter.

These beautiful Rangolis are especially painted at the entrance of all houses during Diwali to welcome Goddess Lakshmi. Many decorations are carried out solely for the benefit of this ubiquitous Goddess, however Rangolis are the most regal and essential out of them all. Rangoli also has a religious significance, enhancing the beauty of the surroundings and spreading joy and happiness all around. The Divali festival is widely celebrated with Rangoli, since at this time, people visit each other's homes to exchange greetings and sweets.

Diwali Diyas how u make and enjoy

The Indian festival of lights Diwali is traditionally lit up by huge numbers of Diya, small clay lamps. Diya is a contracted form of light given by small earthen pots with wick made of cotton and dipped in ghee. They are also used for praying to the deceased ancestors and are floated on leaves over the holy rivers like the Ganges at Haridwar. They have long been linked with Diwali tradition and are today the most integral of all the Diwali decorations.

Tradition Of Diwali Diyas
It is said that when Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile, the people were overjoyed to see him along with Sita and Lakshman. Since it was a no moon night, people lit up candles and diyas along Lord Rama’s path. Once he reached his abode, there was also a dazzling display of fireworks. Everybody sang, and danced in celebration and welcomed their king with open arms and hearts. Since then, each year that day came to be celebrated as Diwali, and the Diwali Diya became its most conspicuous feature. Today these small earthen lamps can be found lit in every home, office and temple.

Different Types Of Diyas
There are different types of Diwali Diyas. Traditionally a potter made the diyas but these days they are commercially manufactured. The latest rage this season are the rather enthralling Electrical Diyas. They come in all shapes and sizes - fitted inside the statues of idols, in Puja trays, and inside candles, pencils even rotating diyas. Then there are the designer diyas, made of silver, and embedded with semi precious gems, which have hit the market. Though they are available only at select outlets, there are quite a few takers for them, especially for use as corporate gifts or giving them during the wedding season.

During Diwali, various shops showcase brilliant diyas and lamps crafted by ceramic designers from all over the country. There are also diyas with zari and mirror in exuberant colors. Delightfully, imaginative diyas with sharply cut edges, embellished with cutwork are covered and filled with bright colored wax.

Mirror work and zari embellished deep, traditional diyas as well as those embellished with fragrant dried flowers, Ganesha and Lakshmi diyas with 21 or 11 spouts, diyas shaped like China leaves and shaded roses, tiny Parvati Ganesha lamps and many other design vie for attention. Made out of clay, the diyas in vivid shades of yellow, blue, pink; gold and silver are well crafted.

Diwali Fireworks , pls care to ur self

The festival of lights, Diwali, brings fun, joy and togetherness. Children and youth look eagerly forward for the arrival of the festival. In fact, they begin bursting of crackers and playing with fireworks well before the festival. Diwali marks the triumph of good over evil and dispels darkness. Unfortunately, improper handling and playing with fireworks mar the celebrations every year. Therefore one must learn to be extremely cautious while dealing with these precarious fireworks. Diwali Fireworks Traditions It is said that when Lord Rama returned to Ayodhya after 14 years of exile, the people were overjoyed to see him along with Sita and Lakshman. Since it was a no moon night, people lit up candles and diyas along Lord Rama’s path. Once he reached his abode, there was also dazzling display of fireworks which lit up the night sky and left everyone mesmerized. Everybody sang, and danced in celebration and welcomed their king with open arms and hearts. Since then, each year that day came to be celebrated as Diwali, and the Diwali Fireworks became its most conspicuous feature.

Do and Don’ts
  • An adult should always supervise the use of fireworks by children.
  • Check the area before igniting fireworks to ensure that all inflammable and combustible materials are removed.
  • Follow all safety precautions issued with the fireworks.
  • Ensure that your children don't engage in dangerous pranks such as throwing lighted crackers or sparklers at others, or try to make fireworks themselves.
  • Never use fireworks inside a vehicle
  • Never ignite fireworks while holding them. Put them down, then ignite them and walk away.
  • Wear close-fitting clothes of thick material instead of loose or flowing garments.
  • Flying fireworks - rockets, missiles, etc. - should always be lighted in open grounds pointing straight up.
  • Firecrackers, bombs and flowerpots should not be lighted holding them. It is always safer to light them from the side without bending over them.
  • Keep a fire extinguisher or bucket of water nearby to extinguish any incipient fire.
  • Keep burn ointments handy.
  • Use a candle or an agarbathi to ignite fireworks. They burn without an open flame and provide a greater and safer distance between your hands and the fireworks.

Sunday, October 28, 2007

diwali sms for all

With gleam of Diyas and the echo of the chants may Happiness and Contentment fill your life. Wishing you a very happy & prosperous Diwali!!

Lakhsmi ka Hath ho, Saraswati ka Sath ho, Ganesh ka niwas ho, Aapke jeevan mai prakash hi prakash ho...."HAPPY DIWALI".

I pray to God to give uShukhShantiShaktiSampatiSwarupSaiyamSaadgiSafaltaSamridhiSanskaarSwaasthSammaanSarswatiSneh k sath Shubh Deewali.

Plz Wait,I want to take ur Photo,SMILE Plz, Click, Got.... Developing.... Plz Wait..... Processing.... BHOOT ka kabhi photo ata hai kya?

Jo Palpal chlati rahe wo zindagi,Jo harpal jalti rahe wo roshni,Jo palpal khiti rahe wo mohabbat,jo kisi pal sath na chode wo dosti!

Every morning U are the first thing that come 2 my mind.I wish I would start my day with U in my bed. I Luv ur feel on my lips. U just make my day.I luv U Nescafe.

Roses are waiting for hours, need one touch of yours. my life is like a rose, need one love dose. flowers grows with love & sunshine, & i'll live till you remain mine.

Gita me Likha hai....Are yahan nahi Gita me likha hai...

Friendship`s like a lonely flower that blossoms any where as long as it is tended with gentli, loving care and like a flower,friend ship makes tha world seems fresh,new and beautiful


zindegi terebina adhura hai.najane q teremere beech meinye doori hai.sochta hun kabhi bhuladun tujhko.per tera ek muskan meri kamjori hai

tujhe dekhe bina tere taswir bana dun,tujhe mile bina tera hal batadu,hai mere dosti mein itna dum ki tere aankh ka ansu apne aankh se giradun

someone remembers,someone cares, ur name is whispered in someones prayer,keep the stary twinkle in view, someone is always thinking of u

the best cosmetic for lips is truth,for the voice is prayer,for the eyes is pity,for the hands is charity,and for the heart is FRIEND LIKE U

Aapi shako to aapni dosti magu chu,dil thi dil no sahkar magu chu,fikar na karo dosti per jaan lutavi dais,rokdo vyavhar che kya, udhar mangu chu...HAPPY NAVRATRI!

Dil ka Rishta hai hamara,Dil ke kone me hai Naam tumahra,Her yaad me hai chehra tumahra,SMS nahi to kya hua Zindagi bhar saath nibhane ka wada hai hamara.

Happy Diwali SMS Messages and Greetings

May This Diwali be as bright as ever. May this Diwali bring joy, health and wealth to you. May the festival of lights brighten up you and your near and dear ones lives. May this Diwali bring in u the most brightest and choicest happiness and love you have ever Wished for. May this Diwali bring you the utmost in peace and prosperity. May lights triumph over darkness. May peace transcend the earth. May the spirit of light illuminate the world. May the light that we celebrate at Diwali show us the way and lead us together on the path of peace and social harmony "WISH U A VERY HAPPY DIWALI


Apun wishing u a wonderful,super-duper, zabardast, xtra-badhiya, xtra special ekdum mast n dhinchak, bole to ekdum Jhakaas "HAPPY DiWALi"

As the candlelight flame, Ur life may always be happiness' claim; As the mountain high, U move without sigh; like the white linen flair, Purity is always an affair; As sunshine creates morning glory, fragrance fills years as flory; with the immaculate eternal smile, attached to u mile after mile; All darkness is far away, As light is on its way; Wish all of u a very happy diwali.


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* "aaj se aap ke yaha...dhan... ki barsat ho,maa laxmi ka... vas... ho, sankatto ka.... nash... hohar dil par aapka... raj... ho, unnati ka sar par... taj... hoghar me shanti ka.... vas... ho* HAPPY DIWALI *


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Deepak ka prakash har pal aapke Jivan me ek nayi roshni de,bas yahi shubhkamna hai hamari aapke liye Diwali ke is pawan avsar par. !! Happy Diwali !!


May the joy, cheer,
Mirth and merriment
Of this divine festival
Surround you forever.
May the happiness,
That this season brings
Brighten your life
And, hope the year
Brings you luck and
Fulfills all your dearest dreams!


Sukh, Shanti, Samadhan, Samruddhi, Aaishwarya, Arogya, Pratishtha ya Saptarangi Divya ni aaple Jeevan Prakashmay hovo.Happy Deepavali



Aai aai diwali aai,
Saath me kitni khushiyan layi,
Dhoom machao, mauz manao,
Aap sabhi ko diwali ki badhai.
Happy Diwali.
Ajse aapke yahan dhan ki barsat ho,
Maa laxmi ka vass ho,
Sankaton ka nash ho,
Har dil pe apka raj ho,
Unnati ka sar pe taj ho,
Wish you a very Happy Diwali!
May the beauty
Of deepavali season
Fill your home with
And may the coming year
Provide you with all
That bring you joy!
Deepawali ke ish subh absar per
Meri subhkamnaye kabool kijiyega,
Khusi ke ish mahool mein
Humko bhi samil kijiyega.

hearts could only love 4a while,u can put many relation in a file,u can make a desert from the nile,but u cant stop my smile ,when i see ur name on my mobile

help ever....hurt ever....hate never....give ever...except ever...cry never...think me ever...forget me never

When God open the window of heaven he saw me & asked "Wht is ur wish 2day?" I said" Lord, Take Care of the DEAR ONE who is reading this SMS!"

it's like reaching 4 a star,u know u can't reach it,but u keep trying,coz...may be 1 day that star just might fall 4 u!gud morning.

Aeni Fariyaad meri ki meinu yaad rakhi,Mere naal beete pal abaad rakhi,jo ve pyar karde ne tenu unna wichon mera pyaar yaad rakhi,Bhave meinu sabna toh baad rakhi..............

Dur hoke vi jisda saath hove,har pal jisda ehsaas hove,Gurri rahe har pal kade fiki na hove!Yaari laiye eho jehi, Jehri umaran dil na muhtaj hove!...

#;----------;#This is a bridgeof friendship, when you"re sad & lonely,cross itI"ll wait on the other side &if u r afraid just tell I"ll cross it!!I'm your friend 4 ever.Good Morning! Take care....!

If I had a cameraI'll snap ur every momentevery smileevery memoryn my.... kitchen to scare the mouse...

Prayer of Bachelors:Radhe Radhe...Kudi Fasade!Hare Murari...Howe Kunwari!jai Hanuman Di...Howe Mere Haan Di!Wahe Guru Ji Da Khalsa...Mukhda Howe Chaand Sa!!!

Is SMS ko ek DINTak na dekhna!Surprise hai!na dekhna!Mainu pata c tusinahi rukna ?=dekh lo* Happy Diwali *Remember I wished you FIRST of all.

Prayer of Bachelors:Radhe Radhe...Kudi Fasade!Hare Murari...Howe Kunwari!jai Hanuman Di...Howe Mere Haan Di!Wahe Guru Ji Da Khalsa...Mukhda Howe Chaand Sa!!!

Is SMS ko ek DINTak na dekhna!Surprise hai!na dekhna!Mainu pata c tusinahi rukna ?=dekh lo* Happy Diwali *Remember I wished you FIRST of all.

24 sweet hours makes 1 sweet day!7 Sweet days makes 1 sweet week!4 Sweet weaks make 1 sweet month!1 Sweet person like u makes the life sweet.

With my1 heart2 eyes7 liter blood206 bones4.5 million red cells60 trillion D N A"S...All wishing you a very very HAPPY DIWALI!

Barsenge, Barsenge, kal fir SMS Barsenge...Aapki 5 paise ki muskan ke liye hum fir 1 rupayakharchenge :-) ...........!

Main aisa MSG hu jise murkh log padte hai,nalayak log dusro ko forward karte hai,gadhe delete karte hai aur pagal store kar lete hai.Aap kya karne wale hai :-)

Barsenge, Barsenge, kal fir SMS Barsenge...Aapki 5 paise ki muskan ke liye hum fir 1 rupayakharchenge :-) ...........!

"Manzil ki taraf badhte chalo. Jo Dil kahe usi rah ko chuno, piche walo ko age na jaane do aur jo aage hai unse aage niklo. Tabhi 1 acche Truck Driver banoge.... Ha ha ha ha

Feelings R Many, but Words R few...Clouds R dark, but Sky is blue...Love is a paper, Life is a glue...Everything is false... but Friendship is True...!!

Morning is God's way of saying '1 more time... Go, live life, Make a difference, touch ones heart, encourage 1's mind, inspire 1's soul & enjoy d day...' 1 more time.

A good friend is like a computer;me'enter' ur life,'save'u in my heart,'format'ur problems, 'shift'u 2 opportunities & never'deletes' u.

This Love is LOVE the LOVE best LOVE way LOVE to LOVE say LOVE to LOVE U LOVE that LOVE I LOVE Miss LOVE U LOVE.**read it again without word LOVE.

Bhool se koi bhool hui to bhool samajh kar bhool jana.Are bhoolna sirf bhool ko, bhool se bhi hame na bhulana.

r e m e m b e r that there will always bes o m e o n ewhoremembers u everydaywith or withoutmessages!that's me...!

Dali ne dali par nazar dali, kisi ne is par dali, kisi ne uspar dali, hum ne jis par nazar dali, uske baap ne uski shaadi kahin aur kar dali.

10 days312 hours18720 mins..1123200 seconds...are left.... I think i am the first person to wish U HAPPY DIWALI....

Hello!! Whats' wrong with your mobile Tired so many times but it says "The subscriber your are trying to reach is in your heart"!!

Braindetector activated, calibrating, now searching.........stillsearching......get a good grip of your brains found.

Do u know d full FORM of DAIRY MILK ??? D--Darling A--Always I--IR--Remamber Y--You M--Meet I--Immidiatly F--For A--A L--Long K--Kiss

HALLO, this is your mobile. There is no particular problem. I justwanted to leave your pocket, want the smell is unbearable!!!

He, who loses money, loses much;He, who loses a friend, loses much more;He, who loses faith, loses all.

jam karwa hai magar itna bhi nahi ke piya na jaye zindgi main dard hai magar itna bhi nahi ki jiya na jaye SMS ka charge hai magar itna bhi nahi ki kiya na jaye...

Friends, you and me...You brought another friend...And then there were 3...We started our group...Our circle of friends...And like that circle...There is no beginning or end ...

Message pe message bhejte ho, bhej bhej ke bheja kharab karte ho, bhejte ho toh bhi kya bhejte ho, khudka bheja to chalta nahin , doosron ka bheja hua bhejte ho

100 bewafa kabul hai 1 wafa ke liye,100 aansu kabul hai 1 hasi ke liye,aap ki dosti pe 100 dusman kabul hai aap jaise dost ke liye

Bhagwan se Pani manga to sagar diya,Phool manga to bageecha diya,Ghar manga to mahal diya,Paisa manga to aap ka number diya....KAB Aau LENE!

Past is Experience!Present is Experiement!Future is Expectation!Use your Experience in your experiment to achieve your expectations!Have a Nice day!

Is kadar hamari DOSTI ka imtihan na lijiye!Kyo ho khafa ye bayan to kijiye!Kar digiye maaf agar ho gayi galti!yu SMS na karke hame SAZA to na Digiye

diwali sms great collection

Phool ki shuruvat kali se hoti hai,Zindagi ki shuruvat pyar se hoti hai,Pyar ki shuruvat apno se hoti hai aurapno ki shuruvat aapse hoti hai.* Happy Diwali *

Diwali, Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai,sitaro ne gagan se salam bheja hai,Mubarak ho apko ye "DIWALI"Humne tahe dil se yeh paigam bheja hai.

Gul ne gulshan se gulfam bheja hai, sitaro ne gagan se salam bheja hai, Mubarak ho apko ye "DIWALI" Humne tahe dil se yeh paigam bheja hai.

All wishing you a very very With my 1 heart 2 eyes 7 liter blood 206 bones 4.5 million red cells 60 trillion D N A"S... All wishing you a very very HAPPY DIWALI

DIWALI DHAMAKA Send Your Girlfriend To Me & Get A Child Free. ......Hurry...... 1st 10 Entries Will Get Twins.....

Kumkum bhare kadmon se aaye LAYXMIJEE apke dwar,sukh sampati mile aapko apar,Deepawali kisubhkamnain kare sweekar. HAPPY DIWALI

Diwali Candles how to make and enjoy

Diwali candles form a major part of the Diwali gifts, as it has been a tradition since time immemorial to light up the homes on the eve of Diwali. And what better way can there be other than the Diwali candles, which can light up our homes on Deepavali. As the times changed so did the ways of celebrating the festival of lights as electric lamps took the place of earthen pots, classic dry fruit boxes took the place of ordinary sweet boxes, but one thing which never changed were the usage of Diwali candles, which are still used as they were used 10 years ago.

Tea Light Candles

Tea light candles come in a beautiful pack, which contains 50 of these tea light candles. These candles are small in sizes and are round in shape and give a nice fragrance on burning. As these tea light candles are made up of high quality wax, so they can easily burn for hours giving out a nice fragrance.

Sparkling Gel

CandlesNowadays people are getting more and more attracted towards the sparkling gel candles, which consist of one big and two small gel candles available in diya shaped glass containers. This candle set is based on the concept of chakra that proposes to harmonize the positive spirit in one's life.

Golden Spiral Candles

Another choice for Diwali candle can be the pack of four golden spiral candles. These candles made up of high quality wax have the potential of casting beautiful radiance all around them on burning.Petite Gel CandlesThe set of petite gel candles contains three petite glass pots, which consist of colored wax. The high quality wax in these gel pots ensures that they burn for hours. These candles can be put up in showcases as perfect show pieces.

Deeepawali Poems or Diwali poems

It is the sequel
To the earlier dawn of liberation
In the dark backward
And abysm of legendary time,
When the incarnate
Ogrish horror scored
Endless goals of gore
Agaist humanity;
And the divine power
Turned the tide
Into a victorious sitter
Of triumph
Against the sport of sanguine death
In the field
With a fatal finish.
This dawn awakens
In grateful warmth of heart
To the Lord of Lords,
When every drop
Of water
Is a Ganga of ablution
The grace auspicious
The beaming goddess of largesse
In peak of showers
Swells and smiles
The shriven sin
Contrite bliss of calm,
Hails without gall
The festive morn
Saluting the new linen
The annointed sheen
Of countless souls.
His true self gained,
Basks in universal love

Diwali Chocolates

Diwali is the festival of sweets and more sweets, no matter of what types. All kinds of sweets can be found at the time of Diwali. You name the sweet and at one point or another you get to taste that sweet at the time of Diwali. Of all these sweets the Diwali chocolates are the most favorite. Either these Diwali chocolates are used for gifting others or are used for the visitors at the time of Diwali. Well here some delicious suggestions for the different varieties of Diwali chocolates.
Ferrero Rocher
24Ferrore Rocher chocolates have a name of their own in the field of chocolates. Well these chocolates are the best option for Diwali gifts for your loved ones who are ardent lovers of chocolates. These mouth-watering chocolates come in individual wrappings so that their freshness can be preserved. These smooth, creamy soft chocolates are just enough for making any chocolate lover go weak in the knees. ]
Cadbury Nut Butter
ScotchCadbury chocolates offer the flavors, which are exclusively packed in airtight tin boxes. These chocolates have candied cashews bits enrobed in them which make them all the more delicious. These chocolates are difficult to resist and can be perfect gifts for all your loved ones.
Cadbury Cashew
MagicCadbury offers another version of mouth-watering chocolates in exclusively packed airtight tin boxes. These Cashew Magic chocolates have candied cashew bits enrobed in crunchy chocolates. It is ideal Diwali gifts for your dear ones who keep on looking for excuses to have a bite of the chocolates.

Diwali Gifts for all

Diwali is more than just being a festival, as it is also a time of being together with your family, friends and loved ones. Diwali is also a time for gifting Diwali gifts and presents to each other to mark the celebrations of this grand festival of lights. In fact Diwali gifts are the best way of conveying your love and care for your near and dear ones. Well buying Diwali gifts for all the family members can be easy but Diwali gifts for brothers have always been a challenge. As the Diwali gifts for brothers should be graceful, elegant, expressive enough to convey your Diwali greetings and also should be able to verbalize your feelings of celebrating this beautiful festival of Diwali with him.

To help you in selecting the best Diwali gifts for your brother we have given certain suggestions for Diwali gifts for brothers which can lend you a helping hand in impressing your brother this Diwali with the help of some fabulous Diwali gifts.

Mobile Stand
Gift your brother this Diwali the most useful thing he would have ever received from anyone. A Mobile stand would not only cater to his need for a suitable place for keeping his mobile but would also keep reminding him of you every time he has a look at the mobile stand. There are different kinds of mobile stands available in the market like the plastic mobile stand or glass mobile stands but of these entire mobile stands the wooden mobile stand is just the best mobile stand to gift some one.
Floral Candles

This Diwali fill up your brother's room with a nice fragrance by gifting him the best of floral candles. Usually these candles carry some images or design on them like a sunflower, diya or some cracker. These floral candles come in different shapes and sizes also. Only look for those candles, which are made up of high quality wax so that these floral candles can burn for hours so that they can effectively convey your Diwali greetings to your brother.
Ram Durbar
If you wish to present some thing divine to your brother for this Diwali then Ram Durbar would be the best option for you. The Ram Durbar is basically he idols of Lord Ram, Sita, Lakshman and Hanuman seated with His hands folded and seeking lord Ram's blessings. Try looking for Ram durbar in brass, which can be preserved for a long time by your brother. If you are living in a foreign country or your brother is not in India, then you can also send this diwali gift to India with the help of many online websites.

Ferrero Rocher

ChocolatesIf your brother is an ardent lover of chocolates then your task of looking for the best Diwali gift for your brother becomes all the more easy as you can present him with the most delicious chocolates from Ferrero Rocher. The Ferrero Rocher chocolates are considered to be the most crispy and crunchy of all the chocolates available in the market. In fact these creamy soft milk chocolate pieces are just breathtaking for any chocoholic.

Diwali or Deepavali both are same festival no difference

Diwali, also called Deepavali, is a major Indian festival that is very significant in Hinduism, Sikhism, and Jainism. Known as the "Festival of Lights," it symbolises the victory of good over evil, and lamps are lit as a sign of celebration and hope for humankind. Celebrations focus on lights and lamps, particularly traditional or deeya (earthen lamp, as illustrated). Fireworks are associated with the festival. Diwali is a colloquial name used in North India, while the festival is formally called Deepavali in South India.
Diwali is celebrated for three consecutive days at the end of Hindu month of Ashwayuja. It usually occurs in October/November, and is one of the most popular and eagerly awaited festivals in India. Diwali comes exactly twenty days after Dussehra. Hindus and Sikhs alike regard it as a celebration of life and use the occasion to strengthen family and social relationships. For Hindus it is one of the most important festivals, and beginning of the year in some Hindu calendars. There are several beliefs regarding the origin of the holiday. The most repeated version is that Hindus celebrate Diwali to mark the time when Lord Rama achieved victory over Ravana. Some also view it as the day Krishna defeated the demon Narakasura or in honor of the day Bali went to rule the nether-world, obeying the order of Vishnu. It is also a significant festival for the Sikh faith. In India, diwali is now considered to be more of a national festival, and the aesthetic aspect of the festival is enjoyed by most Indians regardless of faith.
Significance in Hinduism
The festival marks the victory of good over evil. The Sanskrit word Deepavali means an array of lights that stands for victory of brightness over darkness. As the knowledge of Sanskrit diminished, the name was popularly modified to Diwali, especially in northern India. In South India, Diwali does not coincide with the beginning of a new year as South Indians follow a different calendar, the calendar. On the day of Diwali, many wear new clothes, share sweets and snacks, and light firecrackers. Some North Indian business communities start their financial year on Diwali and new account books are opened on this day.Hindus find cause to celebrate this festival for different reasons.
Esoteric Significance
While Deepavali is popularly known as the "festival of lights", the most significant esoteric meaning is "the awareness of the inner light".
Central to Hindu philosophy, is the assertion that there is something beyond the physical body and mind which is pure, infinite, and eternal, called the Atman. Just as we celebrate the birth of our physical being, Deepavali is the celebration of this Inner Light, in particular the knowing of which outshines all darkness (removes all obstacles and dispels all ignorance), awakening the individual to one's true nature, not as the body, but as the unchanging, infinite, immanent and transcendent reality. With the realization of the Atman, come universal compassion, love, and the awareness of the oneness of all things (higher knowledge). This brings Ananda.2) Naraka Chaturdasi: Chaturdasi is the fourteenth day on which demon Narakasura was killed. It signifies the victory of good over evil and light over darkness (Gujarati: Kali Chaudas). In south India, this is the actual day of festivities. Hindus wake up way before dawn as early as 2.00 in the morning, have a fragrant oil bath and wear new clothes. They light small lamps all around the house and draw elaborate kolams /rangolis outside their homes. They perform a special puja with offerings to Lord Sri Krishna or Lord Sri Vishnu, as he liberated the world from the demon Narakasura on this day. It is believed that taking a bath before sunrise, when the stars are still visible in the sky is equivalent to taking a bath in the holy Ganges. Hence, when people greet each other in the morning, they ask "Have you performed your Ganga Snaanam?". After the puja, children burst firecrackers heralding the defeat of the demon. As this is a day of rejoicement, many will have very elaborate breakfasts and lunches and meet family and friends. In the evening, lamps are again lit and Goddess Lakshmi is worshipped and offered special dishes. This being a no moon day, many will offer special tarpana (offerings of water and sesame seeds) to their ancestors.
3) Diwali: the actual day of Diwali, is celebrated on the third day of the festival, when the moon completely wanes and total darkness sets in the night sky.
4) Govardhan Puja or also called Annakut is celebrated as the day Krishna defeated Indra. For Annakut a mountain of food is decorated symbolizing Govardhan Mountain lifted by Lord Krishna. In Maharashtra it is celebrated as Padva or BaliPratipada. The day commemorates King Bali. Men present gifts to their wives on this day.
5) Bhayiduj (also Bhayyaduj, Bhaubeej or Bhayitika) — on this day, brothers and sisters meet to express their love and affection for each other (Gujarati: Bhai Bij, Bengali: Bhai Phota). Most Indian festivals bring together families; Bhaiduj brings together married sisters and brothers, and is a significant festive day for them. This festival is ancient, and pre-dates 'Raksha Bandhan' another brother-sister festival being celebrated today.
To enhance the joy of Diwali both the young and the old light firecrackers and fireworks at night. Nowadays there is a significant growth in campaigns on creating awareness over the adverse impacts of noise and air pollution. Some Governments drive to keep the festival less noisy and pollution-free. The Tamil Nadu Pollution Control Board has banned production of crackers with over 125 decibel levels. In survey of UP Pollution Control Board, it was revealed that the emission of smoke was found more in the light illuminating fire crackers. Levels of SO2 (Sulphur dioxide) and RSPM (respirable suspended particulate matter) was found marginally higher on Diwali day. Crackers, which use large quantities of sulphur and paper, spew out sulphur dioxide and charcoal into the air. Considering these facts, bursting of crackers is prohibited in silent zones i.e. near hospitals, schools and courts.

Diwali True Stories

Diwali is one of the most important festivals celebrated in India. It is celebrated on the darkest night of the year, which usually falls sometime in the beginning of November. Diwali, though, is the festival of lights.
All over India, homes are decorated with lights and earthenware lamps filled with oil. These lamps are called diyas. The name 'Diwali' is from the Sanskrit 'dipavali', which means 'row of lamps'. Diyas are lit in every house to banish the dark and welcome in good luck and good fortune.
People wear new clothes, meet their friends and relatives, eat good food, give each other sweets and gifts, decorate their houses with flowers and lights and Rangoli patterns, and set off fireworks.
In the evening, many people hold a small prayer or puja in their homes. They honour Ganesh, the god of wisdom and good luck, the one who removes all obstacles from life; and they worship Lakshmi, the goddess of prosperity and good fortune. Lights are left burning all night, so that Lakshmi may feel welcome and enter.
Diwali is also the start of the New Year for many communities in India.
Diwali is a festival of joy, prosperity and good luck, and a celebration of the victory of good over evil - which is expressed through different stories in different parts of India.

Monday, October 22, 2007

diwali sms

Diwali aai, masti chahi, rangi rangoli,
deep jalaye, Dhoom Dhadaka, chhoda phataka, jali Phuljadiyan,
Sabko Bhaye, "Happy Diwali"

Diwali Parva hai Khushio ka,
Ujalo ka, Laxmi ka.... Is Diwali Aapki Jindagi khushio se bhari ho,
Duniya ujalo se roshan ho, ghar par Maa Laxmi ka Aagman ho...
Happy Diwali

Laxmi aayegi itni ki sab jagah Naam hoga,
Din raat vyapar bade itna adhik kaam hoga,
Ghar Pariwar samaj me banoge Sartaj, Yehi Kamna hai hamari aap ke liye
Diwali ki Dhero Shubh Kamanaye.

Aai aai Diwali aai, Saath me kitni Khushiya laayi,
Dhoom machao, mauz manao, aap sabhi ko Diwali ki badhai.
Happy Diwali