Magh Bihu 2023 Assamese Greetings, Quotes, Images, Messages, Wishes, Shayari and WhatsApp Status

One of the most important festivals in Assam, Magh Bihu celebrates the end of harvesting season in the Magh month i.e (between January and February). It is also known as Maghor Bihu as it celebrates the earth’s rotational shift that ends the chilly winter and the commencement of the spring season. This year it will be celebrated on 14th January. 

Magh Bihu is one of the three vital Bihu celebrated by the Assamese community. The word Bhogali Bihu is taken from the Bhog word meaning enjoyment and eating. Well, you can tell, the celebration includes a lot of food and dancing with family and friends. Bonfire is made with green bamboo, hay, firewood and dried banana leaves. As a part of the tradition, devotees like to take bath before making the traditional bonfire. 

Here are a few Magh Bihu assamese wishes, images, whatsApp status, shayari, and quotes you can use to greet your loved ones:

Best Magh Bihu 2023 Assamese Greetings, Quotes, Images, Messages, Wishes, Shayari, and WhatsApp Status

Magh Bihu

May the fire of  Meji defeat evil and spread its warmth in your life. May the spirit of togetherness and a sense of community grow within us. Here’s wishing you my dear friend, Happy Magh Bihu 2023!

Magh Bihu 2023

Wishing you and your loved ones good health, prosperity and happiness on the auspicious day of Bihu. Happy Magh Bihu 2023!

Magh Bihu Quotes

Wishing for you abundance, prosperity, health and light on the occasion of Magh Bihu 2023!

Magh Bihu Wishes in Marathi

May God shower his choicest blessings on you on the occasion of Magh Bihu 2023!

The eve of Magh Bihu or Bhogali Bihu is referred to as Uruka, it is the last day of Pousha, a lunar month. A grand feast is organized and a bhog is made on the first night of the festival. Adults like to make makeshift thatched-roof huts called ‘bhelaghar and bonfire is made with bamboo and hay called as Meji. The celebration takes place around the meiji where people like to sing songs and dance their traditional folk dance. The next day in the morning people like to take baths and meiji is burnt after it. Traditional Assamese games are played such as buffalo fighting and tekeli bhonga (pot-breaking). Devotees pray to their ancestral gods to seek their blessing and forgiveness. Traditional rice cakes are made as a part of a grand feast known as Sunga Pitha. Apart from this, coconut laddoos and Til Pith. 

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