Easter is a Christian holiday that celebrates the belief in the resurrection of Jesus Christ. This is also called as resurrection Sunday. It starts with a 40 day period of fasting, prayer and sacrifice and ends with a Holy Week. It includes […]
Chithirai kani or Tamil varusha porappu is celebrated in the Indian state of Tamilnadu. It falls on the second week of April. This is the beginning of new year by the Tamilians. The tamilians in all over the world celebrate this vigorously. […]
Rama navami is considered as the birthday of Lord Rama. It falls on the ninth day from Ugathi. Usually in Hindu culture ashtami( the eighth day from full moon day or no moon day) and Navami(ninth day from full moon day or […]
Panguni Uthiram is one of the most important festivals for Hindus. We call this as “Meena Uthira Palguni”. The important aspect of this day is that the Pournami and Uthiram star falls on the same day of Panguni month. Panguni is the […]
Holi is the festival of love or colors that signifies the victory of superior over immoral. Holi festival is commemorate on February end or starting March. There was once a demon named Hiranyakashyap who was so egoistic that he commanded everybody in his kingdom […]
Kaaradaiyaan nonbu or Savithri viratham is a traditional Tamilnadu festival of fasting wherein married woman pray for the wellness and long life of their husband and the unmarried girls pray God to get a good husband. Along with the rice flour, we […]
Thai poosam is considered as the most important festival that is celebrated in Pazhani a pilgrim in India for Lord Muruga. It derived its name from the day it is celebrated. Thai is one of the tamil months and […]
Maatu Pongal is celebrated on the day following the Pongal. On this occasion people worship the livestock that helped them during the cultivation of crops. We wash the cattle and paint the horns. We tie the flower garlands and tingling bells around […]
Bhogi festival is the first day of Pongal. On this day, we worship the God of Clouds and Rains, Lord Indra. Lord Indra is honoured and worshiped for abundant harvest. Thereby, bringing plenty and prosperity to the land. Hence, this ‘Bogi’ or […]
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