WhatsApp has launched a new “Happy Diwali” sticker pack to help users send greetings during the festive season. This sticker pack is available for Android and iOS users and can be downloaded for free from the default sticker tray. It’s been a while since WhatsApp introduced stickers on its platform, and the instant messaging app brings stickers to big festivals and occasions to enable users to get relevant animated messages. Sticker options can be found by tapping the smiley face icon the chat bar.

How to Download and Share Diwali Stickers on WhatsApp

To add to the festive spirit and make messaging more expressive, emotional and fun, WhatsApp has a fun and colorful Diwali sticker pack. This sticker pack has related stickers specially designed for Hanukkah and can be easily found the default sticker tray. Of course, it might take a while for it to appear in your tray, so if you don’t see it, try checking to see if an update is pending. Regardless, all users should get the sticker pack within a few days. If you can’t wait, click this link to download the “Happy Diwali” sticker pack. The sticker pack was created by Sumouli Dutta, which is described as “Light up your conversations with this festive sticker pack”. Follow the simple steps below to find, add and share Diwali stickers on WhatsApp.

  1. Open the WhatsApp chat where you want to send stickers.

  2. click smiley icon the chat bar. Select the sticker icon from the bottom of the emoji board. (For iOS, it’s to the right of the text bar. For Android, the sticker icon is next to the GIF option).

  3. Next, click “add‘ icon and look for the Happy Diwali sticker pack. If you can’t find it, download it from this link.Select Happy Diwali Sticker Pack and tap download.

  4. Return to your chat when finished. The sticker pack will now appear on your sticker board and you can add these stickers to any chat you want.

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