Diwali is like an Indian Christmas. A time of year celebrated with family and friends where cards and gifts are sent/received and lots of food is eaten! New clothes are worn and extra effort is made to visit or call those we haven’t seen or spoken to in a while. Homes are decorated and lit up with diya (candles) in the evening to bring love, luck and light in for the new year.
If you don’t get the chance to see family or friends over the year, use this opportunity to let them know you love them and are thinking of them. Arrange a get together or update them on any recent news that they may not have heard along with sending love, light and good wishes.
The messages don’t have to be lengthy, just more thoughtful is always nice. Below are my some of my favourite Diwali messages…
- Peace, prosperity and good fortune…May they all be with you in the coming year. Happy Diwali!
- Wishing you brightness in your heart and home this Diwali.
- Sending you beautiful colourful wishes this Diwali, may your year be filled with love, light, wealth and good health. Happy Diwali.
- Hope this Diwali brings you every joy and blessing. Happy Diwali.
If you’re still struggling of things to write, i’m sure a short, sweet and simple Happy Diwali would be fine too.
2 thoughts on “What To Write In A Card – Diwali”
Hello, I love your products .. this year with a new baby we have been disorganized and haven’t sorted out Diwali cards and gifts for family in India and South Africa. I wondered if at some stage you might produce some eCards – would be amazingly useful for last minute missives… For birthdays and other festivals too!
Sorry for the late reply Rachael. I will look into maybe creating a downloadable for next year though 🙂 x