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Dussehra Festival Information For Students

Dussehra

Dussehra / Vijay Dashmi / Mohani Naka Dasara Festival Dussehra or Vijay Dashmi is a very popular Hindu Festival, celebrated with éclat throughout the country. It is observed on the tenth day of the bright half of Ashvina (September-October). It is a ten-day celebration, during which Ramlila, which is based on the epic story of the Ramayana, is staged at …

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क्षमावाणी दिवस: जैन धर्म के अनुयायियों का एक पर्व

क्षमावाणी दिवस: जैन धर्म के अनुयायियों का एक पर्व

अपनी गलतियों पर क्षमा मांगने की क्षमता को विकसित करना बहुत जरूरी है। क्षमावाणी ऐसा पर्व है, जब लोग जीवन जीने के क्रम में होने वाली गलतियों के लिए क्षमा मांगते हैं। इस अवसर पर साफ दिल से सच्ची क्षमा मांगकर अपने जीवन को धन्य करें और यही इस पर्व की महत्ता भी है। क्षमावाणी दिवस: क्षमा में भाव का …

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क्षमावाणी दिवस: जैन संस्कृति में क्षमा का पर्व

Mahavir Jayanti Images

क्षमावाणी से अपने अहम को करें दूर Kshamavani (क्षमावाणी) or “Forgiveness Day” is a day of forgiving and seeking forgiveness for the followers of Jainism. Digambaras (दिगंबर) celebrate it on the first day of Ashvin Krishna month of the lunar-based Jain calendar. Śvētāmbaras (श्वेतांबर) celebrate it on Samvatsari, the last day of the annual Paryushana festival. which coincides with the Chaturthi, …

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Bhadrapada Purnima Information For Devotees

Bhadrapada Purnima - Hindu Festival

Bhadrapada is an auspicious month in Hindu calendar. Celebrations are dedicated to Lord Ganesha during this month. However, Bhadrapada Purnima is an exception as the festivities on this day are dedicated to Lord Satyanarayana. These festivities are celebrated with special devotion through the state of Gujarat. Celebrations on Bhadrapada Purnima: The day is celebrated with dedication throughout the state of …

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Janmashtami: Lord Krishna Birthday Festival

Janmashtami, Lord Krishna's Birthday - Hindu Festival

Janmashtami — On the eighth day of the black half of Bhadra (August – September) was born Shri Krishna, the eighth Avatar or incarnation of Vishnu. Therefore, this day is well known as Janmashtami or Krishna-Janmashtami. This auspicious day of birth of Krishna, the direct manifestation of Vishnu himself is celebrated in all parts of India with clat and great enthusiasm. …

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Sant Gyaneshwar Jayanti Information For Students

Sant Gyaneshwar Jayanti 2017 - June 1

Sant Gyaneshwar Jayanti is celebrated in honour of the legendary North Indian saint Gyaneshwar who is best known for his intellectual qualities. Regarded as one of the best social reformers that India has ever produced, Gyaneshwar was highly influential in giving knowledge to people so that they could understand the difference between the good and bad. According to the historical …

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Gudi Padwa Hindu Festival Information

Gudi Padwa

Ugadi or Gudi Padwa marks the beginning of New Year in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh and parts of Karnataka. This festival is known as Gudi Padwa in Maharashtra and Ugadi in Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh. It has become a custom to hold Kavi Sammelans (Poetry recitals) on this day. Gudi Padwa is considered one of the foremost auspicious day in the …

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Ugadi Hindu Festival Information For Students

Ugadi

The New year festival or Ugadi comes close on the heels of Holi. While the strong colors of Holi start fading away, the freshness of spring lingers on with sprightliness all around. The flame of the forest (trees with bright red flowers that blossom during Holi) are in full bloom signifying an affluent season. It is believed that the creator …

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6 Popular Holi celebration destinations

6 Popular Holi celebration destinations

The unusually warm winter is melting into summer and falling, as usual, in the cusp of this yearly weather transition is Holi, a heady festival of colour and laughter. If you love the sights, sound and colors of Holi, then travel to some of the most spectacular places in India where it is still celebrated in deeply traditional manner. Here’s …

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