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Deepavali

Deepavali

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2015-05-23 Category: Festivals Views: 1047

DEEPAVALI or Diwali means “a row of lights”. Deepavali is the biggest and the brightest festival in India. The festival spiritually signifies the victory of light over darkness. It falls on the last two days of the dark half of Kartika (Karthika Masam) (fall usually in October - November). For some it is a three-day festival. It commences with the Dhan-Teras (Dhana Triodhasi), on the 13th day of the dark half of Kartika, followed the next day by the Narak Chathudhi (Naraka...

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Dussehra - The Navaratri Festival

Dussehra - The Navaratri Festival

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2015-10-22 Category: Festivals Views: 1162

Dussehra is one of the major Hindu festivals of India. It is celebrated for Ten days throughout the country with great zeal and enthusiasm. People all over the country participate in the occasion in their own way. Dussehra is popularly known as Vijayadashmi and is the culmination of Navaratris in India. Each region of the country has its own specialty in the celebrations, depending upon the legend that is followed in each region. In North India, Ramlila forms the highlight of Dusshera. While...

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Ganesh Chaturthi

Ganesh Chaturthi

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2015-05-28 Category: Festivals Views: 1247

Ganesh Chaturthi celebration honours the birth of the adored Hindu elephant-headed god, Lord Ganesha. The festival, also known as Vinayaka Chaturthi The festival is observed in the Hindu calendar month of Bhaadrapada, starting on the Shukla Chaturthi, the fourth lunar day of the waxing moon fortnight. The date usually falls between August and September. The festival lasts for 10 to 12 days, ending on Ananta Chaturdashi. The beginning of the celebration sees tremendous, intricately made statues...

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Guru Purnima

Guru Purnima

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2015-08-10 Category: Festivals Views: 916

GURU PURNIMA is an Indian festival dedicated to spiritual and academic teachers. This festival traditionally celebrated by Hindus and Buddhists, to thank their teachers. It is marked by ritualistic respect to the guru, Guru Puja. The word guru is derived from two words, gu and ru. The Sanskrit root gu means darkness or ignorance, and ru denotes the remover of that darkness. Therefore a guru is one who removes the darkness of our ignorance. Gurus are believed by many to be the most necessary...

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Holi - The Festival of Colours

Holi - The Festival of Colours

By: Hari Prasad Doddi On: 2016-03-23 Category: Festivals Views: 981

The Festival of Colours is Holi, it is vibrant and filled with beautiful colours. Holi is considered as one of major festival in India. It is celebrated in the month of Phalgun on full moon day according to Hindu calendar. This colourful festival also celebrates the eternal love of Radha and Krishna. This festival is celebrated in a grand style in the city of Mathura and Vrindavan. These are two important cities which are deeply associated to Lord Krishna. Holi festival has an ancient origin...

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