Uttarayan 2023 Gujarati Wishes, Images, Messages, Quotes, Greetings, Shayari, and WhatsApp Status Video to Download

Uttarayan is one of the most awaited festivals in the state of Gujarat. The celebration includes enjoying sweets and eating mouth-watering khichdi. The festival is also known as Makar Sankranti. It is a festival of harvest and is celebrated with full enthusiasm all over the world. Gujaratis like to fly kites during the day and scream  “Kai Po Che”. Well, the festival is a lot more than just kites, khichdi and sweets. 

Makar Sankranti officially commences the beginning of spring and ending of winter. From this day, the days start to get longer because the sun starts to move towards the north. That is why this period is called Uttarayan and is regarded as highly auspicious. 

Wishes for the festival typically include good health, prosperity, and happiness for oneself and loved ones. So if you also want to greet your loved ones this Uttarayan 2023, then use these best gujarati images, wishes, shayari, quotes, greetings and messages.

Best Uttarayan 2023 Gujarati Quotes, Wishes, Shayari, Images, Messages, and Greetings


May happiness and prosperity be radiated through the holy rays of sun to your family. Happy Uttarayan 2023!

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May the Sun God throw rays of happiness and prosperity in your life. Wishing you and your family a very happy Makar Sankranti!

Uttarayan Wishes

I may be far away, but the warmth of my wishes will surely reach you. Happy Uttarayan 2023!

Uttarayan Messages and Greetings

On this Makar Sankranti may the Sun God bless you with love, prosperity, and peace. HappyUttarayan 2023!

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Earlier, uttarayan used to be celebrated on 31st December many years ago but after the revolution around the sun by the earth. Every 8 years the Uttarayan has been postponed by day one. As per old traditions, thousands of years ago, Uttarayan was observed on 31st December. This year in 2023, the festival will be celebrated on 15th January. It is usually celebrated on 14th January or 15th January in case of leap year. 


According to Mahabharata, King Bhishma was given a chance to choose his time of death and day. So, Bhishma Pitamah waited for the sun to be placed correctly, i.e Uttarayana for his death. During this time, the sun starts to move towards the North direction before Uttarayan. 

In Hindu culture, the festival is regarded as highly auspicious. It is called Winter Solstice or say Uttarayana. The season of harvest is considered a seasonal observance and religious. As per the Hindu community, the day is dedicated to Surya. 

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