Rakhi or rakshabandhan is one of the most unique and beautiful festival. It is much famous among people living in all states ofIndia. Hindu people speacially celebrates this festival with great joy and enthusiasm. Rakhi celebration revolves around love and affection between brother and sisters. Now a day’s people also send good wishes through sms messages on mobile phones. So new technology is good somewhere.
During rakhi time brother and sisters gives gift to each other with good wishes. Rakshabandhan is one of the most famous festival and not only in Hindu religion but also celebrated among Sikhs and Muslims also. You can send good wishes to their well wishers, relative and friends on mobile sms . There are some of beautiful and very good sms jokes on this festival as follows.
Raksha Bandhan Sms Jokes :
Rishta hai janmo ka hamara,
Bharose ka aur pyaar bhara,
Chalo, ise bandhe bhaiya,
Rakhi ke atut bandhan mein.
“Kaamyabi tumhare kadam chume,
Khushiyan tumhare charo aur ho,
Par bhagwan se itni prarthana karne ke liye,
tum mujhe kuch to commission do!
To my extremely lovable (but kanjoos) brother.
Just kidding as always.
“Happy Raksha Bandhan”
Aati Thi Jaathi Thi
Hansti Thi, hansati thi
Bhagati Thi, Bhagaati Thi
Bolti Thi, Bulwati Thi
Per aaj pata chala ki
vah mujhe Rakhi bandhna chahti thi!
Yu to hai hum Brahmchari
Per ladki Dikhi to Aankh mari
Pat gai to Hamarivarna……
Rakhi ki hai taiyaari
All above are some of jokes related to Rakhi or Rakshabandhan festival ofIndia. it is a festival of love and relation between brother and sister. Rakhi jokes and sms shayris are a way to express feelings of this festival with good manner.
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India is a country of fairs and festivals. All of those celebrated for auspicious purpose or occasion. One of them is Guru
Poornima. Guru Poornima is one of the India’s most holy festivals, and celebrated on the full moon day of Ashadh month according to Hindu calendar.
This is a day dedicated to guru or a teacher. Guru Poornima comes in month of July – August. This day is being more important for people because Sri Veda Vyasa was born on this day. so it is also known as the name of Vyasa Poornima. He concluded the making of the four Vedas of Hindu religion and he had also written all of eighteen forms of Purans In Hindu Religion on auspicious day of Guru Poornima.
Guru Poornima is a day which is celebrated in dedication or honor of our teachers of all type may be holy teacher or may be teacher who helps to be educated. A factual Guru is one who enjoys ultimate happiness. Therefore a true Guru is essential to make us appreciate the shapeless and quality less spirituality. In Hindu religion there is a saying according to holy books as follows which clears the importance of Guru for any person.
“Gurur Brahma Gurur Vishnu Guru Devo Maheswara;
Gurur Sakshat Para Brahma Thasmai Sri Gurave Namaha“
So Guru Poornima is a grate day for priest and students to worship their guru and get blessings for their successful Future.
Guru Poornima In Year 2014: 12 July
This year Guru Poornima festival will be celebrated with great pleasure because it’s significant for Hindu religion. This will be day to worship our guru (The Teacher) with our god because Guru is like God.
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