PM Modi, Amit Shah And Others Tweet Akshaya Tritiya Greetings. See Here

Akshaya Tritiya 2021: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Rahul Gandhi and others tweeted Akshaya Tritiya greetings.

PM Modi, Amit Shah And Others Tweet Akshaya Tritiya Greetings. See Here

2021 Akshaya Tritiya: Here's a look at Akshaya Tritiya wishes from PM Modi and others


  • Akshaya Tritiya is being celebrated today
  • PM Modi greeted the nation on Akshaya Tritiya today
  • Akshaya Tritiya is one of the most auspicious days

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and other leaders across political parties tweeted warm messages and greetings on Akshaya Tritiya today. Akshaya Tritiya is considered to be an extremely auspicious day - a perfect time to begin anything new. Akshay means eternal and Tritiya refers to the third day of the lunar fortnight. PM Modi took to Twitter and wished people on the special day. In his message, PM Modi wrote in Hindi, Akshaya Tritiya is an auspicious day associated with great success in every endeavour; may the world be successful in defeating the pandemic. 

Union Home Minister Amit Shah in his Akshaya Tritiya message said, may everyone enjoy unlimited happiness, good health and prosperity. 

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, in his Akshaya Tritiya, greetings appealed to people to stay home amid the pandemic and perform the rituals of the sacred day.   

Defence Minister Rajnath Singh wished countrymen on Parshuram Jayanti and Akshaya Tritiya.   

Rahul Gandhi tweeted his greetings on Akshaya Tritiya and Congress MP from Thiruvannanthapuram wrote on the microblogging site: ''Though not observed by many in South India, Akshaya Tritiya is significant not just as the birthday of Lord Parashurama but also as the date that, many believe, Ved Vyasa commenced dictating the Mahabharata to Ganeshji. May it be a blessed, auspicious day for the prosperity of all."

Akshaya Tritiya is a day when people engage in charitable work and offer prayers to Lord Vishnu and Goddess Laskhmi. This is the day when Ved Vyasa recited Mahabharata to Sri Ganesha and Devi Ganga descended on earth. On this day, Lord Krishna gave his wealth to his friend Sudama who had come to him for help.