Dev Deepawali is usually observed 15 days after the festival of Diwali on the full moon of the month of Kartik in the Hindu calendar. It is especially celebrated in Varanasi as it is believed that on this day the Hindu gods come to earth for a dip in the Ganges. This is why the river bank is lit up with millions of earthen lamps to welcome them. People also decorate their houses with oil lamps and Rangolis. This festival celebrates Lord Shiva’s victory over three powerful demons: Vidyunmali, Tarakakasha and Viryavana, together known as Tripurasura. This festival is therefore also known as ‘Tripurotsav’ or ‘Tripurari Purnima’, which falls on the day of Kartik Purnima. On Dev Diwali 2022, share images and HD wallpapers for free online download as Tripurari Purnima wishes, Dev Deepawali greetings and WhatsApp messages with everyone you know. Dev Deepawali 2022 Date & Muhurat: From Significance to Rituals for Diwali of the Gods, Everything to Know About Dev Diwali in Varanasi.
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Dev Diwali Messages (file image)
Dev Deepawali 2022 image reads: Dev Diwali is a time to celebrate the life that God has blessed us with and spread happiness around us. Wishing you a Happy Dev Diwali
Dev Deepawali Images (File Photo)
Dev Deepawali 2022 image reads: May Dev Diwali never end for you and may your life always be filled with happiness, splendor, prosperity and smiles.
Dev Deepawali Wishes (file photo)
Dev Deepawali 2022 image reads: May the lamps of Dev Deepawali light up your life and may Lord Shiva shower you with all that you have desired. Happy Dev Deepawali to you and everyone at home.
Dev Deepawali Greetings (File Photo)
Dev Deepawali 2022 image reads: May Lord Shiva bless you with a wonderful life on this auspicious occasion. Happy Dev Deepawali to you and your family!
Dev Deepawali Messages (file image)
Dev Deepawali 2022 image reads: I wish the positive vibes of Dev Diwali surround you with goodness and happiness. Warm wishes for Dev Diwali.
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