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Diwali is the festival of lights, which is one of the most popular of all festivals. On Diwali, you will see every town, city and village are lit-up with thousands of lamps everywhere.  This day is treated as an occasion for celebrations by people all over India as well as the world. It is also well known in places like Singapore, Malaysia, Mauritius, USA, Australia and Canada.

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We are Digital Encyclopedia for this year’s Diwali. We’ve got covered with whatever you have been searching about Diwali 2020 – We are sharing the most relevant and relatable information. We are also suggesting different type Diwali 2020 Quotes, Wishes, Whatsapp Messages, Greetings, HD Images, Wallpapers, Pictures, Greeting Cards, SMS, Recipes, Rangoli Ideas, Decorative Items, Songs, Poems, Sayings, Status, Sharable photos for Family, Friends, Cousins, Relatives, Brother, Sister, Husband, Wife, Father, Mother, Lover, Boyfriend, Girlfriend, Boss and Many more Diwali 2020 stuff for all.

Life as a Celebration

In the Indian culture, there was a time when there used to be a festival every day of the year – 365 festivals in a year. The idea behind this was to make our whole life into a celebration. Today, maybe only thirty or forty festivals remain. We are not able to celebrate even those now because we have to go to the office or do something else daily. So people usually celebrate only around eight or ten festivals annually. 

(Festivals like Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Navratri, Dussehra, Janmashtami, Holi, Durga Puja, Eid-ul-Fitr, Christmas, Maha Shivratri, Rakshabandhan and few other festivals.)

If we leave it like this, the next generation will not have any festival. Majority of the people and especially younger generations are not aware of the origin, significance, and traditions of the national festivals. They will just earn and eat, earn and eat – they will go on and on with just this. It has already become like this for many people. A festival means they give you a holiday, and you wake up only at noon. Then you just eat more, go for a movie or watch television at home. And only if they take some external stimulants, will these people dance a little. Otherwise, they will not sing or dance. It wasn’t like that before. A festival meant that the whole town would gather in a place, and there would be a big celebration. A festival means we got up at four in the morning, and very actively, lots of things happened all over the house. 

We are on our mission to bring back this culture and right now we want to make Diwali 2020 as our starting initiative, we further hope to form a mutual respect for and foster the common bond that various Indian festivals share. 

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We will be covering diverse content about Diwali by touching it’s all important aspects that include the meaning, origin and significance to more interesting messages, quotes, images, songs, movies to watch, decoration, rangoli, gifts, lightings and recipes, and much more.

Stay tuned and keep on exploring our website for more interesting and relevant contents. Feel free to download and share the images, quotes, messages, posts, articles, etc. If someone has any unique ideas and thoughts to make this Diwali 2020 more memorable and sharable, then please suggest us through our Contact Us page. In future, we will also be providing more interesting content on different Indian Festivals.

Wishing you all a very Happy Diwali 2020,

Let’s hope this Diwali light’s up the whole world and kill the evil COVID-19 and, we all can live a #NormalLife. Keep in mind of the preventive measures and maintain social distancing while celebrating this time’s Diwali.

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-Team OfficialDiwali