India is a land of colourful festivals. With a diverse population of different religions and castes, there are many regional festivals which are celebrated in different parts of the country. Be it Indian festivals like Holi, Diwali, Eid, Christmas, Makar Sankranti among others, people celebrate the spirit of them by visiting religious places, illuminating their houses with lights and greeting friends and loved ones with sweets. Wishes for a good spirit of celebration of these festivals are shared through text messages among all. Some of the excellent collection sample of festivals messages of India is listed below:
Maker Sankranti is a harvest festival signifying the arrival of spring. It is also celebrated as another new year for the Hindu calendar. It is celebrated indifferent parts of India by lighting bonfires and following rituals of the festival. Wishes for the harvest festival are sent by loved ones to celebrate the crop harvest.
“Dear friend, I send loving Makar Sankranti wishes with gifts for you. I wish you a prosperous year and send good wishes to welcome the spring season with love and festivity.”
Navratri is celebrated in honour of Goddess Durga to signify the victory of the Goddess over demon king Mahisasura. This festival continues for nine nights where people observe fast and conduct rituals to pray to the Goddess. The festival of Navratri is one of the important festivals of India celebrated largely across the country.
“Dear friend, I send loving Navratri wishes along with gifts for you. I pray Goddess Durga to shower love and prosperity into your life forever and send my love through this text.”
Dussehra is the tenth day after the auspicious days of Navratri and is celebrated as the victory of Lord Rama over the demon Ravana. The festival signifies the victory of good over evil and on this day effigy of Ravana is burnt and fireworks are lit. The festival is celebrated largely across India with great fervour.
“For my sweet brother, I send happy Dussehra wishes through this text. I also send sweets and gifts to celebrate this day and hope you have enjoyed the festivity.”
Diwali is the festival of lights where people illuminate their homes with bright coloured artificial lights and earthen lamps called ‘diyas.’ They also worship Goddess Lakshmi and lit firecrackers together. People share sweets and good wishes among each other to enjoy the day. On the festival of lights, the night sky gets illuminated by display of colourful and beautiful fireworks.
“Dear friend, I send happy Diwali wishes for you along with sweets. Let this festival of light bring in happiness and wealth in your homes and prosperity in every task of your life.”
Bhai Dooj, also known as Bhai Phota is celebrated on the last day of the Diwali festival and is similar to the Raksha Bandhan festival. On this day, the sisters perform the Tika ceremony and pray for the long and happy lives of the brothers. They also give gifts to their brothers to show the love. This festival is a significant event for many people.
“For my loving brother, I send happy Bhai Dooj wishes for you through this text. I also send beautiful gifts for you and pray for your happiness and good luck in life always.”
Holi Wishes Messages
Holi is a festival of colours and on this day people splash coloured water and apply dry powder colour called gulal on faces of one another. This spring festival is celebrated both by Hindus and non Hindus. It is recognised largely across India and also has become popular on other parts of the world nowadays.
“Dear friend, I send happy Holi wishes for you with beautiful gifts. I hope you will enjoy this colourful festival with joy and spread the beautiful colours of love among all.”
Rakhi is a festival celebrating the love between a brother and a sister. On this festival, the sister ties a sacred thread called rakhi on her brother’s wrist to signify her love. The brother accepts it as a promise to protect and care for his sister in every way. The brother also gifts the sister beautiful presents and blessings.
“For my lovely brother, I send loving Rakhi wishes through this text message. You are my most lovable person on earth and I send a beautiful Rakhi along with the text with sweets for you.”
The Ganesh Chaturthi festival is celebrated in honour of Lord Ganesh. The elephant God of good luck, success and prosperity is celebrated across India with idols of the Lord created and rituals conducted on the auspicious day. Devotees from long and far come to seek blessings of success and prosperity in their homes forever.
“For my sister, I send happy Ganesh Chaturthi wishes through this text. I hope Lord Ganesh brings in lots of luck and prosperity in your home and success in whatever you do.”