Happy Dahi Handi Marathi Wishes, Images, PNG, Poster, Quotes, Greetings, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messages: The festival of Krishna Janmashtami has arrived. Dahi Handi is also an important ritual of Krishna Janmashtami. In 2021, Krishna Janmashtami will be celebrated on 30 August. While Dahi Handi is falling on 31 August. The Dahi Handi ritual is part of the Janmashtami festival in Maharashtra, where youngsters (called Govindas), dressed in colourful attire, make a human pyramid to reach an earthen pot containing buttermilk and suspended in mid-air, and break it.
On Dahi, Handi people greet each other as well by exchanging Wishes, Images, Messages, Quotes, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messages. Use these “Happy Dahi Handi Marathi Wishes, Images, PNG, Poster, Quotes, Greetings, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messages” to greet your loved ones on this Dahi Handi.
Happy Dahi Handi Marathi Wishes, Images, PNG, Poster, Quotes, Greetings, WhatsApp, and Facebook Messages
Let us keep our hearts as pure and soft as the butter that Krishna stole from the homes of the Gopis. The butter represents the serene and pious hearts of the Gopis, who had nothing but only profound love for Shri Krishna. Happy Dahi Handi.
Krishna stole butter that represents purity, serenity and tenderness. Only when we keep our heart devoid of greed, pride and hatred that we will be able to feel the presence of God. This Dahi Handi, may Krishna shower you with his choicest blessings.
May Lord Krishna come to your house and take away all ur Makhan – Mishri with all your worries and sorrows. His blessings on you and your family. Happy Dahi Handi!
May this Janmashtami bring happiness in your life and hatred will be far apart from your life. Enjoy the festival with love in your heart and good wishes for others. Jai Shri Krishna
May Lord Krishna shower all his blessings on you and your family and bless your prosperity. Happy Janmashtami.
May this auspicious occasion of Dahi Handi bring a lot of positivity, peace and harmony in your life. Happy Dahi Handi to you. Hare Krishna!