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  • The Four Characteristics Of The Goddess Saraswati Puja

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    yellow flowers of the mustard crop. People dress in yellow saris or shirts or accessories. Some add saffron to their rice than eat yellow cooked rice Basant Panchami, one of the most popular festivals of Hindu, is dedicated to goddess Saraswati, the deity of knowledge and all forms of arts. Every year this special occasion falls on the panchami Tithi according to Hindu mythology. The day of Magh is also the beginning day of spring. The Goddess stands for serenity and peace. Generally placed on a lotus

  • A New Day Of A New Year's Day

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    New Year’s Day/ New Year’s Eve Happy New Year Everyone! As we go into 2018, we look to new horizons and opportunities. The best time to start a new beginning is now. Here in the U.S. we pop the champagne and watch the ball drop; whereas, in England, the first guest after the New Year brings good fortune. “The English custom for welcoming New Year is full of hospitality and warmth. They believe that the first guest for the year would bring fortune for them. He should be a male, should enter through

  • Importance Of Language In Bangladesh

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    Language: The official language of Bangladesh is Bengali, which is also the most common language spoken in the country by approximately 98% of the people. Besides Bengali, there are 38 other languages that are spoken in Bangladesh………………………Bangladesh’s population is 89.1% Muslim, 10% Hindu, 0.5% Buddhist, and 0.4% Christian, Sikhs, animists and atheists. The precise percentage of Christians, Sikhs, animists, and atheists is not clear. The population of Bangladesh is almost ethnically homogenous, but

  • Interesting Facts About Holi

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    FACTS ABOUT HOLI- DID YOU KNOW? Holi the festival of colors is enjoyed and celebrated throughout Indian and has even spread out to the far west. The lively exchange of Abeer, the bhang pellets dissolved in the lassi, the revelry in the air is what Holi means to every Indian. However, it is not just limited to colors. Here are some interesting facts about Holi. Fact 1: About Holi: The festival of Holi is celebrated on the full-moon day of Phalguna (February–March). The festival is celebrated by

  • Amritsar is the spiritual capital of the Sikhs

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    Amritsar is the spiritual capital of the Sikhs, home to Sikhism's holiest shrine, gaining its name that means 'Holy Pool of Nectar', from the surrounding body of water around the Golden Temple. Moving away from the famous Golden Temple, you can witness the mos humbling sights, hyperactive streets, traffic noise, air-pollution and congestion. The city is divided in two by couple of railway lines. The old city contains the Temple and various other fascinating historic sites bound by 12 gates. Touring

  • Kannada Language

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    person reference Third person or through / from Chaturti Ge To Avanannu, raavaNanannu Avaninda Raamanu baaNadinda raavaNanannu baaNadinda kondanu Avanige, Naanu nenne Bengaloorige bengaloorige hoagidee. Nanna, Avana Maneyalli ,avanalli panchami shashTi Sapthami sambhodane A Alli Mine / it’s Within, There Nanna hesaru guru Maneyalli yaaroo ilva? By adding ‘a’ to the end, one can frame a question. Ex :- hauda? , Alva?, ilva?, neevu software