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Vasant Panchami / Saraswati Puja

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Saraswati Puja
 

 Saraswati is the goddess of learning, art and crafts. According to her different specialities she is known by different names like Bakdevi, Biraj, Sarada, Brahmi, Satarupa, Mahasweta, Sarbasukla, Prithudar, Bagiswari and, of course, Saraswati. This festival is held on the month Magh (January – February). It is a festival celebrated by the youth, particularly students […]

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Deepawali

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Deepawali Festival
 

 The festival of lights is celebrated in the month of Kartik (October – November) on Krishna Chaturdasi. The moon rotates around the earth in 28 days. We have fourteen days of light and fourteen days of darkness, Krishna Chaturdasi is the darkest night of the dark period. It is associated with the cult of Kali. […]

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Makar Sankranti / Til Sankranti / Tilba Parab

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Makar Sankranti Festival
 

 A festival of sweet preparation of chewra, dahi, tilkut,laduwa and tilba celebrated in Ang – Pradesh as Til – Sankranti. Makar Sankranti is also observed as a festival among certain classes. On this occasion, the participants and believers eat rice flakes, curd and sweets made of til. Also known as Tila Sankranti, the festival marks […]

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Nagapanchami

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Nagapanchami Festival
 

 Popularly known as the festival in honour of snakes, it is celebrated during the bright fortnight of the month of Shravana. In the celebration, in the South images of Snakes are crafted in cowdung on either side of the entrance to the house as a mark of welcome to snake God and offering of milks […]

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Durga Puja / Dasahra

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Durga Puja
 

 YA DEVI SARVA BHUTESHU SAKTI RUPENA SANSHISTHA NAMASTHESAYEE NAMASTRESAYEE  NAMASTRESAYEE NAMO NAMAH. Smiling blue skies trimmed with fleecy white clouds, gentle breeze, warm sunshine and the ‘kash’ flowers usher in the month of Aswin (September – October). It is the time for Durga Puja, bringing with it new hope to thepeople og Ang-Pradesh. Preparations and […]

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Ramnavami

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Ramanavi Festival
 

 The nine day celebration during bright fortnight of Chaitra month marks the birth ceremony of Lord Rama. The worship starts with morning ablations, chanting of Vedic mantras dedicated to Vishnu and offering of flowers and fruits to God. Excerpts from Ramacharitamanas extolling the glory of Rama are recited.Ramnavmi brata is considered as one of the […]

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Ganesh Chaturthi / Vinayak Chaturthi

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Ganesh Puja
 

 Vinayak Chaturthi is set apart for the sole worship of Ganesh, the common deity of all Hindus. As he is supposed to be very fond of rice puddings, these dishes are cooked on a very large scale in every Hindu house and offered to the God, to be consumed by the members of the family, […]

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Teej

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Teej
 

 Teeja is celebrated during the monsoon months of shravana to commemorate the event of Parvati leaving the home of her parents as a bride and lord Shiva’s visit to fetch her. The festival is extremely popular among the women in North India . Married women visit their parent’s home to celebrate this festival. It is […]

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Shivaratri

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Shivaratri Festival
 

 Shivaratri is the day on which Maheswara takes up the Linga form for the benefit of spiritual seekers. What they have to seek from Maheswar is Jnana! ‘Janam Maheswaraardichched’. It is Jnana that makes manifest the divinity latent in man. It is the final achievement of all tapas, all Yajna and Yoga ” It is […]

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Holi

| Angdesh Arts & Culture, Festivals | February 20, 2015

Holi Festival
 

 Holi is the most popular of the three Indian festivals – Holi, Diwali and Dussehra. It is also the most secular festival although it has a touch of religiosity. This festival is celebrated on the Full Moon Day in the month of Phalgun (February – March). ‘Phalguni Purnima’ has its source in the phagua or […]

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    Munger (Monghyr)

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    Monghyr – The Details Munger or Monghyr [both: mung´gir] is situated on the bank of Ganges River. It is a district administrative center and a grain market....

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    Bhagalpur, a town of historical importance in the state of Bihar in the eastern part of India is situated on the southern bank of the Ganga river. Situated 220 ...

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    Deoghar

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    Deoghar Town Deoghar (Devagriha), or the abode of the Gods, is the headquarters of the Sub- division of the same name in the district of Santhal Parganas...

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    Mandar Hills

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    Mandar Parvat (Mandar hill) is a small mountain situated in Banka district under Bhagalpur division of state of Bihar. It is about 700 ft high and approximately...

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