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Tamil New Year SMS

Tamil New Year SMS

The month of Chittrai (April - May) embarks the time of festivities in Tamil Nadu. 'Tamil New Year Day 'Puthandu' is celebrated on April 13 or 14 every year (according to the Gregorian Calender). People greet each other 'Puthandu Vazthukal' which means Happy New Year. This auspicious day is also popular as Varusha Pirappuv. As per the Hindu mthyical legends, Lord Brahma started creation of the universe.
Highlights of the Festival:- New Year's day is a gala time for all Tamils. The main focus is on the food eaten on the day. 'Maanga Pachadi' is the pulse of the festival. It is a dish made of raw mangoes, jaggery, neem flowers which tastes sweet, salt, sour and bitter. This entails different colors of life. It depicts that life has to face everything from success to defeat. At the time of New Year festivities, a grand Car Festival also takes place at Tiruvadamarudur near Kumbakonam. At some places, Chitthirai festival is also celebrated. It is said on this day, Goddess Meenakshi got married to Lord Sundareswarar. Puthandu Rituals :- In Tamil Nadu, people follow some strict rituals in a belief to ensure well-being and prosperity of their families. The most popular tradition is to view Kanni at dawn with a hope to bring good luck. People start the day by watching some auspicious items like gold and silver jewelery, betel leaves, nuts, fruits and vegetables, flowers, raw rice and coconuts. Following the rituals, Tamils take bath, wear fresh clothes and visit the temples to pray for success in life. After this, Panchangam (almanac) is read. Many people get their houses painted to mark the renewal of life. Ladies adorn their houses with fresh mango leaves and Kolam (rangoli)designs. Sometimes, a decorated lamp kuthuvillakku is placed in the center of colorful Kolam to bring light to the house. People in the advent of merrymaking and feasting exchange gifts with each other. Children are highly excited at the time of Puthandu as they receive small gifts or cash from their parents and relatives. Here we are showing a list of Tamil New Year SMS and Tamil New Year Messages to send as Tamil New Year Wishes.

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Kavalaigalai Sumandhu
Kavalaigalai Sumandhu

Kavalaigalai Sumandhu
Kannir Sindhuvathai Vida,
Latchiyangalai Sumandhu
Ratham Sindhu....
Ulagam Unnai Pottrum.
Indha Pudhiya Varudam
Unadhu Latchiyangal
Niraivera
Iraivanai VendiKolgiren...
EN NANNBAA....

Iraivannin Arull
Iraivannin Arull

Iraivannin Arull
Enrum Namakku Kidaikkum
Enru Nambuvoam
Oru Indianaaga
Jesus-in Pirappai Kondaduvoam...
Anaivarukkum Puthandu NalVazhthukkal...

Kadarkkarai mannalil
Kadarkkarai mannalil

Kadarkkarai mannalil
Namadhu Natppai
Yezhudhi Vaiththean...
Alai vandhu adiththu sendradhu -
'Vilai Madhipillaa
Muthukkal' Yenakkey Sondham yendru.!.
Happy New Year My Dear Friends!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Naan eppava’vadhu
Naan eppava'vadhu

Naan eppava'vadhu
ungalukku thunbangalum kastangalum koduthirundhal,
ennai dhayavu seithu mannikkavum.
Ini ungal vaalkaiyil kurukkida maattaen.
Ippadikku,
ungalai vittu pirindhu sellum ungal nanban

Chittirai thirunaalai
Chittirai thirunaalai

Chittirai thirunaalai vimarsaiyaga kondadum tamil makkal
annaivarukkum enn idhyam kanida tamil pudthandu
nalvazhthukkalai makirshiyodu therivithu kolkiren


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A new beginning...
A new beginning...

A new beginning...
New hopes...
and new horizons to reach...
May the Sun radiate all the goodness of life...
In the coming year and always!
Puthandu Vazthukal!

Vettri’yai Virumbum Namakku
Vettri'yai Virumbum Namakku

Vettri'yai Virumbum Namakku
Tholvi'yai Thaangum Manam Illai...!
Tholvi'yai thaangum Manam irundhaal adhuvum
Oru Vettri' dhaan.!
Intha Putthaandil Anaivarukkum Vetri Kidaikattum.
Wish You a Very Happy & Prosperous New Year...

New Year Thathuvam
New Year Thathuvam

New Year Thathuvam:

Innum Yarum anupala. vandha anupuren.
Paavi pasanga enakum ipdithan anupunanga.

Jan 1st 2011 la Naanga
Jan 1st 2011 la Naanga

Jan 1st 2011 la Naanga
Unga Veettukku
Varuvoam.
Vandhu Permanenta
unga Veetlaye
Thanga Poarom.
Engaloada Name:

"SANTHOSAM"
"VETRI"
"NIMMATHI"

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