Festivals of Bihar Festivals
Festivals are almost synonymous with revellers; however, the traditional festivals which are observed since ages have deeper meanings of bonding with nature which are indeed thought provoking. The promotion of the festivals is given much initiative by the Bihar Government as an important tool to develop the socio-economic scenario by creating financial opportunities and rendering harmony in this multi communal society.
Ram Navami Holiday in 2020 Rama Navami is predominantly a Hindu festival that celebrates the birth anniversary of Lord Rama. The day is observed on the ninth day of the Shukla Paksha in the month of Chaitra (Hindu calendar). As per the Gregorian calendar, the day usually falls between the months of March and April. Rama Navami in 2020 falls on the 2nd of April (Tentative date).
INDIAN STATES AND IMPORTANT FESTIVALS INDIAN STATES AND IMPORTANT FESTIVALS
Zatra at Cansaulim
Feast of St. Francis Xavier
Feast of Immaculate Conception,
Goa Liberation Day.
Losar, Himachal Day
PM greets people on Mahesh Navami The Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi has greeted the people on the occasion of Mahesh Navami.
"आप सभी को महेश नवमी की मंगलकामनाएं। यह पर्व हमें जन कल्याण के लिए प्रतिबद्ध होने की प्रेरणा देता है। देवों के देव महादेव और मां पार्वती से मेरी प्..
Tourist Places in Rajgarh, Madhya Pradesh Tourist Places in Rajgarh, Madhya Pradesh
Anjanilal Mandir Biaora
About 45 years ago, Lord Anjani Lalji was seated on a platform in a secluded area amidst dense thickets away from the city. But with the cooperation of all, this uninhabited, desolate place has now become a delightful site. It is run by the Sri Anjaneelal Temple Committee. Anjanilal Temple Dham is situated on the banks of the river Ajnar at dushera ground. A grand and huge red stone carved entrance ..
Tourist Places in Solapur, Maharashtra Tourist Places in Solapur, Maharashtra
BHAGWANT MANDIR AT BARSHI
Barshi is famous for the BHAGWANT MANDIR. Bhagwant temple is dedicated to Shri Vishnu. The uniqueness of this temple is that, this is the only one temple of Shri Vishnu all over India having Shri Vishnu..
Ramchaura, Hajipur, Vaishali Bihar Ramchaura, Hajipur, Vaishali
Ramchura is situated in Hajipur town in Vaishali district of Bihar. In ancient times Hajipur was known as Ukkacala . The Buddha is known to have taught only one discourse in at this place, the Cula Goplalaka Sutta, which you can find in The Middle Length Discourses. However Hajipur is also of interest because a portion of Ananda's ashes were enshrined in the town.
Toutist Places in Kalahandi, Odisha Toutist Places in Kalahandi, Odisha
Dokarichanchara water Fall
Kalahandi is one of the famous historical and ancient places of India or Odisha; where Dokarichanchara is a picnic or tourist place located in the village Kokasara, on the border of Kalahandi and Nabarangpur district...
Tourist Places in Nayagarh, Odisha Tourist Places in Nayagarh, Odisha
When it comes to natural beauty juxtaposed with historical heritage, Ranapur situated at a distance of 28 kms from Nayagarh, holds special relevance. The place offers numerous pleasant gateways to tourists. The splendid Temple of goddess Maninag atop the Mainak hill is famous as a living Shakti-peeth. Besides, Ranapur also has many other popular shrines like Asurakumari Temple near a scenic waterfall and the Jagannath Tem..
When is Durga Puja in 2020 Celebrated? Predominantly celebrated in the states of West Bengal, Assam, Tripura, Odisha, and Bihar, Durga Puja happens to be one of the biggest festivals for Bengalis. The festival celebrates Goddess Durga’s triumph over the demon, Mahishasura. Though it’s a 10-day festival, the last five days are considered to be the most significant ones. Other than Goddess Durga, deities of Saraswathi, Lakshmi, Ganesha, and Karthik are also worshipped.