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Mattu Pongal 2021 Wishes, Quotes & Greetings: Share Thai Pongal Messages, HD Images, Facebook Pics and GIFs on the Third Day of the Harvest Festival

Best wishes to all of you for the festival of Pongal or shall we say,  Iniya Pongal Valthukkal! Pongal, the harvest festival begins from January 14 till January 17.  Just like the Makar Sankranti is the harvest festival of North India, in Tamil Nadu, the festival of Pongal is celebrated with great pomp and show. On this day people look for Mattu Pongal 2021 Wishes, Quotes, Greetings & HD images to wish their loved ones on social media. In Punjab, the harvest festival is celebrated as Lohri and in Assam, it is celebrated as Bhongali Bihu. On the day of Pongal, the sun god is thanked for good yields of crops throughout the year. People also look for Thai Pongal wishes, Thai Pongal 2020 greetings, Thai Pongal Celebrations Pics, Thai Pongal messages &Thai Pongal wishes.

The first rice of the crop is offered at the feet of the Sun God when the paddy crop is harvested. On  Pongal  people also make beautiful kolam designs and muggulu patterns. If you are looking at some of the amazing Mattu Pongal 2021 wishes and greetings in HD pictures, wallpapers, then you have come at the right place. We at LatestLY bring you some of the top and trending 2021 Mattu Pongal images and pictures which you can share with your friends, family, relatives and celebrate the festival with them, despite being far from them.

Send festival greetings messages to your friends and relatives via these Happy Pongal greeting cards in English, Mattu Pongal GIFs, the sun God images to download, Pongal festival greeting messages etc. we have your back! To bring in joy and good luck, you can also make these beautiful kolam patterns and Happy Pongal pot rangoli designs. These video tutorials will help you create the best rangoli patterns for Pongal.

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WhatsApp Message Reads: Rejoice in the Charm of Tradition and Celebrations. Have a Happy and Joyous Pongal!

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WhatsApp Message Reads: Let the Warmth of the Auspicious Festival of Pongal Fill Your Home With Joy. Have a Wonderful Pongal.

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WhatsApp Message Reads: Happy Pongal. With Great Devotion, Fervour and Gaiety, My Warm Wishes to You and Your Family.

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WhatsApp Message Reads: Happy Pongal to All! We Thank Sun for Burning Himself to Save Us. We Thank Plants Sacrificing Their Life for Us. And We Thank All the Creatures Helping Us to Live in This World for Some Time.

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WhatsApp Message Reads: Sending Your Way, Warm Greetings on the Auspicious Occasion of Pongal and Wishing You Life’s Best Now and in All the Days to Come.

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WhatsApp Message Reads: May Your Blessings Be As Plenty as the Rice in the Pot. May Your Life Be As Sweet as the Milk. Wishing You Happiness and Prosperity on Pongal. Happy Pongal!

On Makar Sankranthi festival, people decorate their house and rangolis, muggulu and kolam designs are the centre of those decorations.


(The above story first appeared on LatestLY on Jan 14, 2021 02:26 PM IST. For more news and updates on politics, world, sports, entertainment and lifestyle, log on to our website latestly.com).

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