Happy Valentines Day Gujarati SMS Messages:
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Here comes the day in a couple of days time, which lovers around the world are eagerly waiting. This day is one of the most awaited day in the year. Lovers throughout the year are planning to celebrate Valentine’s Day in a special manner. Huge and elaborate plans are in place. Some are planning long drives, some a romantic stroll in the garden with flowers in full bloom, some are planning fancy outings at some fancy place, some a fancy ball at expensive hotels etc. Love is the key word doing rounds. An air of expectations and anticipations is flowing hard. Wish all the lovers, all the best and cheers.
Happy Valentines Day Gujarati SMS:
Dosti ma jivjo ma,….
Dosti ma marjo ma,
Himmat na hoy to dosti na karjo ma,
Zindagi nathi amane dosti thi pyari…..,
Dosto matej ch e zindagi aamaaari…..
Have good Valentine Day My Friend…
Nathhhi hotta jyarre tamme,,,,
Tamari yaad aave chhey,
Aa hotho parrr hajaro fariyad aave chhey,
Su bhari didhu 6 khuda E Tamara ma,
Khudda ne yad krta khud Tamari yaad aave chhey,
Pyaaaar Ne Pkavana Nibhadaa Nathi Hotaaaa…
AAaa Dunya Kemm Nathi Samjati…
Ke Dil Bare 6e Teya Dhumada Nathi Hotaaa.
Happy Valentines Day Gujarati SMS
… Tsvir Banavi Dedhi,
Dil Maa Utari Jiger Maa Vsavi…
Tamne Poochva No Samay…Pan Naa Rahyo,…Ane
prem ni ame duniya vasavi lidhi….
Happy Valentines day 2017…
Tyare Tyare Ena GAAL ma
KHADA pade cheyy,
Hu betho betho e Jovu chey…Ke
Happy Valentines Day Gujarati SMS
Rehvu hattu mare sada tari sath ma,
Tuuu mannne na shodh tarri aas-paas ma,
Huuu tane malli jais tarra j swash ma…
Tamne khabar nathi ke tame kya sudhi gaya,
suuu tamaara vadd ni khushbu…
Suuu tamaro rang,
anne vato kari sarir ni,
wah wah tame to atama sudhi gaya….
Happy valentines day 2017..
Lakhi lejo hatheli ma naam maroo,
Sneh na desh ma che dham maroo
Koik divas jo taras lagse tamne,
hatheli thi paani pitta yaad avse nam maroo..
Naa kaheso to mahenat kris,
Pnn jyare tamara layak banis,
Tyaare fari offer karis,
Pnn prem to tamne j karis….
very very Happy Valentines Day…
Sapne dekho tum jis k nend se bhi jeyaada,
Maango tum jis ko har mannat se bhi jeyaada,
Khuda kare wo tumhe chahe apni saanson se jeyaada,
Dua hai apko apka pyaaar mily….
sacha yaar mily …
sohna dildaaar mily …
Happy Valentines Day…
Hu Jaanu chhu Ke Saacho Prem Ek Paagal J KAre Chhe,
Haasy Paatr Banyo chhu..
Zamaani Najaro Ma,
Hu Pan Hasyo Hato..
Pan Prem Ma To Radavani Alag Maza Chhe
Chand Pann Taare Saame Joyee Ne Sharmaaye Che!!!!
Tu Jyare Malkhaye Chhe Tou Mari Jaan Jaaye Che!!!
Tu Nathi Janti Baku…. Tu Mane Ketli Tadfaaye Che!!!
Have Happy Valentines Day.
Original Valentine Story started from Gujarati!
The Gujarati Story of Valentine
Notwithstanding what nonsense you’ve been told by a priest the truth is that the Valentine Day originated in India, and to top it, in Gujarat? It is a known fact that the Gujarati men, especially the Patels don’t treat their wives (Patel’anis) with respect.
One fine day, it happened to be 14th day of February, one brave Patel’ani had enough of torture by husband, then she finally chose to rebel by beating him up with a Velan…(we gujjus call belan a velan ).
Yeah, the same Velan with which she made chapattis for him everyday;only this time, instead of the dough, it was the husband who was flattened.
This was a momentous occasion for all the Gujarati women and a revolt soon spread, like wild fire, with several housewives beating up their husbands with Velan; and there was an outburst of moaning chapattis
all over Anand and Amdahbad. The Patel men folk learnt their lesson and behaved a bit better with their Patel’ani partners.
Then after, each year that day the womenfolk, as a token gesture, beat up their husbands to commemorate that eventful day, the wives having the satisfaction of beating up their husbands with Velan, and the guys having the supreme joy of submitting to the whims of the women they loved.
As Gujarat fell more under the influence of Western culture that day was called ‘Velan time’ day. Hence this ritual soon spread to Britain and many other Western countries, specifically, the catch words ‘Velan time!’.
Ofcourse in their foreign mouths, it was bastardized to ‘Velan time’ and then to ‘Velantine’.
And from that day onwards, 14th of February, came to be known as Happy Valentines Day Gujarati SMS.
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