Popular Indian Festivals: Unique Wishes for You

Rayan
21st November 2019 04:01:45

When it comes to festivals, no one throws a bash like Indians. With festivals, comes a burst of wishes. But gone are the days of generic and cliché messages. 

So, imagine sending your loved ones a unique message that makes them smile. Picture their faces light up with joy when they read your message. That’s exactly what I intend to do for you. Read on for unique messages that will definitely fill them with delight.

Diwali

"Drawing colorful rangolis, eating mouth-watering sweets, and watching fireworks together. Diwali with you is always the best."

"May the various sounds and lights of Diwali light you up from the inside like a pack of bursting crackers! Have a safe and happy Diwali!"

Holi

"Colors, Bhang, Sweets, Family. Holi is definitely the best. Have a happy Holi!"

"Wishing you and your family an amazing laughter-filled Holi all thanks to the family comedian-you."

Christmas

"It’s that time of the year where everyone wishes Santa Claus is real. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!"

"‘Tis the season to spread joy and happiness to all those but don’t forget to keep yourself warm and happy with a cup of hot chocolate. Have a very happy Merry Christmas!"

Dussehra

"Smile for today all evil, your inherent bad luck, and vices are all burning away. Happy Dussehra!"

"May you have an abundant and prosperous Dussehra, unlike last year when you ended up nearly burning your neighborhood down!"

Durga Puja

"May you celebrate the week-long Durga Puja with the spirit of Maa Durga and Bongs both rolled into one."

"Pandal hopping and stuffing our faces with delicacies has made Durga Puja the best festival for me. Here’s to many more Durga Puja’s together."

Janmashtami

"Lord Krishna’s birthday comes only once a year. Let’s make it special by worshipping him with joy and grandeur."

"During this Janmashtami, may you be blessed with a life filled with grandeur."

Ganesh Chaturthi

"Like Ganesh himself, I wish you a huge appetite for the simple joys of life like a plateful of modak."

"Happy Ganesh Chaturthi! It’s the only day in the year we can immerse ourselves fully in celebration of our favorite God."

Eid al-Fitr

"May your day be filled with prayer, happiness and a stomach filled with the best of your mother’s cooking. Eid Mubarak."

"Eid Mubarak to all my brothers, sisters of the world and not forgetting our precious and adorable pets."

Onam

"Onam is a time of joy and families coming together. That also means that over-eager aunty who always wants to know when you are getting married. May you have the strength to not punch her in the face. Happy Onam!"

"Have a prosperous and joy-filled Onam and don’t forget to cheer for your favorite Vallam Kali team."

Raksha Bandhan

"Others celebrate Raksha Bandhan with joy and pomp, we celebrate it with fights over gifts and who gets to tie the rakhi first. - Wishes from a family filled with sisters and one brother."

"Happy Raksha Bandhan, my dearest brother! Thank you for being there for me and protecting me. No matter how old we get, we will always have each other’s back."

Pongal

"Pongal is a time of celebration, happiness, and a hot pot of cooked rice that is filled with joy, blessing and utter disappointment of mothers all over the world."

"Have a happy Pongal visiting homes, gift-giving and feasting till you are filled with joy!"

Gurpurab

"Gurpurab is a time of generous giving and remembering the teachings of the great Guru Nanak. Wishing you a Happy Gurupurab."

"This Gurpurab, let’s abide by the teachings of our wise saints and sings our lungs out in praise of them."

Maha Shivaratri

"May Shivaratri bless you on this auspicious day with knowledge and creativity to create your own jhanki to celebrate."

"I wish you a Happy Maha Shivaratri and pray for you to have the courage of our Lord Shiva."

Hemis Gompa Festival

"Happy Hemis Gompa. May this day of promise and hope finally give you the courage to visit Ladakh after years of canceled plans."

"Dance your heart to the beat of the drums on this auspicious day dedicated to Lord Padmasambhava. Wishing you a happy Hemis Gompa."

Lohri

"May you celebrate Lohri with a nice warm bonfire, snacks, and someone special. Happy Lohri!"

"May the spirit of the Lohri festival fill you up so that you can dance, sing and eat  to your heart’s content."

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