Navratri Messages Hindi English 2017

Navratri Messages Hindi English 2017

Nothing feels better than to start a joyous occasion like Navratri with a loving wish from a loved one. Navratri messages are exchanged among friends, families, colleagues, relatives during the entire festive season. Navratre wishes are generally in the form of
  • lovely gifts,
  • SMS and
  • phone calls
These messages are the most cherished and popular means of wishing Happy Navratras to the near and dear ones. Navratri messages in Hindi, English and regional languages like Marathi are available for download. These Navratri messages are sometimes in the form of
  • lovely quotations, or
  • lines of famous songs or
  • plain heart-felt wishes.
Nowadays the most popular ways to reach the maximum number of people with Navratri wishes is through the social networking sites. Mobile SMS is the other popular means of conveying Navratri wishes.

Navratri Messages in Hindi

Maa Durge,
Maa Ambe,
Maa Jagdambe,
Maa Bhawani,
Maa Sheetla,
Maa Vaishnao,
Maa Chandi,
Mata Rani meri aur apki manokamna puri karey..
*****Messages for Navratri*****
Navratri ke absar par hardik subhkamnayen..
May Maa Durga illuminate your life with countless blessings of happiness and good fortune.
*****Messages for Navratri*****
Ye navratri aapke jeewan men sukh, samridhi, pragati k dwar khole.
Maa ki mamtamayi chhav men aap hamesa aanand se rahe.
Navratri ki badhai
*****Messages for Navratri*****
N-Nav chetna
A-Akhand jyoti
V-Vighna nashak
A-Anand dayi
T-Trikal darshi
R-Rakshan karti
A-Anandmoyi Maa
Nav Durga bless u.
*****Messages for Navratri*****

Navratri Messages in English

This Navratri, may you be blessed with good fortune
As long as Ganeshji’s trunk,
Wealth and prosperity as big as his stomach,
Happiness as sweet as his ladoos
And may your trouble be as small as his mouse.
Happy Navratri
*****Navratri Messages*****
Let's revere Amba Maata....
As she returns to her earthly abode...
Giving us cause for celebration, at home and abroad....
So light the brightest diyas.......
Sing the sweetest sangeets
Adorn yourselves in finery ....
Prepare those sumptuous feasts.......
Revel in the merrymaking.........
Have a Glorious Navratri
*****Navratri Messages*****

Navratri Greetings

Navratri greetings in the form of printable cards are available for download on the internet from the websites, e-cards, greetings sent through the social networking sites, phone calls wishing friends and family members, SMS exchanging greetings are all an integral part of Navratre celebrations. As the festivities continue through the nine whole days, greetings pour in from all corners of the world for the Navratras. Community get togethers, grand feasts, garba dance, preparations of various special Navratri recipes are all a part of the celebrations. Wearing beautiful clothes and ornaments women go around greeting each other lovingly. Men in equally rich clothing also take an active part in the festivities. People go around meeting and greeting friends and family members and wishing all Happy Navratri. You can also show your creativity by preparing homemade Navratri greetings cards with special messages engraved on them.

Navratri Gifts

Navratras is a very special festival and Indians love gifting their family members, friends and acquaintances on this special occasion. For the latest Navratri gift ideas, various websites are dedicated for sending gifts from anywhere in the world to any place across the world. For example, if you are staying away from India somewhere in the distant USA, you can send any chosen gift to any place in India, be it Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi or Kolkata or to the various lesser known towns and cities. Navratri wishes pour in from all around in the form of gifts such as dress materials, jewellery, purses, watches, soft toys, chocolates, flowers, sweets, hampers, electronic items, cosmetics or other personal care products, toys, home furnishings and a lot more.

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