Diwali, the Festival of Lights!  Share the joy of this wonderful Hindu holiday by sending elegant Diwali cards to friends and family from PurpleTrail, or host a festive celebration of your own with creative Diwali party invitations. Let PurpleTrail take the guess work out of your wording with this Diwali card wording inspiration.

Diwali Cards

Blue Typographic Diwali Card Wording

Whether you’re throwing a party or just sending your loved ones well-wishes, PurpleTrail has a lovely collection of Diwali cards. You’re sure to find something to suit your style.

Diwali Explained

A major festival in India, Diwali is celebrated on a new moon night sometime in the months of October or November. The exact day of the festival is decided according to the Hindu calendar. The day is primarily celebrated to honor the return of Lord Rama from his 14 years of exile, but there are various other stories associated with the festival. Indians celebrate this day as the start of the new business year. People light up their homes 2-3 days prior to the festival and gifts are exchanged between friends and families.

Diwali is also known as Deepavali, the “deep” meaning “light” and “avali” meaning “row.” While it’s primarily and Indian holiday, Diwali is widely celebrated in many countries such as Malaysia, Sri Lanka, Singapore, Nepal, Myanmar, Maurititus and Fiji. Sending cards for Diwali is a great way to wish your friends and family love, light, luck, happiness and wealth. If you have siblings, make sure to send them cards as well as traditionally brothers and sisters affirm sibling love and look after one another on the final day of Diwali.

Diwali Card Wording Ideas

Wishing you a very Happy and Prosperous Diwali!


Shubh Deepavali!


Peace, Prosperity, Good Fortune…May they all be with you in the coming year.  Happy Diwali!


May the divine light of Diwali spread happiness, peace, and prosperity to your home!  Happy Diwali!


Wishing you brightness in your heart during this festival of light.


Shubh Deepavali! On this festival season, sending your way a colorful wish. May you have a sparkling Deepawali.


Happy Diwali – Have a prosperous Diwali. Hope this festival of lights brings you every joy and blessing.


Just wanted to wish a
little sunshine back
into the heart of someone
who gives it away all year long.


Happiness is in air
Its Diwali everywhere

Lets show some love and care
And wish everyone out there

Happy Diwali!


Every sister’s wish this day,
may all the prosperity and
good luck come your way.

We hope you’d been inspired by these Diwali card wording ideas. For more information on Diwali, check out this blog post. If you’re hosting a party, this site provides plenty of delicious recipe ideas. Happy Diwali!

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