Messages That Indian Women Would Love to Receive on Special Occasions

Wren
14th November 2019 01:23:26

With so many festivals and occasions being celebrated, it becomes difficult to find unique and heartfelt messages to send to your loved ones. Especially to the special women in your life. But don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. I’ve collected a list of messages you can send to all the women in your life to make them feel loved on these very special days.

Anniversary

"I believe we have achieved ‘Couple Goals’. I don't know where or what I would be doing right now without you here with me. You make me feel happy and content. Thank you for putting up with me. Happy anniversary!"

Birthday

"A dozen birthday cakes are not enough to show you that you are the sweetest, most lovable person I’ve ever met. Happy Birthday!"

Christmas

"I feel lucky to be spending Christmas, the most magical day in the world with the most magical woman in my life. Merry Christmas."

Diwali

"The biggest fireworks and brightest lamps cannot hold a candle to the light you bring into my life. Happy Deepavali!"

Eid al-Fitr

"May the magical air of Eid fill your soul with happiness, warmth, and providence. Today, tomorrow and every day, Eid Mubarak!"

Get Well Soon

"I want you to know that you are a fighter. No matter what comes your way, you’ll be able to beat it and grind it to dust. Get well soon."

Holi

"This Holi I wanted to tell you that you bring so much color to my life that even the rainbow looks dull whenever you are with me."

Missing You

"I can’t stop thinking about you. It feels like my world has stopped moving without you here with me. I wish you were here. I miss you."

Mother’s Day

"You deserve the title of the ‘Best Mother in the World’. Throughout my life, you’ve guided me and held my hands through thick and thin, told me to be strong and to never give up. I love you. Happy Mother’s day."

New Year

"A year has already passed and I didn’t notice but I remember every single day that you made me smile. Happy New Year!"

Raksha Bandhan

"They say blood is thicker than water and I agree. Only you can keep up with my constant nagging and shenanigans. You are my whole world and I pray for your well-being and fortune this Raksha Bandhan, my dearest sister."

Sorry

"I can’t find the words to express how sorry I am. So, here is ‘I’m sorry’ in different languages:
Je Suis désolé
אני מצטער
申し訳ありません
Lo Siiento
죄송 해요
E Kala Mai Iaʻu
I hope you’ll forgive me. I’m sorry."

Valentine’s Day

"Sometimes I look at you and think about how lucky I am. You make me feel content and loved. I could never ask for anything more. I love you. Happy Valentine’s Day, my love!"

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