Pongal 2011 Best Wishes , SMS

The harvest festival of Pongal is celebrated with pomp and gaiety in Tamil Nadu. It is a Tamil festival, which corresponds to Makar Sankranti- the harvest festival celebrated in different parts on India, on 14th of January, every year. Pongal is also known as Thai Pongal, since it is celebrated on the Tamil month of 'Thai'. The festival is marked by a number of interesting activities and rituals. People exchange gifts and wishes with their loved ones, on Pongal. When it comes to sending wishes to relatives and friends on festivals, like Pongal, SMS is the most chosen way. This is because sending text messages is the easiest and fastest way to convey wishes. In this article, we have compiled some of the most popular text messages for Pongal.

Pongal Text Messages

Pongal thirunaalum,
Thalaipongal thirunalum,
Pongivarum pongal pola
Engum pongattum magizhchi
Iniya pongal nalvaazhthukkal!

Udal Kalaipu
Udaluku Mattum
Manadhirku Endrum
Thevai Inippu
Ahdai Inaippadu
Thaan Pongalin Sirappu
Iniya Pongal Nalvazhthukkal!

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.

Pot Rice to Sun
God Sugarcane to cow and ox
And milk to friends and family
have a happy pongal and a prosperous year ahead

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.

Anaivarukkum INIYA PONGAL NAL VAZHTHUKKAL
Pongal Thirunal Ulaga Thamilargalin ore Vizha
Uzhavargalin Unnatha Thirunall
Kadavulukku Nandri Therivittu Pongalai Kondadungal!

Pongal Best Wishes
  1.     As you joyfully celebrate the festival of Pongal and welcome the harvest season, this greeting is being sent your way, to wish you everything, which the occasion is meant to bring. Have a Happy Pongal!
  2.     Hope you rejoice in the charm of your tradition! Wish you & your family a very Happy Bogi Pongal, Surya Pongal, Mattu Pongal!
  3.     Wishing that this festival brings good luck and prosperity and hoping that it is joyous, and fills your days ahead with happiness. Have a wonderful Pongal.
  4.     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.
  5.     Wish you a happy and prosperous Pongal. May all your dreams come true. May the almighty bless you with health, prosperity and joy.
  6.     May this Pongal give you peace, happiness, prosperity and good health that you deserve and remove all the problems that is haunting you for a while. These are my sincere and heartfelt wishes for you on this auspicious day of Pongal. God bless you with all this things.
  7.     May Pongal fill your life with sweetness! May the sun radiate peace, prosperity and happiness in your life on Pongal and always! Like a bright and beautiful Kolam may your days be sprinkled with joy and happiness! May the Pongal bring in new hopes and good harvest for you!
  8.     Pongal marks joy and cheer and brings along everything that's best. May the festival of harvest season be one that brings along with it all that's best and everything you deserve. Have a memorable Pongal.


Pongal 2011

Bhogi Pongal: 14th January.
Surya Pongal: 15th January
Maatu Pongal: 16th January
Kaanum Pongal: 17th January

On the first day, i.e 14th of Januray, the festival starts with the Bhogi Pongal. On this day, the celebrations are limited to the house. On this day, basically the evil spirits are driven out of the home and the entire home is cleaned and whitewashed. All the dirt and waste materials collected from home is burnt into bonfire. On the second day, Surya Pongal, there is commemoration of the Sun god. This is the main day of the celebrations when people wear new clothes and cook food with newly harvested cereals in new pots on new stoves. The third day is Maattu Pongal, which is meant to honor cattle. Pets like cows, buffalo, ox and bullocks are bathed with clean water and worshipped for their contribution in farming and related activities. The festival ends with the fourth day celebrations of Kaanum Pongal.

2 comments:

Jette said...

Pongal is best celebrated with family and friends. And expressing your greetings with heartfelt pongal messages would be great. thanks for sharing these pongal greetings.

Dinesh Sandy said...

Thank you for this Pongal SMS

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