Happy Tihar 2077 Wishes/Images/Downloads

Tihar is also one of the biggest festivals in Nepal.In this festival which is full of colour and beautiful lights, people share their love with their friends, family and dearest one with beautiful Happy Tihar wishes and Images.

Tihar is also known as Depawali.Second biggest festival of Nepal after Dashain.

The festival is novel and shows reverence not only to the gods, but also to animals like crows, cows, and dogs that have long-lived alongside humans.

Nowadays people love to shower  love and care with lots of Happy Tihar wishes and Images.

Below We listed some beautiful Happy Tihar Wishes and Images in both English and Nepali. Send them to your loved ones and make them feel loved and care for.

 

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Happy Tihar wishes/images

“Light of lamp inspire us to shine in out true spirits!

  May this festival of lights enlighten you all the way.”

  Wish you and your family Happy Tihar 2077!

“घरमा लक्ष्मीको बास होस् 

शत्रुहरु को नाश होस् 

हरेक कामना पुरा होस् 

खुसियाली को बर्सात होस् 

अनि तिहार तपाई को खास होस् “

शुभ तिहार को मंगलमय शुभकामना 

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Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“The true spirit of TIHAR is the Light 

It brings may the Diyos and fireworks brighten your life with joy. “

Happy Tihar 2077

“May this Dipawali be an beginning of peace, prosperity and happiness for all of us.” 

Happy tihar 2077

Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“Joy and happiness is in the air,

 It is TIHAR everywhere,

let’s show some love and care 

and wish everyone out there. “

Happy Depawali 2077

“यस दिपावलीले ल्याओस 

सफलता र समृद्धि तपाई को बाटोमा 

बल र सहस तपाईलाई आशिस मिलोस 

एक सुन्दर दिनको आगमन होस् “

 

शुभ तिहारको मंगलमय शुभकामना

 

Happy Tihar Wishes and Images.

Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“Wish you success and bliss with every light that is lit throughout this festival. “

 

Happy Tihar 2077

“With gleam of Diyos

 And the Echo of the Chants

 May Happiness and Contentment Fill Your life

 Wishing you and your family

 Happy and Prosperous Tihar!”

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Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“I hope all your families and friends will circle around you

 to enjoy the moments of Tihar.”

 

Happy Tihar 2077

सुख र समृद्धि मिलोस तपाई लाई यस तिहारमा 

दुख बाट मुक्ति मिलोस यस तिहारमा 

माता लक्ष्मी को आशिर्बाद होस् तपाई को साथमा  

र लाखौ खुसियाली मिलोस यस तिहारमा 

शूभ तिहार २०७७ सालको मंगलमय शुभकामना 

Happy Tihar Wishes and Images.

Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“Light a lamp of love.

   Blast a chain of sorrow

   Shoot a rocket of prosperity

   Fire a flowerpot of happiness”

   

Happy Tihar 2077

“Diwali is an occasion to let the light of diyas and candles

 illuminate not just your home but your life too.”

 

Happy Tihar 2077

Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“Look at the bright side of life and forget the dark agonies surrounding it “

 

Have a safe and blessed Tihar to you all.

“Let’s make this Tihar joyous and bright

   Let’s celebrate in the true sense this festival of light.”

 

 Wish you and Your family Happy Tihar 2077

Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“May your life be as colourful and shimmering as the lights of Tihar.”

 

Happy Tihar 2077

“May the light of diyas guide you towards the way of happiness and success.”

 

Happy Tihar 2077

Happy Tihar Wishes and Images.

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Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“On this auspicious occasion of Dipawali 

I wish happiness in your life is multiplied 

and sorrows of your life are divided.”

 

Happy Tihar 2077

“Drinks, cards, fireworks, togetherness and joy are the precious thing in Tihar.

 We’ll explore them all. “

 

Happy Tihar 2077.

Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“Happiness is in the air its Dipawali everywhere

   Show some love and care and wish everyone out there.”

 

Happy tihar 2077

“Warm happy Tihar wish for you and your family.

 May this day fill your life with happiness and bring you joy and prosperity.”

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Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“An occasion to celebrate victory over defeat, light over darkness, awareness over ignorance, an occasion to celebrate life.

     May this auspicious occasion light up your life with happiness, joy and peace this Dipawali.”

     Happy Tihar 2077.

 

“For this special time family and friends gets together for fun.

 Wishing laughter and fun to cheer your days, in this festive season of Tihar and always.”

 

   Happy Tihar 2077.

Happy Tihar Wishes and Images.

Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

Happy Tihar to all my fellow country man,

 May this festival bring happiness and prosperity to all.

“Have a wonderful Dipawali and enjoy the festival of lights.

May God bless you all and keep you in good health and spirits always.”

Happy Tihar 2077

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Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“Wish all my friend’s and Family a very healthy happy and prosperous Tihar.”

 

Happy Tihar 2077

“Your Dreams are beutiful,may all of them be fulfilled this Dipawali.”

 

Happy Tihar 2077

Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

“हजुर र हजुरको परिवारहरु लाई शुभ तिहारको मंगलमय शुभकामना। “

 

-Sajilo Nepal Family

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Happy Tihar Wishes/Images

About Tihar

The various communities in Nepal celebrate Tihar in various ways. The festival is popularly referred to as Swati among the Newars and as Deepawali among Madhesis. 

Khas-Arya Nepalis and Nepalis within the Plains of Terai make patterns on the floors of living rooms or patios using materials such as colored rice, dry flour, colored sand, or flower petals, called Rangoli, as a sacred area of welcome for gods and goddesses, particularly Lakshmi.

Bombers often come out during the festival, although the Nepalese government has banned the use of firecrackers in recent years citing a rise in injury cases. Children also go from house to house, singing songs and posing for gifts inside the guy.

Tihar is the second largest Nepalese festival after Dashain, and it is normally assigned a legal holiday of three days. The festival is novel and shows reverence not only to the gods, but also to animals like crows, cows, and dogs that have long-lived alongside humans.

 

Day 1 : Kaag Tihar

The first day of Tihar is called Kaag (raven) Tihar. 

Crows and ravens, believed to be the messengers of the death god Yama, are worshiped with offerings of grains, seeds, and sweets that are placed on rooftops or in the streets.By feeding the crows, the devotees hope to appease them and avoid death and pain for the next year.

Day 2 : Kukur Tihar

Second day is Known as Kukur (dog) Tihar, also called Khicha Puja by the Newars. 

Nowadays, all dogs, be they pets or strays, are offered treats and are worshiped by placing a tika on their forehead and garlands of marigolds around their necks.

Today marks the special relationship between humans and dogs, where dogs are grateful and celebrated for their loyalty, service, and companionship.

Day 3 : Gai Tihar and Lakshmi puju

The morning of the third day is called Gai (cow) Tihar. The cow is an especially important animal in Hinduism and is considered sacred. The cow is the vahana of the goddess of wealth Lakshmi and therefore is also related to prosperity.

Hindus revere the cow as a very docile animal that provides tons of necessities. The cow produces milk, cheese, ghee, urine, and manure. While the first three are often eaten, urine is believed to have beneficial effects, and thus manure is burned for fuel or used as fertilizer.

The third day is also considered the most important day of the Tihar festival. Lakshmi, the patron goddess of the festival, is welcomed into the houses that are cleaned, and hence the doors and windows decorated with garlands made from marigolds. Diyas are placed throughout the house, especially on doors and window sills, while electric lights are placed over houses in the belief that the goddess will not visit dark houses. prosperity and health.

At night, the young women roam the neighborhood, singing and dancing during a tradition called bhailo.

Day 4 : Govardhan Puja and Maha Puja

On the fourth day, we worship the ox as it is a very useful animal in different agricultural jobs in Nepal, which is part of an agricultural society.

Also do Govardhan puja with replicas of Govardhan Mountain made from cow dung.

People prepare a mixture of cow dung and ocher in paste form and apply it in the backyard of their houses and on the flats today.

Similarly, the Newar community celebrates Mha Puja on the fourth day of Tihar. Maha Puja refers to self-worship, making an offering to the body.

Day 5 : Bhai Tika

The fifth and Judgment Day of Tihar is called Bhai Tika or Kija Puja in Nepal Bhasa. On this last day, which is widely known with much fanfare across the country, the brothers and sisters mark their special bond by worshiping each other.

On the fifth day of Tihar, the sisters create a protective barrier of water and blessed oil around their brothers, surrounding them several times. A special garland made from the makhmali flower (Gomphrena globosa) is placed around the brother’s neck, as this flower is known for its long life. The tika placed on the brother’s forehead is also unique, as it consists of seven different colors. Also, the brother places the tika on the sister’s forehead. 

The ceremony is performed regardless of whether the brother is older or younger than the sister and first cousins or cousins are also eligible for the ceremony. At the top, the brother touches the feet of his sisters with his forehead, which means love, respect, and devotion. The brothers receive a variety of cooked foods such as sel roti, fruits, and packaged foods, while the sisters receive cash or other gifts such as clothing.

“Happy Tihar 2077 to you and your Family”

“हजुर र हजुरको परिवारहरु लाई शुभ तिहारको मंगलमय शुभकामना। “

 

-Sajilo Nepal Family

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