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Diwali Greetings 2017: Top 5 Websites For Sending Diwali Wishes!

This Diwali, send digital Diwali greetings to your loved ones!

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Diwali Greetings Sites

Diwali is here – You may have already started seeing the houses being lit for this festive occasion. I am sure the sweet meats are also being prepared.

But there is one thing without which Diwali is not complete – It is the Diwali greetings. From Dhanteras, you will see Diwali greeting fill up your mail boxes. Many of them are bland simple messages but some Diwali greetings are pure awesome. I am sure you are also searching for the best Diwali greetings out there. So we decided we will give you list of websites that will have range of these Diwali greetings that you can send to your family and friends.

But first for the people who are IT Savvy. Infact, what you can do is search on Google Images for Diwali Greetings. Remember, never copy or use the same greetings which appear on Google images – They are copyrighted images.

Diwali Greeting Google Images

What you need to do is you can use them as inspiration to design your own greetings. The best Diwali greetings are the ones which you have prepared on your own.

But lets say you are not too comfortable in doing simple Diwali designs – Then there are tons of websites out there that offer you to send Greetings to your friends.

Top Diwali Greetings Sites

365 Greetings

365 Greetings is another site that offers Diwali greetings to visitors. They do not have much variety, but if you have not found a greeting to your liking, you can check out the few available ones here.

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123greetings.com

123greetings.com is one of the best sites out there for all your Diwali greeting needs. It is one of the oldest and has one of the best collection to suit every style and preference of greeting.

123 greetings Diwali

Canva

Canva is one of those versatile websites which allow you to create collages, posters, social media banners, presentations, magazine covers and much more! It offers lots of free templates with which you can design your own Diwali greeting. You can upload and include your own photographs to make it even more personal. You have to do a free signup in the beginning to be able to access all these goodies. They also have some premium content, for which you have to pay if you want to use it.

Diwali Festival

Diwalifestival.org has some wonderful Diwali greetings. You can include custom messages to make your greetings more personalized. In addition to greetings and messages, it also has Diwali-themed essays, poems, wallpapers, recipes and much more. It is definitely worth checking out.

Diwali Greetings Dot Org

Dgreetings

Dgreetings.com is a colourful website dedicated to all things Diwali. Along with Diwali greetings, you will also find Diwali quotes, wallpapers, songs, gift ideas and more. You can personalize your Diwali greetings with your and recipient’s names and a custom message.

DGreetings Diwali Greetings

This is our selection of 5 of the best sites where you can send Diwali’s greetings to your near and dear ones. If you have a favourite, do let us know in the comments below.

Wishing You All A Very Happy Diwali & A Prosperous New Year!

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  1. seeart says

    Wish you a very happy diwali from my side ….
    May this diwali gring lots of happiness nd joy in you life…

  2. Srinivas Rao says

    WISH YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND YOUR NEAR & DEAR ONES A HEALTH,
    WEALTHY, PROSPEROUS AND A VERY HAPPY DEEPAWALI.

  3. Vanish Gurbani says

    Happie diwali.

  4. Judith Judah Muttath says

    A Very Happy diwali To all My friends.
    May this year Bring Happiness and lots of Light in Our lives.

  5. Nittin Sharma says

    hapy dewali to all my friends n family..

  6. Manoj Tailor says

    Happy Diwali to all friends.

  7. Chetanya Gupta says

    happy diwali

  8. Jayesh Patel says

    Hallo, I want Best greeting Blog on Diwali

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