February 22, 2017
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Indian Festivals

Mahalakshmi Vrata

Mahalakshmi Vrata or Varalaksmi Vratha in Hinduism. The ceremony is performed by married Hindu ladies on the Friday before the full moon in the month of Sravana in the Hindu panchang or calender in July/August month calendar. can do it on any other Friday in that month. This is an important Vratha For all married ladies, Varamahalakshmi Vratha is performed more commonly in the southern Indian States of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu and also Maharashtra and Orissa are also the part of this Maha lakshmi vrata. [… More info …]

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Chhathh

Chhath Festival is a Hindu Festival ( in Hindi also called (Dala Chhath)) is an ancient Hindu festival dedicated to the Hindu Sun God, Surya, also known as Surya Shashti. The Chhath Puja is performed in order to thank Surya Devta for sustaining life on earth and to request the granting of certain wishes. [… More info …]

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Baisakhi

The Baisakhi Parva is in Punjabi called (visakhi), Hindi(baisakhi) also known as Baisakhi, Vaishakhi, or Vasakhi. It is the harvest festival celebrated across North Indian states. And especially Punjab state by Punjabis regardless of religion. [… More info …]

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Bhaidooj

The festival is also known as the Bhai Bij, Bhau-beej or Bhav Bij amongst the Marathi communities in the states of Maharashtra, Goa and Karnataka. Bhai Tika as also called in Nepal, other names are Bhai Dooj, Bhathru Dwithiya and Bhatri Ditya. Here the first word Bhai (Brother), and the second word Dooj means the second day after the new moon. [… More info …]

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Dussehra

Dashhara or Vijayadashami is also a Hindu festival celebrated in various forms across India, Bangladesh and Nepal and other countries .It is also called Dasara, Dashahara, Dussehra, Navaratri and Durgotsav.It is also known as Dasara (also known as Dussehra). [… More info …]

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Diwali

Diwali or Deepavali, popular known as the “festival of lights”, is an important five-day festival in Hinduism, Jainism, and Sikhism also , celebrated for different reasons, occurring between October or November. For Hindus, Diwali is one of the Very important festivals.it is celebrated in families by performing different activities together in their homes. [… More info …]

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Lohri

Lohri is the Punjabi’s and Dogra’s cultural celebration of the winter seasons. It is believed that Lohri is celebration of the begining of winter season. [… More info …]

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Navaratri

Navaratri represents celebration of Goddess Durga, the manifestation of Deity in form of Shakti. Dasahara, meaning ‘ten days’.The Navaratri festival or ‘Nine Nights festival’ becomes ‘ten days festival’ with the addition of the last day, all Hindu are Celebrarte nine day they distribute the prassad and small girls give the Food (kanya Bhojan)Vijayadashami On all these ten days, the various forms of Mata Mahisasura-mardini (Durga mata) are worshipped with fervour and devotion. [… More info …]

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Krishna Janmashtami

Krishna Janmashtami is a hi Hindu festival celebrating the birth of Krishna.this festival is also known as Krishnashtami,Gokulashtami,Srikrishna Jayanti,Shree Jayanthi,sometimes merely as Janmashtami also. Shree Krishna an Avatar of the Hindu (god) Vishnu dev.This festival always falls within August to September.The krishna Was Eight child of Vasudav or Davaki.this mid night Vasudev was going to outside the Rajmahal to thier friends home.He gave the Child Yashoda mata.and came back Rajmahal. [… More info …]

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Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan or Rakhi,is a festival primarily observed in India and other state also,which celebrates the relationship between brothers and sisters.The festival is observed by Hindus and Sikhs.The central ceremony involves the tying of a rakhi (Ryshmi dhaga or thread)by a sister on her brother’s wrist. [… More info …]

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Onam

Onam is the biggest festival in the Indian state Kerala. It is celebrated during the first month of the Malayalam calendar which is Chingam (August–September). According to this festival, Kerala witnessed its golden era during the reign of Raja Mahabali. [… More info …]

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Guru Poornima

Guru Poornima is falls on the day of full moon,Poornima, in the month of Ashadh (June–July) of the Shaka Samvat, Indian national calendar and Hindu panchang(calendar).Guru poornima is a festival celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists.This day, disciples offer pooja or worship,pay respect to their Guru (Spiritual Guide). [… More info …]

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