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Trending Diwali E-Invites in 2020

Come October, and the festive mood sets in with Durga PoojaDandiya Nights, Dussehra, Karva Chauth leading to Diwali and then post Diwali festivities.

We have e-invites for every festival and special occasions for you to choose from. Customize the invitation design you like and send it to your dear guests via WhatsApp or email. You may also use the RSVP feature to get an estimate of the expected guests at your event. Plan every event in style with VenueLook e-invites, recommended venues and have loads of fun planning a festive evening, a social event, a wedding-related ceremony or a corporate event.

Light Diyas E-Invite

On Diwali people light millions of ‘Diya’ / ‘Deepak’ at their homes. These beautiful Diyas hold a deep significance and are representative of our journey towards enlightenment. The oil in the Diya symbolizes the dirt in the human mind — such as greed, jealousy, hatred, lust, etc — which human beings tend to nurture. This Diwali light Diyas at your home with your loved ones and celebrate happiness together with them. Create e-invites for free and send them to your loved ones through WhatsApp or email.

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Festive Flame E-Invite

Diwali or Deepawali is India’s most popular festival of the year. On this festival, people light clay lamps (deep / diya / deepak) outside their homes to symbolize the inner light that shields us from spiritual darkness. This is where Deepawali gets its name as well. Celebrate this Diwali by inviting your family and friends to be a part of your happiness this festive season. Create e-invites for free and send them to your loved ones through WhatsApp or email.

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Candle Illustration E-Invite

Diwali (or Deepavali in Sanskrit) means ‘a row of lights’. This five-day festival is most significant in India and is celebrated in honor of the victory of good over evil and brightness over darkness. It is celebrated on the return of Lord Ram and his wife Sita to their kingdom of Ayodhya, after defeating the demon king Ravan and rescuing Sita from his evil clutches with the help of God Hanuman. Invite and celebrate the victory of good over evil this year with your dear ones. Create e-invites for free and send them to your loved ones through WhatsApp or email.

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