Winter Solstice 2023: Messages, Quotes, Wishes, Wallpapers, Greetings, Images, Cliparts and Instagram Captions

Winter Solstice 2023: Messages, Quotes, Wishes, Wallpapers, Greetings, Images, Cliparts and Instagram Captions

Winter solstice 2023 is ringing the bells and approaching. The significance of the day, winter solstice is that it is the day having the shortest day and longest night in the Northern Hemisphere. In 2023, the Winter Solstice falls on December 22, Friday. This day sets the onset of astronomical winter. However, in the Southern Hemisphere, it is called as summer solstice which marks the onset of the summer.

Winter solstice is that particular moment in which the Earth is tilted at approximately 23.4 degrees and is farther from the sun than any other day of the year. On this day, the North Pole is at an angle that is placed at the farthest and maximum distance in the solar system, away from the sun. Thus, sunlight falls very lightly on the Northern hemisphere on the day, marking it the shortest day of the year.

It is noted that the winter solstice is thought of as an event that stays or is observed for an entire day. However, this is not the case. Winter Solstice lasts for a moment only. Also according to the Old Farmer’s Almanac, the Winter Solstice is just an event of a moment. The Almanac denotes, “Specifically, it’s the exact moment when a hemisphere is tilted as far away from the sun as possible.”

Winter Solstice Date

This year in 2023, as per Greenwich Mean Time, on December 22 at 3.27 am, winter solstice will occur. However, as per Indian Standard Time, Indians can witness the winter solstice at 8:57 am on December 22, 2023, Friday. Across the earth, the winter solstice occurs at the exact time everywhere. However, the date of occurrence of winter solstice always varies every year. Usually, this day falls between December 20-23. However, the most common dates of occurrence of the winter solstice are December 21st and 22nd.

After the winter solstice, the days start to expand and night starts to contract. Thus, the daylight time slowly becomes longer. Various people also think that winter solstice having the longest night and shortest day might be the coldest day of the year, however, it is not a matter at all. It may seem strange, but winter solstice is not the coldest day of the entire year.

Celebrate this Winter Solstice using these best wishes, messages, quotes, wallpapers, images, greetings, cliparts and Instagram captions-

Best Winter Solstice Messages, Quotes, Wishes, and Wallpapers

“Winter is on my mind but my heart is always blooming like spring. Solstice Greetings Sayings.”

Winter Solstice 2023

“Have a blessed Yule with the turning of wheel of time which may bring love, happiness and joy in your life…. Best wishes on Winter Solstice.”

Winter Solstice Wishes

“Sending you and your loved ones a very beautiful and blessed Winter Solstice with warm rays of sun which will soon bring the season of spring.”

Winter Solstice Quotes

“Wishing you a wonderful and cheerful Winter Solstice…. May the goodness of sunrays brighten each and every day of your life.”

Winter Solstice Greetings

“May the brightness and warmth of sun rays enlighten every corner of your heart and home. Happy Winter Solstice to you my dear.”

Winter Solstice Images

“Blessed is the beautiful season which conspires the world in love…. Wishing Happy Winter Solstice.”

Winter Solstice Messages

“Wishing you a warm Winter Solstice….. May the light always remind us of the sun that is soon going to return.”

Greetings, Images, Cliparts and Instagram Captions

Winter Solstice Quotes

“Wishing a very Happy Winter Solstice to you. Sending you warm greetings on this special day. May the spring some soon.”

Winter Solstice Shayari

“Wishing for the rebirth of the sun fill our life, home and heart with warmth and happiness…. Happy Winter Solstice.”

Winter Solstice Greetings

“In the season of cold and white, may your spirit always shine happy and bright.”

“Let the nature embrace each and every day of your life with warmth and love…. Happy Winter Solstice.”


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