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Bail Pola

India is probably the only country in the world, where the festivals are celebrated to pay respect to the animals. Bail Pola is one such festival, when farmers pay respect to Bullocks. It is called Pola because the demon Polasur was killed by Lord Krishna when he attacked Krishna as a child. Bail Pola is a very […]

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Shri Krishna Jayanti / Krishnasthami/ Dahi Handi

The Birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated as SHRI KRISHNA JAYANTI / KRISHNAASTAMI Sri Krishna Jayanti is the birthday of Lord Krishna. It generally fall s in August – September. The festival is celebrated on the eighth day ( Ashtami ) of the Krishna Paksha  (Dark fortnight) of the month of Bhadrapad ( August–September) in the Hindu calendar. Maha Vishnu took […]

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Raksha Bandhan

Raksha Bandhan is the combination of two words, Raksha and Bandhan. Raksha means protection and Bandhan means bond. On the day of Raksha Bandhan, sisters tie silk thread known as Rakhi, on their brothers’ wrists and the brothers assure them to protect from all kinds of trouble. The brother’s oath of protection is acknowledged by the […]

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The Full moon day of the month of Shravan (July – August) Raksha Bandhan Festival, Offering of coconuts to the Sea God, Sweet Coconut Rice. The full moon day of the month of Shravan is celebrated with characteristic fervour in different parts of Maharashtra and is known variously as Narali Pournima, Shravani Pournima, Rakhi Pournima […]

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