How to say Happy Pongal in Marathi

“Pongal” is a four-day long festival in Tamil Nadu dedicated to Sun God, usually celebrated from January 14 to January 17 every year. It is also called a harvest festival as during this time crops like rice, sugarcane, turmeric etc are harvested. In the Marathi language, you can wish someone “Happy Pongal” as “पोंगलच्या हार्दीक शुभेच्छा”.

How to say Happy Lohri in Marathi

“Lohri” is a Punjabi festival, usually celebrated on January 13 every year which is a day before the festival of “Makar Sankranti” on January 14. “Lohri” also marks the end of the month of “Poh” (पो) and the start of the month of Magha (माघ) in the Punjabi calendar. It is also called a harvest festival as …

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How to Say Happy Pongal in Telugu

Like its North Indian counterpart, Pongal is a festival dedicated to crops, end of winter season and the Sun-God. It is most popular in South India. If you want to know how to say Happy Pongal in Telugu, here is the phrase that can be used. English Telugu Happy Pongal పొంగల్ పండుగ శుభాకాంక్షలు

How to Say Happy Holi in Telugu

Holi is a name that brings a smile on everybody’s face. It is celebrated throughout India and is especially popular in North India and is often associated with Lord Krishna–the Holi celebrations of Brindavan are quite unique and famous. If you want to know how to say Happy Holi in Telugu, below is the phrase …

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How to Say Happy Holi In Tamil

Holi, a name that brings memories of colors and unrecognizable faces, is a famous festival particular celebrated with much fervor and joy in North India. However, this festival is popular with almost all Indians because of its spirit in coloring everything and forgetting the past. If you want to know how to say Happy Holi …

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How to Say Happy Shivaratri in Sanskrit

How to Say Happy Shivaratri in Sanskrit

Shivaratri, literally meaning ‘the night of Shiva’ is an auspicious festival observed almost throughout the world invoking blessings and auspiciousness of Lord Shiva. Usually observed with fasts and night-long vigil singing hymns to propitiate Lord Shiva, this festival sends waves of devotion in the region. Devotees across the world share their delight and joy by …

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CD Review of One by Todd Boston

‘One’ actually is the second one for me–Yes, I mean the second album of Todd, though I have been listening to some of his improvisations and other solos from time and again. Needless to say, it is singularly unique and lilting. One of the particular features I always found present in Todd’s music is the …

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How to Say Happy Holi in Hindi

Holi is a festival celebrated with joy and fervor throughout India and is famously knowns as the ‘festival of colors’. With foreign visitors who come to India, this festival is particularly popular because they love the concept of coloring faces and dancing in joy. There are two ways in which you can convey the wishes …

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How to Say Happy Holi in Punjabi

Holi is a festival of colors and joy celebrated throughout India. It represents the spirit of better times in terms of weather and climate and also opening up on hearts. The significance of colors means that you forget every face and just lose yourself in the festivities. There are two ways in which you can …

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How to say Happy Lohri in Hindi

How to Say Happy Lohri in Hindi

Lohri, a famous festival of Punjab and some other Northern states of India, is a festival celebrating the Winter Solstice. Usually, it falls on the date of 13th of January and is observed one day prior to the festival of Makar Sankranti. There are two ways in which you can convey the wishes for this …

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