Category: Festivals

CHHATH PUJA ; RITUALS OF CHHATH PUJA

Chhath is a significant Hindu celebration celebrated in Bihar and eastern Uttar Pradesh. Practically all human advancements have loved the ‘God Sun’, however it has an exceptional structure in Bihar Chhath Puja is the main event where the sunset is loved alongside the rising sun. As per the Hindu schedule, Chhath Puja is praised on […]

BHAI DOOJ; HISTORY BEHIND BHAI DOOJ

Between a brother and a sister, there is a special bond. They are each other’s best friends, guardians, admirers, secret sharers, and have unconditional love for each other. Beginning Bhaiya Dooj/Bhai Dooj, Bhau-Beej/Bhai Phonta is a celebration which is commended among Hindus of India, Nepal and different nations on the second lunar day of the […]

DURGA MAHA NAVAMI POOJA

The ninth day of the Durga Puja festival is Maha Navami. It’s the last day of Navratri worship before Vijaya Dashami, the end of the festival. Maha Navami is observed as a public holiday in numerous Indian states. Maha Navami is also known as Ayudha Puja or Astra Puja in South India. BELIEVED TRADITIONS The […]

DURGA  POOJA ASHTAMI

Durga Puja’s auspicious festival begins in the Indian subcontinent and is an annual five-day festival in honor of the goddess  Durga. When the goddess Durga kills the Demon King Mahishasla, it celebrates the victory of good over evil. According to Hindu mythology, it is believed that  during this time the goddess visited her earthly dwellings […]

Kalparambha custom is led on Shashti tithi

Kalparambha custom is led on Shashti tithi. The celebration of Durga Puja begins in the Shukla Paksha of Ashwin month. Fans offer supplications to their predecessors at the stream banks, a custom called Tarpan. The disclosing of the Goddess symbol begins on Mahashasthi. The fundamental puja goes on for three days – Mahasaptami, Maha-Ashtami, Mahanavami. […]

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