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Festivals

About all the festivals celebrated in South Canara region.

Third Day of Navarathri Celebrations

  Goddess Chandraghanta Origin – Goddess Chandraghanta is the married form the Goddess Parvati. After getting married to Lord Shiva Goddess Mahagauri started adorning her forehead with half Chandra and due to which Goddess Parvati was known as Goddess Chandraghanta. ...

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Second Day Of Navarathri Celebrations

Goddess Brahmacharini Puje Origin – After Kushmanda form, Goddess Parvati took birth at the home of Daksha Prajapati. In this form the Goddess Parvati was a great Sati and her unmarried form is worshipped as Goddess Brahmacharini.   Navratri Worship ...

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First Day of Navarathri Celebrations

Goddess Shailputri Origin – After the self-immolation as Goddess Sati, Goddess Parvati took birth as the daughter of Lord Himalaya. In Sanskrit Shail means the mountain and due to which Goddess was known as Shailputri, the daughter of the mountain. ...

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Tulasi Pooje – Tulasi Katte

Tulsi is a consecrated plant that holds lot of importance for the traditional Hindus. In most of the Hindu homes, people worship Tulsi plant on a daily basis. Many people keep a plant of Tulsi in front of their house, ...

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Ayudha Pooja

Navaratri is one of the most colorful, dutiful and longest festival observed by Hindus in India. A nine day festival Navaratri (Nava means nine, Ratri means night) is also called as Ayudha PoojaDasara/Dushhera which usually falls some time between last ...

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Mahashivaratri

Mahashivaratri, which is celebrated in February, is about worshiping Lord Shiva, whose appeal is strong and persistent in equal measure among all sections of the society. Most Hindu festivals are celebrated during daytime but Shivaratri is all about keeping a ...

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Ganesh Chaturthi

  Ganesha Chaturthi or Ganesha Festival is a day on which Lord Ganesha, the son of Shiva and Parvati, resurrected to life on earth with the head of elephant. It is celebrated as it is the birthday of Lord Ganesha.. ...

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Krishna Janmashtami,

Janmashtami  the birthday of Lord Krishna is celebrated with great devotion and enthusiasm in India in the month of July or August. According to the Hindu calendar this religious festival is celebrated on the Ashtami of Krishna Paksh or the ...

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Nagara Panchami

Thenkayi chandragiri suded d badakayi barkooru mutta,paddeyi kadald d  moodayi gattada mudel mutta namma ludari ramana thululunad padrdundu.anda thulu bhashe pateruna thuluver idee jagathdithned datra thulu vishwa thulu bhandhulena bhashe athnd.jagathda matha jagedla nagadeveren nambver.anda bharatodu thulunad dittnaath nagadevere devastanolu,katte,banoklu ...

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