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Durga Puja Pandals: Making and Idol Installation

Durga Puja Pandals: Durga Puja Pandal Making, Idols In Durga Pooja Pandals

Durga Pooja is a ten days long festival celebrated with great pomp and show in Northern and Eastern part of India. The preparation for this pooja and celebrations begins days before the festival. Generally, the Durga Pooja is done on a community level and the idols and pandals (tents) for the Pooja are arranged by the pooja management committee of …

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Durga Puja Origin Story For Students And Kids

Durga Puja Origin: Story Of Durga Pooja, Durga Puja Legend

Durga Puja finds its origin in the Hindu mythology. Goddess Durga is regarded as the deity of power. She entered the earth with the aim to kill the demon Mahishasura, who set out to conquer the world with his tyranny and invincible power. Due to her victory over him, Goddess Durga is sometimes referred to as Mahishasura Mardini (the Goddess …

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Durga Puja Greetings For Students And Children

Durga Puja Greetings

Durga Puja Greetings For Students And Children: Durga Pooja is one of the major Hindu festivals in India. It is celebrated with great pomp and show in the northern states of India like West Bengal, Bihar, Uttar Pradesh, Orissa and eastern states of Tripura. The atmosphere in these states turns completely festive and people over enthusiastically participate in every little …

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Navratri Festival Greetings For Students

Navratri Festival Greetings

Navratri Festival Greetings, Navratri e-Cards: All nine days during Navratri are dedicated to nine forms of Goddess Shakti. Shardiya Navratri falls in the month of September or October. The nine days festivity culminates on tenth day with Dussehra or Vijayadashami. Navratri is a time where nine forms of Hindu goddesses like Durga, Bhadrakali, Amba or Jagadamba, Annapurna, Sarvamangala, Bhairavi, Chandika …

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Ganesh Chaturthi Greetings For Students & Kids

Ganesh Chaturthi Greetings

Ganesh Chaturthi Greeting Cards: Ganesha Chaturthi is the Hindu festival celebrated in honour of the god Ganesha, the elephant-headed. The festival, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi, is observed in the Hindu calendar month of Bhaadrapada, starting on the shukla chaturthi. Listed are some of our popular Ganesh Chaturthi greeting cards, which can be used for sending to friends, family members …

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Onam Greetings For Students And Children

Onam Ggreetings

Onam Greetings For Students And Children: Onam is the biggest and the most important festival of the state of Kerala. It is a harvest festival and is celebrated with joy and enthusiasm all over the state by people of all communities. According to a popular legend, the festival is celebrated to welcome King Mahabali, whose spirit is said to visit …

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Janmashtami Greetings For Students And Kids

Janmashtami Greetings

Janmashtami Greetings For Students And Kids: Janmashtami also known as Gokulashtami marks the celebration of the birth of Lord Sri Krishna. Sri Krishna was born in the ‘Rohini’ nakshatram (star) to King Vasudeva and Devaki Devi on the eighth day of the dark fortnight in the month of Sravana. This festival is also known as Sri Krishna Jayanti and Krishnashtmi. …

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Hanuman Jayanti Greetings For Hindu Devotees

Hanuman jayanti greetings

Hanuman Jayanti Greetings For Devotees, Students And Children: Hanuman Jayanti is celebrated on the full moon day (pournima) of the Hindu lunar month of Chaitra. A special feature of Hanuman Jayanti is that according to some religious almanacs (panchangs) the birthday of Shri Hanuman falls on the fourteenth day (chaturdashi) in the dark fortnight of the month of Ashvin while …

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Baisakhi Greetings For Students And Children

Baisakhi Greetings, Baisakhi e-Cards

Baisakhi Greetings: Celebrate the auspicious festival of Baisakhi and send wishes for blessed, prosperous and joyful Baisakhi Make the celebration special for them with our warm cards. Baisakhi is traditionally observed on 14 April, every year. The festival is important to both Sikhs and Punjabis (people from the region of Punjab. The festival coincides with other new year festivals celebrated …

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