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Parshuram Jayanti 2021 Messages: Wish your loved ones on Parashuram Jayanti with these Hindi Quotes, WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Greetings, GIF Images

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Parshuram Jayanti 2021 Messages in Hindi: Parshuram Jayanti is also celebrated every year on the day of Akshaya Tritiya. Lord Parshuram (Bhagwan Parshuram) is considered to be the sixth incarnation of Lord Vishnu, the follower of the world. His birthday is celebrated as Parashuram Jayanti. According to Hindu Panchang, Parshuram Jayanti is celebrated every year on Tritiya of Shukla Paksha of Vaishakh month and this holy date is today (14 May 2021). According to mythological beliefs, Lord Parshuram was born on this auspicious date in the Pradosh period, hence celebrating his birth anniversary in the Pradosh period is considered to be very fruitful. Parashurama was born in the Bhargava dynasty in Tretayuga, his father’s name was Rishi Jamadagni, while his mother’s name was Renuka.

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Worshiping Lord Parshuram on the day of Parshuram Jayanti brings virtuous fruits and Lord Vishnu is also blessed. How can you congratulate your loved ones on the auspicious occasion of Parshuram Jayanti? On this auspicious occasion you can wish your loved ones through these Hindi messages, quotes, WhatsApp stickers, Facebook greetings, GIF images.

1- Sreeram is calm,

If I get angry, Parashuram is

Long live Rama…

Jai Shri Parashuram…

Happy parshuram jayanti

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2- Both weapons and scriptures are useful,

These lessons have taught us yogis,

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Jai Shri Parshuram….

Happy parshuram jayanti

Parshuram Jayanti 2021 Messages: Wish your loved ones on Parashuram Jayanti with these Hindi Quotes, WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Greetings, GIF Images World Daily News24

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3- Parashuram is a symbol of love,

Rama is the symbol of the true Sanatan,

Thus Paraशurāma means,

Factors of might and holders of truth.

Happy parshuram jayanti

Parshuram Jayanti 2021 Messages: Wish your loved ones on Parashuram Jayanti with these Hindi Quotes, WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Greetings, GIF Images World Daily News24

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4- Let’s all celebrate Parshuram Jayanti,

Praise the Lord by taking it,

Ask Ashish Shri Parashuram ji,

Chanting his name…

Happy parshuram jayanti

Parshuram Jayanti 2021 Messages: Wish your loved ones on Parashuram Jayanti with these Hindi Quotes, WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Greetings, GIF Images World Daily News24

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5- Master is the conscience,

Knowing the difference between infinity and death,

Bow to the whole world,

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Water also became the elixir of his phase.

Happy parshuram jayanti

Parshuram Jayanti 2021 Messages: Wish your loved ones on Parashuram Jayanti with these Hindi Quotes, WhatsApp Stickers, Facebook Greetings, GIF Images World Daily News24

Parshuram Jayanti 2021 (Photo Credits: File Image)

According to the prevailing mythological beliefs, Lord Parasurama was born to end the atrocities on Brahmins and Rishis. It is said that people who do not have children, should fast and worship Lord Parashuram on this day, by this, they get the blessing of having children. It is said that once when Parashurama reached Kailash to meet Lord Shiva, Ganesh ji stopped him from going, due to which he got angry and broke a tooth of Ganesha with his ax. After this, Lord Ganesha also came to be called Ekadanta.

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