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 FB Cover 810 views, 36 downloads Happy Sree Krishna Janmashtami Fill your life with happiness & virtues on Janmashtami.  FB Cover 838 views, 31 downloads Happy Sree Krishna Janmashtami Let us all sing in praise of Lord Krishna.  FB Cover 1022 views, 61 downloads Happy Vishu Vishu is an important Kerala festival celebrated in the month of "Medam" and a Hindu festival in the Indian state of Kerala. It is considered as the festival of light and fireworks and decorating lights and bursting of firecrackers (Vishupadakkam). Other elements include new clothes (Puthukodi), the tradition of giving money called Vishukkaineetam and Sadya, a vishu feast consisting of equal proportions of salty, sweet, sour and bitter items. The important event is the Vishukkani, which means "the first thing seen on the day of Vishu after waking up". It consists of a ritual arrangement of articles intended to signify prosperity, including rice, fruits and vegetables, betel leaves, metal mirror, yellow flowers called Konna holy texts and coins.  FB Cover 952 views, 78 downloads Happy Vishu Vishu is an important Kerala festival celebrated in the month of "Medam" and a Hindu festival in the Indian state of Kerala. It is considered as the festival of light and fireworks and decorating lights and bursting of firecrackers (Vishupadakkam). Other elements include new clothes (Puthukodi), the tradition of giving money called Vishukkaineetam and Sadya, a vishu feast consisting of equal proportions of salty, sweet, sour and bitter items. The important event is the Vishukkani, which means "the first thing seen on the day of Vishu after waking up". It consists of a ritual arrangement of articles intended to signify prosperity, including rice, fruits and vegetables, betel leaves, metal mirror, yellow flowers called Konna holy texts and coins.  FB Cover 1266 views, 74 downloads Happy Holi It is primarily observed in India and Nepal. It is also observed by the minority Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan as well in countries with large Indic diaspora populations following Hinduism, such as Suriname, Malaysia, Guyana, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, the United States, Mauritius, and Fiji. Holi is also known as Phagwah, Festival of Colours, or Do?aj?tra in Odisha, and as Dol Jatra or Basantotsav in West Bengal and Assam. Holi is of particular significance in the Braj region, which includes locations traditionally connected to the Lord Krishna: Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandagaon, and Barsana, which become tourist destinations during the season of Holi.  FB Cover 1376 views, 100 downloads Happy Holi It is primarily observed in India and Nepal. It is also observed by the minority Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan as well in countries with large Indic diaspora populations following Hinduism, such as Suriname, Malaysia, Guyana, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, the United States, Mauritius, and Fiji. Holi is also known as Phagwah, Festival of Colours, or Do?aj?tra in Odisha, and as Dol Jatra or Basantotsav in West Bengal and Assam. Holi is of particular significance in the Braj region, which includes locations traditionally connected to the Lord Krishna: Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandagaon, and Barsana, which become tourist destinations during the season of Holi.  FB Cover 1028 views, 51 downloads Happy Holi It is primarily observed in India and Nepal. It is also observed by the minority Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan as well in countries with large Indic diaspora populations following Hinduism, such as Suriname, Malaysia, Guyana, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, the United States, Mauritius, and Fiji. Holi is also known as Phagwah, Festival of Colours, or Do?aj?tra in Odisha, and as Dol Jatra or Basantotsav in West Bengal and Assam. Holi is of particular significance in the Braj region, which includes locations traditionally connected to the Lord Krishna: Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandagaon, and Barsana, which become tourist destinations during the season of Holi.  FB Cover 1420 views, 73 downloads Happy Holi It is primarily observed in India and Nepal. It is also observed by the minority Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan as well in countries with large Indic diaspora populations following Hinduism, such as Suriname, Malaysia, Guyana, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, the United States, Mauritius, and Fiji. Holi is also known as Phagwah, Festival of Colours, or Do?aj?tra in Odisha, and as Dol Jatra or Basantotsav in West Bengal and Assam. Holi is of particular significance in the Braj region, which includes locations traditionally connected to the Lord Krishna: Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandagaon, and Barsana, which become tourist destinations during the season of Holi.  FB Cover 1176 views, 35 downloads Happy Holi It is primarily observed in India and Nepal. It is also observed by the minority Hindus in Bangladesh and Pakistan as well in countries with large Indic diaspora populations following Hinduism, such as Suriname, Malaysia, Guyana, South Africa, Trinidad and Tobago, the United Kingdom, the United States, Mauritius, and Fiji. Holi is also known as Phagwah, Festival of Colours, or Do?aj?tra in Odisha, and as Dol Jatra or Basantotsav in West Bengal and Assam. Holi is of particular significance in the Braj region, which includes locations traditionally connected to the Lord Krishna: Mathura, Vrindavan, Nandagaon, and Barsana, which become tourist destinations during the season of Holi.  FB Cover 2082 views, 240 downloads Happy Diwali Diwali or Deepavali, popularly known as the "festival of lights," is a five day festival which starts on Dhanteras, celebrated on thirteenth lunar day of Krishna paksha (dark fortnight) of the Hindu calendar month Ashwin and ends on Bhaubeej, celebrated on second lunar day of Shukla paksha (bright fortnight) of the Hindu calendar month Kartik. In the Gregorian calendar, Diwali falls between mid-October and mid-November. The name "Diwali" or "Divali" is a contraction of "Deepavali", which translates into "row of lamps". Diwali involves the lighting of small clay lamps (d?pa in Sanskrit: ???) filled with oil to signify the triumph of good over evil. These lamps are kept on during the night and one's house is cleaned, both done in order to make the goddess Lakshmi feel welcome. Firecrackers are burst in order to drive away evil spirits. During Diwali, all the celebrants wear new clothes and share sweets and snacks with family members and friends.
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