Happy Pongal 2021 Wishes Images, Messages with Quotes for Friends & Family
Happy Pongal 2021 Wishes images in Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada, Hindi, and English: Send best pongal wishes, images, messages, quotes, greetings card, photos, Facebook and Whatsapp status for friends and family
- 14 January 2021,
- 11:48 AM
Wishing your dear ones on Pongal brings everlasting joy and peace in their lives. Like any other festival, Pongal also has significance in Tamil Nadu. Let the warmth of this auspicious festival fill your loved and dear ones home with joy and abundance. Make a change in this Pongal by wishing all your friends and family joy, happiness and peace for years to come!
Happy Pongal 2021 Images, Photos, Wallpaper & Greeting Card
Pongal Wishes in Tamil
Have a look at the best Pongal Wishes in Tamil listed on our page to wish your close ones this year!
Pongal Wishes in Kannada
Express your wishes in your regional language as it becomes more expressive! Browse through some of the messages we have put on this site.
Pongal Wishes in Malayalam
Warm wishes and greeting this Pongal can bring in joy and happiness in their lives. Pongal is all about a celebration of the new year and new beginnings!
Pongal Wishes in Hindi
Are you looking for some Pongal wishes in Hindi to send your dear ones this year? Here are some of the best wishes and messages that will suit your search!
Pongal Wishes in English
Wishing people on this festival brings prosperity and good luck for the year. So, do wish your loved ones and rejoice in this tradition!
Pongal Invitation and Greeting Cards
Gather your guest this Pongal with our professional designed invitation card! You can send the invitation card online even at the last minute!
What is Pongal Meaning?
Pongal is celebrated in association with harvesting on the first day of Thai, which means when the Sun enters Makara Rasi. Due to this, it is also called Makara Sankranthi as it brings the onset of spring.
Pongal is a four-day festival where people celebrate by decorating homes, buying new vessels and burning away old ridden things.
There are many theories to Pongal’s history, some date it back to the Sangam Age while others date it back to the 2,000 years old festival. According to tales, it has many rituals for agricultural prosperity. For instance, people refrain from using harsh words, the ceremonial bath is necessary, abstain from milk consumption etc.
Pongal is a major festival in Tamil Nadu, and it is known as Uttarayan Punyakalam. The name bears an important significance in Hindu Mythology and is considered to be an auspicious festival.
On this day, there are various dishes prepared for such an important festival. People prepare over 20 foods varying from food, sweets, drinks etc. They make two variants of sweet Pongal, til ladoo, Rava Pongal, tamarind rice, curd rice and many others.