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National Tribal Art and Food Festival, which is celebrated in the month of May, and Janmashtami are some of the important festivals in Silvassa; the c...
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On the previous evening of Divaso married women light a lamp and keep it for next 36 hours - till the Shravan month begins. In some regions, seeds are...
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The celebration of Labh Panchami is associated with Diwali. The word 'Labh' and 'Saubhagya' signifies 'benefit' and 'good luck. Hence, this day is con...
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Diwali, the festival of lights, is a celebration of all those aspects that bring prosperity in life. As per Hindu religion, it is believed that wealth...
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Goddess Kali is the first incarnation of Goddess Durga. Adya Kali Jayanti is celebrated in various parts of India in different forms. She is known as ...
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Randhan Chhath is observed during two different times in Gujarat. In some parts of Gujarat especially that is near to Maharashtra, Shravan Shukla Paks...
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There is a specific story behind the celebration of Bahula Chaturthi and keeping a Bahula Chaturthi Vrat. Bahula Chaturthi Vrat Katha holds much signi...
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One such unique festival is Bahula Chauth or Bol Chauth. The festival is celebrated as a mark of respect to the cattle, considering the important role...
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Yashoda Jayanti is the birthday festivity of Mata Yashoda, the non-permanent mother of Bhagwan Sri Krishna, and the spouse of Nanda. She is referred t...
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Gauri Tapo Vrat holds immense significance for Hinduism followers and this vrat is mainly observed by the young female folk with immense devotion and ...
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