Bhogi Pandigai 2023: Tamil Wishes, Images, Greetings, Quotes, Messages, Shayari, Slogans, and WhatsApp Status

Bhogi Pandigai is a festival that is observed in the southern states of India. It is the first day of the 4-day long Pongal harvest festival. The festival is to reject the old and bring new fortune, blessing, and prosperity into their lives. 

On the day of Bhogi Pandigai, devotees get up early in the morning, mostly before sunrise, and make a bonfire called “Bhogi Mantalu” using wood and other items. It usually takes place on the last day of Margasira or Agrahayaa month. This year, 2023, will be celebrated on the 14th of January. It is widely celebrated in the southern states of Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra. The four days of Pongal include Pedda Panduga, Bhogi Pandigai, Kaanum Pongal, Mattu Pongal

Celebrate this Bhogi Pandigai 2023 by greeting you loved ones using these best tamil wishes, quotes, messages, greetings, images and slogans.

Best Bhogi Pandigai 2023 Tamil Wishes, Slogans, Images, Greetings, Shayari, Quotes, and Messages

To share the joyous wishes and celebrations of the day with family, friends and loved ones is also important. Here are some wishes, messages and quotes to share on the occasion of Bhogi Pandigai.

Rejoice in the charm of tradition and celebrations. Wishing you a Happy Bhogi Pandigai.

Bhogi Pandigai Quotes

Wishing that this festival brings good luck and prosperity. A Happy Bhogi Pandigai to you!

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I hope this Pongal is joyous and full of happiness. Have a wonderful Bhogi Pongal!

May this festival of harvest bring happiness and prosperity to you and your loved ones. Happy Bhogi Pongal!

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Bhogi Pandigai 2023 Date

This year, Bhogi Pandigai will be observed on the 14th of January. One day prior to Makar Sankranti. Devotees start the preparation by cleaning their homes and removing anything that is old or useless. People lit a bonfire where they throw old, useless items and start their new year with positivity and optimism. This year, the time of Bhogi Pandigai will be at 8:57 p.m.


Bhogi Pandigai is celebrated on the last day of the Margazhi, a Tamil month or in some cases during Makar Sankranti. When the sun starts to shift from south to north. As per the English calender, it usually happens between the 16th of January and the 13th of January. The celebration takes place for 4 days. The sole aim of the festival is to remove old energies, and items and bring positivity to your life through the bonfire. Ladies like to decorate their homes with kolam (rangoli) i.e made with flowers and rice. 

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