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Buddha Jayanti Greetings For Students

Buddha Jayanti Greetings

Buddha Jayanti Greetings For Students And Children: Buddha Jayanti or also known as Buddha Purnima is the most sacred festivals of Buddhist. Buddha Purnima (Buddha Birthday) is celebrated in remembrance Lord Buddha. Lord Buddha is the founder of Buddhism. This day is the birth anniversary of Lord Buddha. It falls on the full moon of the fourth lunar month (month …

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Akshaya Tritiya Greetings For Hindu Devotees

Akshaya Tritiya Date: Hindu - Jain Culture & Traditions

Akshaya Tritiya Greetings For Devotees, Students And Children: Akshaya Tritiya which is also known as Akha Teej is highly auspicious and holy day for Hindu communities in India. It falls during Shukla Paksha Tritiya in the month of Vaishakha. Akshaya Tritiya falling on a Rohini Nakshatra day is considered very auspicious. The word Akshaya (अक्षय) means never diminishing. Hence the benefits …

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Hinduism Greetings For Students And Children

Hinduism Greetings

Hinduism Greetings For Students And Children: Collection of Greeting Cards for Hindu’s religious events, ceremonies and festivities. Hinduism is a religion, or a way of life, found most notably in India and Nepal. With approximately one billion followers, Hinduism is the world’s third largest religion by population, and the majority religion in India, Nepal, Mauritius and Bali (Indonesia). Hinduism has been …

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Makar Sankranti Greetings For Students

Makar Sankranti Greetings

Makar Sankranti Greetings For Students And Children: It’s Makar Sankranti! On this day the Sun begins its northward journey called the Uttarayan. Celebrate the auspicious day with your friends, family and loved ones. Wish them happiness with warm and elegant ecards from our site. Makar Sankranti Greetings For Students And Children History of Makar Sankranti Sankranti is deemed a Deity. As …

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Lohri Greetings For Students And Children

Lohri Greetings

Lohri Greetings For Students And Children: The day begins with children collecting money from houses in the neighborhood. Children go from door to door singing songs in praise of Dulha Bhatti, a Punjabi version of Robin Hood who robbed the rich and helped the poor. These “visitors” are given either money or gajak, til bhuga, moong phali, gur and rewri. …

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Chhath Puja Greetings For Students & Children

Chhath Puja Greetings for Facebook, WhatsApp

Chhath Puja Greetings For Students & Children: Chhath is a Hindu festival celebrated each year by the people very eagerly. This is very antique festival of the Hindu religion dedicated to the God of energy, also known as Dala Chhath or Surya Shashti. Indian People celebrate this festival to offer thanks to the Lord Surya for blessing the life on …

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Diwali Greetings For Students And Children

Diwali Greetings

Diwali Greetings: Being the festival of lights, Diwali in India is a holy tradition and it symbolizes the emergence of light in the darkness, the triumph of truth and the extinction of ignorance and arrival of wisdom. The festival is celebrated with great joy and ecstasy all over India. It is a glorious occasion to rejuvenate your relationship with your loved ones. …

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Dhanteras Festival Greetings For Hindu Devotees

Dhanteras Festival Greetings For Hindu Devotees

Dhanteras Festival Greetings For Hindu Devotees: Any addition to ‘dhan’ or wealth on this day is considered to be auspicious on Dhanteras. Dhantrayodashi which is also known as Dhanteras is the first day of five days long Diwali festivities in India. On the day of Dhantrayodashi, Goddess Lakshmi came out of the ocean during the churning of the Milky Sea. …

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Dussehra Greetings for Students And Children

Dussehra Greetings

Dussehra Greetings for Students And Children: In the months of Ashwin and Kartik, Hindus observe a 10 day ceremony of fast, rituals and celebrations to honor the triumph of Lord Rama over Demon Ravana. Dussehra also symbolizes the triumph of warrior Goddess Durga over the buffalo demon, Mahisasura. Thus, it is a celebration of victory of good over evil. This …

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