On the auspicious festival of Bhai Dooj, brothers and sisters around the globe come together to celebrate their love for each and every other and the bond that can exist only between siblings. Celebrated in the Hindu calendar month of Kartika, Bhai Dooj could also be known by many other names, such as Bhaubeej, Bhai Tika, Yama Dwitiya and Bhaiya Dooj.
This year Bhai Dooj is being celebrated on November 16. Here are some wishes, quotes, images and messages that you’ll be able to share with your siblings on this auspicious occasion.
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Who needs superheroes in case you have a brother. Happy Bhai Dooj!
You’ll share your pain; You’ll share your fears; And you’ll be able to share your happiness Thanks for being a very understanding brother! Happy Bhai Dooj!
May this Bhai Dooj add sweetness to your life and bring you endless delight. Best wishes for Bhai Dooj!
May this day beef up our bond more than ever! And brings delight and prosperity to your life. Happy Bhai Dooj!
On this auspicious occasion of Bhai Dooj, I need to thank you my dear sister for everything you have done for me. Thank you for caring for and supporting me all the time. You’re the best sister one could ask for.
A very Happy Bhai Dooj to the one who annoys me the most, yet the person who I love the most.
I pray to God for your longevity and success. And I feel proud to have a brother like you. Best Wishes to you.
The memories of our foolish flights, craziness, and fun may fade absent with time but the love we share will only grow with time. Happy Bhai Dooj!
Dear brother, you are my best friend. You stand by me when I am alone, you are making me feel happy when I am low. Thanks for being for me all the time, dear brother. Happy Bhai Dooj.
I wouldn’t have been the person I am today, had I not had your back. I couldn’t have mustered the courage to do things had you not boosted my morale. This Bhai Dooj here’s telling you that I love you to the moon and back.
Bhai Dooj is the very best time to celebrate with your brothers and sisters and to let them understand how much you love and cherish them. Even supposing you are unable to meet in person because of the coronavirus pandemic, take time to video chat with them. Have a happy Bhai Dooj!
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