Introduction: Durga Puja literally means ‘Worship of Goddess Durga’. This festival is also known as ‘Durgotsava’ or ‘Sharadotsav’. The Durga Puja is the grandest festival and the greatest event in the religious life of the Hindus living in West Bengal. People worship the Goddess Durga with great … [Read more...] about Durga Puja Festival: Mythology, Celebration, Significance and Teachings
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Introduction: Dol or Dol Purnima or Dol Yatra is a major religious festival in India especially in Bengal and Odisha. This festival is known as Holi in various parts of India. People belonging to Hindu faith celebrate Dol Purnima in honour of Lord Krishna. Birth Anniversary of Sri Chaitanya … [Read more...] about Information on DOL Purnima (Dol Yatra) Festival
Buddhist people celebrate the Buddha Jayanti (also Buddha's Birthday, Buddha Purnima, Vesak) festival by visiting temples of Buddha. They pray to God and perform other religious activities. Buddha Jayanti festival is declared as a day of holiday. Many offices and public places remain closed on … [Read more...] about How do people celebrate Buddha Jayanti?
Guru Purnima is a traditional Indian festival of the Hindus and the Buddhists. It is celebrated to acknowledge the contribution of teachers. This day is dedicated by the disciples to their teachers. This day is very important for the students and the teachers (both spiritual and academic). Hindus … [Read more...] about Short Paragraph on Importance of Guru Purnima
Introduction: The Hindu Festival, Ram Navami, is celebrated to mark the birth anniversary of Lord Rama (also Sri Ram Chandra). People worship and sing songs to please these deities. Importance: It is an important day for worshipping Lord Rama, Goddess Sita, Lakshmana and Hunuman. It is … [Read more...] about Short Paragraph on Ram Navami (Hindu Festival)