Happy Bihu 2021 Wishes Images, Messages with Quotes for Friends & Family
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- 15 January 2021,
- 7:55 AM
Bihu marks the shift in the Sun’s solstice, while it enters the North. The festival is celebrated with much enthusiasm, fervor, and a welcoming aura across the state for its significant impact on crops and agriculture.
This Bihu can be more celebratory with some Bihu and messages!
Happy Bihu 2021 Wishes Images, Greeting Cards in Assamese, English, Hindi
Bihu Wishes in Assamese
Bihu is a festival that brings in joyous prosperity through the harvest season. Sending some Bihu wishes will bring zeal and enthusiasm to you and your loved ones. Enjoy this festival by sharing and spreading some love through our thoughtful messages listed on our page for Bihu!
Bihu Wishes in English
Let’s welcome this year with plentiful joy, peace, prosperity, and happiness by wishing your dear ones with some Bihu wishes and messages.
Happy Bihu 2021 Messages, Quotes & Status
- Bihu stands for new and fresh – Life is always new and fresh – Let us strive to make all days like Bihu. Happy Bihu to you and your family.
- May this Bihu give you the courage to chase your dreams and strength to fight all odds. Let this be a beautiful year. Happy Bihu to you!
- Happy Bihu to you and your family. Wish you a happy and prosperous year with love, peace, hope and joy for the year ahead.
It is also known as Bohag Bihu, a traditional festival celebrated in Assam, India. The festival marks the beginning of Assamese New Year.
Kati Bihu is also called Kangali Bihu, and its festival is in close relation to agriculture. It is celebrated in January usually in the evening time by lighting candles and lamps.
Also known as Bhogali Bihu, a harvest festival celebrated in Assam, India, It marks the end of harvesting season and a bonfire is lit as a ceremonial tradition by praying to the God of Fire.
What is Bihu Meaning?
Bihu is a non-religious festival which consists of three sets namely-Bhogali or Magh Bihu observed in January, Bohag or Rongali Bihu observed in April, and Kati or Kongali Bihu observed in October. Bihu is celebrated in Assam irrespective of caste, creed or religion.
Bihu has no evidential history to it, but it’s believed to be as old as the Brahmaputra river. The festival has been flourishing since the time people settled in this valley. They started tiling the ground for their sustenance. Over the years, it’s taken shape, today, the festival is welcomed with Bihu folk songs and dance.
Bihu is associated with harvest and prosperity over the crops. It marks the arrival of spring and end of winters. It starts from the new year, and lasts for seven days with its significance. There are various dishes prepared, people dress in new traditional attires followed by certain rituals all through these days.
Bihu Folk Song
During this festival, people are well prepared with folk songs and dances. There are special Bihu folk songs songs by the people who participate in the festival, followed by Bihu dance. The people join the celebrations by watching the traditional Bihu dance and later own with their celebrations in the house.
Why is Bihu celebrated?
Bihu is a harvest or sowing festival, celebrated three times a year. Bihu welcomes the spring season, and it’s associated with agriculture, and rice in particular. It is celebrated with food, dance, music to bring joy and happiness into their lives.