Tag Archives: Hindu Festivals English Poems

Baisakhi: The New Season English Poetry

Baisakhi: The New Season

Baisakhi: The New Season English Poetry – Baisakhi (especially in Punjab) is celebrated in much the same way as Gurpurbs. Gurdwaras are decorated and visited. Parades, dancing and singing happen throughout the day. Many Sikhs choose to be baptized into the Khalsa brotherhood on this day. Baisakhi: The New Season Stretching, rubbing my eyes, With a wide yawn, I fill …

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Happy Holi: Children’s Poetry on Holi Festival

Happy Holi

Happy Holi Festival – Also known as the Festival of Colors, Holi is a popular Hindu holiday with a rich history, celebrated most commonly in India. It celebrates the triumph of good over evil and the changing of the seasons from winter to spring. Happy Holi: Holi Festival Poetry The trees smile with their sprout of tender leaves and blooming …

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Holika Dahan: English Poetry About Holi Festival

Holika Dahan

Holika Dahan is celebrated by burning Holika, an asuri (demoness). For many traditions in Hinduism, Holi celebrates the victory of good over evil. According to the tradition, people contribute a piece of wood or two for the Holika bonfire, and this represents Holika being consumed by the fire in which she tried to kill her nephew Prahlad, a devotee of …

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Thai Pongal: English poem on Pongal Festival

Thai Pongal - English poem on Pongal Festival

Thai Pongal Milk Rice the Golden child came – granting immeasurable ecstasy in her cooking Farmers with the beauty of lion dream a picturesque memory this new year gleam. Elevated threshing floor courtyard the face-where month of January gave love’s kiss with rice share abundance in red rice and charity – sweet to the tongue January child glad to meet. …

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Sonnet: Diwali – Diwali Festival English Poem

Sonnet: Diwali - Dr John Celes

Sonnet: Diwali – Diwali is the most significant and famous festival of the India which is being celebrated every year all over the country as well as outside the country. People celebrate it very enthusiastically to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama to his kingdom, Ayodhya after a long period of time of 14 years of exile after defeating the …

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Deepavali: Short Diwali Poetry for Students

Diwali Festival English Poem: Deepavali

Deepavali: Short Diwali Poetry for Students – Diwali, the “Festival of lights” is here again upon us. Mainly a Hindu occasion, the festival is now celebrated the world over in all regions where the Hindu community has a presence. With fireworks, sweets, gifts, apparels, prayers and other such beautiful traditions, it is one mind-boggling occasion that cuts across all boundaries …

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Happy Diwali: Poem for Students and Children

Happy Diwali

Happy Diwali: Poem for Students and Children – Diwali, the “Festival of lights” is here again upon us. Mainly a Hindu occasion, the festival is now celebrated the world over in all regions where the Hindu community has a presence. With fireworks, sweets, gifts, apparels, prayers and other such beautiful traditions, it is one mind-boggling occasion that cuts across all …

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Season of Lights: Diwali Poem for Students

Diwali Festival Short English Poetry: Season of Lights

Season of Lights: Diwali Poem for Students – Diwali, the “Festival of lights” is here again upon us. Mainly a Hindu occasion, the festival is now celebrated the world over in all regions where the Hindu community has a presence. With fireworks, sweets, gifts, apparels, prayers and other such beautiful traditions, it is one mind-boggling occasion that cuts across all …

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Deepavali Delights: Diwali Festival English Poetry

Short English Poem about Diwali Festival: Deepavali Delights

Deepavali Delights: Diwali Festival English Poetry – India is the great country known as the land of festivals. One of the famous and most celebrated festival is Diwali or Deepawali which falls every year 20 days after the festival of Dussehra in the month of October or November. It is celebrated to commemorate the returning of Lord Rama to the …

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