The Malayalam New Year or Vishu is celebrated every year by Malayalis in Kerela, Karnataka and different parts of the country. The festival falls on the first day of Medam as per the Malayalam calendar which usually falls in April mid every year. This year, Vishu is falling on April 14. Vishu literally means equal and the festival is marked by preparing auspicious dishes, praying and wearing new clothes. The room of worship is decorated with a lit lamp, golden shower flowers, fruits, vegetables, betel leaves, and an assortment of rice, mirror, money, and gold arranged in a metal plate with the idol of Lord Krishna. People pray to Lord Krishna on the New Year’s Day as per their traditional custom, they witness Lord Krishna’s idol as first thing in the morning.

On this day, people of Kerela take bath in sacred water and offer prayers to Lord Krishna in the temple. They also wear their traditional outfit Kodi Vastram for celebrating Pooram Vishu which is followed by dancing and singing forms as a part of Vishu day celebration. The feast of the festival known as Sadya is prepared by the women which include mangoes, jackfruits, pumpkins, and gourds. A dish called Moru Kutan made of Payasam (Kheer), yogurt, Veppampoorasam (a bitter neem preparation) and Mampazhapachadi (a sour soup of mango).

English Quotes:

“Let this Vishu give you the strength to do all that you dreamed to do during last year but didn’t dare to do. Happy Vishu! Let this be a delightful year, filled with delightful things in each of its days.”

“Start the year with the smile, Celebrate with the family and share the memories. Cherish the experience and treasure it. Let the happy moments be your inspiration in life throughout the year.Happy vishu!”

“From this vishu, I wish the each day will be filled with cheer and joy. Live your life to the fullest and dream big. May the Lord krishna shower all his blessings on you. Happy Vishu!”

“May Lord Vinayagar shower his divine blessings on you and fill your life with new hopes and endless celebrations!”

“B4 the celebration starts, B4 nostalgia sets in, B4 u get busy & B4 the network gets jammed, Let Me Wish U A FABULOUS HAPPY VISHU”

“The God created the world on this day for his followers. May on this day you find new hope and happiness at your heart to make your life beautiful! Happy Vishu Kani!”

Malayalam Quotes:

“Ormakal Koodu Kootiya manasinte Thalir chillayil, Ponnin niramulla Orayiram Ormakalumayi, oru Vishu koodi varavayi. Othiri snehathode Orayiram. Vishu Asamsakal”

“Orayiram kanikonnakal mansil pookunnu, Oru Vishu kaalam koodi, Vishu kaineetamayu ente hridayathil ninnum Orayiram Vishu asamsakal”

“Vishupakshipattum kanithelichavum kaineettathilakavum medaponpulariyil aishwaryamaakatte”

“Ethu Sangalpa Lokath pularnnalum Ethu Doosara Lokath valarnnalum manasilundakatte Gramathinte Vishudhiyum manjum ithiri konnapoovum”

“Manassilundavatte gramathin Vishudhiyum manavum Mamathayaum ithiri konnappoovum. Happy Vishu Asamsakal”

Hindi Quotes:

“भुला दो बीता हुआ कल दिल में बसाओ आने वाला कल हंसो और हंसाओ, चाहे जो भी हो पल खुशियां लेकर आएगा आने वाला कल आपका नववर्ष मंगलमय हो। हैप्पी विशु।”

“पुराना साल सबसे हो रहा है दूर, क्या करें ये ही है कुदरत का दस्तूर, बीती यादें सोचकर उदास न हो तुम, विशु के जश्न में धूम मचाओ तुम। विशु पर्व की शुभकामनाएं।”

“नए साल में गुलाब ढेरों खिलाने हैं, नए साल में गुलाब ढेरों खिलाने हैं, रोते हुए दोस्त सारे मनाने हैं, बंद आंखों में जो चुभ रहे हैं रेत की तरह, बंद आंखों में जो चुभ रहे हैं रेत की तरह, पलको को खोलके आंसू सारे गिराने है।आपको मुबारक विशु का त्योहार |”

“12 महीने आती रहे कामयाबी, 52 सप्‍ताह बनी रहे मुस्‍कान, 365 द‍िन होती रहे मस्‍ती, 8760 घंटे बनी रहे खुशी, 525600 म‍िनट बरसे भगवान की कृपा, और 31536000 सेकंड में एक पल भी न आए गम। हैप्पी विशु।”