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Buddha Poornima Festival Information for Students and Children

Buddha Poornima

Buddha Poornima, which falls on the full moon night in the month of Vaisakha (either in April or May), commemorates the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha, founder of Buddhism. Notwithstanding the summer heat (the temperature routinely touches 45 degrees C), pilgrims come from all over the world to Bodh Gaya to attend the Buddha Poornima celebrations. The day is marked …

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परशुराम जयंती की जानकारी विद्यार्थियों और बच्चों के लिए

Parshuram Jayanti

वैशाख शुक्ल पक्ष की अक्षय तृतीया को परशुराम जयंती के रूप में मनाई जाएगी। वैशाख माह की शुक्ल पक्ष की तृतीया तिथि की रात में पहले प्रहर में भगवान परशुराम का जन्म हुआ था इसलिए यह जयन्ती तृतीया तिथि के प्रथम प्रहर में मनाई जाती है। अक्षय तृतीया को जन्म होने के कारण परशुराम जी की शस्त्रशक्ति भी अक्षय है। …

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Baisakhi Festival Information For Students And Children

Baisakhi

Baisakhi festival derives its name from the month of Vaisakha (April-May) in which this day occurs. It invariably falls on the 13th of April every year,though once in 36 years it occurs on April 14th. On this day people bathe in the sacred tanks, rivers, pools and wells early in the morning, dress themselves in festival clothes, and visit shrines, …

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Good Friday: Christian Holiday Commemorating Crucifixion Of Jesus Christ

Good Friday

Good Friday is celebrated in April-May by the Christians in India to commemorate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ. Lord Christ sacrificed himself on the cross for the sake of entire humanity. On this day Christians mourn Christ’s death and observe strict fast, and attend the services in the churches. St. Like’s Gospel describes Christ’s crucifixion in the following words: Then …

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Chapchar Kut: Mizoram Spring Festival

Chapchar Kut - Mizoram Spring Festival

History: Chapchar Kut The Chapchar Kut is a festival of Mizoram, India. It is celebrated during March after completion of their most arduous task of Jhum operation i.e., jungle-clearing (clearing of the remnants of burning). It is a spring festival celebrated with great fervour and gaiety. Chapchar Kut is estimated to have started in 1450-1700 A.D. in a village called …

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