WhatsApp Wishes, Messages and Quotes to Share on the Occasion


The festival of Makar Sankranti is celebrated in India and Nepal. The occasion each year is celebrated in the lunar month of Paush or Magha, which according to Roman calendar falls in January. The festival is marked on January 14 each year. The auspicious day of Makar Sankranti is dedicated to the Sun God, also known as Lord Surya. On this day, people pray to the sun to express their gratitude. After the pious day, it is believed that the winter ends and the longer days start.

On this day, many people take a holy dip in sacred rivers, like Ganga, Yamuna, Godavari and Krishna. According to the Hindu religion, this practice results in removing sins committed by a person in their life.

To extend the greeting of Makar Sankranti 2021 you can send these messages to your loved ones over WhatsApp or SMS:

1. Wishing you and your family lots of happiness and sweet surprises this Makar Sankranti!

2. Hope the rising sun on Makar Sankranti fills your life with abundant joy and prosperity.

3. May the sun radiate peace, prosperity, and happiness in your life forever and ever. Wish you a joyous Happy Makar Sankranti!

4. With tons of light and warmth me and my family wish you a very Happy Makar Sankranti.

5. Worship Surya, fly the kite and celebrate all day this season of goodness. Wishing you a very happy Makar Sankranti!

6. This is that time of the year where you can enjoy each moment with full intensity and cheer. Wish you yours a very prosperous Makar Sankranti!

7. I wish you soar high just like the kites on Makar Sankranti. Greetings and blessings on this auspicious day.

8. May Makar Sankranti burn all the moments of sadness and bring joy, love and warmth. Happy Makar Sankranti!

9. May this Makar Sankranti usher in goodness, peace, good health and happiness in your life. Happy Makar Sankranti to you and your loving family.

10. May this Makar Sankranti shower you with everything you have wished for. May there be no trace of sorrow in your life. Enjoy the bliss of Makar Sankranti.




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