Tuesday, 29 August 2017

Best Happy Navratri SMS in EnglishBest Happy Navratri SMS in English

 Best Happy Navratri SMS in EnglishBest                Happy Navratri SMS in English






1. 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...

2. Dandiya Raas filled with a lot of fun; The festivities of Navratri have begun. May you be blessed with peace and love; By Goddess Maa Durga
from Heaven above. Happy Navratri!

3. Time to revere and pray to Goddess Ambe Mata;
As Durga Maa returns to her earthly abode.
Let's light the Diyas and decorate our houses;
Time for celebrations - you're home or abroad.
Sing the holy hymns, prepare the sumptuous feast;
May you be blessed at all times with inner peace.
Have a glorious Navratri!

4. May the nine nights of Navratri bring grace, joy and fun;
Let's worship Goddess Durga and the prayers be done.
Time to perform Dandiya and play around in circles;
And stage a mock-fight with Mahishasura which Durga won.
Wish you a very Happy and Blessed Naaratri!

5. Goddess Durga is an embodiment of Shakti who overcame the evils of the world. May this Navratri, everyone uses Her blessings and power to overcome their problems in life. Wish you a very happy Navratri!

6. The memories of moments celebrated together make me miss you forever. Happy Navratri!

7. May the brightness of Navratri fill your days with cheer; and may all your dreams come true During Navratri and all through the year. Happy Navratri!

8. Navratri signify 9 nights of devotion.
Spirituality
Celebrations
Music
Dance
Garba
Stuti
Hope
Blessings
Love
May Maa Durga always shower you with divine blessings!
Happy Navratri!

9. Gujarati Funda: If you still remain single after Navratras... then you were genuinely playing Garba! Happy Navratri!

10. I told my mother that I want 'Blackberry' or 'Apple'.
My mom said,
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"Ghar Mein Singhade Pade Hain, Pahle Woh Khatam Kar"!
Happy Navratras!



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