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Today 04/05/2023 - Narasimha Jayanti

"Sanskriti Sankalpa: Matru Shakti's Grace in Varalakshmi Vrat and Haldi Kumkum"

Celebrating Raksha Bandhan with Love and Laughter


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Known as the festival of lights, Diwali is one of the most widely celebrated Hindu festivals. The five-day festival is celebrated across India and the world by lighting diyas (lamps) and candles, decorating homes with rangolis (colored powder designs), and setting off fireworks. The festival signifies the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, and knowledge over ignorance.

Diwali Diwali
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Holi is a festival of colors and joy, celebrated in the spring season. It is a time to let go of grudges, forgive others, and renew relationships. The festival is marked by people throwing colored powder and water at each other, dancing, and feasting.

Holi Holi
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Navratri is a nine-day festival dedicated to the worship of the goddess Durga. The festival is celebrated twice a year, once in the spring and once in the fall. During this time, people fast, offer prayers, and perform traditional dances like garba and dandiya. It is a time to celebrate the triumph of good over evil and seek the blessings of the goddess.

Navratri Navratri
jnana shiksha kendra - dussehra festival

Dussehra, also known as Vijayadashami, celebrates the victory of Lord Rama over the demon king Ravana. The festival is celebrated with great fervor and enthusiasm across India. It is a time for the community to come together and celebrate the triumph of good over evil.

Dussehra Dussehra
jnana shiksha kendra - Raksha Bandhan festival

Raksha Bandhan is a festival that celebrates the bond between brothers and sisters. Sisters tie a sacred thread called Rakhi around their brother’s wrist, signifying their love and protection. The brother, in turn, promises to protect his sister and shower her with gifts.

Raksha Bandhan Raksha Bandhan
jnana shiksha kendra - Janmashtami festival

Janmashtami is celebrated as the birthday of Lord Krishna, one of the most popular gods in the Hindu pantheon. It is a time for devotion, prayer, and celebration. People decorate their homes with flowers and lights, perform traditional dances, and offer sweets and fruits to Lord Krishna

Janmashtami Janmashtami
jnana shiksha kendra - Ganesh Chaturthi festival

Ganesh Chaturthi celebrates the birthday of Lord Ganesha, the god of wisdom, knowledge, and prosperity. The festival is marked by the installation of large idols of Lord Ganesha in homes and public places. It is a time for devotion, prayer, and community celebrations.

Ganesh Chaturthi Ganesh Chaturthi
jnana shiksha kendra - onam festival

Onam is a harvest festival celebrated in the southern state of Kerala. It is a time of feasting, flower arrangements, and traditional dance. The festival is marked by the preparation of a special feast called Onam Sadhya, which consists of several vegetarian dishes served on a banana leaf.

Onam Onam
jnana shiksha kendra - pongal festival

Pongal is a harvest festival celebrated in the southern state of Tamil Nadu. It is a time of thanking the sun god for a bountiful harvest and offering prayers to the gods. The festival is marked by the preparation of a sweet dish called Pongal, made from rice, jaggery, and milk.

Pongal Pongal
jnana shiksha kendra - Mahashivratri festival

Mahashivratri is a festival dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the most revered gods in the Hindu pantheon. The festival celebrates his marriage to the goddess Parvati and is a time for prayer, fasting, and devotion. People offer special prayers to Lord Shiva, perform traditional dances, and abstain from food and water for a day and night.

Mahashivratri Mahashivratri
"Life is a journey, and Hindu culture and festivals are like signposts along the way, reminding us of the divine purpose of our existence."
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