Pongal 2018 SMS in Hindi and English for Celebrations Among Friends have been provided here. Pongal is one of the most popular harvest festival of South India, mainly Tamil Nadu. Pongal falls in the mid-January every year and marks the auspicious beginning of Uttarayan – sun’s journey northwards. Pongal festival lasts for four days. Celebrations include drawing of Kolam, swinging & cooking of delicious Pongal.
Pongal 2018 SMS in Hindi and English for Celebrations Among Friends
As you joyfully celebrate the festival of Pongal and welcome the harvest season, this greeting is being sent your way, to wish you everything, that the occasion is meant to bring. Have a Happy Pongal.
Pongal is here, an occasion that marks joy and cheer, and brings along everything that’s best. May the festival of the harvest season, be one that brings along with it, all that’s best and everything you’re so deserving of. Have a memorable Pongal.
Happy Pongal to all!
We thank sun for burning himself to save us.
We thank plants sacrificing their life for us.
And we thank all the creatures helping us to live in this world for some time.
All The Stars Wish You A
Very Happy Pongal 2018………..
Thai piranthal Vazhi Pirakkum Yes This……..
Is A Phrase Commonly Used By Tamils
Since The Sangam Period.
Why Not Chithirai Piranthal Vazhi
Pirakkum If Chithirai Is The
New Year Of The Tamil people…
Happy Pongal 2018
Pot Rice to Sun God Sugarcane to cow and ox Sweet rise to you and me Good milk to friends and family Happy Pongal.
Days are too busy Hours are too few Seconds are too fast but there is always a time for me to say Happy pongal
Wish you a very Happy Pongal
Pot rice to Sun God
Sugarcane to Cow and Ox
Sweet rice to You and Me
Good milk to Friends and Family
On this joyous day, let thoughts be translated to deeds. Weed out the unwanted, speed up the wanted, so that next year Pongal Festival will be real.
I wish you all a very Happy Pongal and Sankranti
From me and my family
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Article Title: Pongal 2018 SMS in Hindi and English for Celebrations Among Friends
Article last re-published on July 17, 2017.