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Ram Navami Cards In Hindu Culture

Ram Navami Cards: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Today, a number of gift galleries have come up with attractive greeting cards for various ceremonious occasion. It is not surprising to see greeting cards for Hindu festivals flocking the markets, because sending and receiving cards has become customary amongst the people. Greeting cards for religious occasions such as Ram Navami are also available in India, in most of the …

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Chaitra Navratri Information For Students

Chaitra Navratri: Hindu Culture & Traditions

Chaitra Navratri, also popular as Chait Navratras, is the nine-day festival observed in Chaitra month. Chaitra Navratras starts on the first day in Chaitra month and ends on Sri Rama Navami, the ninth day of the month. The first of Chaitra month is celebrated as Ugadi or Yugadi. Durgashtami or Durga Ashtami in Navratri is the most auspicious day for …

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Maha Mrityunjay Mantra: Tryambakam Mantra

Maha Mrityunjay Mantra - Tryambakam Mantra (Death-conquering Verse)

One of the ancient Sanskrit mantra, Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is a verse of Yajurveda. It is the great death-conquering mantra, which is popularly referred to as Tryambakam Mantra, as it is identified with the three-eyed Hindu deity – Lord Shiva. The Mantra has many names and forms. It is sometimes called the Rudra Mantra, with reference to the furious face …

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Bihu Songs: Bihu Festival Song Lyrics

Bihu History: Origin of Assamese Bihu Festival

Bihu Songs: Bihu Festival Song Lyrics – Bihu is an Assamese festival which is celebrated in Assam state of India with great pomp and show and the etymology of the word ‘Bihu’ is originated from the name of Lord Vishnu. Bihu is related to the three crop cycles that take place during a year, that’s why three Bihu festivals are …

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Bihu SMS: Bihu Festival Text Messages

Bihu SMS: Bihu Festival Text Messages

Bihu in itself denotes a set of three different festivals which are celebrated during three different times of the year. Bihu, celebrated especially in Assam state of India, is commonly known as a harvesting festival; but that is true about only one Bihu that is Bhogali Bihu. The other two Bihus celebrate different spirits of the festival. The word Bihu …

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Bihu Significance: Importance of Bihu Festival

Bihu Significance: Importance of Bihu Festival

The festival of Bihu, celebrated three times in a year, is the most important festival for the people of Assam state of India. Each of these Bihus represents a different and unique phase, not only of the harvest cycle in Assam but also a unique facet that is particular only to that very festival. The celebrations begin with Rongali Bihu, …

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Bihu Recipes: Coconut Laddoo, Til Pitha, Fish Pitika

Bihu Recipes: Coconut Laddoo, Til Pitha, Fish Pitika

Bihu is a festival which is celebrated with high spirits in Assam (State in North East India) and Assamese people celebrate it with pomp and show. It has a special place in the Assamese society as it is above any divides like class, religion, gender etc. which the society follows. There are a number of things associated with Bihu that …

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Bihu Quotes: Assamese Festival Messages

Bihu Quotes: Assamese Festival Messages

Bihu is the most auspicious festival that is celebrated in the state of Assam in India with pomp and show. It is celebrated not once, but thrice a year, albeit each time it signifies something unique to the people of Assam. It starts with Rongali Bihu (April) that marks the beginning of the New Year according to Hindu calendar and …

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Bihu History: Origin of Assamese Bihu Festival

Bihu History: Origin of Assamese Bihu Festival

Bihu History: Bihu is the most important festival of Assam state of India. Though its inclination is more on the agricultural side than the religious, it nonetheless is celebrated with much joy and abundance by all the tribes and other people, regardless of what their faith or beliefs may be. Historically, it is believed that the festival of Bihu originated …

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