A day to go for Diwali or Deepavali 2018, but before the much-awaited Lakshmi Puja on November 7, the country is gearing up to celebrate Naraka Chaturdashi. Commonly known as Choti Diwali, Naraka Chaturdashi falls on the second day of Diwali after Dhanteras and a day before main or Badi Diwali and this year it will fall on November 6, Tuesday. And for festival enthusiasts, we got a collection of Choti Diwali 2018 images, WhatsApp stickers, Diwali images in HD, Naraka Chaturdashi wishes in Hindi, Deepavali wishes and wallpapers in HD to send greetings to their near and dear ones. You can download these colourful WhatsApp stickers, quotes, greetings and images to wish Happy Choti Diwali and Naraka Chaturdashi 2018. One can also wish their family and friends a Happy and Prosperous Diwali 2018 in advance with below photos. Choti Diwali 2018 Greetings: WhatsApp Messages, GIF Images, SMS, Facebook Status to Send Diwali Wishes Online.
Celebrating Choti Diwali is as important as main Deepavali as the day marks the victory of good over evil. Narak Chaturdashi got its name after Lord Krishna defeated asura (demon) Narakasura, registering the triumph of good over evil. There are more mythological legends associated with the second-day festivity of Diwali. One such story is of Lord Hanuman who arrived in Ayodhya on this day with the news of Lord Rama returning to the kingdom after completing his 14 years of exile. Hearing the happy news, Ayodhyawasi began with grand preparations to welcome their crown prince. This is why on Choti Diwali falling on Chaturdashi (14th day) of the Krishna Paksha in the Vikram Samvat Hindu calendar month of Ashvin is celebrated with same enthusiasm. Choti Diwali 2018 Date & Muhurat: When is Naraka Chaturdashi or Roop Chaudas? Significance, History and Rituals to Follow Before Lakshmi Puja Tithi.
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Best WhatsApp Sticker and Message: Aapko Ashirwad Mile Ganesh Se, Vidya Mile Saraswati Se, Dhan Mile Laxmi Se, Khushiya Mile Rab Se, Pyaar Mile Sab Se, Yahi Dua Hai Is Dil Se! Choti Diwali Aur Narak Chaturdashi Ki Hardik Shubhkamnayen.
Best WhatsApp Sticker and Message: Diyo se sang, Khushion ke rang, Ho jaaye malang, Leke nayi umang, Narak Chaturdashi ki shubhkaamnaayein.
Best WhatsApp Sticker and Message: Diwali ka ye pyara tyohaar, jeevan mein laaye khushiyan appr, Mata laxmi viraje aapke dwaar, sabhi kaamna aapki kare sweekaar. Happy Choti Diwali 2018.
Best WhatsApp Sticker and Message: Phool ki shuruvat ...kali se hoti hai, Zindagi ki shuruvat pyar se hoti hai, Pyar ki shuruvat apno se hoti hai aur apno ki shuruvat !!!aapse hoti hai. Wish you a Happy Choti Diwali 2018.
Best WhatsApp Sticker and Message: Jese Krishna Bhagwan ne Narakasur ka naash kiya, Waise hi Bhagwan apke jeewan se dukhon ka naash kare. Narak Chaturdashi ki dhero shubhkaamnaayein.
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While rest of the country celebrate Naraka Chaturdashi on the second day of Diwali festival, eastern states such as West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha, Assam, Tripura celebrate it as Kali Puja. It is also known as Shyama Puja or Mahanisha Puja. The festival is also called as "Kali Chaudas” and is believed that on this day Kali killed the asura (demon) Narakasura. It is believed one must get rid of laziness and other evils to become a better version of ourselves. On that note, we wish all our readers a very Happy Choti Diwali and Shubh Naraka Chaturdashi. We also wish you a very Happy and Prosperous Diwali 2018 in advance.