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Verses on Lord Ganesha: Pillaarayaastakamu

Verses on Lord Ganesha - Pillaarayaastakamu

A legend explains why Ganesha is worshiped before any other deity or prior to any important event. It happened that Lord Shiva asked Kartikeya and Ganesha – his two sons – to circle the world and return. Kartikeya hurried off on his peacock, but Ganesha walked around Shiva and Parvati. He explained that for him, his parents constituted the world. …

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Short English Lord Ganesha Poetry: Awakening

Awakening - Lord Ganesha

Ganesha is the formless Divinity – encapsulated in a magnificent form, for the benefit of the devotee. As per Hindu mythology, he is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Gan means group. The universe is a group of atoms and different energies. This universe would be in chaos if there was no supreme law governing these diverse groups …

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Teej Festival Poem For Students And Children

Teej - Dr. Ram Sharma

Teej festival is a generic name for a number of festivals that are celebrated by women mainly in Nepal and some parts of India. Hartalika Teej welcomes the monsoon season and is celebrated primarily by girls and women, with songs, dancing and prayer rituals. The monsoon festivals of Teej are primarily dedicated to Goddess Parvati and her union with Lord …

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Eid-ul-Fitr: Eid Poetry For Students And Children

Eid-Ul-Fitr – Obaid Ahmed

Eid-ul-Fitr is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims worldwide as well as in India that marks the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting. Now that we fasted and did extra good deeds, We celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr, one of the two Eids! Allah prescribed two Eids and forbid all other festivals, He told us to worship Him and …

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Happy Holi: Children’s Poetry on Holi Festival

Happy Holi

The trees smile with their sprout of tender leaves and blooming flowers, Eternal nature with its transient expressions Hails spring with ecstasy and joy! Bewildering shades with so many tinge. The land of beauty and greatness, India, witnessing color of happiness and peace Nation come alive to enjoy the spirit A celebration of color – Holi! An experience of content, …

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Thai Pongal: English poem on Pongal Festival

Thai Pongal - English poem on Pongal Festival

Milk Rice the Golden child came – granting immeasurable ecstasy in her cooking Farmers with the beauty of lion dream a picturesque memory this new year gleam. Elevated threshing floor courtyard the face-where month of January gave love’s kiss with rice share abundance in red rice and charity – sweet to the tongue January child glad to meet. With the …

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A New Year With You: Joanna Fuchs

A New Year With You: A beautiful New Year Love Poem

The whole world solemnizes New Year with great enthusiasm and energy. This day has a special contingency for people. People concerned to various walks of life welcome New Year in their own hearty ways. There are few things common in all the traditions when it comes to New Year celebration such as the market gets jam-packed with people purchasing gifts …

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Happy New Year Wish: Joanna Fuchs

Happy New Year Wish - Joanna Fuchs

The new year is celebrated all over the world with great enthusiasm and fun. Earlier, it was a Roman calendar which was having only ten months and designated 1st march as the new year. In the Gregorian calendar, there are 12 months in every year and the new year falls on January 1st which is widely accepted and celebrated the festival.It is …

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He Came All So Still: Old Christmas Carol

Short Christmas Poetry in English: Old Carol

He came all so stillWhere his mother was,As dew in AprilThat falleth on the grass. He came all so tillTo his mother’s bower,As dew in AprilThat falleth on the flower. He came all so stillWhere his mother lay,As dew in AprilThat falleth on the spray. Mother and maidenWas never none but she;Well may such a ladyGod’s mother be. ~ Anonymous

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