Advance Happy Diwali Messages/Wishes 2016As I said earlier Advance Diwali Greetings is a great way to show your affection and care towards loved ones. Here we have listed some of the best happy Diwali 2016 advance wishes that should bring smile to reader’s face. We will very well embed all the things with happy Diwali in advance images so that you have all sort of possible mediums to wish people this grand festival.
Below are some Advance Happy Diwali messages:
First message is in Punjabi language. Send it just 1 day prior to Diwali so that it make sense:
Es message nu 1 din tk na dekhna..
Mai kyaa mt dekho..
Mainu pta si tusi na manoge..
Chlo ab dekh hi liya to..
Wish you Happy Diwali 2016 in Advance..May God shower health and wealth this Diwali :)
We have messages for Hindi, English, Marathi, Telugu, Malayalam and all other local languages.
Here are Happy Diwali Advance Messages in Hindi
Kya bharosa Mobile ka, battery ka, network ka, hmaara, aapka..
Isi liye Happy Diwali in Advance
Sher kbhi chup kr shikaar nhi krna aata
Apno ko khul kr vaar krna nhi aata
11 Octboer ka kya intezar krna
Abhi se Wish You Happy Diwali in Advance
Eco Friendly Crackers
How can we forget English, here are few Advance Diwali Wishes in English
Hey, just one news for you..
I have started accepting Diwali Gifts in form of Cash, Deposite, Gold etc..
Kindly do not wait for Diwali, deposit soon to avoid last minute rush
I know it might be bit early to wish Diwali now but going chronicle this time. Starting with the oldies first ;P
There must be something to keep our mother earth safe from pollution. We can spread it in form of message this time.
Let we not pollute earth by exploding crackers, we borrowed it from our forefathers to make it better than before and to handle it over to next generation. Let’s not pollute it by using crackers this time. Happy Crackers Free Diwali 2016.
May this Diwali bring joys, joys and joys in your life. Happy Diwali 2016!
We will keep adding new messages, wishes, quotes in coming days. Start preparing for Diwali now.
For kids, you can show below video about how Chota Bheam welcome and celebrates Diwali: