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How to Say “Happy Birthday” in different Indian Languages.

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The words may be different but the meaning is the same to wish someone for his/her Birthday which has the same meaning in different languages. Birthday isn’t about cakes, flowers, and gifts, it is all coming together and celebrate with your loved ones.  India is known for its diversity and some 19,500 languages and dialects are spoken in India.

ANDHRA PRADESH  – Puttina roju subhakankshalu.

ARUNACHAL PRADESH  – Pyaw saya kaung – thaw mway –  nay pa

ASSAM – Janmadinara Shubhakaamanaa

BIHAR – Tohara Janam din par bahut bahut Mubarak ho

CHHATTISGARH – Janam din ki badai.

GOA – Zolm Disachim Porbim

GUJARAT – Janama divasa ni subhakaamanaa

HARYANA – Thare lambe sukhi jeevan ki kamna kare se.

HIMACHAL PRADESH – Badhai ho. Tumkoni janmadin ki bohote badhai ho.

MIZORAM – Piancham chibai.

JAMMU & KASHMIR – Voharvod Mubarak chuy.

JHARKHAND – Janam din ki badhai.

KARNATAKA – Puttudina saukhya

KERALA – Pirannal aasamsakal

MADHYA PRADESH – Janam din Mubarak.

MAHARASHTRA –  Vadhdivsachya hardik shubheccha

MANIPUR – Yaifarba napok numit

MEGHALAYA – Basuk sngikha

NAGALAND –  Happy Birthday

ODISHA – Janmadina Abhinandan

PUNJABI – Jananam din diyan wadhayiah

RAJASTHAN – Janam ghaanth ri badhai,

SIKKIM – Janam dinko shubkamna

TAMILNADU – Piranda naal vaazhthukkal

TRIPURA – Tongthok kaham kwrwng Birthday

TELANGANA – Salgirah Mubarak

UTTARPRADESH – Janmadin Mubarak

UTTARAKHAND – Ravihi Janmadi

WEST BENGAL – Shuvo janmadin.

 

Once you celebrating birthdays don’t forget to give flowers or floral arrangements to chocolates and gifts from your vast collection of birthday flowers to birthday cakes.