16 September 2019

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Happy Birthday Wishes SMS

Ye dua hai aapke janamdin pe hamari,
Na tute kabhi dosti hamari,
Sari jindgi denge khushiyan aapko
Or wo khushiyan hogi pyari pyari.
आ तेरी उम्र में लिख दूँ 🌙✨चाँद-सितारों🌙✨ से,
तेरा जन्मदिन मनाऊँ फूलों से बहारों से…
हर एक खूबसूरती दुनिया 🌎 से मैं ले आउ,
सजाऊ में ये महेफिल हर हसिन नजारों से…
🎀🎁जन्मदिन की ढेर सारी शुभकामनायें…🎂🎂

ખુદાને  _ કહા _ દોસ્તી¤ _ ના _ કર _ ☆
               દોસ્તો ¤_ કી _ ભીઙ _ મે _ તુ  》
ખો  _ જાયેગા¤ , _  મેને _ કહા ♡
               કભી _ જમીન _ પર _ આકર ♡
મેરે _ દોસ્તો ¤  _  સે _  તો _  મિલ
           તું _  ભી _ ઉપર _  જાના _  ભુલ _જાયેગા

Happy Birthday Wishes Shayari 



                 👬 Happy birthday   👬

Dur hai to kya hoa aaj ka din to hame yaad hai,
Tum na sahi par tumhara saya to hamare sath hai,
Tumhe lagta hai hum sab bhul jate hai
Par dekhlo tumhara janamdin to hame yaad hai.
Happy birthday

Many Many Happy birthday

15 September 2019

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Date of Dhanteras: 25th October 2019, Friday

Dhanteras Quotes


"May the Goddess Lakshmi blesses your business to do well in spite of all odds like the enduring charms of gold and diamonds. Happy Dhanteras!"

"On the auspicious day of Dhanteras Puja Hindus follow the tradition of purchasing precious metals gold, platinum or silver, in the form of jewelry coins or utensils, for good luck. Happy Dhanteras."

"Adorn our lives else trite - With sparklers that motley skies - As soaring spirits of powder wander - Let us thank the heavenly might in this festive season of lights."

"Sun glows for a day, Candle for an hour, Matchstick for a minute, but a wish can glow days forever. So here is my wish for a Glowing Dhanteras and a Glowing life!!"

Dhanteras Messages

"God’s blessing may come as a surprise and how much you receive depends on how much your heart can believe. May you be blessed beyond what you expect. Happy Dhanteras!"

"On this festive day of Dhanteras may the Divine blessings of Goddess Lakshmi bestow on you bountiful fortune. Here’s sending you my good wishes for you."

"May your life be full of happiness and harmony with enough wealth to give you all comforts you ever wished. Stay blessed. Happy Dhanteras!"

"Clean your home, decorate with bright and lovely lamps and lights, and buy new clothes and utensils to welcome Goddess Lakshmi in your home. Happy Dhanteras!"

Time Table

When will the Dhanteras occur for the next five years?

Celebrate Dhanteras and let affluence & treasure knock your door with these accurate dates for Dhanteras celebration in the upcoming 5 years.
20185th NovemberMonday
201925th OctoberFriday
202013th NovemberFriday
202112th NovemberTuesday
202222nd OctoberSaturday
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14 September 2019

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Dussehra Celebrations In Maharashtra

Dussehra in 2019 will be celebrated on October 22.In Maharashtra, the idols that are established on the first day of Sharad Navratri are immersed in water, on Dasara.
People worship Apta (Bauhinia Racemosa) tree and exchange its leaves for wishing good luck in future. The golden Marigold flower is also used by people for decorating homes and worshiping.
Maharashtrians also consider Dasara as an important day, for starting new work or business.

Dussehra Celebrations In Nepal

Dussehra or Vijaya Dashami in 2014 is also an important festival in Nepal.Vijayadashami or Dussehra is one of the biggest festivals of Nepal. They celebrate Dussehra as Dashain. Longest holidays of the country are observed during these days. Vijayadashami is celebrated by Hindu and non Hindu people of Nepal.
The elder members of the family apply Tika, and put Jamara, behind the ears of the younger members of the family. Jamara is a kind of grass, that is grown on the first day of Sharada Navaratri.
People offer large amount of goat’s and buffalo’s meat and chicken to Maa Durga. The people also consume the meat, as the blessed food of god.

Dussehra Celebrations In Bangladesh

 Dussehra in 2019 will be celebrated on October 22.Dussehra or Vijayadashami is one of the biggest festivals of Bangladesh. It is celebrated for up to five days. They worship Maa Durga and submerge her idols in water.
People of Bangladesh also worship water with turmeric and other holy items, for higher crop yielding.
A festival can never be complete without sensing the aroma of delicious food. Now, we will take a look at the food delicacies of Dussehra.

Delicacies of Dussehra

 Dussehra in 2019 will be celebrated on October 22.Dussehra or Vijayadashami is one of the biggest festivals of India. Some famous traditional dishes are prepared during the celebrations, to make it more special.

Famous Snacks Offered On Dussehra

  • Dhokla (Gujarati dish made with fermented batter)
  • Matar Kulcha (leavened Indian bread)
  • Gulab Jamun (milk based dessert)
  • Badam halwa (sweet confections)
  • Kheer (boiled rice porridge in milk)
Celebrate Vijayadashami with full fun and enjoyment in its vivid colors, either by watching Ram Leela and Ravan Dehan in North India or by worshiping Maa Durga in South India. Also, try to follow the values of Lord Rama and Maa Durga in life.
Dussehra or Vijayadashami has a special significance in our lives, as it holds the reason that established humanity on earth. Hence, it will always be regarded as the prime cause of our sustenance. So, do not miss the chance to venerate the Lord this Dussehra. Be prepared to invoke the blessings of godly virtues!

When is Dussehra in 2019, 2020 and 2021?

The tenth day of the Navaratri festival is known as Dussehra, or Vijaya Dashami. Dussehra falls on the 10th day (Dashami) of the month of Ashwin on the Hindu lunar calendar. It's widely devoted to celebrating the defeat of the demon king Ravan by Lord Rama.
According to the holy Hindu text The Ramayana, Ravan kidnapped Lord Rama’s wife Sita and took her to Sri Lanka. She was found there by monkey god Lord Hanuman, who could fly and joined in the search to locate her. Rama enlisted the help of his troops to built a bridge across the ocean (this is believed to have existed off the coast of Dhanuskodi in Tamil Nadu) and engage in battle with Ravan to get Sita back. It was prolonged and tiring, but Ram ultimately pierced Ravan's body with hundreds of arrows.
Finally, he was able to defeat Ravan by using the Brahmasthra (a powerful celestial weapon created by Lord Brahma) and was reunited with Sita.
For Hindus, Dusshera is therefore an auspicious time for reestablishing faith in the victory of good over evil.
  • In 2019, Dussehra is on October 8. See calendar.
  • In 2020, Dussehra is on October 25.
  • In 2021, Dussehra is on October 15.

Dussehra Date Detailed Information

Although Dussehra falls on a single day each year, diverse celebrations actually take place on various days before and after it in different places across India. This is important to know in case you want to experience the festivities.
  • In Delhi, Ramlila performances happen all over the city from the first day of Navaratri until Dussehra. The performances, which tell the life story of Lord Rama, culminate with the defeat and burning of the Ravan on Dussehra. See: 5 Popular Delhi Ramlila Shows.
  • In Ramnagar near Varanasi, Dussehra celebrations start around a month prior to the actual day of Dussehra and ends on the full moon after Dussehra. The feature is the world's oldest Ramlila performance, which has been running for nearly 200 years.
  • In Mysore in Karnataka, Dussehra is known as Dasara. Celebrations run for 10 days, starting at the beginning of Navaratri and culminating in a grand street parade on the last day. 
  • In Kota in Rajasthan, a three day rural fair is held during Dussehra.
  • In the Kullu Valley of Himachal Pradesh, celebrations start on Dussehra and continue for a week.
  • In the tribal Bastar region of Chhattisgarh, Dussehra is the biggest festival of the year and runs of a lengthy 75 days! It's often referred to as the longest festival in the world. Celebrations intensify three days before Dussehra, and reach their peak a day after Dussehra.
  • In West Bengal, Dussehra is celebrated as Durga Puja, with the immersion of Durga idols on Vijaya Dashami.

13 September 2019

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12 September 2019

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Navaratri 2019 in India will begin on
29 September
and ends on
7 October

2019 Navratri Wishes & SMS

  1. Feast and have fun, the dandiya raas has begun, Maa is blessing us through, a very Happy Navratri to you!
  2. Lal rang k chunri se saja ma ka darbar, Harshit hua sansar, Nanhe-namhe kadmo se, Maa aaye aapke dwar, Mubarak ho aapko, Navratri ka tyohar! JAI MATA DI!
  3. Jitne bhi hai jaha pe, unhi ke lal hai sare, unke hi isaro pe chalte, ye chand aur tare. Pal bhar ke liye hi sahi, maa ko yaad kijiye, hogi puri tamna jara phariyad kijiye. Happy Navratri!
  4. I pray to maa Durga to give you all – SHANTI, SHAKTI, SAMPATTI, SWARUP, SADGI, SANYAM, SAMMAN, SARASWATI aur SNEH… Navratri ki Subhkamnayen.
  5. Memories of Moments Celebrated Together, Moments That Have Been Attached In My Heart Forever, Make Me Miss You, Even More, This Navratri.


श्रद्धा भाव कभी कम ना करना
दुःख में हँसना गम ना करना
घट-घट की माँ जानन हारी
हर लेंगी सारी पीड़ा तुम्हारी
शुभ नवरात्री

हे माँ तुमसे विश्वास ना उठने देना
तेरी दुनिया में भय से जब सिमट जाऊ
चारो ओर अँधेरा ही अँधेरा घना पाऊ
बन के रोशनी तुम राह दिखा देना
शुभ नवरात्री

What is Navratri?

Navratri is a much-awaited festival across the country. It is celebrated in different forms, with varied names, in numerous culture and in a number of different ways. It is one of those festivals that bridges the discrete cultures that reside in the country and coheres them.
In the north-eastern and eastern parts of India, Durga Puja is synonymous with Navratri on the other hand in the northern and western parts of India, the festival is synonymous with Ram Lila and Dussehra. With the introduction of smartphones, WhatsApp, and Facebook, people like to greet each through Navratri wishes, greetings, and images.
Behind the different forms of celebration, there are different tales behind these. Durga Puja signifies the battle of Devi Durga with the buffalo demon Mahishasur in which she emerges victorious. Ram Lila signifies the tale of Lord Ram and his battle with Ravana. In both cases, the festival mainly marks the victory of good over evil.
In the eastern region, the celebration of Durga Puja includes decoration of the stage, placing of the idol of Durga, dressing up performing, reciting the legends and the Hindu script. Similarly, in Ram Lila people perform the legend of Lord Ram and Ravana. Attractive Navratri images and greetings depicting the same are also circulated through social media to wish the distant relatives.

Interesting Facts About Navratri

  • In a year there are five Navratri whereas the Sharad Navratri is the most significant.
  • The Garba and Dandiya performed during Navratri in which the dancers move in a circle. This circle signifies the circle starting from birth to death.
  • In Banglore, on the ninth day of Navratri, it is a common site where people worship the things by which they earn their livelihood, hence we also see people worshipping computers, CDs and computer books.
  • Tales also say that Lord Ram worshipped Goddess Durga for nine days, hence he was able to kill Ravana.

Navratri status in hindi Share

जगत पालनहार है माँ ..मुक्ति का धाम है माँ ..
हमारी भक्ति का आधार है माँ … सबकी रक्षा की अवतार है माँ …
शुभ नवरात्रि

सारी रात माँ के गुण गायें ..
माँ का ही नाम जपें .. माँ में ही खो जाएँ …
शुभ नवरात्रि

शेरों वाली मैया के दरबार में दुःख -दर्द मिटाये जाते हैं ,
जो भी दर पर आते है .. शरण में लिए जाते हैं। जय माता दी।