• Basant
    Vasant is known as Basant Panchami in Punjab and Haryana. It marks the advent of spring. Fields of mustard present a colorful sight all over rural Punjab. The Basant fair is held in many villages of Punjab. People put on yellow costumes appropriate to the season and eat boiled rice dyed in saffron. Symbolizing...
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  • Basant Should Not Be Banned
    Basant should not be banned “Depriving us from celebrating Basant is tantamount to depriving us of our fundamental rights,” Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer said. The ban on Basant festival should be removed because of its various importances. Basant in not only celebrated from a long time and considered...
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  • House Wife
    are celebrated by different communities but they are celebrated as a whole. We can see festive atmosphere everywhere in India. Holi, Baisakhi, Basant Panchami, Bihu, Pongal, Onam etc. are seasonal or harvest festivals. The spirit of Holi is colour-rich and vibrant, flung into the air and smeared with...
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  • Bassant
    Basant Basant is a big festival of Pakistan it is also known as a Jashn-e- Baharan. It is celebrated in February of each year. The kite lover’s like to fly kites day and night. Parties are designed to celebrate it. People planned different type of the get together to meet each other. Sky is full with...
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  • Study
    imply Bihu dance and Bihu folk songs. The Rongali Bihu or the Bohag Bihu is the national festival of Assam Basant panchmi Basant panchmi sometimes referred to as Saraswati Puja, Shree Panchami, or the Festival of Kites is aSikh and Hindu festival held on the fifth day of Magha (in early February) marking...
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  • Festival
    Diwali, Janmastami, Chath, Navaratri, Eid, Christmas, the festivals of the Parsees and Jews etc. The seasonal festivals include Baisakhi, Onam, Pongal, Basant Panchanmi etc. Festivals also have a negative influence on the society. Festivals should be celebrated with simplicity. They should be celebrated to...
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  • Tourism
    LIST OF HOLIDAYS 01 January 2011 to 31st December 2011 Sl. No. Festival/Occasion 1. New Year’s Day 2. Makar Sankranti 3. Republic Day 4. Basant Panchami 5. Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi 6. Maha Shivaratri 7. Holi 8. Sarhul 9. Rama Navami 10. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Jayanti 11. Mahavir Jayanti 12. Good Friday 13....
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    and Phalguna | ~ January 20 to March 20 | Quite cold, but very pleasant during occasional sunshine; temperatures may go below 10 degrees. | Vasant panchami, Shivaratri, Holi, Shigmo, | Climate in India India is the land of great diversity, warm people, beautiful culture and wonderful natural beauty...
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    towards the end of January or beginning of February in Tamilnadu. In January end another festival, Muharram, is observed through out India. Basant Panchami is celebrated in the northern regions to celebrate the advent of spring whereas in eastern India this day is celebrated as Saraswati Puja, by offering...
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  • Lifestyles of Indian States
    turban and punjabi Jutti. Bhangra is the main dance of men. "Gidha" is women's dance. The main festivals of Punjab are: Dewali, Holi, Lohri, Basant Panchami, Hola Mohalla, Baisakhi and Guru Purb. 3. Rajasthan Rajasthani community is known as marwaris. They speak Rajasthani language. Rajasthani food...
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  • Festivals
    Shivratri, Holi, Janam Ashtami,akhi, Dussehra, Diwali, Tikka, Ram Naumi, Nirjala -Ekadashi, Guga Naumi, etc. The seasonal stivals of Lohri, Maghi, Basant and Baisakhi are also celebrated with a good deal of fanfare. Janam Ashtmi of Sangrur deserves special mention. Virtually, the whole population of...
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    2013 Monday 4 Guru Govind Singh Jayanthi January 18, 2013 Friday 5 Id-UI-Mlad / Prophet Mohammad Birthday January 24, 2013 Thursday 6 Basant Panchami February 15, 2013 Friday 7 Shivaji Jayanti February 19, 2013 Tuesday 8 Guru Ravidas's Birthday February 25, 2013 Monday 9 Swami Dayanand...
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  • National Integration
    communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims. During the reign of all Mughal rulers, Rakhya Bandhan (Rakhi), Dussera, Diwali, Shivaratri and Basant Panchami were celebrated with geity. 27 Orissa Review * January - 2006 Subhadra represents the jains. Trinity of Samyaka Jnana, samyaka charitra and...
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  • National Integration
    bring communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims. During the reign of all Mughal rulers, Rakhya Bandhan (Rakhi), Dussera, Diwali, Shivaratri and Basant Panchami were celebrated with geity. 26 In order to strengthen the National Integration, Guru Nanak (1464-1534), Mahatma Gandhi (1869-1947) & Santha...
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  • Punjab
    saag and makki di roti and a dessert of rau di kheer (a dessert made of sugarcane juice and rice). Muktsar Fair Rural Sports Hola Mohalla Basant Panchami Baisakhi  Baisakhi marks the jubilation of a bountiful harvest and is celebrated on the first day of the month of Baisakh (April/May). This...
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  • National Integrity
    communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims. During the reign of all Mughal rulers, Rakhya Bandhan (Rakhi), Dussera, Diwali, Shivaratri and Basant Panchami were celebrated with geity. Orissa's harmonious culture : The culture, religion, centuries of myths, legend and history have all blended...
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  • Folk Fair Festival
    before independence and much before Jharkhand was an established state. Till date the fair is held in the Hindu month of Maagh and mainly on Maagh Basant Panchami. Some other cattle fairs held in Jharkhand other than the Kolhaiya Mela are the Chatra mela, Kundri Mela, Tutilawa Mela, Lawalong Mela and the...
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  • Uses of Plant
    dharma personified. He told Indra, ``This dog, O Lord, is highly devoted to me. He should go with me. My heart is full of compassion for him''. Nag Panchami is observed on the 5th day of the bright half of Shravan (July-August). On this day nag, cobras and snakes are worshipped with milk, sweets, flowers...
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  • Basant as a Cultural Heritage of Lahore
    Basant as a cultural heritage of Lahore by Yasir Raza Naqvi Lahore is an exceptionally festive city. The people of Lahore commemorate many festivals and events throughout the year, amalgamating Mughal, Western and current trends. This blending is extended to include the grand and historically significant...
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  • cultural
    festivals that are celebrated every year. Some of them are Dashain, Tihar, Yomari Punhi, Ihi, Rishi Panchami, Nag Panchami Gathe Mangal and many more. The two Newari cultures that are presented in this essay are Yomari Punhi and Ihi. Yomari Punhi is one the most popular festival in Newar community. It is...
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