• Dhanteras Ka Ye Pyara Tyohar;<br/>
Jeevan Mein Laye Khushiyan Appar;<br/>
Mata Laxmi Viraje Aapke Dwaar;<br/>
Sabhi Kamna Aapki Kare Sweekar.<br/>
Happy Dhanteras!
    Dhanteras Ka Ye Pyara Tyohar;
    Jeevan Mein Laye Khushiyan Appar;
    Mata Laxmi Viraje Aapke Dwaar;
    Sabhi Kamna Aapki Kare Sweekar.
    Happy Dhanteras!
  • May Laxmi- the Goddess of Wealth fills your home with worldly treasures and ushers prosperity in your life at all times.<br/>
Happy Dhanteras!
    May Laxmi- the Goddess of Wealth fills your home with worldly treasures and ushers prosperity in your life at all times.
    Happy Dhanteras!
  • Dhan Vi Tera, Te Man Vi Hai Tera;<br/>
Jindri Vi Teri, Te Shreer Vi Tera;<br/>
Mera Iss Jag Vich Rabba Kuch Nahi;<br/>
Daata Tera Shukar Hai Iss Dhanteras!
    Dhan Vi Tera, Te Man Vi Hai Tera;
    Jindri Vi Teri, Te Shreer Vi Tera;
    Mera Iss Jag Vich Rabba Kuch Nahi;
    Daata Tera Shukar Hai Iss Dhanteras!
  • 10 very important things in life:<br/>
D = Dhan<br/>
H = Health<br/>
A = Anand<br/>
N = Nature<br/>
T = Talent<br/>
E = Enjoyment<br/>
R = Romance<br/>
A = Aitbar<br/>
S = Saubhagya<br/>
Wish you and your family a very happy Dhanteras!
    10 very important things in life:
    D = Dhan
    H = Health
    A = Anand
    N = Nature
    T = Talent
    E = Enjoyment
    R = Romance
    A = Aitbar
    S = Saubhagya
    Wish you and your family a very happy Dhanteras!
  • Let's venerate the festival of Dhanteras by:<br />
Worshiping Lakshmi - the Goddess of Wealth;<br />
Buying utensils to savour tasty meals;<br />
Investing in Silver and Gold as jewellery;<br />
Light a lamp for impending Diwali;<br />
Wear new clothes and jewellery;<br />
And draw Rangoli designs on pathways including the goddess' footprints to mark the arrival of Lakshmi!<br />
Happy Dhanteras!
    Let's venerate the festival of Dhanteras by:
    Worshiping Lakshmi - the Goddess of Wealth;
    Buying utensils to savour tasty meals;
    Investing in Silver and Gold as jewellery;
    Light a lamp for impending Diwali;
    Wear new clothes and jewellery;
    And draw Rangoli designs on pathways including the goddess' footprints to mark the arrival of Lakshmi!
    Happy Dhanteras!
  • Dil Tera Vaas Mera;<br />
Didar Tera  Pyaar Mera;<br />
Jazba Tera Yaar Tu Mera;<br />
Teri Aankhein Niwaas Mera.<br />
Happy Dhanteras!
    Dil Tera Vaas Mera;
    Didar Tera Pyaar Mera;
    Jazba Tera Yaar Tu Mera;
    Teri Aankhein Niwaas Mera.
    Happy Dhanteras!
  • On this auspicious festival, may your life:<br />
Shimmer with Silver;<br />
Shine with Gold;<br />
And dazzle like Platinum!<br />
Happy Dhanteras!
    On this auspicious festival, may your life:
    Shimmer with Silver;
    Shine with Gold;
    And dazzle like Platinum!
    Happy Dhanteras!
  • On the auspicious day of Dhanteras, may you decorate the business premises and make it colourful with traditional motifs of Rangoli designs to welcome the Goddess Luxmi.<br />
May you also draw small footprints with rice flour and vermilion powder all over the house and keep the lamps burning all through the night, to indicate Her long-awaited arrival!<br />
Happy Dhanteras!
    On the auspicious day of Dhanteras, may you decorate the business premises and make it colourful with traditional motifs of Rangoli designs to welcome the Goddess Luxmi.
    May you also draw small footprints with rice flour and vermilion powder all over the house and keep the lamps burning all through the night, to indicate Her long-awaited arrival!
    Happy Dhanteras!
  • Dhanteras is the first day of the 5 day Diwali Festival as celebrated in parts of north India. The festival, known as `Dhanatrayodashi` or `Dhanvantari Trayodashi`.<br />
The word Dhan means wealth and Teras means 13th day as per Hindu calendar. It is celebrated on the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha (dark fortnight) in the Hindu calendar month of Ashwin.<br />
May you have an auspicious start to the Diwali festivities with Dhanteras!
    Dhanteras is the first day of the 5 day Diwali Festival as celebrated in parts of north India. The festival, known as "Dhanatrayodashi" or "Dhanvantari Trayodashi".
    The word Dhan means wealth and Teras means 13th day as per Hindu calendar. It is celebrated on the thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha (dark fortnight) in the Hindu calendar month of Ashwin.
    May you have an auspicious start to the Diwali festivities with Dhanteras!
  • I wish<br />
D: Dazzling<br />
H: Handsome<br />
A: Abundant<br />
N: Numerous<br />
T: Tremendous<br />
E: Enormous<br />
R: Royal<br />
A: Awesome and<br />
S: Substantial<br />
Wealth and riches for you during these Dhanteras!
    I wish
    D: Dazzling
    H: Handsome
    A: Abundant
    N: Numerous
    T: Tremendous
    E: Enormous
    R: Royal
    A: Awesome and
    S: Substantial
    Wealth and riches for you during these Dhanteras!
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