Kwanzaa is a week-long celebration belonging to the Afro-American community which is observed for over a week every year. It is celebrated mainly in the United States, starting from December 26 to January 1.
The festival reflects the rich culture and heritage of the Afro-American community. It reflects the bonding both African and American communities have since time immemorial. Kwanzaa celebrations are often a start to greet each other warmly.
These messages can be shared with anyone whom you want to greet in Kwanzaa.
1. May the warmth of Kwanzaa fills your life with love and peace. Happy Kwanzaa! Let the spirit of Kwanzaa nurture your heart and home with love and joy. Enjoy the festival!
2. Kwanzaa is a necessity. There has to be at least one day of the year to remind us that we’re here for something else besides ourselves.
3. May this day be a magical and blissful one. Happy Kwanzaa! I pray for your peace and joy. Have a blessed Kwanzaa!
4. Let the spirit of love gently fill our hearts and homes. In this loveliest of seasons may you find many reasons for happiness. Happy Kwanzaa.
5. Kwanzaa is all about sharing, loving and caring. I wish this Kwanzaa fill your heart and mind with lots of fun and happiness.
6. Wishing You Moments of Light, Peace, and Happiness That Last All Through the Coming Year and More! Happy Kwanzaa From My Heart to Yours.
7. The peace in our hearts should always remain. Wishing you all a happy and peaceful heart in this festival of Kwanzaa 2019. Happy Kwanzaa 2019.
8. The harvest in Kwanzaa reaps love and affection. Let love and affection be the deciding factor this eve of Kwanzaa.
9. Kwanzaa is all about love, affection, and sentiments. Care about your elders this eve of Kwanzaa 2019.
10. Kwanzaa fills our hearts with hope and wonders. Let the wonders be alive this year too, let the fall of Kwanzaa be a great one. Happy Kwanzaa 2019!
What is the Meaning of Kwanzaa?
Kwanzaa is a Swahili, an Eastern African language word that means “first”. It signifies the first fruits of the harvest of the season. Kwanzaa is a harvest season celebration to welcome the first harvests to the home. The celebrations of this festival began in the year 1996 in the United States created by Maulana Karenga, an African-American professor of Africana studies, activist and author.