Tag Archives: Indian Festivals Significance & Importance

Muharram: Islamic Month of Mourning, Sacrifices

Muharram: Month of mourning

Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar, begins with mourning processions all over the world. Muslims of shia sect, in black attire, participate in the gatherings in which the sacrifices of Hussein and his companions are commemorated. Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Muhammad, was martyred in 680 AD by a group of 72 men, women and children in the …

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सफलता की कुंजी: शिक्षक और शिक्षक दिवस की सही अर्थ

सफलता की कुंजी: शिक्षक

गुरूर्बह्मा, दुरुर्विष्णु: गुरुर्देवो महेश्वरः। गुरुर्सक्षात्परब्रह्म तस्मै श्रीगुरवे नमः।। गुरु, टीचर, आचार्य, अध्यापक, शिक्षक सभी शब्द एक ऐसे व्यक्ति की व्याख्या करते हैं जो ज्ञान देने के साथ हमें सही राह पर चलने को प्रेरित करता है। पुरे भारत में 5 सितम्बर को ‘शिक्षक दिवस‘ के रूप में मनाया जाने वाला यह दिन एक त्यौहार के समान होता है जो सभी …

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How do we celebrate Janmashtami in Mathura?

How do we celebrate Janamashtami in Mathura?

The Janmashtami celebrations differ in different parts of India. The true colors of this festival are seen in Mathura, the birthplace of Lord Krishna. This is the place where the parents of Lord Krishna lived in the captivity of the evil Kansa and where he as a young boy came and vanquished his maternal uncle Kansa to ascend the throne …

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Aranmula Vallamkali: Parthasarathy Temple Boat Race

Aranmula Vallamkali

Aranmula Vallamkali is an annual water sports meet especially for boat races held in Aranmula district Kerala. The water fiesta is organized during Onam in the month of September. This world famous fiesta owes its origin to the Sree Parthasarathy Temple situated on the banks of the Pamba River. Vallamkali refers to the boat race competition that is held during …

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आइये जाने रक्षाबंधन से जुड़ी 10 रोचक बातें

आइये जाने रक्षाबंधन से जुड़ी 10 रोचक बातें

भाई-बहन का रिश्ता दुनिया में सबसे प्यारा और भावना से जुड़ा रिश्ता है। इस रिश्ते में झगड़ा भी है तो प्यार भी। जहां एक भाई बहन की सुरक्षा के लिए हर दम तत्पर रहता है तो वहीं बहन भाई की लंबी उम्र के लिए रक्षा सूत्र उसके हाथ में बांधती है। सावन महीने की फुहारों के साथ ही भारत में …

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Champakulam Boat Race Info For Students And Children

Champakulam Boat Race 2017 - July 8

Kerala, with its winding stretches of backwaters, is famous for its native boat races held in different parts of the State in the harvest season. The Champakulam boat race is the first race during the season and has a tradition of centuries. Champakulam Boat Race: Information & Videos The festivities include spectacular water floats, decorated boats, Vanchipattu – the song …

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Bhatali Navami Information For Students And Children

Bhatali Navami - Hindu Festival

The Hindu community in North India celebrate Bhadli Navami with immense religious fervor. Bhadli Navami also known by the name of Bhatali Navami, Ashara Shukla Paksha Navami, Kandarp Navami and is generally celebrated during the Ashada month. The festival is celebrated on the ninth day of Shukla Paksha in the Ashada month. An important fact related to Bhadli Navmi is …

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Hemis Festival Information For Students And Children

Hemis Festival - Buddhist Festival

Hemis Festival — The courtyard of Hemis Gompa – the biggest Buddhist monastery in Ladakh is the stage for the famous ‘Hemis’ festival that celebrates the birth anniversary of Guru Padmasambhava. The colorful two-day pageant falls on the 10th day (Tse-Chu) of the Tibetan lunar month. The local people are seen dressed up in their finest traditional garb for the occasion. …

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Sufi Saint Hazrat Ali Birthday Celebrations In India

Hazrat Ali Birthday

Hazrat Ali is a Muslim religious dignitary who is held in high esteem by the Islamic community across India and beyond. Born in 1238 to Abu Talib in the Kabba sanctuary, Hazrat Imam Ali was blessed by Prophet Mohammad who was also his father-in-law. During this period, Muslims belonging to the Chishti community offer their due respect to the legendary …

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