05 Sep
05/09/2019 Indian Festivals
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A good teacher has greater influence in shaping the life of an individual even more than his/her parents. In our country’s culture, a teacher has been given a place above the almighty god. A good teacher’s proper guidance and support is very important in achieving one’s goal in life. Every successful individual always remembers the
05 Sep
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Introduction: Ananta Chaturdashi or Chaturthi is celebrated on the fourteenth day of the Shukla Paksha in the Bhadrapath month of Hindu calendar. Anant Chaturdashi is also known as the Visarjan day of Lord Ganesh. During Ganesh Navratri mahotsav, Lord Ganpati is worshipped for 10 days and on the day of Ananta Chaturthi Visarjan is performed.
06 Sep
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Introduction: Rishi Panchami is observed as the day of commemoration of sacred Rishi,Sagas who devoted their life for the cause of society.The day is celebrated by strict fasts, special poojas in order to express respect and gratitude towards the ancient Rishis.People also observed the day is most significant for washing out the ill deeds and
08 Sep
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Introduction: The International Literacy Day is held on September 8th, every year globally with a aim to circulate the importance of Education all over the world. The day was proclaimed by UNESCO on 17th  November 1965 to highlight the importance of literacy in every category of the society whether individual or community. The day is
09 Sep
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Introduction: Rajgir Dance Festival is the regional celebrations of three days that held every year in Rajgir district in state Bihar.The festival hosts different performances by eminent artists from music and dance who comes from each corners of India.It is representing the rich Indian culture with ethnicity in glorious showcases. Time to Celebrate: Rajgir Dance
11 Sep
11/09/2019 Indian Festivals
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Tala Navami is an auspicious day observed in the Bhadra month (August – September) in eastern parts of India, especially in Bengal and Orissa. Tal Navami 2016 date is September 11. It is observed on the ninth day during the Shukla Paksha or waxing phase of moon in Bhadra month. The day is highly auspicious
13 Sep
13/09/2019 Navakhana Festival
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Introduction: Navakhana is a harvest festival of state Chhattissgarh, who is a prime agricultural state and known for its various fairs and festivals. The festival signifies the end of rainy season and flourishes with new harvest season. The festival is celebrated by all castes and communities of the state. Time to Celebrate: Navakhana Festival falls
14 Sep
14/09/2019 Indian Festivals
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Introduction: Onam is the biggest festival of state Kerala which is similary celebrated like Diwali of North India. The festival is much awaited occasion for the people of Kerala, which signifies the rich culture and tradition of the state.The festival commemorate the great legendary king Mahabali and harvest season which continues for the ten days
15 Sep
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Introduction: Bera Utsav is basically a local festival of West Bengal that host by the venue Lalbagh at Murshidabad district. The Utsav is organized to boost up the tourism possibilities in the region and to attract maximum number of visitors of inside and outside the country. The Utsav holds many activities among them the fireworks
15 Sep
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Introduction: Engineer day is celebrated in all over to India to tribute the services given by prominent engineers of the country. It is the birth day of eminent Indian engineer  Sir Mokshagundam Visvesvarayya, who is a chief engineer in Mysore. To commemorate the work and dedication of engineers many events takes place all around the