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  • Indian Festivals

    Short Essay for School Students on Indian Festivals A festival is an occasion of enjoyment and celebration. It brings gaiety and mirth thereby strengthening our bond of relationship and friendship. These festivals also promote social interaction and harmony. All nations have their religious and...

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  • Ganesh

    An idol maker gives finishing touches to a Ganesha statue during the Chaturthi festival. Batukamma is a spring festival celebrated by Hindu women of the Telangana region. Festival | Date of Observance | Date of Observance (2010 Gregorian calendar) | Description | Makar Sankranti or Pongal | Makar...

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  • Indian Festivals

    Indian Festivals A festival is an occasion of enjoyment and celebration. Indian festivals are known to attract the world due to their harmony, variety, colour and excitement. Thus we can divide the festivals into three categories—national or political, religious and seasonal. These...

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  • Eassy on Eid-Ul-Fitr

    1-Id-ul-Fitr is the most important of all the Muslim festivals. It is celebrated at the end of the holy month of Ramzan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, during which all adult Muslims all over the world observe a month-long fast and they have their meal only at night. It is celebrated on the...

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  • Festivals in India

    Festivals in India are characterized by color, gaiety, enthusiasm, prayers and rituals. Foreign travelers are struck by the scale and multiplicity of Indian festivals that have evolved in the society. Festivals in India : The word festival means feast day, festive celebration. As kids, when there...

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  • Festival

    A festival is a celebration of life. Festivals bring peace and joy to everyone. They break the monotony of life. Indian festivals are numerous. They are of three types- national, religious and seasonal. The first type of festivals. i.e. national festivals are celebrated with great patriotic favour. ...

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  • English

    which is the duty of all Muslims to observe at fixed hours. Special alms are given to the poor and gifts to the children during the religious festival of 'Id ul-Fitr' or Bairam which marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting. In preparation for Ramadan, the Muslims seek to forgive old grievances...

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  • Bangladesh

    Essay Opportunity #1 Find one object which, you think, represents your own culture. Submit a short essay in which the reason of your choice is described. You may choose an object that is associated with categories, such as race, ethnicity, nationality and/or gender. Keep in mind the uniqueness and...

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  • Festival

    Festivals are part of one’s custom, culture and tradition. They are there for us to celebrate. It helps us forget our routine. It gives us some momentary, mental and physical relaxation and thus frees us from die shackles of monotonous work. In India alone there are over 100 festivals celebrated throughout...

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  • Contrast Essay About Two Countries

    different countries and both countries have many differences regarding festivals, food and places. Festivals of Canada and Pakistan are mostly different from each other. Unlike Canada, there are mostly religious festivals in Pakistan. In Canada, people celebrate the Valentine’s Day that represent...

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  • Cultural Change of Bangladesh

    distinct forms: sadhu basha, learned or formal language, and cholit basha, common language. Sadhu basha is the language of the literate tradition, formal essays and poetry, and the well educated. Cholit basha is the spoken vernacular, the language of the great majority of Bengalis. Cholit basha is the medium...

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  • How to Improve Our Village Life Around Us

    Indian festivals are innumerable in number and much varied in the manner of celebrations. Among these, Diwali and Holi perhaps stand as the most Pan- Indian festivals celebrated all over India with great pomp and fanfare. Diwali, known as the festival of light is celebrated to mark the return of Lord...

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  • Emancipation of Women

    worship God in a temple. 7. The Sikhs worship God in a gurudwara. 8. ------------------------------------------------- Holi is called the festival of colours. 3. Tick the correct answer: 1. The muslims offer a special namaz on every (Monday/Friday). 2. The Christians offer a special...

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  • Indian state - Goa

    terms of music, versatility can be seen. Music concerts are the time seller events in Goa. Holi, Carnival, Ramzan-id, Baker-id, Shigmo, Bonderam, San Joao, and Janamashtmi are the famous festivals celebrated throughout the Goa. Traditional costumes for women is ‘Nauvari Sari’ and for men is ‘Kobti’ (loin...

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  • Holiday

    Lucknow (UP). Out of these,  21  Holidays are under N.I.  Act, while the other 11 are under the non-Negotiable Instrument Act.   Sr. No. | Name of Festival | Date  | Days  | 1. | Republic Day  | 26 January 2012  | Thursday  | 2. | Eid-Milad-ub-Nab | 05 February 2012  | Sunday | 3. | Mahashivratri...

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  • Festivals

    Fairs and festivals are as old as mankind, arising from the innate desire to congregate and divert from the humdrum routine of life. They provide as index "to 'the cultural, social and domestic life of the people. Many among them are based on legends and aim at propitiating deities and persons believed...

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  • Festivals

    country with various castes, creed, and colour hence a large number of festivals are celebrated in India in honour of their gods and goddesses. Since many communities exist here; the ways and method of celebrating these festivals also differ from state to state. But, the basic form of the belief behind...

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  • go on holidays

    avail themselves of Optional Holidays not exceeding FIVE during the year 2014 on the festival/occasions specified in Annexure-II(A) to this order, at their option and irrespective of the religion to which the festival pertains. Permission to avail any of these holidays shall be applied for, in writing...

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  • A Culinary Paradise-Lucknow

    rice dish boiled in milk), * muzaffar (vermicelli fried in ghee and garnished with saffron). The menu changes with the seasons and with the festival which mark the month. The severity of winters is fought with rich food. Paye (trotters) are cooked overnight over a slow fire and the shorba (thick...

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  • Homework Should Not Be Abolished

    Festivals in the Month of January JANUARY Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri 2013 Sat 1 6 7 8 2 9 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 New Year's Day Dr. Sampoornanand Jayanti Rashtriya Balika Diwas Island Tourism Festival Saphala Ekadashi National...

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