• Festivals in India
    . Popular religious festivals include the Hindu festivals of Diwali, Ganesh Chaturthi, Holi, Dussehra, Islamic festivals of Eid ul-Fitr, Eid al-Adha, Mawlid an-Nabī and Christian festivals of Christmas and days of observances such as Good Friday are observed throughout the country. Muharram, the...
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  • Festival
    , Vijayadasami, Holi, Janmashtami, Sri Ram Navami, Onam and all. But more than anything else, it is worth mentioning that not a single Hindu festival is celebrated without providing a livelihood for the poor. Camphor, betel leaves and nuts, crackers, lowers and garlands, coconuts, bananas...
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  • Pawan
    .) 2. Religious Festivals: - Holi, Diwali, Eid, Dussehra, Christmas. 3. Harvest Festivals: - Pongal, Onam, Makar Sankranti. ACTIVITY OF THE MONTH: - Diya decoration on 8/11/12 COLOUR OF THE MONTH: - YELLOW. MY TIFFIN...
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  • Hinduism
    mythology, often coinciding with seasonal changes. There are festivals which are primarily celebrated by specific sects or in certain regions of the Indian subcontinent. Some widely observed Hindu festivals are Maha Shivaratri, Holi, Ram Navami, Krishna Janmastami, Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussera, Durga Puja and...
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  • Maharashtra
    celebrated round the year and people treasure the good times with scrumptious food, music and dance. Festive Cuisine Festivals those celebrated in Maharashtra are Gudi Padwa, , Haritalika, Ganesh Chaturthi, Holi, Diwali and Makara Sankranti. Many dishes, namely sweets are made only during these...
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  • Hinduism
    times. Depending on the devotee, the text is either recited non-stop for 24 hours or sometimes it's performed a set number of times. Special Pujas are performed and offerings are made to Lord Hanuman. Some people have different rituals, such as sacred fire ceremonies. Holi Holi is the Hindu festival...
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  • Diwali Greetings
    FESTIVAL GREETINGS - HOLI / DIWALI. 05/11/2010F. 1.MAY MILLIONS OF LAMPS GLOW LIFE WITH ENDLESS JO,LOVE, PROSPERITY, HEALTH AND HAPPINESS. WISH YOU AND YOUR FAMILY A VERY HAPPY DIWALI. 2.HI MAY MILLIONS OF LAMP ILLUMINATE YOUR...
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  • Constitutional Law - I
    can be done in Ahmedabad for a period of only nine days out of respect for the Jain community. Another historical example of religious tolerance was during the reign of Nawab Wajid Ali Shah of Avadh. In a certain year, Holi (a festival of joy) and Muharram (occasion for mourning) fell on the same...
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  • Eco Tourism in India
    year. Some of the important fairs and festivals are the Pushkar fair in Rajasthan, the Crafts Mela at Surajkund, Holi and Diwali in North India, Pongal in Tamilnadu, Onam in Kerala, Baisakhi in Punjab, Bihu in Assam, dance festivals at Khajuraho and Mamallapuram. Tourism in India can be a gastronomic...
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  • Festivals in India
    received independence from the British rule in India. Holi is another festival that is celebrated by all communities. It’s a festival of colours. It marks the beginning of summer season and so water balloons are burst to beat the heat. Diwali, the popular festival of Indians, celebrates the return of...
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  • Manda
    called pichkaris gained acceptance and popularity. So much so that it evolved as a tradition and later, a full-fledged festival. Till date, use of colours and pichkaris is rampant in Holi. Lovers long to apply colour on their beloveds face and express their affection for each other. This legend...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    , environmental changes, growing pollution are the major causes for the increase,” said Dr Kameshwar Prasad, professor, neurology, AIIMS.     This gaseous air-pollutant along with other noxious gases emitted from the burning of fire-crackers on the eve ofDiwali or  Holi Festival aggravates the risk of...
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  • Integrated Term Project
    media, based on the following parameters : 1. Different Festive seasons – like Diwali, Christmas, new year, Holi etc.. 2. Difference in the promotional offers and merchandise display during festival time and otherwise. • Do a comparative analysis between the three media based...
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  • Hinduism
    are decorated with lights and diyas (oil lamps). In Diwali, they also draw Rangolies from colored powder at the entrance of the house, like a doormat. The other very popular festival is Holi, which is a colorful festival, where people sing, dance and throw color on each other. In India, people are out...
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  • Religious Festival
    festivals of Shivratri, Holi, Janam Ashtami,akhi, Dussehra, Diwali, Tikka, Ram Naumi, Nirjala -Ekadashi, Guga Naumi, etc. The seasonal stivals of Lohri, Maghi, Basant and Baisakhi......
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  • Outsourced
    . After following him to his home he realizes that the family is very poor. Even still the old lady in the house serves him a scoop of rise not bothering about their own meal. This experience thought him the Indian culture of ‘Attithi deva bhava.’ It is the festival of Holi that actually opens him up to...
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  • Indian Festival
    Religious festival Renaissance festival Rock festival Science festival Sindhi festivals Storytelling festival Theatre festival Wine festivals Winter festivals Baisakhi Diwali • Durga Puja • Dussehra • Onam • Holi • Janmashtami • Karwa Chauth • Mahashivaratri...
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  • Manipur Tourism
    culture among them. The tandava and Lasya aspect of the dance in the Lai Haraoba festival is presented in the Khamba (incarnation of Lord Shiva), Thoibi (incarnation of Parvati) dance with picturesque dresses having restrained and delicate movements. Holi is one of the most important festivals of the...
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  • Hinduism
    specific sects or in certain regions of the Indian subcontinent. Some widely observed Hindu festivals are Maha Shivaratri, Holi, Ram Navami, Krishna Janmastami,Ganesh Chaturthi, Dussera or Durga Puja, Diwali (the festival of lights). Society Denominations Main article: Hindu denominations Shiva...
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  • Hinduism
    traditional clothing. Women wore a sari, a long sheet of colorful cloth, draped over a simple or fancy blouse. Men wore a Sherwani, a long coat-boss jacket fastened with buttons. Like any other culture there exists special holidays. There is a well-known Hindu holiday called Holi. It is the Festival of...
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