5 Touching Quotes For Your Brother On Bhaiya Dooj

Bhai Dooj (also known as Bhaiya Dooj), an Indian festival celebrated by Hindus over the world falls on the day after Diwali. “Bhai/Bhaiya” means brother and “Dooj” means the second day. Since, this festival is celebrated on the second day of the bright fortnight of the Indian lunar month, hence the use of word “Dooj”. It is also one of the most important festivals celebrated in Nepal. As per the ritual, the sister performs an aarti-tilak ceremony, by applying red tika (vermilion) on her brother’s forehead and prays to God for his long and happy life. The same brother blesses her sister in return and gifts her on the occasion of Bhaiya Dooj. Such a beautiful way of wishing good for your sibling, isn’t it? Does this sound similar to Raksha Bandhan? Both seem similar but Raksha Bandhan is different from Bhai Dooj in several aspects.

Surprise your brother on this Bhaiya Dooj:

This year, how about presenting your sibling with a handmade greeting card with a couple of lovely and inspirational quotes on love, and the special bond of brother-and-sister? The Champa Tree brings to you  Bhai Dooj quote special, motivational quotes for you to draw your inspiration from. Now, isn’t this one of the best family day celebration ideas?

Quote #1

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Of all the toys I have to play with, I’d choose my brother(s) any day!

Quote #2

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A brother is a forever friend.

Quote #3

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The memories may fade away with passing time but the love we share will only grow.

Quote #4

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When sister and brother stand shoulder to shoulder, who stands a chance against us? I am lucky to have a sibling like you.

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It was nice growing up with someone like you. Someone to count on, someone to lean on…Someone to tell on!

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7 thoughts on “5 Touching Quotes For Your Brother On Bhaiya Dooj”

  1. Good to know you and your brother were together this year. Hope you and your family enjoyed the festival. Cheers!!!

  2. I’m so missing my bro and cousins back home, you know. And they all are putting up celebration pictures in Fb…
    Loved the hand made card idea. May be next year I’m gonna mail them one such, made with maple leaves 😀