Tu Bishvat is the Jewish holiday which celebrates the New Year of the Trees. It falls on the 15th day of Hebrew month of Shevrat and this year it will be celebrated from evening of January 20th till evening of January 21st. Send Tu Bishvat greetings messages to family and friends to wish them.
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Tu Bishvat Messages, Wishes, Greetings and Quotes
Latest collection of Happy Tu Bishvat wishes for everyone. We bring you short and sweet, cute and nice Tu Bishvat messages to wish your family and friends. With these Tu Bishvat greetings, wish everyone with lots of love. You can also have these beautiful Tu Bishvat quotes and messages shared on Facebook, WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter to wish everyone on your contact list.
1). On the occasion of Tu Bishvat, let us make this world a greener and happier place to live in. Warm wishes on Tu Bishvat to all.
2). Let us make it a perfect Tu Bishvat for everyone. Let us plant more and more trees and spread more and more happiness.
3). The real celebrations of Tu Bishvat are incomplete without having to plant more plants. Let us make this world a green one.
4). The real celebrations of Tu Bishvat are all about growing trees and spreading happiness around…. Best wishes on Tu Bishvat to you.
5). Wishing you a healthy body, healthy mind and healthy soul as we celebrate Tu Bishvat…. May you are always blessed!!!
6). As we get busy with the celebrations of Tu Bishvat, let us be thankful to the Mother Nature for all her love and blessings she has showered us with.
7). On the auspicious occasion of Tu Bishvat, I wish a tomorrow which is greener, healthier and happier.
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8). Sending you Tu Bishvat greetings with lots of love and promise to contribute yourself for a greener planet.
9). On the occasion of Tu Bishvat, let us plant a tree this year which will grow every year as our relationship will grow.
10). As we celebrate Tu Bishvat, I wish that each and every day of our lives is blessed with a greener and happier tomorrow.
11). Let us add more meaning to our Tu Bishvat celebrations by promising to conserve trees and make it a greener planet for our coming generations.
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