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Create & Send e-invitation for Diwali with DesiEvite using your native language & photos.

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Diwali the festival of lights! Celebrate the auspicious festival of Diwali also know as  Deepawali with lots of crackers and Plan to invite all your loved once for Diwali party and enjoy the memorable time.

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