Festivals In India Information : Rakhi, Ganesh Chaturthi, Janmashtami.

 Rakhi full moon

rakhi full information



On the full moon of the month of Shravan, of brothers and sisters It was limited to North India only. Defeated by Asura ‘Dahihandi is a public event. Of the road Or a curd pot built high in the middle of the square It is blown up by a human tower (pyramid). All castes Young men and women of Dharma sing songs, dance and dance with Dahihandi They move to blow, they are showered with water. Overall, this festival expresses the national unity of India This auspicious festival of love is celebrated all over India. Initially Indrani tied rakhi on Indra’s wrist. 

After that Indra slammed the demons. Then Shukracharya said ‘Rakhi Wait for the effect to last for a year Given. Naturally the practice of tying rakhi every year forms Done. In the early days, the Rajpurohita was on the king’s wrist The rule was to tie a santrak rakhi. In the period of history The practice of tying rakhi by the sister to the brother became entrenched. This festival It is a symbol of brother-sister love. Of national unity in it The content is full. This festival is celebrated on the coast of India as Narli Pournima Is celebrated. Konkani, Kerali, Malabari people on the list Water deities offer coconuts to the sea for Varuna. To offer coconuts in Parsi and Muslim communities as well There is practice.

Janmashtami


Shravan Vadya Ashtami is the day of Krishna’s birth all over India Celebrated as a festival. Krishna was born at midnight His birth anniversary in India in memory of him Celebrated at midnight in numerous black temples. Answer Krishnashtami is a must visit place in India like Mathura, Vrindavan, etc. Is. It is also called Janmashtami, the next day.

Hive


This festival falls on the new moon of the month of Shravan Celebrated by worshiping bulls mainly in Maharashtra and Karnataka Happens. In some places it is the original constellation of the month of Ashadh Day or Bhadrapad celebrates the new moon of the month. The main reason for this festival is to express gratitude for the bulls The core is. 

He worshiped the bulls and offered Puran Poli Goes. The festival is held in the village as well as in the village. All the bulls in the village are taken out in procession. Who have Celebrate this festival by worshiping earthen bulls instead of bulls Do. When primitive man started animal husbandry Since then, animal worship has come into existence all over the world. Of that tradition One part is the hive. It is also called Bendur.

 Ganesh Chaturthi and Anant Chaturdashi

Ganesh Chaturthi and Anant Chaturdashi

Although the worship of Ganapati is common all over India During the period from Bhadrapad Shuddha Chaturthi to Chaturdashi Is done exclusively. Shri Ganeshmurti at home To bring, to establish and worship, and ten After a while, immerse it in a reservoir / river Both festivals have a general appearance. Establishment of Shri Ganeshmurti Although it happens on the same day, its immersion takes place in a day and a half So where is the practice of doing in five-seven days. 

Lokmanya Tilak made this festival public a hundred years ago Gained the look of a festival. During this period in Maharashtra Gauri or Mahalakshmi is also worshiped along with Ganapati. In Konkan ‘Gauri Ganapaticha San’ is prevalent. Infinite to Chaturdashi The name rope is worshiped. ‘Infinite Vrat’ is by Krishna There is a folklore that told the Pandavas. Anant Chaturdashi Ganesha was immersed.

Navratra – Durga Puja – Dussehra (Vijayadashami)


Ashwin considered pure Pratipada to be the first day of Navratra Goes. Special in various forms of Goddess from this day Worship begins. Navratra is a cult It is prevalent in different ways all over India. On this day They cultivate by sowing wheat on a small mound of soil. Every day a new flower is planted on the fall. Ten days Nandadeep keeps it. In the province of Bengal from Ashwin Shuddha Pratipade to Purnima Or from Bhadrapad Vadya Navami to Ashwin Shuddha Navami Durga Puja is performed. During this period, the fort was erected outside the temple Establish idols. The first four days the decoration of the goddess, On the fifth-sixth day, the sixfold treatment of the Goddess and On the tenth day, the festival idol is dismantled by sacrificing animals.

 Durga Puja is also celebrated in Nepal. The festival of Dussehra or Vijayadashami is Ashwin Shuddha
Dashmi is celebrated. On this day Navratra and Durga Puja There was an end. The goddess fought with the demons for nine days Mahishasura was killed. Her victory to this day Celebrated as a celebration. Ramane Dashanan Ravana was invaded on the same day and Rama’s victory Was done, hence the custom of transgressing this date The tradition of performing Ravanadahana also fell Done. On this day there is a moment called ‘Vijay’. At that time The Puranas say that success is achieved in the work done. Vijayadashami is considered to be the third of the three and a half moments. So many businesses were launched on this day Goes.

Like Gudipadva, Vijayadashami also has many incidents Folklore believes that happened. On this day Rama is Ravana Killed, the Pandavas ended their exile and worshiped the Shamivriksha He took up arms again, after Raghuraja invaded Kubera He rained gold on the shami tree. Come Maratha chiefs Leaving the expedition by crossing the sea during the day, etc. Historical references are associated with this festival. Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar entered Buddhism with his followers on the same day. This is a current context. 

Formerly in Mysore-Barode State Taking out a procession from an elephant adorned on Vijayadashami, Filling the court. Elephant-horse to Mysore in the post-independence period Min The tradition of Ravnuki continues. Meaning, this festival is Vahi Pujan, Shastra Pujan, Vahan Pujan, Ravana Dahan, etc. is celebrated all over India in various forms. Aptachi leaves are given to each other as gold Affection is aroused by heart program. Hence this festival It is also celebrated as a symbol of love.

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