Bhai Dooj 2023 Wishes Quotes in Sanskrit, Hindi, Bengali, Gujarati for Sister and Brother

Happy Bhai Dooj 2023 Sanskrit, Bengali, Gujarati, Marathi, Hindi, and English: here are some sweet wishes, SMS, HD images, wallpapers, WhatsApp messages, and Facebook greetings that you should forward right away!

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Happy Bhai Dooj Wishesm SMS Quotes Wishes Messages for Sister and Brother

Happy Bhai Dooj Wishesm SMS Quotes Wishes Messages for Sister and Brother

Bhratri Dwitiya or Bhai Dooj is a Hindu festival, which signifies the strength of the bond of affection between brothers and sisters. In the year 2021, Bhaiya Dooj will fall on Saturday, 6th November.

This occasion is always observed two days after Deepavali Puja or Diwali. Among the various Hindu festivals, Bhaiya Dooj is significant. The rituals and celebration of this festival are performed when Dwitiya Tithi prevails. Bhaiya Dooj is a special day when sisters pray for a long and prosperous life for their brothers. This is done by performing the Tika ceremony. In addition to this, brothers also offer gifts to their sisters.

Known to strengthen the bond between brothers and sisters, Bhaiya Dooj is observed on the Dwitiya Tithi, Shukla Paksha in the Hindu month of Kartik. According to Hindu scriptures, Bhai Dooj (यम द्वितीया) is related to Yama (the God of death) and his sister, Yamuna.


May God bless you with prosperity, health, wealth, happiness throughout your life. Let us pray for each other and hope we stay safe all the time. Best wishes for Bhai Dooj!

थाल सजा कर बैठी हूं अंगना
तू आजा अब इंतजार नहीं करना
मत डर अब तू इस दुनियाँ से
लड़ने खड़ी हैं तेरी बहन सबसे
Happy Bhai Dooj

“জ্বালিয়ে প্রদীপ ডালা সাজিয়ে নিয়ে
চন্দন আর চোখে কাজল দিয়ে,
ভাইয়ের শুভ কামনায় ঘরে ঘরে
আজ দেবে ফোঁটা বোন মন্ত্র পরে।”
Happy Bhai Fota

मार्कण्डेय महाभाग,सप्तकल्पा जीवितह|

चिरन्जीवी यथा त्वं,लाथा मे भ्रातारं कुरुः||

रक्षणाचे वचन, प्रेमाचे बंधन, घेऊन आला हा सण,
लाख लाख शुभेच्छा तुला आज आहे
बहीण भावाचा पवित्र सण…
भाऊबीजेच्या हार्दिक शुभेच्छा…!!!

જેમ બંને આંખો એક સાથે હોય છે,
તેમ જ ભાઈ બહેનનો સંબંધ પણ ખાસ હોય છે.
Happy Bhai Dooj

Bhaiya Dooj 2023 Date/Tithi

Bhaiya Dooj falls on the 2nd day of Shukla Paksha of Kartik month.On this day, tilak is applied on the brother’s forehead by his sister(s), who also pray for a long and prosperous life for their brothers. In the year 2023, Bhaiya Dooj will fall on 14 November.

Bhai Dooj 2023 Puja Time (Shubh Muhurat)

In the year 2023, The Puja Muhurat occurs on November 14, 2023, from 2:37 PM to 3:19 PM. The theme and feel of this festival are similar to that of Rakshabandhan. It is believed that on the day of Bhai Dooj, the age of brothers increases by eating food at sisters’ houses. Not only this but the importance of taking a dip in the Yamuna on this day has also been told.

Bhai Dooj Significance 2023

The honest and beautiful relationship between brother and sister is celebrated on Bhaiya Dooj. This occasion falls on the 2nd day of Diwali. The brothers visit their sister’s home (if she is married), else the puja and celebration take place at their parental house. The brother also takes a pledge to protect the sister and gives her gifts. Bhai Dooj is also known as Bhai Dooj, Bhai Tika, Yama Dwitiya, Bhatri Dwitiya etc. Yamraj, the god of death, is worshiped on the day of Bhai Dooj. According to the legend, it is believed that on this day Yama Dev went to have food at home at the behest of his sister the Yamuna.


Bhaiya Dooj Rituals

On the day of Bhai Dooj, sisters do Tilak to the brother and decorate the puja plate with vermilion, kumkum, sandalwood, fruits, flowers, sweets, betel nut, etc. Before doing tilak to the brother, make a square with the rice mixture. Make your brother sit on this square made of rice and do tilak during the auspicious duration. After doing tilak to bother, give flowers, betel leaf, betel nut, batashe, and black gram to the brother and perform his aarti. After the brother’s tilak and aarti, give a promise of protection and a gift to the brother and sister.

First Published | Friday | 05 November 2021 , 2:59 PM