How do you wish someone a Gujarati new year?
I wish you and your family happiness, prosperity, and health on this auspicious day! Happy Gujarati New Year! 2. May there be the rain of wealth in your house, may mother Lakshmi always abide, may all troubles be destroyed and may peace abide!
How do you send a Happy New Year message on WhatsApp?
WhatsApp ‘Happy New Year 2022’ wishes & messages: How to send stickers on WhatsApp to greet Happy New Year to your loved ones
- Update your WhatsApp with the latest version.
- Visit the Google Play Store and download ‘Sticker maker for WhatsApp’ app.
What do you say on New Year’s post?
Happy New Year Greetings
- May this year come with lots of laughter and an abundance of blessings.
- Happy New Year!
- It’s not the destination, but it’s the journey.
- Wishing you a Happy New year.
- Cheers to a wonderful year and an amazing one ahead of us.
- On this New Year, let us reflect on the past year.
Why do Gujaratis say Saal Mubarak?
“Saal mubarak” is not a reference to any Islamic festival. In fact, Sal Mubarak is used to signify the occasion of Gujarati New Year, celebrated on the day after Diwali in Gujarat. The day is observed by Gujaratis including Paris, Hindus, Jains and Sikhs.
What is Gujarati New Year called?
Traditionally known as Varsha Pratipada or Bestu Varas, people who celebrate this day prepare new books to keep accounts called the Chopda. Gujaratis across the country are celebrating Gujarati New Year today, 5 November. As per the Hindu calendar, Gujarati New Year falls on Shukla Paksha Pratipada of the Kartik month.
How do you say Happy New Year in India?
How To Greet ‘Happy New Year’ In Different Indian Languages:
- Assamese: Notun Bosoror (S)hubeksha Jonalu.
- Bengali Shubho Nabobarsho.
- Gujarati: Saal Mubaarak.
- Hindi: Naya Saal Mubaarak Ho.
- Kannada: Hosa Varshadha Shubhasheyagalu.
- Kashmiri: Nav Roz Mubarak.
- Konkani: Bhagi Novem Voras / Sontosbhorith Nove Voras.
What is Gujarati New Year?
Bestu Varas or Gujarati new year will be celebrated on November 5. The day falls on the Pratipada Tithi of the Kartik month of the Hindu calendar. The Shukla Paksha (brighter phase of the Lunar cycle) marks the beginning of the Gujarati New Year.
Why do Gujarati celebrate New Year?
It is believed that, the day brings luck and profit throughout the year. During this day, no tithi is observed to pray and perform the rituals. Gujarati New Year coincides with Govardhan Puja. Thus, the whole day is considered promising and auspicious.