Diwali messages in marathi – Marathi diwali messages

November 9, 2017

Diwali messages in marathi – Marathi diwali messages:

There are so many old and boring messages which everyone keeps forwarding and it is such a tedious thing to do. Instead of that, get some of latest and trendy Diwali messages in Marathi and share them with your friends and family.

Marathi Diwali messages are available here, shortlisted into various categories. Get short Diwali messages in Marathi, long messages, individual messages and select the best Marathi Diwali messages to send to your family. Everyone goes on forwarding traditional messages, which is common.

Simple rangoli designs with flowers

आनदच गण गत दवळ यत अगणत,
सखच मग हत बरसत तजच मळत सथ.
ह दवळ आनदच, सखसमधदच जव.

 Sukh, Shanti, Samadhan,
Samruddhi, Aaishwarya, Arogya,
Pratishtha ya Saptarangi Divya
Ni aaple Jeevan Prakashmay hovo.
Happy Deepavali!

Diwali messages in Marathi:

Sending Marathi Diwali messages is also amongst favorite trends, just like the Hindi and English Diwali greetings. People choose to send Diwali wishes as per their mother tongue and send these messages to everyone they know.

Simple rangoli designs for beginners

Mazya Sarv Guni Mitrana Diwalichya Hardik Shubhechchha…
Aapn Rojach Baher “Dive”Laavta, Ata “4” Divas Gharatch Dive Laava..
Happy Diwali!

 Diwali Aai, Masti Chahi, Rangi Rangoli,
Deep Jalaye, Dhoom Dhadaka, Chhoda Phataka,
Jali Phuljadiyan, Sabko Bhaye, Advance “Happy Diwali !”
Dipavalichya Hardik Shubhechha!

Marathi diwali messages:

 

धनलकषम, धनयलकषम, धरयलकषम, शरयलकषम,
वदयलकषम, करयलकषम, वजयलकषम, रजलकषम..
य दपवलत य अषटलकषम तमचयवर धनच वरषव करत,
शभ दपवल!

Pahila Diwa Lagel Dari,
Sukhacha Kiran Yeil Ghari;
Purn Hovot Tumcha Sarv Iccha,
Tumha Sarvanna ”Diwalicha” Hardik-Hardik Shubhecha!

Laksh Divyani Ujalali Nisha Ghevuni Navi Umed,
Navi Asha Hotil Purna Manatil Sarva Iccha,
Diwalichya Tumhala Khup Khup Shubheccha…
Happy Diwali!

तजमय झल आजच परकश, जन कलच कळख,
लकलकणरय चदणयल करणच सनर अभषक,
सर रजच तरह भस नव सहवस,
सनयसरखय लकसठ खस,
दवळचय हरदक शभचछ!

 

People of Maharashtra are mainly associated with the Marathi language, and they prefer to send Diwali messages in Marathi and show their love for their homeland. If you too are Marathi People, you would love the entire collection of Marathi Diwali Messages.

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