NAVRATRI

The longest and the most auspicious festival in hindu’s is navratri. The term is made up of two words called nav- means nine and ratri means nights. The speciality of this festival is this that it comes twice in the year. On this auspicious occasion maa durga , bahdrakali, jagdamba, anapurna, sarvamangla, bharavi, chandika, lalita, bhavani and mookambika are worshipped. There are three main navratris celebrated in india One is sharad navratri which falls in the month of October and November Basant navratri which falls in the month ofmarch and…

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KARTHIGAI DEEPAM

Festival of lights karthigai a tamil month and deepam means light. A festival with different name but same significance as bhai doojh or raksha bandhan. It is the most auspicious festival of tamils. They celebrate it as the day when lord muruga was born. The legend says lord muruga took the form of six babies in a lake called sarvana poigai. He was from the flames of eyes of lord shiva which were united by devi parvati. Special rituals are performed to lord muruga on this day. Legends say lamps…

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ONAM FESTIVAL

A FESTIVAL OF HARVEST. The biggest festival of kerala, it not only reflects the faith of the people but a belief in legendry past, religion and power of worship. It is celebrated in the first month of malyalam calendar, falls in the month of august and september. Onam is celebrated to honor king mahabali, people believes that on this day the spirit of mahabali visits kerala, marks the fest and the festivity. It is a ten day affair. Atham and thiru onam are the most important days for onam. Onam…

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5 Differences Between Online And Offline Methods Of Buying Car Insurance

It is 2019. Everything is presently moment. Twenty to thirty year olds are administering the computerized world. Huge partnerships are channelizing their assets towards taking into account their needs. The most brilliant cerebrums are swimming in a sea of information to discover bits of knowledge into getting individuals to tap the Buy Now catch. In the midst of this, the greatest recipients of this online transformation are the clients. The protection business is directly amidst this digitization-controlled change in outlook. Online safety net providers are changing the game the extent…

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DHANTERAS FESTIVAL

This is also called dhanwantri, triodasi, dhantryodashi. Dhan means “wealth” and triyodashi means “ the thirteentj day”. An auspicious festival marks the beginning of the very famous festival of lights , the first day of celebration of diwali. It is marked as the beginning of the good times in hindus. According to Indian mythology,laxmi pooja should be done on pradosh kaal. God ganesh is also worshipped and devi sarvswati is worshipped too. Various candles are lit on this day as it considers the fade away of the darkness. There is…

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MAKARSAKRANTI FESTIVAL

In Sanskrit it means movement of sun from one zodiac sign to another. It represents the period of happiness, illumination and affluence. A major harvest festival to the land of festivals, india. It is celebrated on the day of fourteen of January every year with great enthusiasm. Traditionally this festival signify that the length of day and night remains the same. It also signifies the end of inauspicious phase , welcoming of summers. It is known with different names in different states that is it is in tamil nadu it…

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DUSSEHRA FESTIVAL

Triumph of good over evil. A cultural festival of india which has a deep admiration in the lives of Hindus. A festival of faith, a festival of light over darkness. This festival is also called Vishyadasmi or maha navmi, the longest and the most auspicious festival in hindu’s is navratri. The term is made up of two words called nav- means nine and ratri means nights. The speciality of this festival is this that it comes twice in the year. On this auspicious occasion maa durga , bahdrakali, jagdamba, anapurna,…

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MUHARRAM FESTIVAL

Muharram is the first month of Islaamic calendar. The holy month of muharram is of great gravity to the people of Islam as it marks to the beginning of the first month according to the Islamic calendar. It is also commemorated to remember the brutal assisination of hazrat imam hussain ali and his supporters at the battle of karbala. It is the period of mourning to shia’s. They drape themselves to black in order to mourn over the death of holy prophet grandson. The tenth day of muharram is called…

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CHATH FESTIVAL

India, a land of festival and faith, a magical country in the world where ancient  rituals still exists and followed religiously. One such festival of faith is ‘Chath’, a festival of profound faith in lord sun and his beloved wife Usha. A great Hindu festival which is predominantly celebrated in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Nepal and Bihar.  Chath is a Sanskrit word which means sixth, and in Maithli and Bhojpuri ‘chath’  also means sixth,  performed on kartika shukal shahthi , hence derive its name is celebrated in the month of…

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EID-AL-ADHA FESTIVAL

Eid-al-adha ,a festival of sacrifice, popularly known as  bakra-eid.  This festival is of great Islamic gravity and a pompous event of great enthusiasm. This festival is a four day Islamic rituals starting from 10th of day of ‘dhul hajj’ to commemorate the willingness of prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son. It is celebrated in honour of Prophet Abraham, his devotion to almighty Allah. It is said when god appeared to Abraham (A.S), known as Ibrahim to Muslims in a dream and asked to sacrifice his son as an act of…

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