14 Nov, 21:23 (IST)

Kali Puja 2020 is on November 14, and people have taken to Twitter to share wishes and messages.Check Tweets:

14 Nov, 18:59 (IST)

With the festivity of Diwali 2020, people are trending, Happy New Year wishes, messages and images on Twitter.Check Tweets:

14 Nov, 17:24 (IST)

"How to wish happy Diwali in different Indian languages?"  is one of the most searched questions on the internet. Twitter India comes to rescue!Check Tweet:

14 Nov, 15:30 (IST)

The iconic New York city destination Empire State Building was lit up in orange to commemorate Diwali, the festival of lights. Read full story HERE.Check Tweet:

14 Nov, 13:59 (IST)
Cardi B 'scolding' Kulture in adorable video goes viral. Watch:
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14 Nov, 12:25 (IST)

As Twitter celebrates Diwali, #FestivalofLights wishes, greetings & images take over Twitter. Check Tweets:

Happy Diwali

14 Nov, 12:21 (IST)

#JawaharlalNehru trends on Bal Diwas as Twitter Celebrates Chacha Nehru's birthday on Children's Day! Check Tweets:

Architect Of Modern India

14 Nov, 11:07 (IST)

Happy Children's Day 2020! Wishes on Children's Day 2020 trend on Twitter as netizens celebrate Bal Diwas. Check Tweets:

Bal Diwas

14 Nov, 11:04 (IST)

We wish you a very 'Happy Diwali' and it is also trending on Twitter as netizens wish each other on the festival of lights. Check tweets:

Happy DiwaliDiwali Ki Shubhkamnayen

It’s another day, but today is a lot more fun. Because, it is a weekend, plus the most-awaited festival day—Diwali. Social media is filled with so many Diwali moments with pictures and videos of families displaying their ‘low-key’ but beautiful celebration. In addition, #SaturdayThoughts and #SaturdayMotivation are also trending on the internet. Through this blog, we will bring you all the trending topics, viral videos and funny memes of the day, so that you are updated with everything happening around today, November 14, 2020.

The festival of lights is a joyous celebration. Even though low-key, families are trying their best to keep it simple, yet special. Virtual Diwali celebration is already on, and we are expecting more tweets, videos, pictures, to take over the social media platforms. People are encouraged to buy lanterns and diyas, made by the locals to boost the economy during the pandemic. Aside from the festival scenes, there shall be other viral moments making its way on the internet, and entertaining the netizens.

Stay in tune with us to know the latest updates from the world of social media. Meanwhile, stay safe, follow the COVID-19 restrictions and celebrate the joyous festival of lights. Happy Diwali!