Vishu Festival 2019 Greetings, SMS, Wishes and Messages

Vishu Festival 2019 Greetings, SMS, Wishes and Messages Vishu Festival Greetings and SMS Its time to celebrate fresh start, And spread love from heart. Here’s wishing.. your new year is refresh with Success, Good luck & Fortune. Wishing you A Happy Vishu. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Orayiram kanikonnakal mansil pookunnu, Oru Vishu kaalam koodi, Vishu kaineetamayu ente hridayathil ninnum Orayiram Vishu asamsakal. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Let us welcome this Vishu with great hope, eagerness and anticipation. Let us look forward to a plentiful year of joy, satisfaction, peace and prosperity. Happy Vishu. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Priyapetta Kootukara Sreekrishna Bagavane Vishukani kandu unarnu Poothiriyum Lathiriyum kathichum Padakam pottichum Sadya undum Vishu Agoshiku. oru nalla nalekaayi. Vishu Aasamsagal. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ May the joyous ritual of the harves…
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Vishu SMS Greetings in Malayalam | Vishu Festival 2019

Vishu SMS Greetings in Malayalam | Vishu Festival 2019 Vishu SMS Greetings in Malayalam Orayiram kanikonnakal mansil pookunnu, Oru Vishu kaalam koodi, Vishu kaineetamayu ente hridayathil ninnum Orayiram Vishu asamsakal. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Priyapetta Kootukara Sreekrishna Bagavane Vishukani kandu unarnu Poothiriyum Lathiriyum kathichum Padakam pottichum Sadya undum Vishu Agoshiku. oru nalla nalekaayi. Vishu Aasamsagal. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Kanikonnayude swarna varnavum, vishupakshiyude sabdhamaduryavum, kanivelliriyum kanakabharanangalum kannimangayum nelkathirukalum kanikandunaran etha oru vishukkalam koodi…. hridayam niranja vishu aashamsakal…!!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Oru full bottilum oru liter sodayum pinne thottu nakkan acharum, manasil orupaadu pratheekshayumayi, veendum oru, vishu varavaayi… Happy Vishu, u and ur family…! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~…
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Vishu Festival 2019, Malayalam New Year

Vishu Festival 2019, Malayalam New Year Vishu Festival 2019, Malayalam New Year The Vishu festival is celebrated during the Medam month of the Malayalam calendar. The festival falls on Sunday, April 14th in 2019. Vishu marks the beginning of the Malayalam New Year. The festival is generally considered a Hindu festival but is celebrated throughout the state by different religious sects. It is also celebrated in Tamil Nadu and Karnataka. The important ritual of the Vishu festival is the ‘Vishukkanni’. A traditional Vishukanni setting includes a number of auspicious articles arranged on a metal vessel called urulli. The uruli contains items such as holy text, coins, rice, betel leaves, linen, cucumber and metal mirror. The Vishukanni is place in the puja room by the women in the house the night before Vishu. The arrangement also includes a lighted bell metal lamp called nilavilakku which is also placed alongside the uruli. On the day of the Vishu festival, it is a custom t…
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Women’s Day 2019 Quotes and Wishes

Women’s Day 2019 Quotes and Wishes Women’s Day 2019 will be celebrated on Friday, 8th March all over the world. Women’s Day 2019 Quotes and Wishes Every Home, Every Heart, Every Feeling, Every Moment Of happiness is incomplete without u, Only U can complete this world… Happy Women’s Day! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ If Roses were black and violets were brown, my love for you would never be found but roses r red and violets are blue, all I want to say is Happy women’s day my friend. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Across the miles… comes this wish from me to say… You are Special! Happy Women’s Day! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ The history of all times, and of today especially, teaches that .. . women will be forgotten if they forget to think about themselves. Happy Women’s Day. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “When women are depressed they either eat or go shopping. Men invade another c…
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Women’s Day 2019 SMS and Messages

Women’s Day 2019 SMS and Messages Women’s Day 2019 will be celebrated on Friday, March 8 all over the world.

Womens Day 2019 SMS and Messages

WOMEN have strengths that amazes man, she can handle trouble & carry heavy burdens, she holds happiness, luv & opinions, she smiles when filing like screaming.

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Women are like cars: we all want a Ferrari, sometimes want a pickup truck, and end up with a station wagon. Happy Women’s Day!

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A very happy women’s day! Truly proud to be a woman who is a symbol of GOD’s Shakti, Love, Compassion, Dignity, Strength & so on…. The list of her qualities is endless. So hats off to all women of the world!

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Valentine’s Day 2019 SMS in Hindi

Valentine’s Day 2019 SMS in Hindi

Valentines Day 2019 SMS in Hindi

Talaash Karo koi tumhe mil jayega, Magar hamari tarha tumhe kaun chahega, Zarur koi chahat ki nazar se tumhe dekhega, Magar ankhein hamari kahan se layega..!! Happy Valentine’s Day. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

Apke aane se zindagi kitni Khubsurat hai, Dil me basi hai jo wo apki hi Surat hai, Door jaana nahi humse kabhi bhulkar bhi, Hume har kadam per aapki Zarurat hai. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Ikraar mein shabdon ki ehmiyat nahi hoti, Dil ke jazbaat ki awaaz nahi hoti, Aankhen bayaan kar deti hain dil ki daastan, Mohabbat lafzon ki mohtaaz nahi hoti! ****Happy Valentine’s Day****

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Diwali

Diwali One of the most celebrated and widely popular festivals in India is Diwali. The actual word has its origin from the phrase “rows of lights”, for which the term in Sanskrit language is “Deepavali”. This day is considered to be very auspicious among other Hindu festivals and is a way to appreciate the victory of Lord Rama over Ravana, which is termed as a defeat of evil by good. Lord Rama defeated Ravana to get back his wife Sita, who was kidnapped by Ravana. As per India’s tradition, this festival is also filled with many rituals, customs and celebrations. It’s a five day long process, which includes Vasu Baras, Dhan Teras, Naraka Chaturdashi, Lakshmi Puja, Bali Pratipada and Govardhan Puja. The popularity of the festival can be estimated by the number of weeks, that people take to prepare ahead of time. In accordance with the Hindu lunar calendar, the actual festival occurs on the moonless night of the dark half of Kartik. People adorn their houses with lights and lamp…
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Holi

Holi Holi is the most widely celebrated event in India. It has become a representation of Indian culture in all over the world. It celebrates the human habitat in full bloom, i.e. spring season. Nothing could be a better representative of spring other than beautiful amalgamations of colours. Holi is the name of that amalgamation. It’s not only a symbol of spring but also acts as an equalizer between different socioeconomic communities. In a nutshell, Holi eliminates differences, and brings people closer to each other. There have been few gables attached with the legendry history of Holi. It’s believed that there used to be an evil ruler called Hirnakashyip. His pride and strength had overpowered himself so much that he started to believe that he was more powerful and worth worshipping even more than Lord Vishnu. So he casted a kingdom wide order of punishment of any person who is caught worshipping Lord Vishnu. To his utter surprise, his own son Bhakta Prahlad went againt his…
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Janmashtami

Janmashtami The birth of Lord Sri Krishna is celebrated in form of Janmashtami. This festival is also known as Gokulashtami. The Lord Krishna was born on the eight day of the dark fortnight in the month of Sravana. He was born to King Vasudeva and Devaki Devi in the ‘Rohini’ nakshatram (star). This festival is also known by the names of Sri Krishna Jayanti and Krishnashtmi. There is no fixed date of celebration every year and the actual day can vary because of the fact that star ‘Rohini’ and Ashtami may not be on the same day. From Gregorian calendar’s point of view, the date of Janmashtami usually falls in the months of August and September. Mythologically, Lord Vishnu who is one of the three major Hindu Gods had several incarnations on earth and Sri Krishna is considered as the eighth avatar. Sri Krishna is one of the most popular Hindu God. He has been associated with notions of romance, joy and divinity. He was a wonderful incarnation and he manifested true spirit of enjoy…
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Makar Sankranti

Makar Sankranti One of the most auspicious days for Hindus is the day of Makar Sankranti. This festival is celebrated in different names and forms throughout India. The name Makar Sankranti signifies the day when the sun begins its northward journey and enters the sign of Makar (the Capricorn) from the Tropic of Cancer. You can also call it movement of Sun from Dakshinayana (south) to Uttarayana (north). According to solar calendar, Makar Sankranti is celebrated on the 14th of January every year. There are certain specific traits associated with this festival. People love to follow the tradition of kite flying apart from taking a holy dip at Prayag and Ganga Sagar. Devotees also worship sun on this auspicious day. On the day of Makar Sankranti, day and night are of equal duration according to the solar calendar. This also symbolises reducing cold and onset of summer. According to history books, this day was celebrated by the Aryans as well. Even in religious scriptures like Ma…
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